Re: Listing character ROMs

From: Jim Brain <>
Date: Wed, 10 Feb 2010 12:21:29 -0600
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On 2/10/2010 2:04 AM, William Levak wrote:
> Probably everyone on this list can read a character ROM and display 
> the information.  I have been working on listing it to an ASCII text 
> file in a format so that anyone can see the contents (see below).  
> This uses only spaces, zeroes, dashes, and colons.  The end of line 
> character is a line feed character only, to be compatible with those 
> applications that cannot handle both the carriage return and line 
> feed. This should look the same in almost anything, text editor, word 
> processor, HTML viewer, or
> even e-mail program. How does it show up?  Try it in anything you have 
> and let me know if there are any problems.

It might be nice if the program offered various options.  I don't have a 
huge need for ASCII representations of characters, but I can see utility 
in having 'C' code for them:

unsigned char data_by_row[][] = {


unsigned char data_by_col[][] = {


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