Here's how to build your own fast USB/Serial-based EPROM/EEPROM/Flash programmer you have a spare Atmega microcontroller, FTDI cable or board and a few serial-in/parallel-out shift registers. The article contains schematics and platform-independent software.
This is a simple microcode assembler (or microassembler). It can be used to generate wide, horizontal microcode ROMs for relatively simple CPU architectures. Using a description of the microcode, it generates one or more ROM, EPROM, EEPROM, Flash et cetera images suitable for inclusing in a software emulator, a hardware device, or for use in a hardware description language such as Verilog or VHDL.
If you're building complex hardware devices like home-designed CPUs, this may come in handy! Prototyping home-designed CPUs isn't an easy task at all. One might say designing one is diﬃcult, but let's assume you've already done that. State machines and function generation can be a nightmare to debug.
This is a convenient little hack based on GNU iconv. Unlike that utility, which converts ﬁles, TTYConv converts interactive sessions, performing two-way conversion and taking care of other issues with interactive sessions.
You need to generate Pascal's Triangle in Python, and you're lazy (an admirable trait). Alternatively, you're looking for a Pascal's Triangle generator that can show really high-ranking rows, ones with multi-hundred-digit (or multi-million-digit) coeﬃcients.
You need to display Pascal's Triangle in a LaTeX document and whenever you hear ‘ampersand’ or ‘smallskip’, you go into a homicidal rage, leaving behind you a trail of viscera and blood-stained Lion Book pages. Also, you're lazy. Put that chainsaw down, this recipe is for you.