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I have dabbled in some Visual Basic programming, primarily for interface prototyping. These Windows application projects are the results.


abiTimeClock v.5.3   < updated 2010 Jan 25

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This basic time clock application saves Begin and End time stamps (from the system clock) for blocks of time associated with a project. The time stamps are saved in text files which can be edited and modified, so this is not a suitable time clock for payroll or other time cards that require security. The number of minutes and the hours and minutes for the time block are recorded in a Project Time Card (text file named for the project) and a Consolidated Time Card (specified by the user). The running total for a project is recorded in both time cards as well. Several new features for version 5.1 include the option to insert a Note with a Start Time or End Time, command-line option to start the program with a project starting at the same time, and the option to set the Date Format to the system Long Date or Short Date.

Mother May I? v.2.8

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Mother May I? It's like the electronic game Simon® by Milton Bradley, but with a more options and two ways to play. It runs under Windows. If you have a sound card, it will make sounds as you play. I've not tested it extensively and I can't promise it will work : in other words, install at your own risk. Be sure to read the instructions from the Help menu : How To Play

How To Separate Tracks from an MP3 File of a whole CD using MP3DirectCut (freeware)

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Quick Guide (text file)

Coming sometime...


AlphaCheck v.1.1

Spelling Bee Trainer v.1.18