Acknowledgements

We have collected tools from a number of sources including books and off the web.

The hallmark of object oriented programming is object reuse.  We have collected Java objects from number of sources including books and off the web.  The table below lists the object, its location in the STools archive, and the source.

Class Author Description
Format.java Cay S. Horstmann & Gary Cornell

Source available on the CD accompanying the book Core Java by Horstmann & Cornell.

A class for formatting numbers that follows UNIX printf conventions.

Also implements C-like atoi and atof functions.

Border.java
BorderStyle.java
Box.java
DrawnRectangle.java
EtchedBorder.java
EtchedRectangle.java
Etching.java
David Geary

Originally part of the Graphcis Java Toolkit, gjt, package.

Source available on the CD accompanying the book Graphic Java by David Geary.

Etched panel from the Sun Graphics Java Toolkit.
graph package Leigh Brookshaw

Source available from the author and distributed under the GNU license.

A Java package to allow the dynamic loading across the web and plotting of two dimensional data

Source distributed under the GNU license.

Parser.java Yanto Suryono

Source available from the author.

A math equation parser.

Source available from the author.