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Kyrathaba's Christian Prayer Minder v1.0.7.3

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129 downloads as of 02/05/12

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on DonationCoder

Featured on i-newswire.com, this program allows you to create, save, edit, re-save prayers. Prayers that are saved can have a title, author, and multiple text tags associated with them, for later searching. Upon loading a previously saved prayer, an "Answers" textbox field becomes available to you, in which you can journal how God has answered that prayer, to date. Use it it give Him thanks for his faithfulness and providence! Although not available in v1.0.7.3, future versions will allow the user to set prompts to be reminded at certain times to pray. The program contains lots of great information about various aspects of prayer, including group prayer, prayer and fasting, and many more. You can, optionally, password a particular author's prayer files, such that without entering the appropriate password, no files can be created with that author's name, or loaded from file if that author created them.

Features:

    * pray at the speed of typing (for me, that's about 85 wpm)
    * enter author, and any related tags to help in future searches (or omit them)
    * main form features fantastic background images, many of them by J. R. Bell
    * twelve fore-/back-color schemes for the "My Prayers" panel
    * option to launch application when Windows starts
    * ten in-depth articles on prayer-related topics
    * articles on spiritual disciplines, and the Biblical plan of salvation
    * ability to print the article, or whatever portion of its text is selected
    * recommended further reading (some titles with accompanying URLs)
    * real-time filesystem watcher monitors for creation/deletion/renaming of prayer files
    * informative message-boxes
    * program uses index files to make searching for specific prayer files faster
    * warns user if they attempt to save a prayer file in a non-MyPrayers directory
    * error-trapping correctly detects and handles case where user attempts to load a 
	non-PrayerMinder file
    * click a Search result in ListBox to view its filename, lastModified date, path to file, 
	Author, and tags
    * double-click the Search result entry to load that prayer file
    * zero Registry footprint
    * you can now increase or decrease font size in the MyPrayers textbox by selecting your 
	desired font size in Options
    * three ways to exit application: close button, file menu, or Escape key
    * optional "Did You Know" dialog at program startup
    * search either by author and/or tags, using indexes (fast: on the order of milliseconds)
    * search within prayer file contents for a search phrase, returning all files that contain 
	that search phrase (slow: seconds, not milliseconds)
    * if you double-click a Search results listbox entry and it is the result of a 
	search-within-for-phrase Search, the search-phrase is highlighted when the prayer file is loaded
    * smart-saving removes any excess whitespace from the prayer before saving it	
	* removed some unneeded complexity in methods searchPrayers() and lstSearchResults_DoubleClick().
	* now, the lstSearchResults ListBox doesn't clear except when the "Begin Search" button or the 
	"Dismiss Search" button is clicked. That way, if a search returns multiple items in the ListBox, 
	you can return to the ListBox repeatedly and double-click on different entries in order to load 
	the associated prayer file
	* added a dropdown combobox control to the Search panel, to make it easy to select a Search mode. 
	Tested to ensure it works as expected. This change allowed me to cut several lines of code from 
	the searchPrayers() method.
	* added feature so that user can opt to assign a files backup directory (a DropBox subfolder, 
	for instance). As long as that directory remains assigned, the MyPrayers directory and the 
	backup directory will be kept in sync by the program. If they get out of sync while the program 
	isn't running, it will bring them back into sync the next time it's run.
	* you can now check the checkbox located below the Begin Search and Dismiss Search buttons, in 
	order to search within the actual prayer itself in each file, rather than by the associated 
	author and/or tags for each prayer file. Any prayer files that contain the search-phrase will 
	be added to the search listbox. If you double-click on one of those listbox items, not only is 
	that prayer file loaded, but the first occurrence of the search-phrase is selected.
	* context menu to print prayer from its entry textbox, or to print selection or export selection
	to file
	


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~4.95 Mb

Found Money v1.0.1.7

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This was a Coding Snack request fulfillment for DC member 'caddo'. The program allows you to keep track of money that you find -- under your car seat, in the washing machine, etc. Features record creation, saving, editing. I've also submitted this app as an entry in the 2012 NANY Competition.

  • save records of found/saved money
  • edit individual records if needed
  • intelligently query against all, or a selected subset, of records
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~385 Kb

Source Code Line Counter v1.0.1.3

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This is a source code line counter application for C, C#, XAML, C++, Java, Pascal/Delphi, Auto-It, AHK and VB source code files. Option to count or not-count comments and blank lines. Use standard folder-selection dialog, or drop folder on the listview. Automatically recounts when file extension is changed in the dropdown combo box. Automatically recounts when different top-level directory is dropped on listview. Ability to count files/lines across multiple top-level directories. Exclude object files if you want to do so. click for larger image

~330 Kb

Kyrathaba's Hangman

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This is version 1.0.4.6 of Kyrathaba's Hangman, the classic Hangman game with somewhat of the flavor of Wheel of Fortune. Solve regular and bonus puzzles, and try to beat the existing High Score.

