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The place where you can get, errr... stuff... for free!
Currently available free stuff:-
|Link to free thing's page||Short description of free thing|
||A lightweight VNC Client for Windows.|
||They said it couldn't be done! (well actually, they said it shouldn't be done, but let's not split hairs). A Sinclair ZX Spectrum emulator, written entirely in Visual BASIC! Full source code and FAQ available.|
||Hot on the heels of the Speccy emulator, is an emulation of the Spectrum's older brother, the ZX81. It uses the same, hyper-inefficient, Visual BASIC core as vbSpec, but due to differences in the display hardware and processor speed of the ZX81, this happily runs at full speed on a 133MHz Pentium or better. Full source code available.|
||QuoteRight is a small Windows utilty that reformats an unbroken paragraph of text in the Windows clipboard into a form suitable for 'quoting' in an e-mail message or news. That is, lines are split into a user-definable length without breaking individual words, and a quote character (typically '>') is placed at the start of each line.|
||SnapList takes a Sinclair ZX Spectrum "snapshot" file as input and converts any BASIC program code it contains into a plain text file for editing/printing. Full C source code is provided, along with binaries for Windows and Linux platforms.|
||ZXText2P is an open-source command line utility that takes a text file containing a ZX81 BASIC program, and turns it into a ".P" file suitable for loading into your favourite ZX81 or TS1000 emulator, thus making the process of writing ZX81 BASIC programs much less painful! Full C source code and binaries for Windows, Linux and DOS are available.|
Please note: This free stuff is provided "as is" with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY. Basically, if it works for you then by all means use it - if it doesn't, feel free to let us know, but please don't expect a resolution.
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