
194 files in total in this section.
3to4Crypt Version 2.zip by Chuck Mire (Rate this file/View comments) 
A Windows executable with an improved interface for better feedback to the user on the home screen. Progress is now shown when Expanding or Contracting a large file so the user knows how much time remains. New ability to display any binary file or data with Control Characters turned OFF (so they don't disrupt the display) with A HIDDEN choice from the Main Menu: [Ctrl][V]. Choose [V] from the Main Menu to display any file or data with the Control Characters turned ON. The zip file contains the source code, the Windows executable, and a PDF with illustrative screen shots of the program in action. 
Source included  QB64  1.06 MB  602 downloads
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3to4Crypt.zip by Chuck Mire (Rate this file/View comments) 
A super powerful rendition of my old 324&423 program because it is now a standalone Windows (not DOS) executable that was compiled in QB64 and so does NOT have the limitations of Quick Basic  such as a string length of just 32,767 bytes! QB64 offers some awesome possibilities that I am just now exploring. The interface is selfexplanatory, so if you need a review of what it can accomplish, review my 324&423.zip (search for Chuck Mire) or just try it out. However, this version does NOT have the limitations that are in the text file of my old program. Remember, if you do multiple Expansions (encryption) of data or a file, you must do the same multiple Contractions (decryption) in the REVERSE order to successfully decrypt the data or file. I recently discovered an additional ability of this program after I uploaded the zip file. To see this additional ability, link to another place that I post: http://www.qb64.net/forum/index.php?topic=11863.msg113120#msg113120 and read the explanation I wrote. 
Source included  QB64  380.53 KB  1948 downloads
 Rating: 10/10 (10 votes)

A Fast Logarithm Algorithm II.zip by Chuck Mire (Rate this file/View comments) 
A Fast Logarithm Algorithm, Version II, is a Windows executable that increases the accuracy of the number base e and pi to 16 digits of precision. Also added is the number base phi accurate to 16 digits of precision. The screen interface is slightly improved by showing the values of e, pi, or phi on screen whenever chosen as a number base. 
Source included  QB64  369.68 KB  123 downloads
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A Fast Logarithm Algorithm.zip by Chuck Mire (Rate this file/View comments) 
While researching using the Internet on the different algorithms used for calculating logarithms, I found an article in PDF form that gave an extremely fast binary [number base 2] algorithm. It was intriguing because it only used the four basic functions of math  addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. I experimented and found out that with minimal modifications the algorithm could be modified to calculate logarithms in any number base. The results appear to be quite accurate to many decimal places. The attached zip file contains the Windows executable, the source code and a PDF with the link to the online PDF, the original algorithm, my modifications [in pseudo code] which allow for easy transcription into any computer coding language, and screen shots of my program. 
Source included  QB64  695.87 KB  135 downloads
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A Timer.zip by Chuck Mire (Rate this file/View comments) 
Set this timer for any combination of hours and/or minutes and/or seconds. The timer can be paused and resumed when running by hitting the <Spacebar>. The current timer can be restarted to allow different settings by hitting <Esc> when running. The screen shot examples in the included PDF show the program while running with different settings. 
Source included  QB64  699.83 KB  478 downloads
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Aggregate Summation Of Number Series.zip by Chuck Mire (Rate this file/View comments) 
This Windows executable will aggregate the sum of a series of numbers, starting from anywhere and ending anywhere. The series of numbers can be incremented by 1, 2 or any other incrementation. IF the increment is 1 or 2, then there are three (3) separate formulas that can compute the total rather than summing the numbers by adding them onebyone. If the increment is 1, the formula computes ALL the numbers in the series. If the increment is 2 and the start is an EVEN number, the formula computes all the EVEN numbers in the series. If the increment is 2 and the start is an ODD number, the formula computes all the ODD numbers in the series. These formulas give an instant result and are quite useful for very large series. One of the choices in the Windows executable is to display the stepbystep "walk through" of all of the formulas. This allows a user with the skill to do the computation on a simple calculator which can then be checked with the Windows executable. The attached zip file contains the Windows executable, the source code, and a PDF with several screen shots that show the program in action. 
Source included  QB64  742.17 KB  147 downloads
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Antilog Calculator.zip by Chuck Mire (Rate this file/View comments) 
Anilog Calculator is a Windows executable that is used either in conjunction with my program, A Fast Logarithm Algorithm.exe, OR by itself for the calculations of powers and roots of numbers. There are two variables to input: [1] An Analog to be converted and [2] The Number (or Number Base) for the conversion. The formula for all computations is just: Number ^ Antilog. The program allows for either OR both variables to be input by the keyboard OR by pasting the required data into the program from the Windows Clipboard. Prompts guide the user appropriately. When the data is sent to the Windows Clipboard, the user then pastes it into Windows Notepad for extraction of just the appropriate data. The zip file contains the Windows executable, the source code, and a PDF with screen shots and examples. 
