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Today I’m INTJ. Often it’s either INTP or INFP. Here’s what the site says about INTJ:

INTJ PERSONALITY

It’s lonely at the top, and being one of the rarest and most strategically capable personality types, INTJs know this all too well. INTJs form just two percent of the population, and women of this personality type are especially rare, forming just 0.8% of the population – it is often a challenge for them to find like-minded individuals who are able to keep up with their relentless intellectualism and chess-like maneuvering. People with the INTJ personality type are imaginative yet decisive, ambitious yet private, amazingly curious, but they do not squander their energy.

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    Question:
    First What is ASCII art?
    Second What do the letters included in the drawings?
    Third What is not ascii-art?
    4th What will be the ASCII character set?
    5th In letters to the great-and instead of pictures I run over dots, dashes
    and other stamps. What to do?
    6th How to configure Outlook Express to read and send messages to great-a?
    7th In what font is best viewed ascii-art?
    8th Why in ascii-art does not use proportional fonts?
    9th How to watch high ascii-art images that do not fit on the screen?
    10th With what program can create ascii-artists?
    11th How to create ASCII-artists?
    12th How to choose a signature?
    13th Is the picture drawn by the "Jave" is the ascii-art?
    14th How to properly send the drawing ascii-art/list the group?
    15th Can I use ascii-art pictures?
    16th How do I know who the author is drawing?
    17th Can I be the great-a turn for the implementation of the figure / caption /
    signature?
    18th How to make strings in ascii-art? What is figlet?
    19th Where can I find more ASCII-art?
    20th Where can I find the archive group?
    21st Glossary

    First What is ASCII art?

    Ascii-art to include drawings and animations made by signs
    included in the ASCII character set. Used to draw characters
    directly accessible from a standard PC keyboard, except that such
    accented characters specific to that language.

    Ascii-art images are mostly composed of outlines. Filled
    ascii-artists are rarer. Here is an example ascii-art:

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    Second What do the letters included in the drawings?

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    ( .. Attached to the drawing letters (here: 'FSC') are signed by the author.
    /'-._) Signature of the author is an integral part of the picture and should not be
    /#/ Delete!
    /#/ fsc

    See also the answers to the questions: 11 How to choose a signature?
    and 15 How do I know who the author is drawing?

    Third What is not ascii-art?

    Ascii-art and pictures are NOT made by the conversion programs
    graphics characters (eg gif2asc). They should not be sent to the group and pictures
    made with their help (ie, later reworked, fine tuning), it
    dress information of such of their origin.

    It should also be distinguished from ascii-art ansi-art. Drawings and animations belong
    to the second music 🙂 distinguished above all the use of codes
    ansi control. Their use allows you to create animations and such
    use of color. Ansi-artists usually are based on the expanded (in relation to
    ASCII) character set. Such work should not be sent to the great-a.

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    4th What will be the ASCII character set?

    ASCII (American Standard Code called for Information Interchange) is a system
    in which all large and small letters, digits, punctuation marks and
    special characters have been assigned numbers from 0 to 127

    The main board contains 128 ASCII characters. Extended ASCII code of characters
    ranging from 128 to 255 Characters outside the base plate are used to denote
    mathematical symbols, simple graphics and a few characters
    special, for example, can also define the Polish national characters.

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    Simply put: to draw in ascii-art use only those characters that are
    directly reachable from a standard PC keyboard, the one that is:

    ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ (code numbers: 65-90)
    abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz (code numbers: 97-122)
    0123456789 (code numbers: 48-57)
    [Space] (code number: 32)
    ! "# $% ^ & '() * +, -. / (Code numbers: 33-47)
    :; <=>? @ (Code numbers: 58-64)
    [] ^ _ `(Code numbers: 91-96)
    {|} ~ (Code numbers: 123-126)
    and two, with 32 control characters, denoted as CR and LF (numbered
    codes 13 and 10). CR and LF are used to transition to a new line and set
    cursor to the beginning. CR and LF on Windows are inserted by pressing
    Enter key and are not visible in most editors.

