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Phone dialpad letters to digits

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app that converts phone numbers like 1 (800) Net-Zero to 1 (800) 638-9376 (usable digits) or 1-800-comcast to 1-800-2662278 or fuzzbox to 3899269. might be handy if you have a blackberry or other smartphone. windows and dos, command-line and GUI.

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Features

  • simple
  • converts phone letters to phone digits
  • supplements your smartphone (which usually has a qwerty keyboard instead of a dialpad)
  • buttons to copy results or original to clipboard
  • windows gui and command-line apps (command-line apps for dos and windows)
  • great if you type faster then you dial letter digits
  • command-line and GUI versions available for windows. (GUI only for windows 2000 and up)
  • command-line for dos

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Additional Project Details

Languages

English

Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Win32 (MS Windows), Command-line

Programming Language

C++, AutoIt

Registered

2011-03-27

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