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2DALS is an standard calculator designed for MS-DOS, but will also work on modern day operating systems. Containing simple functions, like adding & subtracting. Also advanced functions, like finding the tangent of a number.
Interface to ANPR Database for checking UK Vehicles details against known vehicle database
Stop press - Alt4 has moved to http://www.swiftcomm.co.uk/alt4
Altex IS Nueral Network Project Page. Our NN is designed to run as a .dll for .NET and as several Stand-Alone Applications that will run as Artificially Intelligent Agents.
Upload games to legacy apple // computers via serial and no floppies!7 weekly downloads
AOS is an Operating system based on DOS that is for use by advanced end users and has no GUI. It has a variety of functions and comes with many utilities useful for administrators. It requires a keytag number to login, these can be configured in code.
This batch file will Backup your Outlook express Mail and Contacts to any directory you choose.1 weekly downloads
This is the software, created with Construct, for editing .bat files.
Brandy is an interpreter for BBC Basic8 weekly downloads
Civil Engineering Analysis and Design Software. Emphasis is on development of command-line tools with input/output file interfaces to maximize automation potential in a productive civil engineering environment.
Detritus is a package of programs for aiding power users or systems administrators in finding, and as needed trimming or deleting, the variety of useless files that Windows accumulates, such as tmps, caches, logs, . . . that the MS Disk Cleanup misses.2 weekly downloads
A compiler and cross-compiler for (Currently) Cobol (with Fortran being added later). It is intended to be the first self-hosted open-source Cobol Compiler, e.g. the compiler itself will be written using Cobol.1 weekly downloads
Recursive source code line counter for C, BASIC, and web files.1 weekly downloads
An open source compiler for the Crystal programming language.
Paródia do jogo Diablo da Blizzard.1 weekly downloads
Dinaao Is Not An Apple One Emulator. It does however already run most apple1 software. It runs on the command line so cut and paste works perfectly. A great 65C02/Basic learning/development environment.9 weekly downloads
Diurna is a command-line program intended as a complement to the common Date program found on GNULinux systems. Diurna converts the system date from the modern, to the ancient Roman form complete with latin and roman numerals.1 weekly downloads
A short and somewhat stupid program that checks your luck rating. Are you lucker or unlucker?
Ruby Program for parsing code in (*.w2b) to CipherLab Blaze Basic. w2b command are smaller, intermix with real code from CipherLab Blaze Basic one line can have multiple command and macros command will include another *.w2b file
Backup files to CD-R using Microsoft's backup program You choose the Directory and files.1 weekly downloads
EasyTetra Notus: Small, quick and easy to use note editor.1 weekly downloads
This is an interpreted programming language that is designed to teach young children the fundamentals of programming, hiding away from students the complex concepts of programming, such as parentheses, quotes, data types, arrays, while allowing them to understand the basic concepts of programming, and, move to a more advanced language. It also serves as an exapmle on how to create an interpreter with QBASIC. The interpreter is written in QBASIC, and is licensed under the GNU GPLv2. About the unixname: The "shortname" of the project was a typo, but it was too late when I actually realised it. Features that still need to be implemented: Boolean expressions (IF) (If I ever find a flexible way to implement them, because you can't parse user input to a boolean command in QBASIC, without using a dynamically changed BAS file, which is going to fail if using it compilled) The source code should be compiled with either QB64, QuickBASIC or freeBASIC (with the -lang qb switch enabled5 weekly downloads
Freebasic portal linking various aspects of the freebasic project.
This is a prime number generator. Just extract the file to the Desktop, run the program, and it will save a file to the desktop with the prime numbers. Note: you MUST extract it to the desktop, or the file would be lost.