Some stuff mostly before Berkeley (and mostly before UTD too...)

You may want to look at some of this code for examples on how to do certain things. I, personally, have found that reading others' code is invaluable when trying to get something to work. However, I advise writing your own code because it will be much easier to debug.

All code is provided AS-IS without warranty as to the safety of your computer. You are free to modify and incorporate it into whatever.

I know writing documentation is good for me and builds character, but I don't want to do it.

JAVA Projects

Most projects can be run with:

javac *.java
java -cp . [classname]

PERL Projects

PIC Project Source Code


Old Circuits