    In the drawings ascii not use any other control codes (with the numbers
    code: 0-31) in addition to CR and LF! For example, the use of tabs, which in any editor
    may have a different length can cause the drawings will be illegible.
    The exception is the DEL - whose effect is visible fairly quickly
    after pressing. 🙂

    To facilitate all of the standard ASCII table:
    [Column: 10 = 16 = decimal code, hexadecimal code symbol ASCII character =]
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    | 10 16 sign | 10 16 mark | 10 16 mark | 10 16 sign |
    :_______________!________________!________________!_______________|
    | 0 0 NUL | 32 20 | 64 40 @ | 96 60
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    | 1 1 SOH | 33 21 ! | 65 41 A | 97 61 a |
    | 2 2 STX | 34 22 " | 66 42 B | 98 62 b |
    | 3 3 ETX | 35 23 # | 67 43 C | 99 63 c |
    | 4 4 EOT | 36 24 $ | 68 44 D | 100 64 d |
    | 5 5 ENQ | 37 25 % | 69 45 E | 101 65 e |
    | 6 6 ACK | 38 26 & | 70 46 F | 102 66 f |
    | 7 7 BEL | 39 27 ' | 71 47 G | 103 67 g |
    | 8 8 BS | 40 28 ( | 72 48 H | 104 68 h |
    | 9 9 TAB | 41 29 ) | 73 49 I | 105 69 i |
    | 10 a LF | 42 2a * | 74 4a J | 106 6a j |
    | 11 b VT | 43 2b + | 75 4b K | 107 6b k |
    | 12 c FF | 44 2c , | 76 4c L | 108 6c l |
    | 13 d CR | 45 2d - | 77 4d M | 109 6d m |
    | 14 e SO | 46 2e . | 78 4e N | 110 6e n |
    | 15 f SI | 47 2f / | 79 4f O | 111 6f o |
    | 16 10 DLE | 48 30 0 | 80 50 P | 112 70 p |
    | 17 11 DC1 | 49 31 1 | 81 51 Q | 113 71 q |
    | 18 12 DC2 | 50 32 2 | 82 52 R | 114 72 r |
    | 19 13 DC3 | 51 33 3 | 83 53 S | 115 73 s |
    | 20 14 DC4 | 52 34 4 | 84 54 T | 116 74 t |
    | 21 15 NAK | 53 35 5 | 85 55 U | 117 75 u |
    | 22 16 SYN | 54 36 6 | 86 56 V | 118 76 v |
    | 23 17 ETB | 55 37 7 | 87 57 W | 119 77 w |
    | 24 18 CAN | 56 38 8 | 88 58 X | 120 78 x |
    | 25 19 EM | 57 39 9 | 89 59 Y | 121 79 y |
    | 26 1a SUB | 58 3a : | 90 5a Z | 122 7a z |
    | 27 1b ESC | 59 3b ; | 91 5b [ | 123 7b { |
    | 28 1c FS | 60 3c < | 92 5c | 124 7c | |
    | 29 1d GS | 61 3d = | 93 5d ] | 125 7d } |
    | 30 1e RS | 62 3e > | 94 5e ^ | 126 7e ~ |
    | 31 1f US | 63 3f ? | 95 5f _ | 127 7f DEL |
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    5th In letters to the great-and instead of pictures I run over dots, dashes, and other
    stamps. What to do?

    To correctly view ascii-art images should have a well-configured
    Newsreader, which is set:

    • Disproportionate font
    • Automatic text wrapping - disabled or set to wrap
      text after the example 100 characters

    Automatic text wrapping (and drawings ascii-art) is a common problem
    when viewing the drawings, the line length exceeds the declared
    in setting the number of characters (in OE default: 72). The result is
    "Shredded" ascii-artists, which can not be viewed. The solution is
    wrap setting the example, 100 or more characters (up to OE 132).

    Information about the configuration of Outlook Express and type of disproportionate
    fonts, see the answers to questions: 6 How to configure Outlook
    Express to read and send messages to great-a? and 7 In what font
    the best ascii-art watch?

    6th How to configure Outlook Express to read and send messages to great-a?

    If the list of great-and instead of pictures you see scattered chaotically
    dashes, dots and other marks probably have misconfigured your
    newsreader.
    .-.
    Configuring Outlook Express (OE) and other readers, / ,._ ,'
    the correct reading and sending ascii-art, consists of: /.-. / /
    monospaced font setting, appropriate / /.__./
    formatting, encoding, line breaks, and possibly, ,.-.,/ /
    repaired 'several' weaknesses or deficiencies OE :)
    ---' jb
    other readers.

