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Text to Pixels & Pixels to Text II.zip
- Chuck Mire
This Windows executable simulates a fax machine that scans text, pixel by pixel. Changes in Version II: With “Text to Pixels”, a user can now enter up to 24 lines of text instead of the previous 23 lines. Also, to begin scanning, a user now hits [ctrl][d] instead of [esc]. Text is saved to a file using 8-bit ASCII characters instead of a string of “1s” and “0s” in the previous version. This reduces the file size to 1/8 of the size in the previous version and allows for other file extensions beside “.txt”. The file extensions can now be “.dat”, “.bin”, or “.txt”. If the file is later renamed, the initial chosen extension MUST remain the same. A user can now copy text from the Clipboard and paste it into this version with the menu addition of “[G]et Clipboard”. This allows up to 29 lines of text to be entered and saved into an 8-bit ASCII character file. Included is a text file aide for entering text using Notepad, Template.txt, to prevent text from going all the way up to column 80. The text must stop at column 79 by using the [enter] key. The zip file also contains a PDF with instructional screen shots.
Source included - QB64 - 884.44 KB - 40 downloads
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