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 Regular Expression Component Library for BCB3  License: Freeware

 
  The Regular Expression Component Library is an easy to use library for searching and/or replacing strings or data in files using regular expressions. It supports both VCL programming using the C++ Builder 3 IDE's RAD programming model and non-VCL programming. Both methods of programming support the properties, methods, and events model C++ Builder. It has flexible expression options to match any type of regular expression syntax. There is extensive documentation to explain its use and the library is fully supported. The library is also fast and easy to use and the header files automatically link in the correct supporting libraries. Regular expressions are a means of doing searching based on patterns adopted from the UNIX idea of regular expressions in various Unix tools. The properties/methods/events model uses: a) Properties for specifying a regular expression, string to match, file specification ( with wildcards ) to match, flexible options for regular expression syntax, flexible options for matching considerations, and other properties to enhance matching capabilities. b) Methods to match a string in numerous ways; the entire string, the beginning of the string, anywhere in the string, multiple exclusive matches in a string. Methods to match file data; either a single match in a file or multiple matches in a file. A method to change data in a string or file based on format-like replacement syntax which can use the actual data found or one of its sub-expressions. c) Events to handle the gathering of specific data for each of the matching methods. Most of the event handlers gain access to what the expression matches as well as to what each sub-expression of the expression matches.

Author:
Edward Diener| Date: 16-11-2002 | Size: 4292 KB
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 Regular Expression Component Library for BCB5  License: Freeware

 
  The Regular Expression Component Library is an easy to use library for searching and/or replacing strings or data in files using regular expressions. It supports both VCL programming using the C++ Builder 5 IDE's RAD programming model and non-VCL programming. Both methods of programming support the properties, methods, and events model C++ Builder. It has flexible expression options to match any type of regular expression syntax. There is extensive documentation to explain its use and the library is fully supported. The library is also fast and easy to use and the header files automatically link in the correct supporting libraries. Regular expressions are a means of doing searching based on patterns adopted from the UNIX idea of regular expressions in various Unix tools. The properties/methods/events model uses: a) Properties for specifying a regular expression, string to match, file specification ( with wildcards ) to match, flexible options for regular expression syntax, flexible options for matching considerations, and other properties to enhance matching capabilities. b) Methods to match a string in numerous ways; the entire string, the beginning of the string, anywhere in the string, multiple exclusive matches in a string. Methods to match file data; either a single match in a file or multiple matches in a file. A method to change data in a string or file based on format-like replacement syntax which can use the actual data found or one of its sub-expressions. A method for splitting strings based on regular expressions. c) Events to handle the gathering of specific data for each of the matching methods. Most of the event handlers gain access to what the expression matches as well as to what each sub-expression of the expression matches.

Author:
Edward Diener| Date: 16-11-2002 | Size: 3774 KB
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 Regular Expression Component Library for BCB6  License: Freeware

 
  The Regular Expression Component Library is an easy to use library for searching and/or replacing strings or data in files using regular expressions. It supports both VCL programming using the C++ Builder 6 IDE's RAD programming model and non-VCL programming. Both methods of programming support the properties, methods, and events model C++ Builder. It has flexible expression options to match any type of regular expression syntax. There is extensive documentation to explain its use and the library is fully supported. The library is also fast and easy to use and the header files automatically link in the correct supporting libraries. Regular expressions are a means of doing searching based on patterns adopted from the UNIX idea of regular expressions in various Unix tools. The properties/methods/events model uses: a) Properties for specifying a regular expression, string to match, file specification ( with wildcards ) to match, flexible options for regular expression syntax, flexible options for matching considerations, and other properties to enhance matching capabilities. b) Methods to match a string in numerous ways; the entire string, the beginning of the string, anywhere in the string, multiple exclusive matches in a string. Methods to match file data; either a single match in a file or multiple matches in a file. A method to change data in a string or file based on format-like replacement syntax which can use the actual data found or one of its sub-expressions. A method for splitting strings based on regular expressions. c) Events to handle the gathering of specific data for each of the matching methods. Most of the event handlers gain access to what the expression matches as well as to what each sub-expression of the expression matches.

