What is the DAN?
Welcome to the Deavmi Archive Network! This is the offical archive for all of Deavmi's programs he has written (computer programs) and also all the documentations he has written (specifications for several of his future projects).
This section contains all the entries into the network.
- A data type helping library for the primitive data types in Python for those who need a beautiful looking way of getting the data type of a specific value.
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Malio Programming Languages
- Source Code:https://notabug.org/org/Malio
- Description: Malio is a small built-ins orientated programming language with an interpreter implemented in Bash. It is a procedural paradigm programming language.
Felix Programming Languages
- Source Code:https://notabug.org/org/Felix
- Description: Felix is a small built-ins orientated programming language with an interpreter implemented in Fortran. It is a procedural paradigm programming language.
Silex web browser*
- Source Code: http://bit.no.com:43110/17pTf9tzLGxVQnRKGhg1M85DCXJ7YXPdv9/?Post:9:Silex+-+A+web+browser+that+runs+on+the+ZeroNet+stack
- Description: A text-based, own-specification based and Python-based web browser that operates on the ZeroNet stack.
Spiral social network*
- Source Code: http://bit.no.com:43110/17pTf9tzLGxVQnRKGhg1M85DCXJ7YXPdv9/?Post:21:Spiral+-+A+small+micro-blogging-like+social+network+for+Zeronet
- Description: A text-based social network written in Python which operates on the ZeroNet stack.
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- Programming.Net - A programming forum for everyone.
- Apps.Net - A software forum for everyone.
Dev.Net - The developers social network.
iOS.Net - iOS Forum
- FireFox.Net - FireFox Forum
- LinuxMint.Net - LinuxMint Forum
- GNU.Net - GNU Forum
- RaspberryPi.Net - RspberryPi Forum
- Ubuntu.Net - Ubuntu Forum
- Android.Net - Android Forum
- RedHat.Net - RedHat Forum
- OpenBSD.Net - OpenBSD Forum
- Linux.Net - Linux Forum
- Chrome.Net - Chrome Forum
- Windows.Net - Windows Forum
- ArchLinux.Net - ArchLinux Forum
- Java.Net - Java Forum
- FreeBSD.Net - FreeBSD Forum