Source included  QB64  629.97 KB  122 downloads
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Any File To Circle Degrees.zip by Chuck Mire (Rate this file/View comments) 
360 Degrees in a Circle / 256 ASCII Characters = 1.40625 Degrees per ASC Value. FROM FILEBYTE TO CIRCLE DEGREES: Degrees! = ASC(Byte$) * 1.40625; Degree$ = MKS$(Degrees!) = 4bytes. & FROM CIRCLE DEGREES TO FILEBYTE: Degrees! = CVS(Degree$); ASCII! = Degrees! / 1.40625; ASCII$ = CHR$(ASCII!). The zip file contails the Windows executable and the source code. 
Source included  QB64  370.06 KB  503 downloads
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ASCII Babel.zip by Chuck Mire (Rate this file/View comments) 
A Windows executable screensaver that shows a random flickering of a cascading babel of colorful ASCII characters. The opening screen allows the selection of a "HotKey" to Enter/Exit the program and also shows the reserved keys: <+> to speed up; and <> to slow down the flickering ASCII characters. If any other key is hit while within the program, then an overlay appears that shows the Year, the Time, and the Countdown timer to the end of the day at midnight  all displayed in decimal, binary and hexidecimal. I wrote and used this program when Windows 98SE and 56 baud dialup modems were "state of the art". I would launch it when I left my desk at work for coffee or lunch when I had sensitive data on the screen. Since the "HotKey" was case sensitive and could even be set in conjunction with the function keys and/or dual keys using <ctrl> or <alt>, it was effective in keeping prying eyes blind. 
Source included  QB64  472.22 KB  1555 downloads
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ASCII to Binary.zip by Chuck Mire (Rate this file/View comments) 
A Windows executable whose purpose is to convert any ASCII file into a â€œBinaryâ€ file. This increases the stored file to eight times its size since each one byte of an ASCII file is eight bytes of the â€œBinaryâ€ file's â€œ1â€s and â€œ0â€s which can be considered as eight bits of an ASCII file. This is the maximum granularity for sensitive text; and this â€œBinaryâ€ file can first be scrambled, then converted back to an ASCII file that is, once again, back to its original 1/8th size. Next, this scrambled file can optionally be encrypted using one of the many encryption programs that are available. The zip file contains the source code, the Windows executable and a PDF with a couple of screen shots. 
Source included  QB64  574.21 KB  542 downloads
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Asymmetrical Encryption.zip by Chuck Mire (Rate this file/View comments) 
This is a Windows standalone executable that was compiled in QB64. AsymmetricLength Encryption Using a"Spread Spectrum" of Bytes and Random Number Bases. GET: 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5Bytes converted into Random NumberBases. PUT: 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6Bytes, respectively, as Characters in Number Base256. Decryption can either be done to a file or to the screen. To further explain the algorithm, read the included Asymmetrical Encryption Concept.pdf and run the included Asymmetrical Encryption Concept.exe, which is a simulation showing how the encryption works. Also, see my video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gHK6Qgy2YLQ and read the notes there also. 
Source included  QB64  858.14 KB  1673 downloads
 Rating: 10/10 (1 votes)

AWC or SWB a Base10 Number File.zip by Chuck Mire (Rate this file/View comments) 
AWC or SWB a Base10 Number File.exe is made to encrypt/decrypt a large Base10 file. It uses the exact same encryption and decryption algorithm as my program, Text to Encrypted Base10.exe (Add Without Carrying and Subtract Without Borrowing). The encrypted Base10 file is the same exact length as the unencrypted Base10 File. The zip file contains the Windows executable, the source code and a text file with the links to the programs that convert files to a Base10 Number and then convert them back to a normal file. 
Source included  QB64  373.92 KB  485 downloads
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AWC or SWB Any File.zip by Chuck Mire (Rate this file/View comments) 
With a slight modification of the code and algorithm used in my program, AWC or SWB a Base10 Number File, this version will encrypt and decrypt any file by using all of the 256 ASCII Characters. 
Source included  QB64  372.36 KB  458 downloads
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B4TAXES.EXE by Martin VandenHurk (Rate this file/View comments) 
Lost your store merchandise/service receipt but know the final sale amount? Backtrack from the total sale amount paid after taxes, back to the amount BEFORE taxes were added. You only need the percentage of the sales tax. 