Note: Although the actual executable is only 279 Kb in size, the inclusion of help files, sound files for audio cues, etc., conspire to raise the total download size to 843 Kb


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~843 Kb

KyrCrypt

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dedicated KyrCrypt page

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This is version 0.16 of KyrCrypt, a file encrypter/decrypter with a scheduler option. You can download the installer, for automated installation complete with optional desktop shortcut. Complete HTML Help is available. click for larger image

~507 Kb

Blackjack

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This started out as a Programming School assignment by mouser. This application won a Deluxe Badge, and was entered into the 2011 NANY event (see the third table entry here). For any developers out there, I'm also making the C# source code project available for download. While the program was in post-NANY-2011-submission development, there was a discussion thread for the program here. click for larger image

~427 Kb

Crocus Contacts

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on DonationCoder

alternate DC link

The program, as the name implies, stores information about your personal contacts. It's sort of like a digital rolodex. It allows you to store name, address, email, etc., plus a photograph of the person. You have the option of passwording the contact. Contacts are saved to disk in binary format, so only this program can open them. The program supports creating new contact files, opening existing contact files, browsing for and selecting a jpg photo, saving contacts to disk, and deleting existing contact files. A sample contact, "Dr. Beverly Crusher.crf" is included. Contact files have the CRF extension. Supports emailing contacts.

This download is the complete installer. It creates program group, file association, etc., using Inno Setup Builder.

This was my very first NANY submission, in the 2007 event.

This program has, as of 02/05/2012, been downloaded 648 times from this DC page, and 106 times from this downloading-counting link.

264 Kb

How Long Since?

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This is version 1.0.0.7 of How Long Since?, a tool for finding the time that has elapsed since a particular date-time; you set the name of the event, its description, and the exact date and time on which the event occurred. Clicking a given event in the listbox, you'll be presented with time elapsed since that date. This value updates each second. You can delete a particular item by double-clicking it in the listbox. You can edit the long description, date and time of an existing historical event (i.e., one already showing in the listbox). Just change those values using the appropriate textbox and DateTimePicker controls, then right-click the event in the listbox and use the context menu to save your changes to file. This utility can also add two timespans together. click for larger image

~318 Kb

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Screen Capture Demo

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This is simply a small executable demonstrating the capturing of the primary screen in a screenshot, using C#. This isn't a setup program. It's just the plain executable of the program. You'll need to have .NET 4.0 installed to run this program. click for larger image

~7.45 Kb

Fake But Scary

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This small program runs as a full-screen GUI that cannot be escaped using standard methods of doing so (such as Windows key, Ctrl-Escape combo, Ctrl-Alt-Del, etc.) It presents a screen that intimates that possibly illegal media files have been detected on the user's machine and that any illegal files will, momentarily, be deleted. It then pauses a few seconds (long enough for the user to have read the scary message and tried in vain to escape the program). Then, it proceeds to delete any files in the root of the user's My Pictures, My Music, and My Videos folders. It doesn't really delete them, but it runs through a series of deletion messages in a label, and a Progress Bar progresses convincingly. Hide this program on someone's Win XP/Vista/7 machine, figure some way to have it run when Windows loads or the user logs in (a batch file, or Windows Task Scheduler). Make sure to allow enough time for boot-up tasks to complete before this is displayed.

Victim's machine must have .NET 4 installed.

Caution: use responsibly; this means quickly informing your victim after the prank and helping remove the program from their system. This is a fun prank but should not be used maliciously.

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~22.5 Kb

Internet Connection Status Demo

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on DonationCoder

This C# project demonstrates testing for whether or not your internet connection is currently "up" or "down". click for larger image

~41.1 Kb

2x2 Text List Item Sorter

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Kyrathasoft's "2x2 List Sorter" is a program that accepts a text file. That text file must list an item on each line of the file, and that item cannot be longer than thirty characters. The program presents the user with a pair of buttons, and each button's text is set to one of the list items. By clicking one button or the other for each presented pair, the user indicates her item preference for that particular pair. The program continues to present pairs of items until, via its algorithms, the program determines the order of preferences for the entire list of items. The minimum number of button clicks required to achieve a sorted list is n-1, and the maximum possibly required clicks is (n-squared / 2) - (n / 2), where n is the number of items in the list. This program was written at the request of www.donationcoder.com user thancock20. kyrathasoft 2012 click for larger image

