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One day I've decided to learn C#. Pretty cool language I must say. Here are some application I've made in Visual Studio 2003 (by the way, they all require .NET framework to work):

Links catcher: When you copy a link, the application will catch it and convert into complete html <a> tag. So by coping: ClipboardLinks.exe will return <a href="">link</a>. You can later save the list to a text file. Read the "readme.txt".

File renamer: Set a destination folder in the config file "config.cfg" and then run the application. Each file will be renamed to format specified in the Renamer.exe itself. Read the "readme.txt".

Episodes counter: Quite frankly it is just a file counter but since I use it only for one purpose... . Application will read the destination folder and count all files of selected file-type.


First time ever I've learned C++ was actually on university and even thought I've never used it before I did manage to create two pretty cool applications that I really like (can't live without them):

Random desktop wallpaper picker: In short, you pick a folder (or folders - there is no limit) with tons of images and "WallChanger" will pick one at random. It comes as a Visual Studio 2003 project + EXE files. More info in the "readme.txt".

Windows Assistant "Wina": Cute little elf girl that will sit on currently selected window. Right click on her to see some settings for that window (for example: make it transparent or force it to always be on top). Only EXE file included + readme.txt.


Some projects I've made for Java classes while studying on the university.

At the end of the first year everyone had to make their own unique application. I've decided to make a very basic 3D game, in which you dodge incoming obstacles. Jar file can be downloaded here:

On the second year we were required to make a game while studying about Java in mobile devices. The one I've made is here: It requires Netbeans + NetBeans Mobility Pack.

For the final year we were again required to make our own unique application in Java. This time based on picked subject - I've made a webcam monitor with image filters. The source code is here: It's packed as Netbeans project. Requires JMF.