This is the rewrite of an old random maze generator I wrote in C.
It uses the same method for generating the maze, but the interface is different:
the old one let you traverse the maze while seeing only your immediate environment,
whereas this one only prints the maze as an ascii art (view in a fixed font).
The @ marks the starting position and > is the goal.
Sherlock will determine if a given host is known or unknown to a NetBackup master server, regardless of platform type. It's presented here in its unmodified form (we differentiate primary and backup network interfaces by the inclusion of a b_ prefix on the hostname) for the sake of demonstration. Sherlock is known to smoke a pipe made of ivory, and is often condescending while addressing others, including his faithful sidekick, Watson. This predisposes him to developing mouth cancer and a bad reputation. There is a possibility that Watson may know judo, and as such, may use the momentum of an attacker's body to his advantage in executing one or more stunning throw techniques. Executing this code will cause a giant pair of scissors to appear in the skies at above rural England, disappearing after a few moments. No need to be alarmed.
DOCX files are really zipped collections of XML and other binary files. The text in the docx files is contained in the word/document.xml file within the collections. Some basic formatting information is also contained in the word/_rels/document.xml.rels file. The code presented here uses a modification of the docx2txt script to extract text from corrupt Word 2007 files where Word 2007 and the original doc2txt fails to. It uses CakeCMD to unzip instead of Info-Zip found in the original docx2txt script, because CakeCMD will unzip corrupt xml files where Info-Zip fails or does not work as well. This script also uses Perl/Tk to make a GUI, with the aim of a wider audience. The Perl/Tk code was inspired by the easy great beginner tutorials by Binny V A here: http://www.geocities.com/binnyva/code/perl/perl_tk_tutorial/. CakeCMD is by Leung Yat Chun Joseph and can be found here: http://www.quickzip.org/softwares-cakecmd. It uses the open source ICSharpCode.SharpZipLib.dll library. Cake CMD also requires the Microsoft dotNet 2.0 framework here: http://tinyurl.com/8vgak. Docx2txt is by Sandeep Kumar and can be found starting here: http://docx2txt.sourceforge.net/. My real name is Paul Pruitt, my E-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org. My website containing a couple hundred links of data recovery resources is here: http://www.s2services.com. I built an executable for this package which can be found there too on the index page.