Python like the old-time batch files.
peter at engcorp.com
Fri Feb 1 04:42:43 CET 2002
Chris Gonnerman wrote:
> "Peter Hansen" <peter at engcorp.com> wrote:
> > Boxes are formed from lines, and the lines are just special graphic
> > characters from the IBM PC Extended ASCII Display Characters as shown
> > in, for example, http://www.jimprice.com/jim-asc.htm .
> Huh. Brain damage, obviously... I didn't realize that the standard
> IBM graphics worked in a Windows console. It's using code page 437,
I never did understand code pages, but if that's the only way to
get the IBM graphics, I guess so. My config.sys has a commented
out Country=004,850,......country.sys line in it, probably from
the default installation, so maybe this wouldn't work in general
without at least a little tweaking (I assume that 850 has something
to do with code pages?). On the other hand, I doubt that the
DOS prompt is overly configurable under Win98, so perhaps it would...
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