Source included  QB64  655.5 KB  292 downloads
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Backwards File Writer.zip by Chuck Mire (Rate this file/View comments) 
Backwards File Writer.exe is a Windows executable that will read any existing file and write it to a new file  Backwards. If you read the created "Backwards file" in the program and save it to a new "Forwards file", the process is reversed and the "Forwards file" is the same as the original file that you started with. The zip file contains the Windows executable and the source code. 
Source included  QB64  369.17 KB  517 downloads
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Base 10 to Negative Base.zip by Chuck Mire (Rate this file/View comments) 
Base 10 to Negative Base Convertor.exe will convert a positive or negative Base 10 integer into an integer in a negative number base between 2 and 20,000. The zip file contains the Windows executable, the source code, and a PDF with a detailed explanation including multiple screen shots. 
Source included  QB64  1.06 MB  640 downloads
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Base10 Integer to Balanced Tern.zip by Chuck Mire (Rate this file/View comments) 
Base10 Integer to Balanced Ternary is a Windows executable. Balanced Ternary is a Base3 Number System that uses 1, 0, and +1 for its symbols instead of 0, +1, and +2. A letter is substituted for 1 such as the letter "T" or "Z". In my program, I used the symbol set Z, 0, and 1. Whether the Base10 Integer is positive or negative, when converted to Balanced Ternary, the results incorporate the sign. Unlike a binary value which signified Yes/No or On/Off the Balanced Ternary allows for a third choice: Yes/No or On/Off PLUS a third value such as "Undetermined". The zip file contains the Windows executable, the source code and a PDF explaining the algorithm as well as screen shots. 
Source included  QB64  1.33 MB  510 downloads
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Base10 Number to AnyBase Conve.zip by Chuck Mire (Rate this file/View comments) 
Base10 Number to AnyBase Converter will convert Base10 Numbers (short or long) into any base from Base2 through Base21,000,000 using "Radix Base Number" Notation. Then it will convert the "Radix Base Number" Notation back into the Base10 Number it represents. The program is fully explained in the included PDF which contains details on the theory, the algorithm, notes. and 14 screen shots. Also included is a text file contains an interesting exercise to try. 
Source included  QB64  1.33 MB  1991 downloads
 Rating: 10/10 (5 votes)

Base10 To Roman Numerals.zip by Chuck Mire (Rate this file/View comments) 
This Windows program uses and includes both algorithms: Base10 to Roman Numerals & Roman Numerals to Base10. Invalid entries are flagged and/or corrected to ensure accurate results that can be copied to the Windows Clipboard. The zip file contains the Windows executable, the source code and a PDF with four documenting screen shots. 
Source included  QB64  719.52 KB  416 downloads
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Base256 File To Base10 File & .zip by Chuck Mire (Rate this file/View comments) 
Base256 File to Base10 File & Base10 File to Base256 File (Two Programs). A file may be thought of as a very large ASCII Base256 number. My two programs will convert a file to a very large Base10 number and then convert that very large Base10 Number back into the original file. If the file is of a moderate size, the conversion to a Base10 number will be quite rapid. However, for a very large file, the conversion to a Base10 number can take several hours. The attached Zip File contains the Source Code for both programs, the Windows compiled executables, a PDF (with screen shots) that details the correct use of the programs, and the following Base10 Number text files: The Machine Stops  E.M. Forster.html In Base10.txt (221,202 bytes); The Library of Babel  Borges.html In Base10.txt (49,853 bytes); Source Code.zip In Base10.txt (8,089 bytes) 
Source included  QB64  1.09 MB  1834 downloads
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Base256 File To Base10 File (M.zip by Chuck Mire (Rate this file/View comments) 
Base256 File to Base10 File (Modified). I was not happy with my original version of this program because, if the program was stopped before the Base10 File conversion was completed, the conversion was aborted and nothing was saved. This meant that to succeed with a very large file, the program had to run without stopping for several hours. This has been fixed. I can now start a conversion on a very large file, stop, and resume by restarting the program as many times as necessary. The solution was quite simple and the details are in a text file included in the attached zip file that also contains the modified source code and the compiled Windows executable. There was NO CHANGE in the second program, Base10 File to Base256 File, so it should still be downloaded from my original posted Zip File. 
Source included  QB64  374.76 KB  2033 downloads
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Bell Triangle Number Sequence.zip by Chuck Mire (Rate this file/View comments) 
For an explanation, go here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bell_triangle The zip file contains the Windows full screen executable, the source code, and two example screenshots. 
Source included  QB64  377.64 KB  330 downloads
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Big Addition & Subtraction.zip by Chuck Mire (Rate this file/View comments) 
This Windows program uses the same interface as my programs: Big Division and Big Multiplication. It can calculate very large integer addition and subtraction. Addition is done by just entering two numbers. If one of the numbers is negative, then subtraction is done. If both of the numbers are negative, then negative addition is done. The keyboard input for both numbers is not limited to 255 digits because the INPUT$ function was used instead of LINE INPUT. The results can be copied to the Windows Clipboard  formatted with commas and showing the number of digits for each variable. The attached zip file contains the Windows executable and the source code. 
