flashcard-import-from-kill (February 2, 2005, 0) - The following code snippet makes it easier for me to import segments
from my dictionary files. It uses ../emacs/flashcard.el.
(defun flashcard-import-from-kill (deck)
"Import cards for DECK from the clipboard, which should be colon-separated.
Question : Answer"
(interactive (list flashcard-deck))
(unless (eq major-mode 'flashcard-mode)
(error "You're not in a deckfile."))
Japanese flashcards (January 11, 2005, 0) - This extracts all kanji in the buffer and converts them to the format
expected by flashcard.el.
(defun sacha/kanji/get-ordered-kanji-list ()
"Return a list of characters in the buffer."
(while (not (eobp))
(let ((c (char-after (point))))
Fishing random things out of my head (August 17, 2007, 0) - I’m getting better at fishing random things out of my head. I remember
names more easily now. Last week, someone asked me who I’d spoken to
three weeks ago at that office. Syllable by syllable, I said the first
name that came to mind: O-li-ve-ra. I hadn’t thought of the entire
name beforehand. I had just started talking, following
More Emacs evangelization: flashcard (January 14, 2005, 1) - Aris and I are both struggling with far too much kanji. I used a
combination of kdrill to gain familiarity with kanji and
../emacs/flashcard.el to drill the meaning into my brain, as
flashcard.el requires me to get a question right 5 times in a row
before considering it solved. Aris searched the Internet for flashcard
programs on Windows and played
polsci finals (February 26, 2003, 0) - I really, really hope I passed. flashcard.el is nice. Turns out I
missed one handout (oops!) and some of those questions were really