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This project tries to compile multiple algorithms in one place. Provides algorithms for searching, sorting and what else, and in as many different languages as possible. Every code in this project is under the GNU General Public License version 2.0.
All your source are belong to us! (us = all the humans in this world). Furia-chan is an Open Source/ Libre software license violation detector (a "google" for binary programs). If given as input a binary program p, its output is a list of the top n closest programs to p. It works even if ... [More]
Recent NewsA new release (Chord 2.0a) and a user guide (under construction) is now available. About ChordChord is a static and dynamic program analysis framework for Java. It has the following key characteristics: Stand-alone: various off-the-shelf program analyses are provided (e.g. ... [More]
The template magic library is a C++ library which demonstrates interesting uses of meta-programming concepts with the C++ language.
Just some programming exercises by firstname.lastname@example.org. I use Google Code because I need some space to save these programs and easy to share them.
IntroductionChatters by Xooxers Chatters is a chat program coded in DM for use with BYOND. HistoryChatters was created by Xooxer and became one of the more prominent chat programs on BYOND, and after a brief hiatus, development was continued as an open source project led by Xooxer and a small ... [More]
NetTool is a tool that boosts your internet and desktop experience, by adding easy access to functions like breaking your internet connection DNS Flushing, IP Releasing, Renewing, IP troubleshooting, etc. It also lets you change your user password easily. This can be useful if, for example, your ... [More]
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