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Curver Tracer in C on DOC platform !

, 3 Jun 2003
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This Software is to show what C and DOS can offer wrt Windows. It's a classic software!
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Curver Tracer is written completely in C on DOS platform. I had written it during my engineering degree around 6 years back. I thought of putting it on as I consider it as one my best creations. One must see it to believe on what I am saying. There is a readme file kept with the source code. Readme contains the software usage information. Software can still be used to educate engineers and science students on mathematical curves and their behaviours.

Features in brief:

1. Supports mouse in graphics mode. UI is some what similar to that of these days Windows OS. Also, has window-based interfaces in text mode.

2. Can trace any damn mathematical equation that ever existed in this universe. Supports upto 4 user defined polynomial curves at a time.

3. Has a inbuilt standard curve library too (thats a supplement).

Note: I am sorry as i couldn't give any explanation of the source code. I think thats not needed also as ppl hardly use DOS these days. This article is just to give the readers a view of what can be done with such a basic tool like C on DOS. 


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Generalwicked PinmemberChopper6-Jun-03 0:00 
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GeneralRE: &quot;Can trace any damn mathematical equation that ever existed in this universe&quot; PinsussAnonymous4-Jun-03 7:37 
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