In computing, C is a general-purpose, block structured, procedural, imperative computer programming language developed in 1972 by Dennis Ritchie at the Bell Telephone Laboratories for use with the Unix operating system.
Reads and displays the boot sector of a drive With C Windows C
source. BOOTSEC demonstrates how to use INT 25 (absolute disk
read) to read the boot sector (the first sector on head 0,
Is a small Win32 winsock utility which find information based
on a query and displays whatever results are returned. To use
the program, set a server address in the Server field, enter
Demonstrating how to connect to a host and query it for a user
name based on an internet email address. Windows C source
Using the InterNet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) "ECHO"
facility, measure round-trip-delays and packet loss across
purpose is to encode binary files into ascii so that they may
be passed through e-mail gates. In this regard, mime64 is
similar to uuencode. aLthough most binaries these days are
Demonstrates some basics of a RichEdit control. Allows you to
change the text color on the fly, save and load RTF data using
stream callbacks. C source
This creates a Control, adds * some icon images and allows the
text and image for each item to be changed * as selected by
various menu items. C source
This is a custom control which creates an ownerdraw listbox and
handles * double-clicks and an edit message from the parent to
allow the user to * edit the listbox item "inline". C source
This compiler is an optimizing C compiler for the Motorola
68000 processor. It has successfully compiled itself on UNIX
system V running on a Motorola VME-10. Since this code was
written for a...
deflation algorithm. For many target systems including UNIX,
VMS, DOS, OS2, ATARI, NT, and AMIGA, patch level 5.1
CP/M compatible file squeezer & unsqueezer Utility
Splint is a Huffman-coding-basis data compression/decompression
program, based on Jones' idea of using splay-prefix scheme.