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Wassup lets you know w...

Wassup

Wassup lets you know what is going on with your Java environment. It will tell you the System Properties, as many as the Security system will let you peek at. This includes such things as which JVM is running, which version of Java, which vendor. It may be run as either an Applet or an application. When you run Wassup as an application it shows you considerably more information. The Java sandbox considers it a security risk to reveal that information to an Applet. As an application, you can see all the possible System Properties. When you run as an unsigned Applet, your view is much more limited. If you OK the Java sandbox security override, it will let you view the restricted properties. This is a freeware listed under development install, setup category.

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Calculates when variou...

Holiday Calculatior

Calculates when various holidays occur in any given year BC or AD. Designed to be cannibalised to include the calculation routines in your own programs. It currently calculates about 50 holidays including the following: New Years Day Congress Start Day Martin Luther King Day Inauguration Day Robbie Burns Day Australia Day Groundhog Day Mardi Gras Ash Wednesday Lincoln's Birthday Valentines Day Presidents Day Alberta Family Day Washington's Birthday Commonwealth Day Daylight Savings Start St Patrick's day Vernal Equinox Palm Sunday Good Friday April Fools Day Earth Day Easter Sunday Easter Monday ANZAC Day Cinco de Mayo Europe Day Mothers Day Armed Forces Day Victoria Day Memorial Day Australia Queen's Birthday Fathers Day Summer Solstice Aboriginal Day St Jean-Baptiste Day Canada Day Independence Day Utah Pioneer Day Parents' Day Canada Civic Day Canadian Labour Day American Labor Day Grandparents Daay Autumnal Equinox Canadian Thanksgiving Columbus Day Halloween Daylight Savings End General Election Day Remembrance Day Veterans Day American Thanksgiving Human Rights Day Winter Solstice Christmas Eve Christmas Christmas in the USA Boxing Day New Years Eve If a holiday was not celebrated in a given year, it will not show. Includes complete Java source code to calculate when the holiday occurs in a given year, when it was first celebrated, when first proclaimed, the rule for how it is calculated in words and an authority to go to for more information. Also calculates the nearest weekday to any given holiday, when you actually get the day off. This is what I refer to by the term shifted. Boxing day has special shift handling. Holiday Calculatior license is freeware and it is listed in web development java, javascript software.

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The Transporter acts l...

Transporter

The Transporter acts like an electronic secure courier to deliver your data and documents in encryted form safe from prying eyes or those who would tamper with them. It Encrypts, digitally signs and armours to send sensitive information over the Internet without SSL. Typically you would embed it in your own Internet applications such as email client. Transporter is a shareware categorized under security, privacy encryption tools tools.

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In Java, allows you to...

Mouse

In Java, allows you to find out where the mouse in on the screen, even when it is not over one of your apps. This has similar function to MouseInfo.getPointerInfo in Java 1.5+. This class will work in any version of Java. It uses JNI and a DLL, so it only works on Windows. You must install the nativemouse.dll somewhere on the path. Then your programs can find out the x and y position of the mouse, [(0,0 is the upper left of the screen] at any time by calling: Point p = com.mindprod.mouse.Mouse.getWhereMouseIsOnScreen() Java and C source included. You can test the program by typing: java -cp C:\ com.mindprod.mouse.Mouse Where C:\ in where you installed the com/mindprod/mouse directory. The nativemouse.dll must be on the path, e.g. in the current directory. With JDK 1.5, the DLL can be in the jar, so long as it has no package path. This is a freeware listed under web development java, javascript category.

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Java Keystroke and Mou...

KeyPlayer

Java Keystroke and Mouse Event Tutor. Application to let you experiment to learn how mouse and keystroke events work. Output appears on the console. Just click the mouse or hit keystrokes and watch what details of the events generated. To install, Extract the zip download with Winzip, available from http://www.winzip.com (or similar unzip utility) into any directory you please, often C:\ -- ticking off the "user folder names" option. To run as an application, type: java -jar C:\com\mindprod\keyplayer\keyplayer.jar adjusting as necessary to account for where the jar file is. Version 1.1 avoids dumping control chars to the console. Version 1.3 adds a PAD and icon. renamed from keyplay to keyplayer. This is a freeware listed under web development java, javascript category.

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Check a Java jar to ma...

JarCheck

Check a Java jar to make sure all the javac -target versions of the class files are what you expect. Java application. Requires Java version 1.5 or later. All Java source code is included. to use: java -jar jarcheck.jar jartotocheck.jar 1.1 1.4 where jartocheck.jar is the name of jar to check. It will check all the class files in it. In this example: 1.1 is the lowest acceptable target version number. 1.4 is the highest acceptable target version number. Currently, only version numbers 1.0, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5 and 1.6 are supported. The program does not currently test minor version numbers. Why would you use this utility? To make sure that a jar intended to run under an old 1.1 JVM contains no classes accidentally compiled with javac -target 1.5. Passing this test does not guarantee the jar will work on an old JVM. The jar still might use methods not bundled with old JVMs. This should catch however, classes normally compiled with target 1.1 that were accidentally compiled with 1.5 as a side effect of compiling some 1.5 class. JarCheck is a freeware categorized under development help tools tools.

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I/O teaching tool that...

FileIO

I/O teaching tool that generates sample Java source code to read or write the console, a sequential file, a random access file, a String, an array of characters, an array of bytes, URL, HTTP CGI GET/POST, Socket or Pipe. It shows you how to read or write ASCII-8 bit characters (plain or locale-encoded), Unicode 16-bit characters, raw bytes, big endian binary, little endian binary, or serialised objects, buffered, unbuffered or gzip compressed. FileIO runs either as an application or as an Applet that needs to run in JDK 1.5+ capable browser. Source code and sample HTML included. May be freely distributed and used for any purpose except military. It works by asking you 4 multiple choice questions about what you want to do. You fill in your choices in a dialog box at it instantly generates the corresponding code that you can copy/paste and modify. 1) What is the type of the source/target? - sequential file - random access file - String (in RAM i/o) - char[] (in RAM i/o) - byte[] (in RAM i/o) - URL (remote i/o) - HTTP CGI - socket - pipe 2) Do you want to read or write? 3) Which do you want: unbuffered, buffered or compressed? 4) What is the format of the data being read or written? - raw, untranslated, bulk, 8-bit bytes - default-encoded chars (usually 8-bit) - locale-encoded chars (usually 8-bit), e.g. IBM-OEM Cp437 - Unicode 16-bit chars - big-endian binary (Java standard) - little-endian binary (Intel standard) - serialised objects It generates 378 possible different example programs. You can run it online at http://mindprod.com/applet/fileio.html without installing it. This development tools software is listed under web development java, javascript.

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