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For a new version of JT65-HF in active development please see https://sourceforge.net/projects/jt65hfhb9hqxedi/?source=directory258 weekly downloads
The purpose of this project was to prepare gfortran for integration into gcc. Since this integration was completed in the summer of 2003, this project is now finished. You can find information about gfortran on http://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/GFortran/90 weekly downloads
The old Dungeon game, remixed to work on modern computers. This is an exciting, yet challenging game where your immediate goal is to survive and not get defeated. You can interact with objects, surroundings and monsters to reach the end and win the game.1 weekly downloads
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Formula Compiler Source for writing your own compiler. Arithmetic expressions & functions; IF-THEN; AND OR ..; EQ GT ..; user functions like threshold, flipflop; others are easy to be implemented1 weekly downloads
pyPulsar is a program for simulation and fitting of solid-state NMR spectra. It provides scripting facilities using Python. (This project was not developed for a long time: It will be soon moved in a new project currently developed)1 weekly downloads
A program for simulation (and fitting) of Solid State NMR spectra.
This project collects the classical "Towers of Hanoi" problem in many programming languages, including lesser known and/or esoteric ones.
Calculate electronic properties of graphene-like nanoribbons