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TSR ASCII Chart v1.0 - Popup reference shows all 256 ASCII characters.
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ASCII Chart v1.0
Copyright (C) 1990
By Philip Maland
04/16/90

Disclaimer:

This program is hereby released into the public domain. The author makes
no claim as to the fitness of this program. The author is not responsible
for any damages resulting from the use or abuse of this program. ASCII Chart
may be freely distributed, as long as no money changes hands. Thanks.


Program Info:

ASCII Chart's main purpose is to provide a quick reference to all of the
available ASCII characters that the IBM (or compatible) computer is capable
of displaying, without having to dig through DOS manuals to find them. Along
with the ASCII character, the character's decimal value, and the color
represented by this value is also displayed.


Usage:

To install ASCII Chart, just type ASCII at the DOS command line.

Ex: C:\UTILS> ASCII


Once installed, ASCII Chart is activated by pressing ALT-TAB. The keys
available and their functions are listed below:

Down Arrow / PgDn - Pressing either of these keys will display the next
sixteen ASCII characters and their corresponding
values.

Up Arrow / PgUp - Pressing either of these keys will display the
previous sixteen ASCII characters and their
corresponding values

Home - Pressing this key will display the first sixteen
ASCII characters (0-15).



About the author:

Address: Philip Maland
711 W. Casino Rd. Apt. 6A2
Everett, WA 98204
(206) 355-8524

If you have any suggestions, comments, complaints, concerns, questions
etc, please write to me at the above address (or call). I can also be
reached on:

GEnie: L.MALAND

Or:
ProVision BBS
(206) 353-6966
Sysop: Joel Bergen
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