Tutorials

This tutorial emphasises the abilities and usage of Xeus-cpp. Let’s get started! The tutorial demonstrates examples of C++ on Jupyter kernels.

  1. Install the xeus-cpp from source using conda-forge for fetching dependencies.

  2. Launch the Jupyter Notebook with C++-11, C++-14, C++-17 kernels available.

  3. In a code cell, write the C++ code.

  4. Run the code cell. The xeus-cpp kernel will compile and execute the code. The output would be displayed below the respective cell.

C++

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In this example, you can modify the code and execute the cell again to see the updated results. For example, you might change the values of n (function arguments) of the function nthFibonacci to see expected output. You can try out different examples to explore the features of C++.

The output of the cell will be displayed below once the code is executed and xeus-cpp provides an interactive environment, where you can promptly make the changes and prototype in C++.