    Configure OE:

    • Set the font monospaced

      Tools -> Options -> Reading -> Fonts ... -> Set both the font
      nieproporconaln? (Courier, Lucida Console or any other mentioned in the response
      Question: 7th In what font is best viewed ascii-art? ) Size
      Font discretion, such as "smaller".

      Tools -> Options -> Editing -> Font for group editing
      Discussion: Set to one of the disproportionate font.

    • Format send messages to newsgroups

      Tools -> Options -> Send -> where "format to send to groups
      news "select" Plain Text ".

      Tools -> Options -> Send -> click "Settings plain text .."
      -> MIME format, the site to select the encoding: "None".

    • Encoding

      Tools -> Options -> Send -> button: "International Settings ..."
      -> Choose: "Central European (ISO)".

      Tools -> Options -> Send -> click "Settings plain text ..."
      -> Select "Allow 8-bit characters in headers" (this allows
      proper encoding of Polish characters in message headers).

      Tools -> Options -> Reading -> Fonts -> encoding: "Central Europe
      (ISO) ".

      Tools -> Options -> Reading -> "International Settings ..."
      -> "Central European (ISO)".

    • Breaking lines

      Tools -> Options -> Send -> click "Settings plain text .."
      -> Automatically wrap text at: [here enter a number greater than 72; np.100]
      signs.

    • Repair tricks p?atanych by OE

      Tools -> Options -> Send -> button: "International Settings ..."
      -> Check "When replying to message always use English
      headers "(insert cause" Re: "before the news of which
      answer, instead of the cumbersome and multiply fond of the "Re:")

    After making these changes, make sure the OE sends and displays
    correctly by sending test messages to a group pl.test letter.

    7th In what font is best viewed ascii-art?

    To properly view ascii-art use a monospaced font. To
    check whether such a use, compare the length of the following lines:

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    It should be exactly the same, because each of the fonts
    disproportionate to the same width.

    Here is an example of the above lines in a proportional font:

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    / | '_ / __/ _ |/ _ Will be much longer. And those few
    | (
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    Examples of fonts are disproportionate:

    -> Under Windows:

    • Andale Mono
    • Courier
    • Courier New
    • Crystal
    • DEC Terminal
    • HyperFont
    • Fixedsys
    • Lucida Console
    • Lucida Sans Typewriter
    • Monotype.com
    • Netextmo
    • Terminal
    • Topaz New
    • Font to the name: “OCR”, “fixed”, “monospaced”, “terminal”

    -> The Amiga:

    • Ascii
    • Courier
    • Pearl
      Siesta
    • XEN
    • XCourier
    • Tiny
    • Topaz

    -> The AppleMac:

    • Courier
    • Monaco
    • Zterm

    -> Under Linux:

    • Adobe-courier
    • Andale Mono
    • Bitstream-courier
    • Biznet-fixed
    • Courier new
    • Lucidatypewriter
    • Misc-fixed
    • Sony-fixed
    • Neep (JMK-fonts) ( www.jmknoble.net / fonts )

    Ascii-art authors sometimes give in what font drew a picture.
    They suggest therefore that the figure should be viewed in this font is to
    see him in such a form in which the author created it.

    Although well-made picture should also look good
    monospaced font in all, it looks even, in some
    better. The group sometimes breaks out war “czcionkowa” the superiority of one
    font over another. You can compare it to the discussion about the superiority of Christmas
    Christmas on Easter 🙂

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    o/ Caution! Under threat of confusion between the font name with the initials of our przemi?ego
    |- Grupowicza great-and Leszek Ciszewski – do not use the acronym 😉

    ‘LC’ for determination Lucidy Consoli. 🙂

    8th Why in ascii-art does not use proportional fonts?

    Ascii-artists have been invented to be able to watch them on any
    machine, and for any system. Not every system has a font type ‘Arial’ or
    ‘Sans serif’, but everybody has a fixed-width font character.

    Ascii-artists made in monospaced font looks like
    regardless of the font used to watch this type. In the case of fonts
    drawings will be proportional to vary strongly, and there is no guarantee
    that anyone at all properly watch the figure!

    Actually, it is not on it any chance … 🙂

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    And that is why the drawings are disproportionately drawn characters ascii-artami
    and so it was accepted among the creators of ascii-art in the world!

