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K. Kumar C++ Language trainer in Visakhapatnam

K. Kumar

Dwaraka Nagar, Visakhapatnam, India - 530016.

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I have three years of experience in research and development and one year experience in teaching. I am currently taking a break to prepare for higher studies and in the mean while, I am looking for tutoring jobs in computer science and related subjects. I have a passion for teaching and a knack for explaining complex ideas intuitively, with neat diagrams and analogies.

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English Proficient

Telugu Proficient

Education

Amrita University 2012

Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.)

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Dwaraka Nagar, Visakhapatnam, India - 530016

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Teaches

C++ Language Classes

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Online Classes (Video Call via UrbanPro LIVE)

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Years of Experience in C++ Language Classes

4

Proficiency level taught

Basic C++, Advanced C++

C Language Classes

Class Location

Online Classes (Video Call via UrbanPro LIVE)

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Years of Experience in C Language Classes

4

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1. For what proficiency level do you teach ?

Basic C++ and Advanced C++

2. Which classes do you teach?

I teach C Language and C++ Language Classes.

3. Do you provide a demo class?

Yes, I provide a free demo class.

4. How many years of experience do you have?

I have been teaching for 4 years.

Lessons (1)

Programming in C/C++ (demo)

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Answered on 30/09/2023 Learn IT Courses/Programming Languages/Python

The answer to this question depends on -- What is the intended application/use? Applications/use cases where C++ is prefered include: system level applications; speed and efficiency are of utmost importance; ease of providing bindings to other languages; low level manipulation; low spec microprocessor/... ...more

The answer to this question depends on -- What is the intended application/use?

Applications/use cases where C++ is prefered include: system level applications; speed and efficiency are of utmost importance; ease of providing bindings to other languages; low level manipulation; low spec microprocessor/ microcontroller.

Applications/use cases where Python is prefered include: interactive data manipulation/visualization; ease of use/  availability of good libraries; high spec computer where speed is not much of an issue.

Beyond all of these however, there is also a matter of personal taste. You do you :-)

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Answered on 29/09/2023 Learn IT Courses/Programming Languages/C Language

You might be familiar with the following simple way to define the main function: int main() {/* blah blah */}but, the more general way to define main is as followsint main(int argc, char* argv) {/* blah blah */}Suppose you compile this file into say a.out, and then if you execute the program from the... ...more

You might be familiar with the following simple way to define the main function:

int main() {
/* blah blah */
}
but, the more general way to define main is as follows

int main(int argc, char* argv[]) {
/* blah blah */
}

Suppose you compile this file into say a.out, and then if you execute the program from the terminal (command prompt) as follows
> ./a.out Hello World

the words Hello, and World are called as command-line arguments, and a.out is the executable (or program).

When executed as mentiond above, the values of argc and argv that the main function recieves would be as follows:

argc gets a value of 3 (the length of the argv array)

argv[0] points to a string with contents "./a.out"

argv[1] points to a string with contents "Hello"

and argv[2] points to a string with contents "World"

Within the main function, you can program different behaviours depending on these variables.

Learn by doing:

Compile the following and execute it with different command-line arguments to see it in action:

#include <stdio.h>
int main(int argc, char* argv[]) {
    int i = 0;
    for(i = 0; i < argc; i++)
        printf("%s\n", argv[i]);
    return 0;
}
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Teaches

C++ Language Classes

Class Location

Online Classes (Video Call via UrbanPro LIVE)

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Years of Experience in C++ Language Classes

4

Proficiency level taught

Basic C++, Advanced C++

C Language Classes

Class Location

Online Classes (Video Call via UrbanPro LIVE)

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Years of Experience in C Language Classes

4

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Answers by K. Kumar (2)

Answered on 30/09/2023 Learn IT Courses/Programming Languages/Python

The answer to this question depends on -- What is the intended application/use? Applications/use cases where C++ is prefered include: system level applications; speed and efficiency are of utmost importance; ease of providing bindings to other languages; low level manipulation; low spec microprocessor/... ...more

The answer to this question depends on -- What is the intended application/use?

Applications/use cases where C++ is prefered include: system level applications; speed and efficiency are of utmost importance; ease of providing bindings to other languages; low level manipulation; low spec microprocessor/ microcontroller.

Applications/use cases where Python is prefered include: interactive data manipulation/visualization; ease of use/  availability of good libraries; high spec computer where speed is not much of an issue.

Beyond all of these however, there is also a matter of personal taste. You do you :-)

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Answered on 29/09/2023 Learn IT Courses/Programming Languages/C Language

You might be familiar with the following simple way to define the main function: int main() {/* blah blah */}but, the more general way to define main is as followsint main(int argc, char* argv) {/* blah blah */}Suppose you compile this file into say a.out, and then if you execute the program from the... ...more

You might be familiar with the following simple way to define the main function:

int main() {
/* blah blah */
}
but, the more general way to define main is as follows

int main(int argc, char* argv[]) {
/* blah blah */
}

Suppose you compile this file into say a.out, and then if you execute the program from the terminal (command prompt) as follows
> ./a.out Hello World

the words Hello, and World are called as command-line arguments, and a.out is the executable (or program).

When executed as mentiond above, the values of argc and argv that the main function recieves would be as follows:

argc gets a value of 3 (the length of the argv array)

argv[0] points to a string with contents "./a.out"

argv[1] points to a string with contents "Hello"

and argv[2] points to a string with contents "World"

Within the main function, you can program different behaviours depending on these variables.

Learn by doing:

Compile the following and execute it with different command-line arguments to see it in action:

#include <stdio.h>
int main(int argc, char* argv[]) {
    int i = 0;
    for(i = 0; i < argc; i++)
        printf("%s\n", argv[i]);
    return 0;
}
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Lessons (1)

Programming in C/C++ (demo)

https://vz-3ad30922-ba4.b-cdn.net/603776dd-e30e-4727-9754-a49d70bd37ed/play_480p.mp4

29/09/2023
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K. Kumar conducts classes in C Language and C++ Language. K. Kumar is located in Dwaraka Nagar, Visakhapatnam. K. Kumar takes at students Home and Online Classes- via online medium. He has 4 years of teaching experience . K. Kumar has completed Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) from Amrita University in 2012. He is well versed in English and Telugu.

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