Resources for Canadian Mind Products [46 - 60 of 102]
  • FileIO 6.0

    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, resource 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 ...

    Canadian Mind Products | http://mindprod.com/zips/fileio60.zip | 1011KB | 2011-10-09 17:05:54
  • Extract 1.2

    a suite of four utilities to scan a set of files looking for a set of strings: extract - displays all lines in all files with a match on one or more strings, case sensitive. extracti - displays all lines in all files with a match on one or more strings, case insensitive. without - displays all lines in all files with no match on any of the strings, case sensitive. withouti - displays all lines in all files with no match on any of the strings, case insensitive. It works on text and html fil ...

    Canadian Mind Products | http://mindprod.com/zips/extract12.zip | 2.3MB | 2011-10-09 16:43:28
  • Esper 2.3

    A crude translator Esperanto To English and English to Esperanto. It works by looking up words in various dictionaries on the web. It mindlessly translates word for word. (1) First download and install the lastest Java JRE (2) Using WinZip extract the files into the default commindprodesper directory. (3) Create a shortcut setting by right clicking the desktop and selecting new shortcut. (4) Set the shortcut target to: C:Program FilesJavasoftJRE1.3binjava.exe -jar esper.jar (5) Set the s ...

    Canadian Mind Products | http://mindprod.com/zips/esper23.zip | 1.16MB | 2011-10-09 15:43:22
  • Entities 3.0

    Consists of a pair of utilities that let you convert/strip/insert HTML/XML/XHTML entities such as _amp;- and _quot; from files converting them back and forth to their equivalent single characters !amp; and !quot;. It handles the HTML 4 entities such as _hearts; as well as decimal _#123; and hexadecimal _x#123; entities. You may us this package as standalone utilities, or use the classes in your own programs to insert or strip entities from HTML. You can use them like this: REM to remove & e ...

    Canadian Mind Products | http://mindprod.com/zips/entities30.zip | 2.4MB | 2011-10-09 14:28:32
  • Encodings 1.6

    Applet to list all supported encodings (character sets) supported by your browser/java. To install, Extract the zip download with WinZip, (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:commindprodencodingsencodings.jar adjusting as necessary to account for where the jar file is.

    Canadian Mind Products | http://mindprod.com/zips/encodings16.zip | 690KB | 2011-10-09 12:41:29
  • Encoding Recogniser 1.2

    Encoding Recogniser will help you determine what encoding was used to write a file by displaying the file in hex or and decoded characters in any of the encodings supported by Java. This program runs under any OS, (e.g. Win2K/XP/Vista/OSX/Linux/Solaris/Vista64/AIX...) so long as you have Java version 1.5 or later installed. To install, Extract the zip download with WinZip (or similar unzip utility) into any directory you please, often C: -- ticking off the (user folder names) option. To run ...

    Canadian Mind Products | http://mindprod.com/zips/encodingrecogniser12.zip | 806KB | 2011-10-09 12:10:48
  • Echoserver 1.3

    See what browsers and programs are sending to an HTTP Server. Simple server just dumps whatever it receives on the console. Echoserver is misnamed because it does not actually echo what it receives back to the browser.

    Canadian Mind Products | http://mindprod.com/zips/echoserver13.zip | 93KB | 2011-10-09 10:20:28
  • Dedup 1.5

    DeDup is a Java command-line utilty for removing duplicate lines in text files. The dedup process compares adjacent lines only. It does not sort first. The comparison is case sensitive. It removes adjacent indentical lines. It replaces the original file, so do a backup first. You can dedup 1 to N files in one execution, just put their names on the command line. DeDup deletes blank lines from both the beginning and end of the file. It also deletes trailing blanks from each line. It also cleans ...

    Canadian Mind Products | http://mindprod.com/zips/dedup15.zip | 489KB | 2011-10-09 10:06:24
  • CurrCon 4.4

    Currency Conversion Applet. CurrCon is an Applet you embed in your HTML to display prices in a variety of world currencies defaulting to the user's country. It usually works in conjunction with the htmlmacros pre-processor to insert the necessary Applet calls, though you can do it manually. Shareware for non military use only. Registrants get help setting it up.

