new online tool - check it out

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    Hamster without a wheel iain's Avatar
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    new online tool - check it out

    as you know i work night and day to build online tools for the net community.

    Well my newest creation is a http code decoder.
    Type in the http code with out the http prefix and it will tell you what the code means. It also supports reverse lookup - eg if you type OK it will tell you the code is 200. And i built in alist function - if you type list it will list them all . Works off a very nice little search engine with automatic multi paging - stilll alittle work to do but its 90% complete!

    go to www.iainpb.co.uk/onlinetools/httpcd

    its http resolver in online tools menu on the main index


    (unfortunatly the quick domain isnt available due to server problems with my domain host) but any feedback is appreciated
    cheers and hope you find it useful
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    Neat! That's a nice search engine that guy made...

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    do you think its something that people would find useful - i looked for one because i needed one - so id use it - but im quite strange. So would people use it ?
    i have loads more little tools planned aswell.
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    yeah, it's nice. I could use one of those, too.


    You should make WinAPI versions of all your tools, too. so people can DL them.

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    That's pretty cool. They should have a reverse of that, so that you can type in a description, and it'll give you the code.
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    Nice work iain. I don't think I have seen anything like that before. Good Job! You come up with some really good ideas.

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    "They should have a reverse of that, so that you can type in a description, and it'll give you the code."

    you can do that, too. try it.

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    thanks for the support guys - i have the motivation to make more tools!

    Btw: Ken, i like the idea about making them into downloadable win32's - its definitly something ill consider!!
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