# Explore projects

• ## RAX / yeet-lang

YEET Electronic Education Tool language for the YEET

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• ## Mark Wheelhouse / wacc_c_sample

provided files for the WACC project (in C)

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• ## rh4318 / unid

UnID or Unified Identification is a smart way of storing and sharing just the data you need to use, through your phone, a special card or a web server. It should provide convenience and security through the use of blockchains.

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• ## blockchain-hack18 / unid

UnID or Unified Identification is a smart way of storing and sharing just the data you need to use, through your phone, a special card or a web server. It should provide convenience and security through the use of blockchains.

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• ## Nicolas D'Cotta / tempExercises

temporal project where I do my unassessed haskell exercises

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• ## Edoardo Giaimo / StackVM

A stack-based interpreted programming language in C.

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• ## LB-public-repos / sensys-2018

Code and Results for the poster submitted at Sensys 2018

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• ## Edoardo Giaimo / Quadricottero

A RC quadcopter flight controller for Arduino with an Android client

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• ## Alexandros Tasos / pintos-skeleton

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Provided files for the 1920 Pintos lab exercise

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• ## Mark Wheelhouse / pintos-skeleton

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Provided files for the 1920 Pintos lab exercise

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• ## Sheth, Dilan / pintos-skeleton

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Provided files for the 1920 Pintos lab exercise

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• ## Polatkan, Alptug / pintos-skeleton

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Provided files for the 1920 Pintos lab exercise

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• ## Duncan White / pancake-numbers

Pancake numbers are an obscure number theory sequence, defined as:

pancake(n) = smallest number of "pancake stack flips" to get the worst case stack-of-n-pancakes sorted. p(1)=0; p(2)=1 [casse ba], p(3)=3]; p(18) unknown

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• ## Thomas Heinis / opencv342

BSD 3-Clause "New" or "Revised" License
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• ## Gallagher, Liam / multicore-pintos

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Provided files for the 1920 Pintos lab exercise

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• ## Duncan White / modular-c-experiment

In LinkedIn's Plain Old C Programming group in , John Coloccia asked about whether "namespaces" would be a good idea for C. He explained that he meant some form of modularity, and I thought I've have a play - this is the result! A module generator!

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• ## Duncan White / mini-list-flattening

A cutdown version of part2 of my mailing list flattening C example, a specialised form of the general "computing transitive closures of a directed graph" method

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