The final event is fast approaching. In about 48 hours, it should all be over. I’d like to say “for good” but it depends how much common sense gets dropped at the top of Snowdon in Pascal’s quest for the third segment of his medal. Continue reading “Man vs Mountain 2019”
If you haven’t read my earlier articles on Object Oriented Programming in C (Objects and Polymorphism) I suggest that you go back and read these first. It isn’t necessary to understand these concepts in order to understand Encapsulation – but it might help give you some background into what I am attempting to achieve here.
To recap, Encapsulation is a means of preventing access to internal object data, ensuring that the data can only be accessed and modified via methods. That’s not to say the internal object data can never be manipulated directly – but one has the option to decide how best the data should be accessed. In explicitly OOP languages this is often achieved through the use of the ‘private’, ‘public’ and ‘protected’ keywords. Continue reading “Object Oriented C – Encapsulation”
I code. I love coding (mostly). Honestly, sometimes coding annoys the living daylights out of me. I want to tear my hair out. I need a break. And what could be a better break than a cup of tea? Of course, you need something to eat with a cup of tea – and what could be a better tea snack than cake?
Continue reading “But what about the cake?”
Effective immediately, MailRaider for iOS has temporarily been withdrawn from sale. This is in order to fix problems with it that are causing widespread crashes in the wild. Oddly, these problems have not been experienced at all in testing. I will get to the bottom of this…
If you purchase any 45RPMSoftware application on 3rd July 2014 100% of the profits for that day will go to charity. Continue reading “Thursday 3rd July is Charity Day”