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  • Simplified Wrapper and Interface Generator - SWIG is a software development tool that connects programs written in C, C++, and Objective-C with a variety of high-level programming languages. SWIG is primarily used with common scripting languages such as Perl, Python, Tcl/Tk, Ruby, and Guile but has also been extended to include languages such as Java and Eiffel. SWIG is most commonly used to create high-level interpreted programming environments and as a tool for building user interfaces. SWIG may be freely used, distributed, and modified for commercial and noncommercial use.
  • java.sun.com - The Source for Java(TM) Technology
  • A Gazetteer and Dictionary for DOS 6.22
  • Exploring MS-DOS
  • MSDOS Batch Programming Stuff
  • Snippets.Org - Free educational resources on the Internet - the most commonly-cited single-archive repository of free C/C++ source files available - all platforms and non-platform-specific code - mirror
  • TWAIN -- Standard for image acquisition devices
  • CodePile. Examples, Samples and Source Codes
  • The Code Project Free Source code and Tutorials - GREAT!
  • Programmers Heaven source, links, articles, tutorials, utilities, and more
  • Visual C++ deficiencies
  • Visual C++ Developer
  • Open Directory - Computers: Programming: Languages: C++: Visual C++
  • Sourcebank
  • Yahoo! Computers and Internet > Programming Languages > C and C++ > C++ > Visual C++
  • Developer's Resources
  • C++ Archive
  • FreeCode, Free Programming Source Code
  • visual basic, vb, active server pages (ASP),java, javscript,c, c++, c__ , vbscript,active server pages, ASP, vbscript,SQL, database, informix, oracle, SQL Server,Perl, CGI,Delphi, PHP,Free source code for the taking. Over a million lines of programs.
  • Visual C++ Developers Journal
  • The World Wide Web Consortium
  • C++ beginner questions and answers
  • answers to NT questions
  • NT faq
  • Code Guru - apps with source and explainations
  • Code Guru
  • Microsoft developers network
  • Sheldon Brown's HTML search
  • Oleo gnu spreadsheet
  • comp.apps.spreadsheets FAQ
  • Adcomp1 info on internet scripting languages and other stuff
  • LookSmart - exploring - Computers & Internet - Computer Science - Programming - Internet & Scripting
  • ProjectBase A website for non-windows projects - new and 'classic' amiga, linux, QNX
  • Avery Home Page
  • CodeWarriorU.com free classes
  • Microsoft Developers Network - RTF files click on 'Specifications' in the left frame, you'll be able to view the RTF 1.6 definition - includes some C source code for a very simple version of an RTF reader.
  • how Hungarian Notation by Charles Simonyi got its name and Another page about it
  • Old Computers
  • Not so Usefull, but often used Assmebly Code
  • ClearCase manuals
  • Starbase (formerly premia) creators of CodeWrite
  • ASP - the Association of Shareware Professionals
  • netShareware.com
  • Programming Info

  • The Scientists and Engineers Guide to Digital Signal Processing - This book is free
  • A garbage collector for C and C++
  • thinking in C++ and Java books - free pdf
  • AOL Computing Weblopaedia
  • VxWorks Reference Manual
  • mpeg3.org
  • Script Search scripts... any language... do anything!
  • The GNU Project
  • A large selection of Online Manuals
  • Connected: An Internet Encyclopedia of internet protocols
  • Great books from O'Reilly
  • O'Reilly's Perl books
  • O'Reilly & associates FTP server
  • O'Reilly & associates Gopher Server
  • O'Reilly & associates Software
  • Wiley Books
  • Selected RFC's

  • HTML Programming

    here's what we know about you

    HTML Home Page

  • Sizzling HTML Jalfrezi
  • Dave Raggett's Introduction to CSS - (Cascading Style Sheet language)
  • W3C HTML Validation Service
  • The CGI Resource Index
  • shows what is received by the browser, including the HTTP header, >whether cookies are being set, URL forwarding, and other information
  • What Server does a web site use?
  • What Server does a web site use?
  • What SSL does a web site use?
  • Web Development and Java Resource Sites
  • The Corporation's Icon Gallery
  • Icon Browser with search engine
  • Barry's Clipart - check out webpix, objects
  • Image maps
  • The HTML primer for the full primer, click here
  • The HTML Quick Reference Guide
  • The ColorPro Web Server for help selecting colors.
  • Start.com web developers virtual library
  • WWW FAQ
  • Wysiwyg HTML programing guides
  • Cookies and more cookies
  • The World Wide Web Consortium
  • my image collection

  • Java

  • Gamelan Java Links
  • Sun JAVA Tutorial

  • Javascript

  • Cut-N-Paste JavaScript
  • Netscape JavaScript Reference
  • The Way of Java
  • JavaWorld Online Magazine's JavaScript sourcebook
  • Netscape's JavaScipt Guide
  • Microsoft's JavaScript Guide
  • Kathleen's Little Page of JavaScript Resources

  • Perl

  • Perl Win32 download site
  • Perl on Win32 FAQ
  • Perl CGI Scripts : Brokenly Iistalled
  • Advanced HTML programming - cgi scripts
  • perl on the PC home page
  • perl references - searchable
  • mox.perl.com
  • A perl page and perl 4 manual and perl5 manual.
  • The most recent copy of the perl 5 module list can be found here or in html form Perl modules can be found in
  • CPAN at the University of florida,
  • Illinois,
  • Massachusetts
  • Florida
  • and on the web at The Perl Institute amoung other places.
  • MIME-tools
  • Cookbook of Canned CGIs in Perl (same as) Kira's Web Toolbox where it is known as the CGI Library. This site also has a Color Picker plus Tutorials, images, and more...
  • PerlRing a bidirectional linked list of web pages about Perl.
  • An on-line tutorial to learn the basics of CGI scripting (in PERL) for HTML forms

  • TCL/TK

  • The home of Win32 Tcl and Tk sources and bug database on the Web
  • the Tcl Developer Xchange
  • home page for the Tcl/Tk release
  • Information about Tcl
  • Tcl books list
  • notes about compiling Tcl for PC
  • Tcl Resource Center

  • Smalltalk

  • WWW.SMALLTALK.ORG(tm) Official GNU Smalltalk Page
  • IBM Smalltalk Tutorial - Table of Contents
  • Object Arts Education Centre - Dolphin Smalltalk
  • Monty Kamath's Goodstart - Smaltalk Information
  • The Squeak Archive at UIUC - a free smalltalk with ports to many platforms

  • Editors

  • W3 web browser for emacs
  • emacs on NT page
  • Zeus Lite for Windows 95/NT and Zeus Zeus is also here
  • go to http://ftpsearch.ntnu.no/ftpsearch and search for "em1934b.zip" to find emacs 19.34 DOS
  • GNU Emacs on Windows NT and Windows 95
  • jed for DOS looks like emacs but is a lot smaller and faster
  • Jed docs, node1, notes

  • PeeCee Programming

  • Borland C++
  • Winsocks programming at Borland

  • Equipment

  • ComLab serial protocol analyzer from RTComm
  • Benedict Computer serial analyzers
  • WinSock development tools
  • FIFO protocol analyzers
  • Klos Technologies PPP and ISDN analyzers and software ( demos).
  • Kermit 95 patch