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queXS is a web based, Open Source, CATI (Computer Assisted Telephone Interviewing) System. queXS integrates with queXML for creating questionnaires, LimeSurvey for collecting data and Asterisk for VoIP telephony.
Generator of extremely fast lexical analysers. Sophisticated input/buffer management. Many character encodings (incl. ASCII, UTF8, UTF16, RUSCII, ...) are directly supported. Regular expressions are specified in the lex/flex style.
belief introductionUse the Quex lexer generator to replace the hand-crafted Tokenizer class in Code-Completion plug-in of Codeblocks IDE. The project is tested under Windows (but it is quite easy to used under Linux or other OS). Codeblocks project file (cbp) file are supplied. build the project (simple way)Just check out the svn source code, and open the cbp file in Codeblocks IDE, and build and run. build the project (complex way)If you need to change the cpp.qx (lexer grammar) you need these
Quex is a one-click german-english english-german translator/dictionary written in Java. It contains more than 500.000 translations, synonyms and examples. It works offline and needs no installation. Just 3 mb filesize!
MotivationsAs a diesel engine calibration engineer, I very often deal with Asap and Hex files. In my all day work, I use Inca from Ethas but I was looking since I started my career for an easy, quick and free tool to work with Hex files. Having no other solution, I decided in 2004 to start writing by myself an Asap file parser and Hex file editor in Matlab. Then I switched to C# to finish programming a final solution into C++. I am definitively not a software development engineer but a mechanica