    Canadian Mind Products | http://mindprod.com/zips/currcon44.zip | 2.07MB | 2011-10-09 08:07:57
  • CSV 5.9

    Java classes you can use standalone or embed in your own programs to Read, write, align, sort and pack comma, tab and semicolon- separated variable files, commonly known as CSV files. It consists of a 20 Java classes/utilities CSVReader, CSVWriter, CSVAlign, CSVChangeCase, CSVCondense, CSVDedup, CSVDeEntify, CSVDump, CSVEntify, CSVPack, CSVPatch, CSVReshape, CSVSort, CSVTabToComma, CSVTemplate, CSVToHTML, CSVToSRS, CSVToTable, CSVTuple, LinesToCSV, TableToCSV for reading and writing CSV (Comm ...

    Canadian Mind Products | http://mindprod.com/zips/csv59.zip | 1.91MB | 2011-10-09 07:06:06
  • CreditCard Validator 1.8

    The CreditCard Validator will help you tell: 1. if a credit card number is valid, 2. which credit card vendor handles that number. It is a simple Applet to demonstrate the use of the ValidateCreditCard class. It validates the prefix and the checkdigit. It does *not* contact the credit card company to ensure that number has actually been issued and that the account is in good standing. It will also tell you which of the following credit card companies issued the card: Amex, Diners Club, Carte ...

    Canadian Mind Products | http://mindprod.com/zips/creditcard18.zip | 797KB | 2011-10-09 06:25:21
  • Confirm 1.2

    Ask user for Yes/No confirmation. Used in a bat file to set errorlevel to 0 if user answers Y, or 1 if N. echo Do you really want to do this dangerous thing? confirm If ERRORLEVEL 1 GoTo NO GoTo YES

    Canadian Mind Products | http://mindprod.com/zips/confirm12.zip | 74KB | 2011-10-09 03:48:34
  • Comparators 1.4

    Java classes to include in your programs. Includes: HTMLArrayComparator.java: Compares two arrays of Strings of HTML, ignoring embedded tags. HTMLComparator.java: Compares two Strings of HTML, ignoring embedded tags. StringComparator.java: Compares two Strings, case sensitive. StringComparatorIgnoreCase.java: Compares two Strings, case insensitive. Not useful on its own, though you can run the debugging harness with: java com.mindprod.comparators.Comparators Why the orange slice logo? Compar ...

    Canadian Mind Products | http://mindprod.com/zips/comparators14.zip | 848KB | 2011-10-09 03:06:11
  • ComparatorCutter 1.5

    Comparator Cutter is an Applet that generates generates custom Java code to implemet Comparable/Comparator. The Applet lets lets you provide a few facts about the Comparable or Comparator you want and the ComparatorCutter generates you well-commented Java source code to include in your own programs. It ask you the name of the Comparator class, the name of the class of objects you are comparing, the names and types of the fields to sort/compare the objects, and whether you want ascending/descend ...

    Canadian Mind Products | http://mindprod.com/zips/comparatorcutter15.zip | 970KB | 2011-10-09 02:23:12
  • Compactor 3.2

    Compresses HTML by removing unnecessary white space. Compacts HTML so that web pages are 20% smaller and hence 20% faster. It does this by removing all unnecessary white space. To fluff files up again, I suggest using SlickEdit beautify. The file will render on browsers exactly as they did before. Any [pre] sections are left intact. No comments are removed. NOTE THE COMPACTOR JUST COMPACTS YOUR HTML. IT DOES NOT FLUFF UP AGAIN. You migh use SlickEdit, DreamWeaver or HTML tidy to fluff the cod ...

    Canadian Mind Products | http://mindprod.com/zips/compactor32.zip | 1.45MB | 2011-10-09 00:24:16