Author:
Edward Diener| Date: 16-11-2002 | Size: 3376 KB
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 Regular Expression Component Library for VC7  License: Freeware

 
  The Regular Expression Component Library is an easy to use library for searching and/or replacing strings or data in files using regular expressions in non-managed C++ code. It supports both MFC programming using the MFC programming model and non-MFC programming. Both methods of programming support a properties, methods, and events model with VC++ and Visual Studio .NET 2002. It has flexible expression options to match any type of regular expression syntax. There is extensive documentation to explain its use and the library is fully supported. The library is also fast and easy to use and the header files automatically link in the correct supporting libraries. Regular expressions are a means of doing searching based on patterns adopted from the UNIX idea of regular expressions in various Unix tools. The properties/methods/events model uses: a) Properties for specifying a regular expression, string to match, file specification ( with wildcards ) to match, flexible options for regular expression syntax, flexible options for matching considerations, and other properties to enhance matching capabilities. b) Methods to match a string in numerous ways; the entire string, the beginning of the string, anywhere in the string, multiple exclusive matches in a string. Methods to match file data; either a single match in a file or multiple matches in a file. A method to change data in a string or file based on format-like replacement syntax which can use the actual data found or one of its sub-expressions. A method for splitting strings based on regular expressions. c) Events to handle the gathering of specific data for each of the matching methods. Most of the event handlers gain access to what the expression matches as well as to what each sub-expression of the expression matches.

Author:
Edward Diener| Date: 16-11-2002 | Size: 6603 KB
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 Regular Expression Component Library for VC7.1  License: Freeware

 
  The Regular Expression Component Library is an easy to use library for searching and/or replacing strings or data in files using regular expressions in non-managed C++ code. It supports both MFC programming using the MFC programming model and non-MFC programming. Both methods of programming support a properties, methods, and events model with VC++ in Visual Studio .NET 2003. It has flexible expression options to match any type of regular expression syntax. There is extensive documentation to explain its use and the library is fully supported. The library is also fast and easy to use and the header files automatically link in the correct supporting libraries. Regular expressions are a means of doing searching based on patterns adopted from the UNIX idea of regular expressions in various Unix tools. The properties/methods/events model uses: a) Properties for specifying a regular expression, string to match, file specification ( with wildcards ) to match, flexible options for regular expression syntax, flexible options for matching considerations, and other properties to enhance matching capabilities. b) Methods to match a string in numerous ways; the entire string, the beginning of the string, anywhere in the string, multiple exclusive matches in a string. Methods to match file data; either a single match in a file or multiple matches in a file. A method to change data in a string or file based on format-like replacement syntax which can use the actual data found or one of its sub-expressions. A method for splitting strings based on regular expressions. c) Events to handle the gathering of specific data for each of the matching methods. Most of the event handlers gain access to what the expression matches as well as to what each sub-expression of the expression matches.

Author:
Edward Diener| Date: 01-08-2003 | Size: 6702 KB
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 Regular Expression Component Library for VC6  License: Freeware

 
  The Regular Expression Component Library is an easy to use library for searching and/or replacing strings or data in files using regular expressions. It supports both MFC programming using the MFC programming model and non-MFC programming. Both methods of programming support a properties, methods, and events model with VC++. Member function event handling is supported using the packaged Boost function and bind facilities which comes with the download. It has flexible expression options to match any type of regular expression syntax. There is extensive documentation to explain its use and the library is fully supported. The library is also fast and easy to use and the header files automatically link in the correct supporting libraries. Regular expressions are a means of doing searching based on patterns adopted from the UNIX idea of regular expressions in various Unix tools. The properties/methods/events model uses: a) Properties for specifying a regular expression, string to match, file specification ( with wildcards ) to match, flexible options for regular expression syntax, flexible options for matching considerations, and other properties to enhance matching capabilities. b) Methods to match a string in numerous ways; the entire string, the beginning of the string, anywhere in the string, multiple exclusive matches in a string. Methods to match file data; either a single match in a file or multiple matches in a file. A method to change data in a string or file based on format-like replacement syntax which can use the actual data found or one of its sub-expressions. A method for splitting strings based on regular expressions. c) Events to handle the gathering of specific data for each of the matching methods. Most of the event handlers gain access to what the expression matches as well as to what each sub-expression of the expression matches.

Author:
Edward Diener| Date: 16-11-2002 | Size: 6949 KB
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 Janino  License: Freeware