    9th How to watch high ascii-art images that do not fit on the screen?

    By default, some readers news (them correctly) are set to the width of the text on
    72 characters. If the image is larger, the reader wraps long lines, and image
    you can not see.

    To view it, copy the entire drawing to a different editor (such as
    Notepad). Turn off automatic word-wrap and set the font
    disproportionate to match the font size so that the picture was
    visible. Then the only thing left is enjoying the work and sharing
    Be the first to grupowiczami pl.rec.ascii-art 🙂

    10th With what program can create ascii-artists?

    Ascii-artists created in text editors. Here is a list of some of them under
    different operating systems:

    Unix’y, Linux’y
    vi (vim) (www.vim.org)
    gVim (in the X-Window)
    pico .-.
    emacs (oo |
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    joe /, ;
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    nedit
    Jave (www.jave.de)
    fte (fte.sourceforge.net)

    Windows 95/98/ME/2000/NT/XP
    Notepad (standard on Windows!)
    EDIT.COM (standard on Windows!)
    MicroEMACS
    EditPad
    PFE32
    UltraEdit (www.ultraedit.com)
    TextPad (www.textpad.com)
    Vim (gvim) (www.vim.org)
    EasyASCII-art
    Jave (www.jave.de)

    Windows 3.x
    Notepad (standard on Windows!)
    MicroEMACS
    PFE
    UltraEdit (www.ultraedit.com)
    MSDOS
    EDIT (standard DOS 5/6 – write EDIT on the command line)
    QEdit
    MicroEmacs
    GNU Emacs
    TheDraw (shareware)
    AcidDraw (shareware)

    Amiga
    Ed (the Workbench disk, type ‘Ed ‘On the shell)
    MicroEMACS (supplied with Workbench on Extras CD)
    Blacks Editor
    CygnusEd
    AZ
    NotePad (included with Workbench 1.2 and 1.3)
    TED (included with ACID Blitz Basic 2.1)
    SuperTED (included in Blitz Basic support suite)

    AppleMac
    Nisus
    SimpleText (included in MacOS)
    TeachText (included in MacOS)
    Saint Edit (shareware $ 10)
    BBEdit (commercial but free version available ‘light’)
    Tex-Edit Plus (shareware)

    Acorn
    ! Edit (in Resources)
    ! Zap
    ! StrongEd

    Atari
    Everest
    QED
    Steno
    EditPro

    Commodore
    64/128
    Zed
    NovaPic

    11th How to create ASCII-artists?

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    ‘-.__.’...-” fsc

    Great help when zaczynaniu drawing a picture to fill spaces
    so many lines in a text editor, how many we need for our image. Such a
    help us fill in spaces freely move the cursor around the
    the edit area without re-entering space and the transition to
    lower line ENTER.

    If you want to draw a lot and going! 🙂 It is good to prepare
    Such a file filled with the same space and keep it for later
    use when creating new ascii-art.

    ###::::::::::######## Some software developers are friendly ascii.
    ####::::::::######### For example, space-filling is set editor
    #####::::::########## Standard email client The Bat!,
    #####,—.########### While the Polish EasyASCII-art program
    ####/`—‘########## There are options and filling in blanks
    ###/ ######### Cut unnecessary spaces.
    ##/
    #:`-._____.-‘:####### A good way to start is to analyze
    ::::: ( ) |::::###### ASCII art, which we liked. It
    :::::: ) ( o:::::##### pay attention to what characters used

    ::::: .-(_)-. :::::#### And how they were planned. What characters are used to

    :::::: ‘=====’ ::::::### Draw the contours, which to emphasize

    ##################Mk# individual items, and what to shade
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    Some characters in different fonts can vary in size, shape
    and distribution to others. They are:
    ‘(Apostrophe) – may lean to the right or stand upright
    ^ (Caret) – has a different shape and size
    ~ (Tilde) – can occur at the middle or top of the font
    I (and large) – a straight line, or with stops at the ends, instead of
    I can use a smooth straight line: |

    (Hash) – has a different size

    $ (Dollar) – also has a different size

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    In the editor, filled with spaces to set the cursor where we most
    fits and start to draw 🙂

    Figure finish signing it (see: 11 How to choose a signature?)
    and removing any unnecessary spaces from the right side of the drawing!