Source included  QB64  377.97 KB  338 downloads
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Big Calculator.zip by Chuck Mire (Rate this file/View comments) 
Big Calculator, a Windows executable which calculates large numbers exactly and very rapidly. For example, check out the attached screenshot.jpg to find out the answer to a random calculation: 29 ^ 379. It is a 555digit number. Another very large number is 2000! (factorial). The answer has 5736 digits. Copy any answer to the Windows clipboard. Handles addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, exponential and factorial calculations. It is not necessary to use commas with the numbers. The program places them automatically as needed. The attached zip file contains the Windows executable, the source code and the above mentioned screenshot. 
Source included  QB64  429.47 KB  1887 downloads
 Rating: 10/10 (2 votes)

Big Division.zip by Chuck Mire (Rate this file/View comments) 
This program can calculate very large integer division. The keyboard input for the dividend and the divisor is not limited to 255 digits because the INPUT$ function was used instead of LINE INPUT. The results can be copied to the Windows Clipboard  formatted with commas and showing the number of digits for each variable. The attached zip file contains the Windows executable, the source code, and a one page PDF with screen shots. 
Source included  QB64  550.6 KB  357 downloads
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Big Multiplication.zip by Chuck Mire (Rate this file/View comments) 
This program can calculate very large integer multiplication. The keyboard input for the multiplicand and the multiplier is not limited to 255 digits because the INPUT$ function was used instead of LINE INPUT. The results can be copied to the Windows Clipboard  formatted with commas and showing the number of digits for each variable. The attached zip file contains the Windows executable, the source code, and a one page PDF with screen shots. 
Source included  QB64  563.52 KB  346 downloads
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Binary Clock.zip by Chuck Mire (Rate this file/View comments) 
Binary Clock is a Windows executable screensaver that prompts for a "Hot Key" to Enter and Exit. The "Hot Key" can be any key (Case Sensitive!) or any combination of keys by using either the <ctrl> or <alt> with another key. As soon as the "Hot Key(s)" is entered, the display switches to full screen mode and ignores any key other than the "Hot Key(s)" to exit. Otherwise, it is exactly the same format as my QB64 Small Binary Clock that I previously uploaded. The time displayed is in 24hour format. The binary values of each circle are as follows (from bottom to top): 1, 2, 4, and 8. For each lit circle in a column you add up the appropriate values. Watch how it updates exactly at midnight when all the circles are suddenly not lit. 
Source included  QB64  368.51 KB  1097 downloads
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Binary or Hexadecimal Quipu.zip by Chuck Mire (Rate this file/View comments) 
The inspiration for this Windows executable program was the Inca Quipu which was their recorded language done with knotted strings with meaning that could only be interpreted by their priests who answered to the ruler. My interpretation is to use the digital language of binary and hexadecimal symbols that are such a part of our everyday life in the 21st Century. The zip file contains the Windows executable, the source code, and a PDF with a complete explanation of the program's features including several screen shots. NOTE: The zip file is corrupted. Get it from here instead: http://www.qb64.net/forum/index.php?topic=13836.msg120032#msg120032 
Source included  QB64  0 B  454 downloads
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Binary or Hexadecimal Quipu.zip by Chuck Mire (Rate this file/View comments) 
The inspiration for this Windows executable program was the Inca Quipu which was their recorded language done with knotted strings with meaning that could only be interpreted by their priests who answered to the ruler. My interpretation is to use the digital language of binary and hexadecimal symbols that are such a part of our everyday life in the 21st Century. The zip file contains the Windows executable, the source code, and a PDF with a complete explanation of the program's features including several screen shots. NOTE: The zip file is corrupted. Get it from here instead: http://www.qb64.net/forum/index.php?topic=13836.msg120032#msg120032 
Source included  QB64  0 B  427 downloads
 Rating: 0/10 (0 votes)

Binary Panel.zip by Chuck Mire (Rate this file/View comments) 
A simulation of two toggleswitched 8bit binary panels for addition and subtraction with a 9bit panel for results. The only keys used are: [Enter] to start/restart the program; [Up Arrow] to set a positive number panel; [Down Arrow] to set a negative number panel; [1] to SET a bit; [0] to NOT SET a bit; and [Esc] to restart the program from anywhere within the program as well as to exit the program. The math for the binary panel is done with bit logic using simulated XOR, AND, & OR digital gates.The zip file contains the Windows executable and the source code. 
Source included  QB64  381.97 KB  1258 downloads
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