In C, there's no level of abstraction built-in; it's hard to name
something universally. We'd say this is an example of one way to
do inheritance, interfaces-mixins, and generics.
JavaDoc-style parser for C.
This came in 2006 after attending a talk on bioinformatics.
I had the idea of making an email client that would take the
methods of bioinformatics and apply them to spam-detection.
Searches through input and outputs sequences that are repeated.
Static content management system.
Secret stream cipher private-key encryption that uses a pseudorandom
keystream based on a user-specified key.
This dusty diskette from ages past comes up and I go to the library and
read it; it's my old QBasic programmes. Remember when muti-player meant
you sit around the same computer and use different controls?
We were given a graphing calculator for Math 12. I don't know why, but
this is what came of it.