[Java] This program detects the user's mouse position and auto-clicks that
position given the number
of repetitions and pauses between clicks.
Note: to stop the program,
you'll have to manually Ctrl + C it.

[C++] A magic square is an n x n matrix of integers for n odd,
where
the sum
of the integers on each row, column, and the two diagonals
amount to
the same number. Given an odd integer between 1 and 15,
this program
computes a magic square. This was part of an extra credit
project for a
programming class.

[Java] This game is well-known . . . I don't know the original
name. To play, you start off with
a number of stones in a pile, and playing
against the computer or another player, take turns removing 1, 2, or 3
stones from the pile. Whoever cannot pick up any stones loses.

[C++] This encryption/decryption program is based off of the RSA scheme.
Pick two prime numbers p, q, and a number relatively
prime to the least common multiple of p-1 and
q-1.
Then the encryption program encrypts a message that you type into a text
file. Now you can send this text file to someone else who will
use
the decrypt program to read your encrypted message.
Note: for the
purposes of this program, the product of the two prime numbers
should be
at least four digits long -- otherwise bugs will fly.