Always first in my life is my lovely Alexandra.
She has a
much better looking web page here at GeoCities, with our pictures
on it - take a look!
She was a professional Webmaster, Web page designer, and engineer
at Lycos, and moved on to get her MBA.
An implementation of "The World's Smallest Political Quiz" as a PalmOS application and Java applet. This is a 10 question Libertarian quiz that determines a political profile along Personal and Economic Issues axes. Written in Waba and WabaJump, free for download and open source.
C program that translates a file of ASCII base
chromosomes into a file of likely proteins to be made by them.
The Signal Sequences by Computational
Analysis paper describes it in detail. The program is also available
compiled, in a zip file (40476 bytes), containing
the C code, a Windows 95 executable (faster, but might not run off
Win95), and a DOS executable (slower, but should work on Win3.1, DOS,
and DOS/Windows emulators).
This is for all the times you are 10 directory levels deep in
a Windows Explorer or My Computer window, and want to open a MS-DOS
Prompt Command Line window to the same place.
The Zip File (48,267 bytes)
contains C source code and executables for Windows95 and WindowsNT,
the Readme.txt from that zip
file describes it in more detail.
Simple Windows command line program to divide a large into smaller pieces for easier emailing, writing to disks, or whatever. 14, 454 byte Zip file contains 32 bit executable, Readme.txt, and C source code.
An expansion of Jef Poskanzer's Java program to copy Web page
trees and images to local files. The expansion accepts FRAMESET
FRAME's and BODY BACKGROUND images. Source and class files, including
necessary supporting classes from Jef's Acme Java library.
A trivial PalmOS application. It turns the screen black, that's
all. Surprisingly, this can be useful. Written in Waba, a port of Java
to PalmOS and other handheld devices, with WabaJump
turning it into a standalone PalmOS application.
is a way to write PalmOS programs in Waba, a simplified Java-like language
for small computers, and compile them to a native PalmOS executable (a stand-alone program, that doesn't use a separate interpreter. Smaller, faster, etc.).
You'll see a few of my own (small, toy) examples above, others have written more serious projects with it. I'm a developer and administrator of this Open Source and SourceForge project, originally founded by Peter Carroll.
should be self-explanatory. I'm responsible for submitting rules
32, 34, 35, 39-41 (as of May 1998 - Roedy keeps changing the
numbers!). Yes, I encountered them in code I was supposed to
maintain. Now I can laugh - then...
"A fully featured telnet applet/application with embedded
VT320/ANSI emulation." I used their TelnetIO class as the heart of a
TelnetWrapper that allows reasonable scripted program / telnet
interaction - they have added a version to their (free) distribution.
is an independent organization that supports the promise of Java
as an open and universal (platform-independent, "Write Once, Run
Anywhere") programming language. I am a member, and encourage others to join, it's free.
is a Java Tutorial here on GeoCities. I added a Page field to his
Post Visitors Data applet, and wrote a Java UNIX Mail Parser to separate out the resulting emails
from normal ones. Since then GeoCities has improved their page counter,
so this is not as useful.