A flashcard program that helps in putting information into one's short term memory.
Klep is Yet Another virtual flashcard program, which helps in putting information into one's short term memory. It has many features not commonly found in virtual flashcard programs, including: export to memaid so that material learned in Klep can be retained in the long term; support for images, support for multiple choice questions, and a numerous others. Klep uses wxWidgets, so it should theoretically work in all UNIX flavors (GNU/Linux, freeBSD, etc). Binaries are currently available for download.
released on 9 September 2005
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