Gary Warren Source Code Library


License: Freeware
Downloads: 3
Op. System: Windows 98/Me/NT
Last updated: 2009-02-23
File size: 729 KB
Publisher: Ian Pegler
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SCL2000 is a 32bit Windows application compatible with Win95/98/NT, the program has spent the last 12 months in development and testing, so don't be surprised to find that SCL2000 is probably one of the fastest and most stable Windows application you've ever used, this passive program will not make any changes to your system configuration other than uninstall info, it's easy to use and just as easy to get rid of, although I can't imagine why you would want to. Code Browser (over 215 source code examples) SCL2000 opens with the Code Browser multi view window, from here you can select and view example source code, run the code in your default browser and open one of four code wizards, other features include the Auto Clip Board, Quick Page Creator, Single File Viewer and an Example Copier that will copy the example code files to a user folder so you can alter and run the new code using the File Creator. n the File creator window you can open code copied from the Code Browser, create your own code examples using one of nine user defined custom codes, save the file using one of ten preset file formats, create a quick html page, print the code, open and insert code from one of the four code wizards, open and insert code from the Auto Clip Board, run it in your default browser and all at a click of a button. Meta Wizard Used to create your own custom Meta tags that can be saved as default, you can also load a Meta tag example that shows you how to create your own tags, the code can then be copied to the Clip Board or inserted into the File Creator. Colour Wizard This wizard lists all of the 140 browser safe colours it also has the ability to select any custom colour from a windows 16bit colour palette and displays the code in four formats, Name, hexadecimal, RGB and Decimal. (ActiveX controls and Applets) .

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