“The War of the Worlds” : a 21st Century project (Pt. 1)

Addlestone, Addlestone golf links, Albany street, Albert hall, Albert road, Albert terrace, Aldershot, Asia, Astronomical exchange, Atlantic, Baker street, Banstead, Barnes, Barnet, Belsize road, Berkshire, Berlin, Birmingham, Bishopsgate street, Blackfriars bridge, Blackwater, British museum, Broadstairs, Brompton, Brompton road, Bushey park, Byfleet, Byfleet golf links, Byfleet road, Cannon street, Cardigan, Castle hill, Chalk farm, English Channel,… Continue reading “The War of the Worlds” : a 21st Century project (Pt. 1)

random_from_list.py iterator

Sometimes, being a bit random is necessary. I built an iterator in Python which takes a list as it’s sole argument and returns a random element each time. The iterator stops after all elements has been picked once. You can find the project and usage guide here on GitHub: random_from_list.py

uhex – a CLi hex editor

A quick and easy to use CLi script to transform hex values into different data types. Current known limitations: Hex order : will only convert from Big-Endian hex orders Hex to int : will only convert hex to unsigned integers Known Issues: Hex to float not yet fully working The script is available from github… Continue reading uhex – a CLi hex editor

multi-search: tool for searching keywords on multiple websites

multi-search

Intro multi-search is a small GUI tool designed to search for a term or keyword on multiple websites. It’s built in Python using the appJar GUI suite. It’s intended as a tool for buyers or sellers to compare the price of an item, where comparison websites may fail for different reasons. It can will save… Continue reading multi-search: tool for searching keywords on multiple websites

SQLite3 and Python3 : Generating Statements

I’ve been working on a project that interacts with a database, and happened upon a some interesting problems. The data I want to input into the database is initially stored in a dict variable. If you weren’t already aware, the order of a Python dict changes, even if you use a blueprint or template. This… Continue reading SQLite3 and Python3 : Generating Statements