A boolean logic simulator written in c++ & opengl 3.3. This is a toy project I'm currently developing to help me learn c++ & opengl. No libraries used, apart from stb_image and glad.

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  • BasicBool

    An Windows/Linux application written in C++ to visualize computing using boolean logic.

    Thanks ! Yes I have one but keep in mind it's a bit messy and unprofessional ^ : https://github.com/smallcluster/BasicBool

  • CircuitSolver

    Digital/Analog Circuit Design and Simulation System for Windows

    Cool, I did something like this a long time ago (around 2000) using raw Windows draw calls. I even put it up on GitHub a few years ago, but the code is a mess and I haven't touched it since: https://github.com/fegennari/CircuitSolver

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    Less time debugging, more time building. Scout APM allows you to find and fix performance issues with no hassle. Now with error monitoring and external services monitoring, Scout is a developer's best friend when it comes to application development.

  • ProjectGrapher

    An application to plot functions

    It's funny you're talking about the graphing calculator because recently for a Java course I did choose to write something similar using a LL(k) parser: https://github.com/smallcluster/ProjectGrapher

  • ExprTK

    C++ Mathematical Expression Parsing And Evaluation Library https://www.partow.net/programming/exprtk/index.html

    Now there are lots of libraries out there for expression processing as well. I would recommend exprtk: https://github.com/ArashPartow/exprtk

  • 3DWorld

    3D Procedural Game Engine Using OpenGL

    3DWorld is my game engine. I started on this in 2001. It's open source on gitHub here: https://github.com/fegennari/3DWorld

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