Games : Interactive Fiction : edit / delete

"Winner of the 1st Annual 2k Classic Text Adventure Competition", among other IF in small spaces and weird languages.

to bf cute-code games if software ... on 14 October 2016

Xplain edit / delete

An explanation of how X works -- using an X server written in Javascript for the examples!

to cute-code graphics javascript x ... on 14 October 2016

yarrick/pingfs: Stores your data in ICMP ping packets edit / delete

"pingfs is a filesystem where the data is stored only in the Internet itself, as ICMP Echo packets (pings) travelling from you to remote servers and back again."

to cute-code filesystem fuse networking ... on 04 September 2016

Ways to implement computer algebra compactly edit / delete

How to write a very, very small computer algebra system. From the author of "Derive", "muMath", "Calculus Demon" and other pioneering examples of fitting very complicated things into tiny spaces.

to algebra amusements cute-code maths retrocomputing ... on 01 March 2016

Toledo Atomchess Game edit / delete

A better bootblock chess implementation.

to bootblock chess cute-code games software ... on 22 March 2015

ZX81 Emulator edit / delete

But not just any ZX81 emulator: a command-line one. This lets you use ZX81 BASIC as a scripting language. The examples include CGI scripts written in it... (A better use might be to drive 1K Chess from xboard.)

to basic cgi cute-code retrocomputing sinclair zx81 ... on 20 January 2015

An 88 Byte Bare-Metal Mandelbrot Generator | Nothing Untoward edit / delete

Drawing the Mandelbrot set using fixed-point arithmetic in x86 assembler.

to assembler bootblock cute-code fractal mandelbrot x86 ... on 18 January 2015

EarlGray/c4 edit / delete

c4 extended to be a JIT compiler. This is now moving into tcc territory...

to c compiler cute-code jit ... on 18 January 2015

rswier/c4 edit / delete

A little self-hosting C subset interpreter. Very neat! Compare this with Diomidis Spinellis' little self-hosting C bytecode compiler in the IOCCC a while back...

to c compiler cute-code interpreter ... on 18 January 2015

Dyadic device: a 4 shaft loom simulation. | dave's blog of art and programming edit / delete

"Instead of defining the pattern you want directly, you are describing the set up of a 4 shaft loom – so the warp threads that each of 4 shafts pick up in the top row of toggle boxes, then which shafts are picked up for each weft thread as the fabric is woven on the right." Very cute, and surprisingly little code.

to art cute-code weaving ... on 03 January 2015

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