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Flashcards
Author: Danny Worth Submitted: 19th January, 2009 Favourites:0
Genre: Application Downloads: 88
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Flashcard program designed to help you memorize characters in japanese, chinese and so on.

Allows upto 3 letters per syllable.

Users are able to create their own flashcard set by making a theme.

Use /debug=true switch to display remaining cards, current answer and loaded theme. (useful when creating a theme)

Comes with a Japanese Hiragana card set. (as there are 2 chi's in hiragana (ti and di), ti is chi and di is di in this set).

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http://www.dannyworth.co.uk/flashcards.rar (1.6 mb )



Posted by MBK 20th January, 2009

Sweet! ... It's about time someone put something educational on here!

 
Posted by nim 20th January, 2009

Nice little application. I like that you've used external files for everything.
But "we" and "wi"?? Never seen them before.
 
Posted by Mr G 20th January, 2009

Looks nice, will check it out later
 
Posted by Sketchy 20th January, 2009
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Very nicely made little app.

I just really wish that when you get an answer wrong, it would tell you the correct answer, before moving onto the next card. At least have it as an option.
 
Posted by Danny Worth 20th January, 2009

Thanks for the comments.

I'd never seen we or wi before but i'm new to japanese to assumed I just hadn't come across them yet.

Thanks for the suggestion Sketchy... it has now been added! (just download again).
 
Posted by Sketchy 20th January, 2009
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Perfect! Thanks for adding that
 
Posted by Cecilectomy 26th January, 2009
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shouldnt you be able to actually look through the cards before you play? some people have never seen japanese before. so the score is gonna be super negative for anyone new.

keep working on it. this could become very helpful for someone actually trying to learn japanese.
 
Posted by Solgryn 30th January, 2009

Why the hell is this in "GAME of the week" :/ I know, its a nice app and so on but not really a game..
 
Posted by alastair john jack 1st February, 2009

This is pretty cool, very helpful.
 

 



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