The C++ Language

Posted by: Rea Maor In: Programming

C++ is the successor to C. They come from the same place – Dennis Ritchie made C at Bell Labs in 1972 and Bjarne Stroustrup made C++ at Bell Labs in 1983. Stroustrup was going for an extension to the C language, to support all the extra features that were missing or clumsy to implement […]


The C Language

Posted by: Rea Maor In: Programming

C is pretty much the basis of all programming language today. Every language that we use today is either a derivative of C (C++, Objective C, C-99, C#), inspired by C (Java, PHP), or the interpreter or scripting engine for the language is written in C. Should you learn C? Almost definitely, if you want […]


Assembly Language

Posted by: Rea Maor In: Programming

Assembly Language Aaaah! Scary stuff, and we’re going to start with this? Yes, we are! Mainly because assembly code is the most elemental, raw form of programming language. You see the guts of the system and what it does, then with later languages appreciate how we ascend the ladder of language levels to express what […]