Category : Files from Magazines
Archive   : VOL11N12.ZIP
Filename : ASCII.I

 
Output of file : ASCII.I contained in archive : VOL11N12.ZIP

#define A_EOF '\032' /* 0x1A ^Z end-of-file */

#define A_NUL '\000' /* 0x00 ^@ null */
#define A_SOH '\001' /* 0x01 ^A start of heading */
#define A_STX '\002' /* 0x02 ^B start of text */
#define A_ETX '\003' /* 0x03 ^C end of text */
#define A_EOT '\004' /* 0x04 ^D end of transmission */
#define A_ENQ '\005' /* 0x05 ^E enquiry */
#define A_ACK '\006' /* 0x06 ^F acknowledge */
#define A_BEL '\007' /* 0x07 ^G bell \a */
#define A_BS '\010' /* 0x08 ^H backspace \b */
#define A_HT '\011' /* 0x09 ^I horizontal tab \t */
#define A_LF '\012' /* 0x0A ^J line feed \n */
#define A_VT '\013' /* 0x0B ^K vertical tab \v */
#define A_FF '\014' /* 0x0C ^L form feed \f */
#define A_CR '\015' /* 0x0D ^M carriage return \r */
#define A_SO '\016' /* 0x0E ^N shift out */
#define A_SI '\017' /* 0x0F ^O shift in */
#define A_DLE '\020' /* 0x10 ^P data link escape */
#define A_DC1 '\021' /* 0x11 ^Q device control: xon */
#define A_DC2 '\022' /* 0x12 ^R device control: 2 */
#define A_DC3 '\023' /* 0x13 ^S device control: xoff */
#define A_DC4 '\024' /* 0x14 ^T device control: 4 */
#define A_NAK '\025' /* 0x15 ^U negative acknowledge */
#define A_SYN '\026' /* 0x16 ^V synchronous idle */
#define A_ETB '\027' /* 0x17 ^W end of trans. block */
#define A_CAN '\030' /* 0x18 ^X cancel (void data) */
#define A_EM '\031' /* 0x19 ^Y end of medium */
#define A_SUB '\032' /* 0x1A ^Z substitute */
#define A_ESC '\033' /* 0x1B ^[ escape */
#define A_FS '\034' /* 0x1C ^\ file separator EOF */
#define A_GS '\035' /* 0x1D ^] group separator EOG */
#define A_RS '\036' /* 0x1E ^^ record separator EOR */
#define A_US '\037' /* 0x1F ^_ unit/field separator */

#define A_DEL '\177' /* 0x7F delete */



  3 Responses to “Category : Files from Magazines
Archive   : VOL11N12.ZIP
Filename : ASCII.I

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

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