Posts Tagged ‘Fish disk 963’

Fish-disk 963 content: Split!

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

A high-speed file splitter. Splits a large file into several smaller files (size is user-definable). Due to the use of a 32k buffer, Split! is up to 14 times faster than the competition. CLI interface. Originally created for transporting large documents. Version 1.0, binary only. Author: Dan Fraser.

Fish-disk 963 content: SIOD

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

An interpreter for the algorithmic language Scheme, a dialect of LISP developed at MIT. Siod is a C implementation that covers a large part of the standard and can be run with a small amount of memory (also runs on old A500 NOT expanded). It is the ideal tool to learn the language or for experimenting with functional languages. Version 2.6, includes source and examples. Based on the original code from Paradigm Inc. An update to version 2.4 on disk number 525. Author: Scaglione Ermanno

Fish-disk 963 content: Codecracker

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

Another MasterMind clone. Difficulty level may be set by selecting the number of color columns and the number of different colors to choose from. Documentation contained within the program. Version 2.23, binary only. Author: Michael Reineke


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