~10.4 Kb

Dominion Rules Character Creator 1.2 Version 1.2 of a program I started coding in August 2010. The program steps the user through the process of building a character for my Myth-weavers online roleplaying game. This is the raw EXE, along with the required ImapX.dll library, the help file PDF, and a readme.txt. If you have .NET v 4.0 installed, it should run fine. Just copy it into its own directory and run. 1.75 Mb
Simon Reminiscent of the old Simon game where you repeated the ever-lengthening pattern of colors -- often played against an opponent. This was one of my earliest C# efforts, and it shows. Not a great piece of code. Not even close. But it contains some useful code snippets, such as how to generate a random sequence, etc. 77 Kb
Family Tree This is an old VB6 application I wrote back in 2003. It uses a TreeView control that is populated from data drawn from a MDB database. It shows the last few generations of my family on the paternal side. 515 Kb
Lesson #1 of 2nd Tutorial Series This is the first lesson in my second C# tutorial series, "C# for the Somewhat Initiated". It contains not only the webpage-based shockwave presentation, but also the original DebugMode Wink 2.0 project files. 393 Kb
Lesson #2 of 2nd Tutorial Series This is the second lesson in my second C# tutorial series, "C# for the Somewhat Initiated". It contains not only the webpage-based shockwave presentation, but also the original DebugMode Wink 2.0 project files. 860 Kb
Object Serialization Demo Demonstrates how to use the C# language's ability to serialize a object instance to binary format on disk, and how to later deserialize the binary data, casting it back into an object instance of the same type. 29 Kb
Square Proximity Algorithm Demo Demonstrates the use of a square proximity algorithm. Draws squares on a form using some techniques from the Drawing.Drawing2D namespace. Also demonstrates how to open a particular directory folder using Windows Explorer. Some pretty useful code can be found herein. 46 Kb
Gradient Generating Program I've put a little utility program up on my little corner of DC. It allows the user to view different possibilities in the area of linear gradients with which to decorate Windows forms. The program allows the user to cycle through randomly generated gradients. If you find one you like, you can take a snapshot of it. Optionally, the snapshot can contain text showing exactly which two colors form the endpoints of the gradient. Different sizes are possible, and the program provides a quick shortcut to access the images subdirectory. There is a help file included that can be accessed from the main form. 26 Kb
Incomplete Tutorial series on programming an Adventure Game with C# This archive contains archived snapshots of the C# project files as they exist at various points in the game's development. There is a PDF document that gives explanatory information about design decisions and code rationale along the way. So far, 24 assignments have been completed with full source code and documentation. I have abandoned this particular project, but I'm leaving it available in case anyone wants to download it and peruse it. 1,348 Kb
Tutorials #1 to #5 An archive of the first five tutorials, plus a review of those lessons, in the "C# for the Completely Uninitiated" series. After downloading, extract the archive, keeping its directory structure intact. You can then access all the material via the index file (you must be connected to the Internet to access the sample solution source code listings for those programming assignments given in Tutorial #5 and in the Review). 6,916 Kb
Source Code Listings for Tutorial #5 and Review A listing of all the example programs utilized in Tutorial #5 and the Review of the first five tutorials. 59 Kb
Tutorial #6 An archive of Tutorial #6 in the "C# for the Completely Uninitiated" series. This tutorial covers if statements, switch statements, and while loops in C#. After downloading, extract the archive, keeping its directory structure intact. You can then open the kyrathaba_cs6.htm file. 3,432 Kb
Source Code Listings for Tutorial #6 A listing of all the example programs utilized in Tutorial #6. 3 Kb
Tutorial #7 An archive of Tutorial #7 in the "C# for the Completely Uninitiated" series. This tutorial covers strings and related things in quite some detail. After downloading, extract the archive, keeping its directory structure intact. You can then open the kyrathaba_cs7.htm file. 2,695 Kb
Source Code Listings for Tutorial #7 A listing of all the example programs utilized in Tutorial #7. 6 Kb
Tutorial #8 An archive of Tutorial #8 in the "C# for the Completely Uninitiated" series. This tutorial covers various types of arrays, and how to use foreach and nested for loops to work with their contents. After downloading, extract the archive, keeping its directory structure intact. You can then open the kyrathaba_cs7.htm file. 90 Kb
Source Code Listings for Tutorial #8 A listing of all the example programs utilized in Tutorial #8. 3 Kb
Quiz Maker This program, written in C#, uses the .NET Framework 2.0 and can create 10-, 20-, or 30-item quizzes, with multiple choice answers A, B, C, and D. Optionally, a quiz can be passworded so that anyone without the password can only open the quiz file in the testing mode, to take the quiz and be scored. For those quiz files that are passworded, supplying the correct password allows you to open the quiz in the editor mode and make modifications. Quiz files are saved in binary format and are around 3 Kb in size. They have a *.qzz extension. This program is freeware/donationware. Do with it as you wish. 20 Kb
Quiz #1 The quiz file for Tutorial #1 of the "C# for the Completely Uninitiated" series 2 Kb
Quiz #2 The quiz file for Tutorial #2 of the "C# for the Completely Uninitiated" series 2 Kb

 


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