This page catalogs some of the work that I do outside of the
projects listed on the left. The two major sections are school and
programming. I allow free access to all of my school papers however
please site Boris Masis and this website as a source if you use any of
The school subdirectory of my
site lists all saved work I have completed starting with my 97 freshman year in high school.
This is the actual working school
directory I use on my computer, so if you get lucky you can catch me
working on a file and updating it as I work. My computer is on mostly 24
hours therefore if you do get an error message, check back in an hour.
Again please do not plagiarize and site Boris Masis as the source if you plan on using any of the
Note: most document files are saved using the Microsoft word 6.0
format. All should open in wordpad which is provided with windows. If a
document is not displayed properly and you do not have ms word or compatible software
use the free msword
I highly recommend the use of LeapFTP
for accessing the school ftp directory:
You may also access the files simply by clicking the following link
section features lots of interesting topics, most containing a
preliminary abstract, constructive and rebuttal arguments.
If you are currently taking biology, the
directory has some useful diagrams.
Some of my most current writing including prose, poetry and
essays can be found in the
highlights: (you will need turbo pascal 6.0 or later to compile these
is my the program I wrote for the final in my pascal class, its a
triangle fighter game that's written efficiently and looks good,
however is hindered by the "1 key at a time" limitation of
pascal. The last day of class I was improving my program to keep
score and realized that pascal can not do arithmetic operations in
graph mode. Any workarounds?
- For an impressive showcase of the type of programs that turbo
pascal is theoretically capable of see the
program is written using input of individual characters, therefore
has the potential to hide words vertically and diagonally.
I have also taken Applied Programming in Visual Basic at the University
of New Hampshire.
Visual Basic has presented itself as a very logical language to me. I
realize that Visual Basic is not perfect for every task however its
operations and development ideas are very easy to work with. In a
nutshell it makes sense.
Some of the assignments that I have completed in the UNH VB class are
listed on the school ftp.
In order to view the shortcut to the "unh vb" directory
properly you will need to use Leap FTP
or another FTP client. Difficulty increases with assignment numbers.