    And definitely should be proud of the new drawing on the group pl.rec.ascii-art!

    12th How to choose a signature?

    Each drawing, which will create the sign. A signature may be the initials
    author picture associated with your name, nickname, nickname or other
    should, however, limit the length of the signature to around 4 characters. The longer the signature is
    inconvenient to use, especially for the determination of small drawings. The most
    signatures are used 2-3 character.

    The signature should not include Polish letters and other characters prohibited
    in aa, and should not be the same signature of the creative community
    ascii-art!

    To check if we choose the signature is not occupied by another artist
    see the list of authors should be ascii (see point: 15 How do I know
    Who is the author of the drawing?)

    Description of characters used and prohibited in AA, see: 4 What makes
    the ASCII character set?

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    13th Is the picture drawn by the “Jave” is the ascii-art?

    “Jave” (www.jave.de) is a program quite controversial. It has a whole bunch of options
    greatly facilitate the drawing:

    • Allows for any moving parts of the image (copy block),
    • Have to paint over a large field,
    • Is easier for drawing lines, rectangles, curves, etc.
    • Possibility to turn on / off the grid,
    • Quickly change the background and font colors (‘black on white’, ‘white on black’
      ‘Black on gray’),
    • Quickly change the font defined,
    • Ensure that the Article contains valid characters,
    • Automatically remove extra spaces when writing,
    • Change “working screen” at any time and quickly, without adding
      additional spaces for each line
    • Built-in figlet,
    • Possibility to create new fonts ?atwego figletowych. You do not need to know
      any secrets files. FLF, simply create each letter
      and export.
      It gives him a huge advantage over other known editors.

    People help each other in draw lines, rectangle, curve, or the entire
    drawing program “Jave”, sometimes adding the word “java” with his own signature,
    thus indicating the use of the “boosters”, eg:

    [[code]]czoxODpcIiAgLHhYWFh4LAouLy8vL3wuClwiO3tbJiomXX0=[[/code]]

    ///._ _.
    //( @ @ )
    //| J //|
    "'" – /"'"
    `—‘
    fsc/jave

    Sometimes, and without a claim may be noted that the figure did not come only
    “Out of hand.” This is shown inter alia by different little matching
    strange characters such that few others in their place would look a lot better.

    The “Jave” has another tempting option for lazy artists lurking.
    It is the watermark, which is able to insert the image in the background. As a result,
    you can see exactly lines, edges and shapes, which helps in drawing, but
    can “kill” creativity of the artist.

    Believes that the picture is drawn under the “Jave” is the ascii-art or not, are
    divided. A group of people think that ASCII art is the picture drawn
    Only using a text editor, and some allow the use of
    ‘Javnych’ techniques for creating arts. Discussions to resolve
    this issue is still alive, we invite you to a great-:)

    .- I do not think the editor is important, but the figure included in the soul!
    _@”

    14th How to properly send the drawing ascii-art/list the group?

    You must be aware that users of the group is happy with each drawing
    ascii-art appearing on the group.
    /))
    .== ,/_)o” =================== That’s not all! ==============================.
    | |
    | Essential responders even function on a group is |
    | Append ascii-art image to each of his letter. Figure may |
    | To be tiny and not necessarily his own, though very strongly encourage you to |
    | Submit your own … . . |
    | ( o /) |
    ‘——————– Nothing but the draw and send! ——–(,/|,)—-jb

    To correctly send ascii-art image should have a well-configured
    Newsreader, which is set:

    • Disproportionate font
    • Mail Sending Format: Plain Text
    • Character encoding: ISO (ISO Central Europe)
    • Automatic text wrapping – disabled or set to wrap
      text after the example 100 characters

    If you do not know how to configure your OE reader and you 🙂
    see the answer to Question 6 How to configure Outlook Express to
    reading and sending letters to the great-a?

    If you are not sure if I sent you a picture will be fine
    visible on the group you can always test this by sending the image to the group
    pl.test. This group is used to perform tests and no one will have not
    to your claim.

    In giving the group observe netiquette
    ( www.netykieta.prv.pl or www.pg.gda.pl/ ~ agatek / netq.html ).
    For example, in response to a letter to be answered under the quotation and cut
    unnecessary portion of it, such as roller skates, signature (if they do not
    commenting), and unnecessary quotations.

    15th Can I use ascii-art pictures?

