All this software: a game, some utilities, some PocketC references,
are offered as E-Mail-Me-Ware: if you use it PLEASE WRITE me at
kirk_pocketc at alienbill dot com
it makes my efforts feel appreciated, and since these programs
are all lightly documented, I will be happy to answer any questions.
Everything except the Windows
program is downloadable in text form: simply copy from the browser and
paste into your Pilot Desktop program.
A tune composer that uses actual musical notation to record melodies
and then play them back. For whole notes to sixteenth notes, sharps to
flats, it's in there. Still in it's early stages, however. Future
features should include:
3 Memos: |
Memo1 Memo2 Memo3
Pocket JoustPong 0.7
A highly playable, configurable one-player arcade action game,
written for PocketC in a single memo! One player Pong
with Joust's "flap" button for control- the computer opponent plays a
decent but far from perfect game. (Inspired by conversation on the
BitmapBuddy is a Bitmap maker for PocketC with a built-in on-Pilot editor.
It allows the user to edit a bitmap and then
generates the corresponding "string bits" parameter for
the PocketC "bitmap()" function.
V0.5 speeds up the final string printing, as well as adding load
BMP2Hex (for Windows)
A Windows-based cousin of Bitmap Buddy:
Converts standard Windows .BMP files into
the corresponding "string bits" parameter of
the PocketC "bitmap()" function. (Because it's written
in Visual Basic it requires VBRUN300.DLL, available Here, but that file may be
on your system already.)
Possibly the shortest useful PocketC program. (Blatantly ripped off
from a description of a similar program). Makes your Palm's screen black,
which makes it a much more reflective surface.
UPDATED for PocketC 3.61
I usually don't bother to have a "DOC" reader on my Palm PDA,
so I had to convert the PocketC Function Reference to
MemoPad format. The "full version" takes up 4 Memos, but I managed
to get a quick reference (which I find more useful, now that I'm
familiar with most of the commands) in a single Memo, that contains
summaries of all the input and output parameters.
Quick Reference |
Memo 1 Memo 2
Memo 3 Memo 4