Chr Code List

By F*U*R*B*Y* on Dec 19, 2007

just add into remotes and type /ascii

dialog p_ascii {
  title "Ascii Codes"
  size -1 -1 91 120
  option dbu
  box "Ascii", 1, 2 1 86 103
  list 3, 4 9 80 90, size vsbar
  link "X-Static Codes", 2, 23 107 40 8
}
on *:DIALOG:p_ascii:*:*: {
  if ($devent == init) {
    var %i 1
    while (%i < 257) {
      did -a $dname 3 $chr(%i) - %i
      inc %i
    }
  }
  elseif ($devent == sclick) && ($did == 2) {
    run http://xstatic.webtastix.co.nz/
  }
}
alias ascii {
  if ($dialog(p_ascii)) { dialog -x p_ascii p_ascii }
  else { dialog -m p_ascii p_ascii }
}
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mountaindew   -  Dec 20, 2007

[quote] First off, no one cares about your ASCII viewing system- mainly because it\'s not the topic at hand, FURBY*\'s is. ... Lindrian you were doing more than giving ideas, stating \"I guess thats as good as it gets?\". ... Boasting about a script of your own is a bit more than \'giving ideas\'. ... Lindrian why are you insisting on continuing this argument? [/quote] I dont wanna start up an argument, but i have to agree with Pass on this one, i don\'t think this is the spot to show off your scripts, Lindrian...

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Scakk   -  Dec 20, 2007

I would reverse the $chr(%i) %i in the below

did -a $dname 3 $chr(%i) - %i

to be the below

did -a $dname 3 %i - $chr(%i)

For the reason that the way you have it some people may think that the number on the right equals the \" - \" on the left. If you put the number first and the character after the - then they should not get confused.

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Lindrian   -  Dec 20, 2007

Im just saying what you\'re making it look like.

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Pass   -  Dec 20, 2007

Lindrian why are you insisting on continuing this argument? If anything that would be more of an immature action than posting corrections for a user. Stop trying to insult me, it\'s just making you look worse.

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Lindrian   -  Dec 20, 2007

Seems like either your jealous or just havent passed the age of 12.

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Pass   -  Dec 20, 2007

Boasting about a script of your own is a bit more than \'giving ideas\'. As well, I wasn\'t commenting your \'tude. Buck up.

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Lindrian   -  Dec 20, 2007

How was I doing more then giving ideas? I didnt intend on doing more. I was just proving my point to FURBY that he could do alot of improvements.

And if your attitude aint up to debate, mine aint either.

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Pass   -  Dec 20, 2007

Lindrian you were doing more than giving ideas, stating \"I guess thats as good as it gets?\". Also, my attitude isn\'t up for debate - chill. And next time, try to be a bit more mature than using puns in insults.

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Lindrian   -  Dec 20, 2007

I coudnt bother naming all the ideas up, so i just took a screen of mine. So Pass, I\'ve never liked you or your attitude, so please shut the fuck up; so just shut it before this ends up in some e-drama.

The screenshot was to give him ideas if that didnt \'pass\' your sluggish mind.

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Pass   -  Dec 20, 2007

Lindrian, let\'s try to be a little more original. First off, no one cares about your ASCII viewing system- mainly because it\'s not the topic at hand, FURBY*\'s is. Secondly, let\'s try not to use other people\'s comments (specifically MicEiken\'s) about reinventing the wheel..

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mountaindew   -  Dec 20, 2007

sorry for double post, but looks like the -x isnt needed, there\'s no tabs or anything

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mountaindew   -  Dec 20, 2007

u could do that, but im not sure if he wants to keep the -x in there. i don\'t know if the -x necessary though, cuz i havent tested the dialog

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Lindrian   -  Dec 20, 2007

mountaindew: id suggest

alias ascii dialog $iif($dialog(p_ascii),-v,-m) p_ascii p_ascii
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mountaindew   -  Dec 20, 2007
alias ascii {
  if ($dialog(p_ascii)) { dialog -x p_ascii p_ascii }
  else { dialog -m p_ascii p_ascii }
}

rather than closing it when u type /ascii if its open, u should take out the else

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EL   -  Dec 20, 2007

@ Rebellious forgive my n00bism(As stated in my sig) as i was the one that asked about the ascii list originally on another snippet,didn\'t realize there was a character for null i was going on literally wat was stated by number mine started with the number 1 and ended with 255 altho i stated there may be a zero,guess null is sorta like 0 ....somewhere im sure lol.Any who useful for me so im golden.`-.-

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Lindrian   -  Dec 20, 2007

This is my ASCII viewer.

Image

I dont have to say much, take a look at the screenshow and decide for yourself. I guess thats as good as it gets?

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Rebellious   -  Dec 20, 2007

.. ;)

Constructive version of that comment:

[i] 1) Nothing really original about the snippet, there are many others on here, why not include something different from the others? 2) Adding on to the above, it lacks features (as many on here due). Maybe add a clipboard. :) [/i]

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F*U*R*B*Y*   -  Dec 20, 2007

And this code isnt that great TBH

[quote] Comment Rules

Keep your language professional at all times.

Always be constructive.

[/quote]

how is that constructive?

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Rebellious   -  Dec 20, 2007

And this code isnt that great TBH. Agreed.

And yes, it does go to 256 if you include the null character. ;)

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Lindrian   -  Dec 20, 2007

It goes up to 255. And this code isnt that great TBH.

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MoNoXiDe   -  Dec 20, 2007

I only thought it went from 0 - 255, but neatly done :)

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EL   -  Dec 20, 2007

Ty man appreciate this very nice also used the var = 1 and changed the number to 256 as Rebellious suggested @ Rebellious even the change it will only count numerically to 255 the last one is you have to add the = to count directly to the number specified,but your rite in the case if you count the number 0 but again the dialog doesn\'t show a char for 0.Semantics really.Either way for me 8/10 cause its extremely useful ty furby.\"Let the wheel roll on\" lol.`-.-

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Lindrian   -  Dec 20, 2007

Reinventing the wheel eh ;)

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Rebellious   -  Dec 19, 2007

Supplement set %i 1 with var %i = 1, and there are 256 ascii chars. ;)

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