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MemorizEasy

As of 2011-07-31, this project may now be found at www.memorizeasy.com.

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helps you learn vocabulary with reference cards, interactive tests, and an auto complete homework helper, exploiting brush-teeth time and proven cognitive methods. A card has 7 new words, 7 from 4 days ago, 7 from a week ago, and 7 from a month ago.

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Features

  • Queues user input term-definition pairs in chronological order (usually also contextual), and prints a sheet of them every 2 days;
  • Generates a daily checked test of the definitions;
  • Nouns prefixed by an article are automatically colored by gender;
  • Automatically identifies synonyms and prints them together in a line;
  • Automatically change the desktop background by setting memos as the source folder;
  • Autocomplete on input fields suggests whether the word has already been entered, or if the word is a synonym;
  • Allows to (re)publish any batch;
  • Automatically updated.
  • Enhanced test experience by allowing only the correct character sequence to be input.
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Additional Project Details

Languages

English

Intended Audience

Government, Information Technology, Science/Research, Customer Service, Education, End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Java Swing

Programming Language

Java

Registered

2010-03-27

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