    Ascii artists can distribute provided they comply with the following
    rules:

    The most important rule is associated with signatures typically located in one
    corner of the image, or wpl?tanymi in the drawing. Such a signature is normally
    a number of letters, here’s an example:

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    ( .7 T888888bp.._”-.
    _.ss7/ T8888888888p..)
    : 7888: :8888888888P”
    ‘^8P^ :888PP^””
    / |
    : ((: The author of this work is
    ‘. (@@’. Martin Glinski, signing a
    fsc ‘. initials “FSC”.
    ,w/’-.__.-‘( _o
    ‘ ‘w,
    ,w”

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    Dissemination of mutilated ascii-art, is forbidden and reprehensible.
    In doing so, people will not be welcome.

    If you want to use a picture that has no signature, ask for
    great-and who is its author. What so many pairs of eyes are better than one 🙂 If no one
    will not know it every time you use this figure,
    You must specify that you are not its author. This is best done by
    inserting signatures into the drawing: [unknown] or [no_sig].

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    If you then get yourself to who is the author of the drawing, not
    forget to let us know about it at great-a! We will be grateful to you all 🙂

    Found the drawing can be used for a signature, but only under
    Subject to the consent of the author / authors. Please ask for it, if
    planned frequent use of ASCII-Art.

    The author may restrict the right to copy his drawings, and should at this
    absolutely obeyed! But it can not restrict the right to copy
    what post on the group! This does not even make sense, because the message shown in Figure
    is copied several times between news servers, archives, and users.

    It is forbidden to reap the direct benefits
    property of such a copy!

    16th How do I know who the author is drawing?

    Each drawing ascii should be labeled with the initials of the author. Sadly
    and so that such signature does not have: (What to do with this figure you will learn
    in question 14 Can I use ascii-art pictures?

    To see who is the author of works of interest to us, want to look at
    the following addresses:

    • www.ascii.piwko.pl / ASCIISygn.html
    • www.ascii-art.de/ascii/uvw/who_is_who.txt
    • www.ludd.luth.se/ ~ vk / pics / ascii / junkyard / misc / who ‘s_who.txt

    If the above list is not looking for a signature, the author drawing ever
    You can ask for our group.

    17th Can I be the great-a turn for the implementation of the figure / caption /
    signature?

    |
    ( <@) Of course, the figure always 🙂
    |( ) All those here in ASCII form, will be glad
    |,`, The possibility to address the problem for you 🙂
    | / [Tomekk] If a request for alteration of the drawing on the version of the ascii value
    | Enter the URL at which you can find it in the original. For
    creating a drawing will be a great help.

    If you are submitting a request for a new signature or to improve existing
    You must be noted what you want them to be found in your email signature:

    • I figure?
    • How web address?
    • I email?
    • What words?
    • Quote?

    If you say you want a signature of the frog, it = =/
    most of our proposals will be with a beautiful frog, “3–E”
    and not such a wild moose 😉 ( oo )—.
    `–‘ |
    However, if you are interested in only the execution of the string ||/-!/ fsc
    ASCII – you can try to do it yourself, using the program
    figlet.

    18th How to make strings in ascii-art? What is figlet?

    Figlet program is used to generate decorative strings in ascii, but, for
    its advantages are huge selection of fonts that can be used. Program
    and used by him, the font can be downloaded from the network or use
    on-line.

    See:

    • www.figlet.org official site of the Figlet

    and on-line versions Figleta:

    • www.ascii.art.pl / figlet.php (highly recommended!)
    • www.surfplaza.com/figlet/
    • www.schnoggo.com / figlet.html
    • www.network-science.de/ascii/

    Examples of the word “Ascii Art”:
    _____ _ _ _____ _
    | _ |___ ||| | _ || |_
    | |_ -| | | | | | _| _|
    |||___|___|
    || |||| |_| [Font: chunky]

    ____ _____ __ ____ ____ ____ ____ ______
    / T/ _/ / ]l jl j / T| | T
    Y o ( _ / / | T | T Y o || D ) |
    | |
    T/ / | | | | | || /l_j l_j
    | _ |/ / _ | | | | | _ || | |
    | | | | j l j l | | || . Y | |
    l__j__j ___j____j|____j|____j l__j__jl__j_j l__j [font: Crawford]

    _, _,
    / | o o / | /
    /–| ( ,, , /–| _ /
    _/ |
    /)((( / |/ (_( [Font: Santaclara]

    _____ .. _____ __
    / _ ______ ____ ||| / _ ________/ |_
    / /_ / // ___| | | / / _ __ __
    / | ___ ___| | | / | | /| |
    ____|
    /____ >___ >|| ____|__ /| || [Font: graffiti]
    / / / /

    19th Where can I find more ASCII-art?

