Here is the latest from me...
Software to control the Yamaha RX-V2400 home theater receiver. Uses an RS-232 serial connection to control the receiver and establishes a network port to receive commands on.
A recreation of that classic copyrighted game. This was written for my AI class. It will run on any system that supports lisp and tcl/tk. Documentation is included.
The online version uses the same lisp back-end, but with a handful of
enhancements added on.
Year 2000 Countdown Clock
A UNIX based PL/0 compiler I wrote last year that compiles to Java assembly language (jasmin). Documentation is included.
A program for viewing a hex dump of a file. This program, which should
compile on most any UNIX as well as in DOS and Win95/NT, provides an
organized way to look into files. The hex is organized into 16 byte rows
with offset numbers on the left and printable text on the left. Though
untested, I would not be surprised if this program works in OS/2, BeOS,
and possibly MacOS.
In my spare time I am doing some work on operating system development related stuff. The first product of this work is found on my boot sector programming page. Check it out.
Boot sector programming info
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Last modified: 2006-02-20 19:40:10 Central Standard Time