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    2018 Thomson Reuters Top 100 Global Tech Leaders Icon

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    21st century technology-sector leadership requires not only optimal financial performance but also attention to many other factors, including management and investor confidence, risk and resilience, legal compliance, innovation, environmental impact, social responsibility, and reputation. Successfully managing these areas may determine which tech companies have the fortitude to succeed in the future. Here’s to those that made the list.
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    QuickPlay

    Retro-Gaming Multi-Emulator Frontend. Frontend-of-Frontends

    Welcome to the QuickPlay homepage. QuickPlay - MAME Edition is a powerful Windows universal emulator frontend, which has support for countless emulators, systems, game sets and other emulation frontend projects. Its main focus is on being user friendly, simple to set up, yet thorough: its a combined searchable library for all of your retro-gaming...It has a novel Emulator Finder system that takes the hassle out of initial setup and ongoing maintainance

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    StringConvertor

    StringConvertor is a little Tool for converting Strings to Hex and Bin

    StringConvertor can convert: String to Hex, String to Binary and can encrypt a String with a passwort.

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  • FP-WinHugsHaskellTester Icon

    FP-WinHugsHaskellTester

    Executes Haskell-tests using WinHugs and visualizes the results.

    Checks a haskell script (lhs, hs) based on tests specified in a test file and provides a graphical user interface to show the results, including return values compared to check value(s), coloring to see which tests fail at a glance and approximate execution time benchmarking. As a test file you may use a valid haskell script file (that runs in WinHugs) simply checking for logical equality of expressions (using ==). You may also use "~>" after a haskell expression to indicate the desired output. It's also possible to specify multiple valid outputs.

    Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update: See Project
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