Join Bill Weinman for an in-depth discussion in this video Overview of the solution, part of Code Clinic: C++.
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- I call my solution for this problem CSV Web.…It has three distinct parts to it.…First, I'll parse the CSV file…to extract the tabular data.…Then I generate HTML to display the data as a table.…And finally, I present a full, syntactically correct…HTML file containing the table in context.…The CSV file from the Dreamweaver course…has a few interesting features.…CSV stands for comma-separated values.…
It's not very complex.…Each of the items in the table…are separated by commas.…Rows of data are placed on separate lines…and in this case, the first row is a header row.…In order to distinguish separate lines,…a special line ending character is used.…This is true of all text files.…The end of a line must be represented…by a special character.…In most modern operating systems,…a line ending is represented by a Line Feed character.…Sometimes this is simply called a new line.…
A single Line Feed character is used by Unix systems,…including Linux, BSD and Mac OS X.…In some older operating systems,…a Carriage Return character was used.…
Bill introduces challenges and provides an overview of his solutions in C++. Challenges include topics such as statistical analysis, searching directories for images, and accessing peripheral devices.
Visit other courses in the series to see how to solve the exact same challenges in languages like C#, Java, PHP, Python, and Ruby.
Skill Level Intermediate
Problem One: Exploring Lake Pend Oreille
Solution overview2m 51s
Problem Two: Image Analysis
Problem Three: Eight Queens
Problem Four: Accessing Peripherals
Problem Five: Recursion and Directories
Problem Six: Building the Web
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