The C/C++ User's Group was founded several years ago. It has a number of goals:
  1. To be a forum for discussion about programming in general.
  2. To discuss beginning and intermediate level C, C++, and C-Win programming.
  3. To demonstrate real programming in a non-intimidating way.
  4. To discuss hardware, software, code, algorithms, operating systems.
  5. To present the complete code for working programs in 3-5 sheets of paper.
Each meeting is divided into three (3) sections:
  • 7:30 - 8:15 Random Access question, answers, and discussion.
  • 8:15 - 9:00 Standard Library Functions and other topics of a narrow and simple scope. Windows (tm) API functions are also discussed.
  • 9:00 - 10:00+ The Main Presentation. This is normally a small program, 300 - 1000 lines, which actually performs some useful function. The program is discussed and demonstrated in terms of its philosophy, algorithm, flow, code, challenges, options, improvements, etc. This "case study" also provides a forum for additional questions and audience participation. The source code for the program is handed out and is also available here.
  • Chairman: Bruce Arnold, (908)735-7898 V.Chairman: Ron Winter

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