    The most important place is the news group: pl.rec.ascii-art, where you can
    watch a lot of new ascii-art and their evaluations. Other newsgroups
    ascii graphics are devoted to:

    • Alt.ascii-art
    • De.alt.rec.ascii-art
    • Rec.arts.ascii

    On the internet There are many galleries. Worth a visit!
    Here are links to several of them, mostly Polish artists:


    / . '
    The Official Site of great-a | www.ascii.art.prv.pl 😐
    | Page Antoinette Liedke | hell.pl/nina/ ||
    | Ascii-art Joli | www.ascii-art-joli.prv.pl ||
    | Gallery Goldmoon’a | www.brak.strony.prv.pl ||
    | Home Poker Flat | www.asciipr0n.com/bug/ ||
    | Ascii anya_g | www.anya-g.prv.pl ||
    | Ascii Lidela | 997.wz.cz/ascii.php ||
    | | ||
    | Joan Stark | www.ascii-art.com |:
    . __ __ ||
    | . /._. __/ .> ||
    | | -/)’) _)/ |;
    | | ___________________________b’ger ;.
    ______________________________.-‘-.____________________________________/,

    20th Gdzie mog? znale?? archiwum grupy?

    Archiwum grupy mo?na ?ci?gn?? z serwera news-archive.icm.edu.pl.
    Jest tak?e mo?liwo?? ?ci?gni?cia spakowanego archiwum ze strony grupy
    w formacie Hamstera:

    • www.ascii.art.pl/down/pl.rec.ascii-art.rar

lub obejrzenie archiwum on-line na ni?ej podanych stronach:
* groups.google.com.pl/groups?q=pl.rec.ascii-art&ie=ISO-8859-2&hl=pl
* niusy.onet.pl/niusy.html?t=archiwum&group=pl.rec.ascii-art

21st Glossary

aa – skrót ascii-art

ASCII – (ang. American Standard Code for Information Interchange)
system kodowania znaków za pomoc? liczb; wi?cej informacji
znajdziesz w odpowiedzi na pyt.: 4. Co sk?ada si? na zestaw
znaków ASCII?

ANSI – (ang. American National Standards Institute) czyli Ameryka?ski
Narodowy Instytut Standardów – instytucja zajmuj?ca si?
definiowaniem standardów dla ró?nych dziedzin: od norm ustalaj?cych
sk?ad asfaltu na drogach po obowi?zuj?cy sposób kodowania liter
w komputerach. Na ansi sk?adaj? si? specjalne symbole (kody)
pozwalaj?ce tworzy? prost? grafik? przy u?yciu linii, prostok?tów
i kolorów. Ansi by?a cz?sto wykorzystywana w BBS-ach pracuj?cych
w trybie tekstowym. Zobacz równie?: 3. Co nie jest ascii-artem?

delimiter
– linijka oddzielaj?ca tre?? wiadomo?ci od sygnaturki. Sk?ada si?
z dwóch my?lników i spacji.

diddle – jest to drobna poprawka/przeróbka rysunku, s?owo najcz??ciej
spotykane na grupach zagranicznych. Zazwyczaj po przeróbce czyjego?
rysunku dodaje si? swoje inicja?y do istniej?cych przedzielaj?c je
znakiem:/ _ _
np: / “”/
( (o o } )__
_ // ,
| / _ /
snd/fsc L/
| ||
ob-ascii, OA lub OB
– skrót od angielskiego ‘obligatory ascii’. Jest to rysunek,
zazwyczaj niewielki, dodawany do postów o tematyce niezwi?zanej
z ascii-artem w celu powi?zania tego postu z tematem grupy.
OA:
C|~|
|
| [szklanka]

