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help with ascii! :-[

ignazignaz Posts: 4Member
I need to write something like..

"18:00 - inios"

How should I write that letter or similar..

This text encoding: Baltic(Windows)

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  • li-zili-zi Posts: 23Member
    : I need to write something like..
    :
    : "18:00 - inios"
    :
    : How should I write that letter or similar..
    :
    : This text encoding: Baltic(Windows)
    :
    The ASCII code of this symbol is 142.Use simply write(chr(142)); to print this symbol on the screen
  • cyljeffreycyljeffrey Posts: 5Member
    : : I need to write something like..
    : :
    : : "18:00 - inios"
    : :
    : : How should I write that letter or similar..
    : :
    : : This text encoding: Baltic(Windows)
    : :
    : The ASCII code of this symbol is 142.Use simply write(chr(142)); to print this symbol on the screen
    :
    i am now using turbo pascal 1.5 for windows and if i deal with this problem in this way,the symbol can not be shown on the screen and it becomes a strange charactor
  • li-zili-zi Posts: 23Member
    : : : I need to write something like..
    : : :
    : : : "18:00 - inios"
    : : :
    : : : How should I write that letter or similar..
    : : :
    : : : This text encoding: Baltic(Windows)
    : : :
    : : The ASCII code of this symbol is 142.Use simply write(chr(142)); to print this symbol on the screen
    : :
    : i am now using turbo pascal 1.5 for windows and if i deal with this problem in this way,the symbol can not be shown on the screen and it becomes a strange charactor
    :
    what do you mean by this:"the symbol can not be shown on the screen".I am using turbo pascal 7.0 and it might be a bit different
  • cyljeffreycyljeffrey Posts: 5Member
    : : : : I need to write something like..
    : : : :
    : : : : "18:00 - inios"
    : : : :
    : : : : How should I write that letter or similar..
    : : : :
    : : : : This text encoding: Baltic(Windows)
    : : : :
    : : : The ASCII code of this symbol is 142.Use simply write(chr(142)); to print this symbol on the screen
    : : :
    : : i am now using turbo pascal 1.5 for windows and if i deal with this problem in this way,the symbol can not be shown on the screen and it becomes a strange charactor
    : :
    : what do you mean by this:"the symbol can not be shown on the screen".I am using turbo pascal 7.0 and it might be a bit different
    :
    i think the output should be GUI
    do u know how to change it back to a normal display output?
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