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A program that separates a text file by 16 parts, and uses a 16-thread approach to count the words.
This creates the old-school looking weather channel that was common on Winnipeg cable TV into the 1990s.
github.io website for me
Simple Jeopardy implementation with over 200,000 questions.
Search through a dir of PDFs for regex, rename pdf to the regex found
A small Python RPG, focused on RPG elements like battle and grinding
Communicate between various factions and races!
FaRF - Find and Replace Filenames
A spelling practice tool written in Python
100+ Python challenging programming exercises
Various output-formatting functions for Python console output
A script to install plex
Graphical nodal graph plotting with MatPlotlib
Source for Google Click to Deploy solutions listed on Google Cloud Marketplace.
My own personal watch, with relevant data and Megaman all over it :)
Listens for a phrase, sends it to the google voice API, and returns just the text.
Returns a boolean from user input based on truthiness/falseness of statement.
A guitar scale chart for many popular scales, modes, and keys.
a text search for 3 million troll tweets
Roll dice for your favorite game! All sides and quantity and roll amount of dice supported.
A piano tone selector script that will try to randomly output nice-sounding music.
A cheat sheet I use when using Github. I wrote it to learn it.
Random funny phrase maker.
Windows batch file which will export a bunch of useful information to a specified folder. This saved a lot of time during regular migration of PCs at my job.
An implementation of CRC32 in a unpopular Assembly language called "Irvine".