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D-mon Connect is a program to visually design NFAs and DFAs, and you will be able to convert between the two. You will also be able to convert to or from a regular expression. This program is written in JAVA, but it is using SWT for the interface instead of Swing. It should work on all platforms that have a version of eclipse. You will also be able to check strings against the NFA/DFA that you create.
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Date posted: August 19, 2006 | Author: | No Comments »

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No-Gravity E-Reader

You never have to worry about losing your position in those long text or html documents anymore. With No-Gravity E-Reader (NOG-Reader) you can read in any plain-text file and when you close the reader the current position is save; then when you reopen the same file it will open to that exact spot. NOG-Reader implements a simple user interface so that any non-technical user can read E-Documents easily.

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Date posted: June 8, 2006 | Author: | No Comments »

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The Collector - Coin Cataloging Software

The Collector is a java application that is used to catalog coins. It is able to store a wide array of information about a coin such as name, face value, year, mint, condition, price, quantity of that coin, and the country. The data will be able to be loaded and saved to the hard drive. There is support for sorting the rows of data. The table can be printed and you can view stats on your coin collection.

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Date posted: July 15, 2005 | Author: | No Comments »

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Net Checkers

A checkers game that has both network play and single player mode. In single player mode you can play against the computer or against another player at that computer. The network game mode also features a chat, so that the two players can communicate with each other. The chat has a wide array of emoticons that can be used.

The different levels of AI are incomplete, but you can try out the basic computer opponent (it is very lousy, i mean very, very, very lousy!). The LAN play or hot-seat play is great fun though.

Date posted: June 5, 2005 | Author: | No Comments »

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