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Introduction: A set of macros to provide C/Pascal -like structures in assembly program: if-else-endif, while-endWhile, repeat-until, switch-EndSwitch, for-EndFor, downFor-EndDownFor, try-catch-finally-EndTry. Objective: Encourage writing of assembly
A full development kit, based on XSCompiler. Multi-platform compiler and IDE, many libraries and examples. Uses an innovative programming language, an improved version of the standard and well-known C/C++.
Registration Description: This project is to show people that you can make a compiler using BASIC. Sence this project is for educational perposes only there will be no standerd command set. Compiler my need to be changed depending on CPU...
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A static HTML preprocessor.
This project was started in an effort to ease development of Swing applications by creating a XML to Swing rendering utility. Although this project is definitely in the first released state, it shows great promise and focuses solely on the Swing API as a
This is a reprository of software I have written. It is written in C, C++ and hopefully in some obscure Basic :-) I gladly share my stuff with you under the MIT license, so you can do what you want with it (almost)... :-)