 
  Janino is a compiler that reads a Java expression, block, or source file, and generates Java bytecode that is loaded and executed directly. It is not intended to be a development tool, but an embedded compiler for run-time compilation purposes, such as expression evaluators or "server pages" engines like JSP. Properties The major design goal was to keep the compiler small and simple, while partially sacrificing completeness. I don't like the idea of carrying around huge libraries for simple applications. See Parser for the list of implemented and missing language features. When do you need an efficient expression evaluator? Say you build an e-commerce system, which computes the shipping cost for the items that the user put into his/her shopping cart. Because you don't know the merchant's shipping cost model at implementation time, you could implement a set of shipping cost models that come to mind (flat charge, by weight, by number of items, ...) and select one of those at run-time. In practice, you will most certainly find that the shipping cost models you implemented will rarely match what the merchant wants, so you must add custom models, which are merchant-specific. If the merchant's model changes later, you must change your code, re-compile and re-distribute your software. Because this is so unflexible, the shipping cost expression should be specified at run-time, not at compile-time. This implies that the expression must be scanned, parsed and evaluated at run-time, which is why you need an expression evaluator. A simple expression evaluator would parse an expression and create a "syntax tree". The expression "a + b * c", for example, would compile into a "Sum" object who's first operand is parameter "a" and who's second operand is a "Product" object who's operands are parameters "b" and "c". Such a syntax tree can evaluated relatively quickly. However, the run-time performance is about a factor of 100 worse than that of native Java code.

Author:
Arno Unkrig| Date: 09-11-2002 | Size: 104 KB
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 Dicom  License: Freeware

 
  Dicom calculates, converts and computes. The first ever computing tool that deals with dimensions of physical quantities in mathematical expression, Dicom, has the answer to expression like: 30 mi./h.+6 ft./s.+15.24 m./s. to ft./s. Dicom can evaluate expressions anywhere in a rich text formatted document. It has a built-in rich text editor. Process your words, numbers, and measurements at one place. Good luck!!!

Author:
Knowbotron| Date: 13-04-2003 | Size: 2650 KB
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 Mocha  License: Freeware

 
  Mocha allows you to generate shifting sound responsive images. Starting with a simple mathematical expression called a bene, a mix of gene and bean, pronounced "bean", you can investigate the visual impact of variable time, the inflence of sounds, colors, and seed images to the images created by Mocha. Evolve your visualizations purposfully, exploring th effects of various changes to the bene.. Watch as images evolve organically, both by your explicit changes or on your behalf by Mocha in breed mode. Mocha also comes with a number of built-in benes

Author:
Wes Cherry| Date: 10-07-2001 | Size: 389 KB
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 Free USA HoneyGirls  License: Freeware

 
  Celebrate Independence Day everyday with these honeys in full expression of their patriotism. Beautiful bikini babes proudly display the pride of freedom in the USA. Great for all year and a lot less trouble than putting up a flag in your yard. This is a random collage-style screensaver. From the creator of Hooked On ThongNics.

Author:
Robert Abernethy| Date: 18-08-2003 | Size: 1489 KB
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 TailXP  License: Freeware

 
  Ever wanted to follow a log file, capture debug messages or monitor syslog? Then this product is for you! Featuring multiple types of monitors: file monitor, event log, syslog, OutputDebugString and coloring of lines based on regular expression rules. Best of all: it docks to the top or bottom of your desktop like ICQ and other windows resize accordingly. Check out the screenshots. This product is a total freebie. The cost is zip, nada, zilch. Zero in whatever language you care to use.

Author:
Infiero| Date: 15-01-2005 | Size: 730 KB
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 ScanWeb  License: Freeware

 
  ScanWeb is program for on-line finding of regular expressions on WWW pages. Principle is in browsing from entered cross roads page to selected depth and searching. Finding is persistent: possibility of regeneration after shutdown the program or computer. Next features are multilanguages solution, predefined regular expressions and a number of filters for www pages.

Author:
EServer| Date: 09-05-2002 | Size: 203 KB
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 HanyFile Find and Replace  License: Freeware

 
  With HandyFile Find & Replace tool you can quickly Find and Replace Text in Many Files as you want ! Diverse File Filters, Different Search Attributes, Regular Expressions with extended syntax give you full control over processing text in all the desired files. Ability to create HTML listing of the files which contain wanted text fragments makes it highly valuable tool for web masters and web coders!

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SILVERAGE Software| Date: 03-14-2002 | Size: 361 KB
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 pmaCalc  License: Freeware

 
  pmaCalc combines a scientific calculator, binary arithmetik for programmers, and unit converter in an interesting package. In addition to a fair range of scientific functions, it has an unusual numeric stack, and a binary mode that supports decimal, hexadecimal, octal, and binary arithmetic, with a full complement of logical operators and bit manipulation instructions. It has7 lines: hex, oct, dec, bin, ascii, 2's compl. and roman. Each line is clickable for new data input. The others immediately reflect that data input in their respective bases. You can enter expressions by pressing buttons or by typing them in (it's advisable to take care with the syntax), and the stack offers a flexible alternative to the usual memory functions. You can use fixed,floating and sci. point modes. Other features include a Euro converter that handles all European Union currencies, 150+ Units and 500+ Convertions.

