Category: C Programming

New year, new game: Escape

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Although I started coding this game in 2011, I’ll make it the first project 2012 for me. 😉 But what exactly is this “Escape” game? Well, escape is a simple dungeon game where the goal is to find the key and exit of each level as fast as you can. The faster you are, the more score […]


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Something like a /dev/zero on windows

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As long as there is no device like the /dev/zero from unix on windows and no other alternative build in (or at least I don’t any), I decided (also out of some boredom) to write a tiny C program providing such functionality. With the DevZero program you can create files of a given size of […]


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Chat Server in C – Windows port

It’s only a few days ago, that Rasco published his Chat server in C. With the first view to the code I noticed that it’s a unix only code, but it does not has to be and so I decided to port the program to the Windows platform. It was only a change of a […]


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Chat Server in C

Hi once again! While doing some homework for my TechGI4 course (http://www.tkn.tu-berlin.de/) during the last semester, I got carried away and expanded my work to a little chat server. It is designed to support telnet clients, so I didn’t have to write my own client, because most operating systems have a telnet client. It’s not […]


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