This is new page. I will publish here my programs that are not a part
of particular project.
On that page there is advice how to do interesting things, mainly in
Wind - my GUI which looks like
Windows95. Written in C++ for computer science classes in Czacki High
Biorhythms 4.0 - program
for drawing biorhythms written in Wind GUI. It was written for
computer science classes in my high school. You can also read documentation
Waves and Vibrations - small programs demonstrating physics things.
Written in GUI.
NoNameLib - this is a
template library whish provides many data structures and demonstrates
what can be done with templates. All code was optimized both for
execution speed and the universality and scalability of model. That
means that the same structures implemented without templates would not
be faster. The complexity is moved to compile-time. It has many
leftovers from earlier versions of Borland C++ (esp. 3.1), but now
some of the units only compile under the newest compilers (some of
them are so complex they do not compile at all (I get compiler
internal errors). Generally it compiles under g++, but sometimes there
are internal errors, not everywhere the typename clauses are added,
and sometimes there are run-time errors. Info file is here.
My headers and source files,
which I use in most of my programming. If you want to compile some
piece of my code, you should first download these.
TMarDBGrid - descendant of TSMDBGrid with language strings in
MarFields package - descendants of field classes for making calculated
fields modifiable and optionally buffer new values in
MarBDEFields - add numbered records support for BDE datasets
MarADOFields - make use of ADOs AbsolutePosition property
TState4CheckBox - checkbox which can have unchecked grayed value
TLineChart - draws a chart with a number of lines, auto scaling
TPaint3D - simple renderer of sets of triangles
You can download all packages in this file.
To compile, you will also probably need my header
Here are programs which I wrote in QBasic, QuickBasic and Turbo Basic
when I was in 8th grade of primary school - I was approximately 14. I
started to write programs earlier, but I had a ZX Spectrum computer
before, and I have no time to transfer them to PC. I don't think you will
find something very useful in this section, but those programs are of a
big value to me - they remind me my first computer and the time I spent writing
All programs are with sources. All in polish. All are freewere, even if
it is stated differently in documentation.
Biorhythms 3 (141KB) - a version of Biorhythms written in QBasic.
Unfortunately, unfinished, but it had a great future then - it
supported all graphic cards, and was to have many options. My biggest
project in Basic.
Daty (56KB) - program for reminding
about important cyclic dates, like birthdays, and other anniversaries.
Also short help is available.
Równia (124KB) - a program
I wrote for phisics classes at Czacki High School. It can read data
through Centronics port from some special device, which senses the
speed of some object. Then the data are transformed, and my program
can present them i a pretty way. Many options available, and couple of
sample data included to load and view.
Haszak (46KB)- HASłowe
Zabezpieczenie Komputera - a small program for securing your computer
with password. One of my first programs, so it is pretty old by now.
You can view an overview.
Śnieg (40KB) - a simulation of snow on
a monitor. It looks really pretty cool. It was supposed to be a screen
saver for Dos Navigator.