Today I’ve added a page where I’ll be linking in relevant downloads for stuff I’ve posted. This will most likely simply consist of java/pascal/basic code and perhaps the odd binary if I feel like it. I’ve only got one available at the moment, an improved version of the code used for my recent post about recursive and iterative procedures. I managed to get the iterative depth first search to behave the same as the recursive one, this resulted in an impressive performance increase. Now the iterative function is in general faster and occasionally is slightly slower (the reverse of what happened before). This is the result I had expected when I first coded the test, I’m still waiting on the larger scale tests which are now running the improved code.

I will gradually add more stuff for download, nothing large as I’m using my own connection for hosting. I’ll add various bits of code I’ve mentioned in the past, my games, and maybe a few things that can’t be found easily on the web anymore provided they are freeware.


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