By sparcie

Here are downloads that I’m offering, eventually I’ll mirror them somewhere else but they are located on my HP 620 Thin client at home, this is the third machine I’ve used for hosting. The first machine was my old Sparcstation 20, the second was a socket 478 Celeron 2.4 Ghz PC.

Since I’ve occasionally had issues with my internet connection I also have all the files contained in the sections below available from a shared google drive folder. You can find the folder here, it is updated daily typically (by script) depending on the status of my internet connection.

Basic : Various GW-Basic programs I’ve created.

Pascal : Pascal code mostly from when I was first learning the language

Bob’s Fury: My own homebrew platform game that supports MS-DOS machines.

Software Archive: A collection of harder to find software from cover disks.

AlgTest : The java code I used for performance comparisons of iterative vs recursive functions.


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