Author:
Mario Prem| Date: 10-10-2003 | Size: 639 KB
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 FlatGraph  License: Freeware

 
  Plotting functions (usual and parametric) with more possibilities. Differentiation of any order (with simplification). Construction of tangents to the graph. The simple and clear interface with the detailed documentation and examples of work. The program is designed both for inexperienced and the professional user as in it are combined the intuitive interface and professional functions. FlatGraph allows: - To enter one or several functional expressions of any complexity for display and (or) their differentiation; - To carry out symbolical differentiation for the specified order of a derivative, and also to carry out simplification of the received derivative; - To investigate "alive" changing of various parameters of functions with simultaneous display of new graphs that allows to define influence of parameters of functions on their form; - To use automatic or manual scaling schedules of functions for linear scales; - To display parametric functions, for example, ellisoid, cardioid, Bernoulli lemniscate and other similar graphs (where abscissa and ordinate depend on one parameter 't'); - To solve the equations, system of the equations and inequalities by graphic way; - To define and display a tangent to the graph of function in a point x0 (it is set by the user). FlatGraph has the simple and clear interface, detailed user guide and examples of work.

Author:
Vitaliy Subbotin| Date: 19-01-2005 | Size: 567 KB
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 evolvEd  License: Freeware

 
  evolvEdĀ® is a FREE general purpose text editor useful for web-developing, programming and scripting. Easy to use, with all the features a power user requires. When "just getting the job done" is work enough, the last thing you need is to waste time having to learn yet another computer application. Your experience with other tools should be relevant to each new application, making it possible to sit down and use that new application right away. Whether you simply need a powerful replacement for Notepad, a tool for editing your web pages, or a programming IDE, evolvEdĀ® does what you want, the way you would expect. Features : -Keyword Highlighting of the most common script/program languages (BASH Script, Batch, C/C++, C#, Cascading Style Sheets, Delphi/Pascal, HTML, Java, Java Script, Novell Login Script, Perl, PHP, Simula, SQL, StreamServe Script, Visual Basic, XML) -Keyword Editor which lets you modify/create keyword definitions -Automatic Function Help for almost every function (Perl, VB, C/C++, Java, PHP, Delphi/Pascal, StreamServe) -Supports Regular Expressions (NFA Traditional) -Source Code Compiling with its own Output Window -Powerful Search/Replace with Regular Expression support -Supports up to 10 Live Templates with dynamic variables -Unlimited Undo/Redo -HEX Viewer -Powerful Text-based functions -Powerful HTML-functions -Supports both DOS and UNIX files -Extremely Customizable -Auto-indentation/Pairs completion/Auto-completion of HTML and XML tags -ASCII Table, shows you the ASCII-codes with its respective decimal and hex code -Base64 Encoding/Decoding -URL Encoding/Decoding

Author:
David Gabrielsen| Date: 15-11-2004 | Size: 933 KB
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 Northgate Coda  License: Freeware

 
  Coda is a first class JavaScript/HTML/XML/XHTML development environment with full syntax parsing. This fully featured editor checks the validity of code as you type, highlighting errors as you develop rather than after you publish. Coda uses a technique called 'full block syntax parsing' (FBSP) to quickly analyse the structure of the file and its current state. Unlike other color keyword highlighting editors, Coda has an intimate knowledge of the languages it supports and displays errors or incomplete code in real-time. IF you chose to enable auto complete, Coda's intimacy with the semantics of the language empowers Coda to guess your next move, completing your statements and saving you time. This is a great learning aid if you are new to JavaScript or HTML. FBSP supports files that have multiple language content. For example in a Dynamic HTML file with server-side and client-side JavaScript, Coda will identify the HTML and JavaScript separately and parse each block according to its own rules To save more time, Coda includes Code Snips that automate the most common typing tasks. Code Snips intelligently insert code fragments into the structure of your document so you don't have to reformat your code. Coda is also an ideal introduction into the world of server-side JavaScript integrating with Northgate's Concerto Application Server. Coda now becomes an integrated debugger for server-side JavaScript will full scope; call stack, expression watching, and variable introspection. Animate your code to find problems while examining the state of your application through program flow. Coda comes with an integrated browser so you can preview your work, be it Server-side JavaScript, Client-side JavaScript or a mixture of both. Coda even applies its FBSP technology to check the validity of the generated page output - partially useful if your dynamic pages emit client-side JavaScript. A MUST download for professional and would-be JavaScript and HTML developers.

Author:
Northgate Information Solutions| Date: 07-14-2004 | Size: 6611 KB
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