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Program: Rememobr.pas
File exe: Rememobr.exe
File ubuntu: Rememobr

The program first forgets the original screen at the point of a start. This is followed by writing out the text without a meaning. In the end it recreates the screen and returns it to the former state.

Program: Reset.pas
File exe: Reset.exe

Impossible to be used in Windows, it serves to perform the "soft reset of the PC" in DOS. You may like the length of the source code. Out of 9 lines, 4 are unnecessary.

Program: Rolovan.pas
File exe: Rolovan.exe
File ubuntu: Rolovan

It can roll any text in the text window up or down. Controlled by arrows.

sachovn.pngProgram: Sachovn.pas
File exe: Sachovn.exe

The program can draw the chessboard for playing the Checkers. It doesn't include, however, the module for the real game.

sdv.pngProgram: Sdv.pas
File exe: Sdv.exe
File ubuntu: Sdv
Example: Dbf.txtSdv.dbf

Simply DBF Viewer. I wrote this when NC was far from supporting the view on DBF files. dBase files are read into III version without any troubles. To make it more interesting for you I must not omit the fact that the format is so simple I solved it with a HEX browser.

Program: Secure.pas
File exe: Secure.exe

It just launches ARJ in a chosen file and packs it all under a previously defined password. It is able to restore, of course. The standard of the program user's interface lives up to the present requirements. Why did I use ARJ instead of ZIP? At the time of its writing, there were already the programs that could easily crack the password to get to the ZIP file. Up to this day there has been nothing above ARJ (probably because it is not used anymore).

Program: Simf2.pas
File exe: Simf2.exe

As if it pressed F2 key. Nothing extraordinary. However, the interesting point about it is that it does it in the way which involves storing the information in the keyboard buffer. It also includes the functions which display the buffer condition. By the way, it can still be used as the buffer actually fills BIOS and not the operating system. I used routines as an automatic Log on user, which carried out all the necessary operations for me. However it couldn't take more than 32 keystrokes as this corresponds to the size of the buffer.

skrutka.pngProgram: Skrutka.pas
File exe: Skrutka.exe
File ubuntu: Skrutka
need: Tabulky.pas

It seems unbelievable that this program could survive the year 2000. It originated in 1990 when I studied at the secondary school. My best friend, Richard Helmeczy who is exploring Germany nowadays, and I programmed it to make the calculation of measurements of the bias screw easier. Although any CAD system concentrating on machine projecting can do it, the advantage of this program is in its ability to display every single step of the calculation, which is a great help. I found it so when I spent 3 days over the assignment just because I made a mistake at the end of the calculation and the only way how to retrieve it was by going through the task from its very beginning. When I visited my school a few years later in 1998, I found out that Ing. Zmija (to whom I'm sending all my regards) still uses it to check the students assignments. The program was told to contain only one single mistake. For me, the most interesting thing about the program is its romantic understanding of subtracting the values from the graphs.

Program: Smf.pas
File exe: Smf.exe
File ubuntu: Smf

Simply small font - changes the font of Epson printers.

sounder.pngProgram: Sounder.pas
File exe: Sounder.exe
need: Trsek.pas
Example: Chaos.sndClassic.sndDlhy.sndMore.sndStupnica.snd

This program was created to meet the demands of music production using a special device called beeper. It is actually the editor which allows to lay the notes on the visual basis, to repeat playing of the music product and to store it finally in the file. The output is then used in your own program. It features a perfect design and mouse manipulation.

The program can hardly be reproached for any imperfections. I must not forget to mention the original author of this program - Tibor Kulcar. I made a couple of changes and checked on some of the faults which emerged from time to time.

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