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visualstudio_presentation2 - /* Scientific Computing in C...

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/* Scientific Computing in C Programming Language Using Visual Studio Environment */ Educational Material
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- This presentation is prepared considering the basic concepts learnt in CMPE 150. - This presentation doesn’t offer the most efficient computational way to do scientific computing in C. You’re mostly encouraged to develop your own codes and your own style of coding using concepts like dynamic array allocation, pointers and etc… - It will be more like a reminder of the things we’ve learnt. - There may be some small differences between different compilers regarding syntax order. In this material Visual Studio is used as the C compiler. - Please pay a special attention to the last slide, which explains how to transfer results to a text file. This topic wasn’t in the scope of the CMPE 150, but it’s important for us. Here we go… *taken from wikipedia.org *
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This code calculates x^2-4 using a function. The program follows the steps given in the “main”
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