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We have new posts every day on LearnCPlusPlus.org packed full of great articles for professionals and beginners alike. Lots of new modern C++ topics to speed up your C++ app (or apps!) and to make them look visually stunning with an updated, modern look in a few simple steps. In the articles we have selected today we explain how you can simply compile Delphi projects in C++ Builder, how to Make A Millisecond Timer. We have some posts about Programming Artificial Intelligence, the Softmax function, and the Hyperbolic Tangent activation function in Neural Networks. What Is The ANN Function? There is a CppCon video about to analyze includes in C++ with Cppinclude.
If you are new to RAD Studio, we think these posts may help you as much as a rapid introduction to programming in C++, all the way to the most robust, modern, and latest techniques for those more experienced with the language. For those who are perhaps wanting to expand their knowledge with the most up-to-date features, routines, and methodologies this is a great little boost (pun intended) to your C++ knowledge. The new RAD Studio 11, C++ Builder 11, Delphi 11 are released with great new features and we are developing and testing new examples for you with the latest RADS 11 that means.LearnCPlusPlus.org examples are working well with the latest C++ Builder.
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Here are today’s selections:
How can we use C++ Builder in the most modern and efficient ways?
These posts are designed to be easy to understand the modern and professional ways that we use in C++. Here are the topics,
- What You Need To Compile Delphi Projects in C++ Builder
- How To Make A Millisecond Timer In C And C++
- What Is The SoftMax Function in Neural Networks?
- What Is The Hyperbolic Tangent Activation ANN Function?
- This Is How To Analyze Includes in C++ With Cppinclude
What kind of C++ questions are we answering?
These are the questions that we answer in this collection:
- How to compile Delphi projects in C++ Builder projects?
- How I can use Delphi or Pascal files in C++ applications?
- How to compile pascal files with C++ Builder?
- What is the challenge of timing very small intervals?
- Why would I need to time my program’s functions?
- How can I use the time library to time my C++ code execution speed?
- How can I use the chrono Library <chrono> to time and measure my C++ app functions?
- What is the SoftMax function in Neural Networks?
- How can we use the SoftMax function in ANN?
- Where can we use SoftMax in AI technologies?
- Is the SoftMax function is an activation function in ANN?
- What does an activation function mean in AI?
- What is a Hyperbolic Tangent function?
- How can we use Hyperbolic Tangent Function in C++?
- Is there a simple ANN C++ Example of the Hyperbolic Tangent function?
- Can I analyze Include libraries in C++?
- How can I analyze Includes in C++ With Cppinclude?
- Where can I get the Cppinclude C++ tool?
- Where can I learn how to use Cppinclude?
Is C++ Builder able to answer all those C++ questions?
C++ Builder can answer and apply all the answers to those questions above with very simple step examples. Here are a collection of C++ posts that answer all those questions and more:
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