The Launch Vehicle Digital Computer a.k.a LVDC is one of the critical components of the Saturn V launch. LVDC is the computer that provided the autopilot for Saturn V from launch to Earth Orbit Insertion. LVDC is designed and manufactured by IBM’s Electronics System Center. It is considered as one of the technologically advanced memory […]Read More Memory weaved by hand – THe LVDC
Pointers!A confusing yet curious topic. What is a POINTER?Well, it’s a variable that stores the address of another variable. We often get confused by the dual operation performed by the pointer.‘&‘ Operator is an address operator that gives the address of a particular variable.‘*‘ Operator is an indirection operator, that refers to the value pointed […]Read More FUN WITH POINTERS
Stack, the most frequently used data structure. Stack, as the name suggests, keeps on stacking up the data one above the other. Consider an example of stacking up books in a box. The implementation of stack in your program is similar to that. Stack is often referred to as Last In First Out (LIFO). Why? […]Read More THE SIMPLICITY OF STACK
In the situations which we are in right now, the most important thing is to survive. Social distancing is the only way we can stop the spread of this virus. Human species came a tick closer; we are just 100 seconds closer to midnight (the doomsday clock). It is an individual responsibility to live and […]Read More FREE TIME? BORED?