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WhiteNoise v1.0
Displays TV like static across the computer monitor
Rating: 3 (Cute, and was used for computer language ability testing)
Project Time: 5/20/02-June 2002: 4-5
Languages: C, VB6
Requirements: VB Runtimes
Downloads: Binary Source (See any updates below for prior versions)
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Originally used for a senior English project in high school (which I may put up later), I ended up turning it into a computer language speed comparison
This was a test between Visual Basic and C++ compilers. It is a simple static generator. VB was real quirky to get working due to its forced signed numbers and the limits of its random (Rnd) function.

Click (or in C version hit any key) to exit

LanguageSpeed (FPS on my laptop [dual core 2.0ghz])
VB (Executable) 43-45
VB (Inside the development atmosphere...) 54-56
C 624-626


Visual Basic Application (Upper left corner contains the FPS)
TV Snow
VB Runtimes not required for C version
Dakusan License v2.0 @ 2009-11-04 16:06:57 - Download

I have updated the licensing information across the board for my website and all its projects to the Dakusan License v2.0, a slightly modified version of the Original BSD License.

The Copyright page and all project downloads have been updated accordingly.

Added Readme files to all project downloads @ 2009-09-19 05:35:19

Binary and source zip downloads for all Projects now have readme files in them, except as mentioned below.

This only applies to the Draw Image Project in Web Scripts, and not the Directory Manager project (The only project zip file now without a readme).

White Noise v1.0 @ 2008-06-03 08:27:37 - Download
Version 1.0 uploaded and description finished.

v1.0 Source
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