Weather-interpreter v.1.1.0

weather-interpreter is a c++ program interpreter for weather data stored in a text file. Statistical data (highs,lows,avg, max, max time, min,min time) for inside and outside temperature, humidity, winds, barometer, dew point and precipitation.

weather-interpreter is a c++ program ...

 
  • Weather-interpreter
  • 1.1.0
  • 07 Aug 12
  • weather-int
  • Windows; BSD; Linux
  • Freeware
  • 319 Kb
  • 227
  • Free
 
 

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