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Java Bytecode to C converter - Toba  
Toba converts Java bytecode to C code, which can then be compiled by gcc into native executables for speed optimizations. Toba allows you to convert your Java code into a Linux executable. Not only that, but it also includes a Just-in-time (JIT) compiler to handle dynamic loading of classes into your executable. This package contains all the tools you need to generate those executables, plus the dynamic libraries needed to run them. The link is ONLY working with JDK 1.1 or "lower" (less) Java Development kit.
Submitted: Nov 28, 1999
Unit Conversions 2.1  
A powerful, comprehensive unit conversion library. Written in Java so it will run anywhere, packed with neat features.
Submitted: Nov 28, 1999
Base Converter  
This site explains about base convertion and converts numbers to other bases.
Submitted: Nov 22, 1999
Numerical Chameleon  
The Numerical Chameleon converts numbers with a precision of up to 1000 significant figures! It supports more than 1200 units in 73 categories, including lengths, areas, volumes, durations, bits & bytes, angles, temperatures, exchange rates, roman numerals, spoken numbers, all 35 radixes, and more. You have unlimited access for adding, modifying and deleting categories, units and icons. Update exchange rates with the GUI or at the commandline (filters for seven webservices are supported). All configuration data are stored in flat files. Select your favorite Look & Feel and Theme.
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Wind Speed Converter  
You enter a whole number (e.g. 10) for wind force, knots, miles/hour or kilometres/hour and the type of wind will be returned.
Submitted: Nov 28, 1999
Plug-in HTML Converter  
Java(tm) Plug-in HTML Converter is a utility that allows you to convert any HTML page which contains applets to a format that will use the Java(tm) Plug-in.
Submitted: Nov 28, 1999
Fig2Java  
Fig2Java converts the output of GCG (Genetics ComputerGroup) figure files into two formats. One is the William Chia-Wei Cheng's(UCLA) tgif readable obj files and the other is the Java source codes, which can further be enhanced in a number of ways, e.g., generating the java-imagemap by Jim Graham's(Sun MycroSystem) ImageMap utility.
Submitted: Dec 10, 1999
Conversion from N scale to reality  
This page will help you convert N-scale train speeds into real miles per hour.
Submitted: Nov 28, 1999



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