OE – program Outlook Express pod Windows

pra-a – skrót grupy dyskusyjnej pl.rec.ascii-art

[PIC] – znaczki [PIC] dodawane s? do tematu wiadomo?ci, ?eby ?atwiej
mo?na by?o odnale?? rysunki na grupie, w?ród dyskusji nie
zawieraj?cych (niestety) ascii-artów. Nie jest to cz?sto u?ywane,
ale si? zdarza

sygnaturka lub sig
– czterolinijkowy podpis (na pra-a jako jedynej polskiej grupie
dyskusyjnej mo?e by? n-linijkowy) do??czany do listów poprzedzony
delimiterem; zawiera wszystko co sobie jego w?a?ciciel wymarzy 🙂
Kolekcja sigów z polskich newsów:
* hell.pl/nina/newssigs/newssigs.htm

UUEncode
– (ang. Unix to Unix Encoding) popularna (zw?aszcza w systemach
Unixa i Linuxa) metoda przekszta?cania danych z postaci binarnej
na tekst ASCII, co jest konieczne dla przesy?ania danych binarnych
poczt? elektroniczn?

watermark
– sposób rysowania aa przez leniwych artystów stosuj?cych przy
rysowaniu “t?o” w formie obrazka. Opcja jest dost?pna np. w Jave.
Równie? do X-Window istnieje kilka terminali umo?liwiaj?cych
wy?wietlenie obrazka w tle – wystarczy w takim terminalu uruchomi?
np. vim, aby równie? móc korzysta? z “watermark”.
Hmm .. entuzja?ci naklejaj? prze?roczyst? foli? z rysunkiem na monitor
i rysuj? “pod ni?” 🙂

wrote, czyli wrotka
– napis wprowadzaj?cy cytowanie wiadomo?ci przedpisz?cego;
standardowo w OE:

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Way Too Many Online Quizes from BlogThings

Your Personality Is

Rational (NT)

You are both logical and creative. You are full of ideas.
You are so rational that you analyze everything. This drives people a little crazy!

Intelligence is important to you. You always like to be around smart people.
In fact, you’re often a little short with people who don’t impress you mentally.

You seem distant to some – but it’s usually because you’re deep in thought.
Those who understand you best are fellow Rationals.

In love, you tend to approach things with logic. You seek a compatible mate – who is also very intelligent.

At work, you tend to gravitate toward idea building careers – like programming, medicine, or academia.

With others, you are very honest and direct. People often can’t take your criticism well.

As far as your looks go, you’re coasting on what you were born with. You think fashion is silly.

On weekends, you spend most of your time thinking, experimenting with new ideas, or learning new things.

Your Blogging Type is Artistic and Passionate

You see your blog as the ultimate personal expression – and work hard to make it great.
One moment you may be working on a new dramatic design for your blog…
And the next, you’re passionately writing about your pet causes.
Your blog is very important – and you’re careful about who you share it with.
Your Dating Purity Score: 64%

You are an under-experienced dater.
This doesn’t mean you’re unexperienced – far from it.
It just means that there’s a lot of romance left to discover!
Your Mood Ring is Dark Green

Friendly
Outgoing
Cheerful
Your Power Color Is Indigo

At Your Highest:

You are on a fast track to success – and others believe in you.

At Your Lowest:

You require a lot of attention and praise.

In Love:

You see people as how you want them to be, not as how they are.

How You’re Attractive:

You’re dramatic flair makes others see you as mysterious and romantic.

Your Eternal Question:

“Does This Work Into My Future Plans?”

Your Love Life Secrets Are

Looking back on your life, you will only have one true love.

You’ve been deeply wounded in the past, and you’re still recovering from that hurt.

You prefer a quirky, unique person to be your lover. You’re easy going about who you’re with, as long as they love you back.

In fights, you speak your mind and don’t hold back. You know you’re right, and you can get quite angry about it.

A break-up usually comes as a shock to you. You always think things are going well.

You Are An Invisible Ex

You’re so over your ex, you hardly even remember you have an ex
You prefer leave all of the baggage behind you – far, far behind
As they say, indifference is the opposite of love!
You Are A Lily

You are a nurturer and all around natural therapist.
People see you as their rock. And they are able to depend on you.
You are a soothing influence. You can make people feel better with a few words.
Your caring has more of an impact than even you realize.
What Flower Are You?
The Keys to Your Heart

You are attracted to those who are unbridled, untrammeled, and free.

In love, you feel the most alive when things are straight-forward, and you’re told that you’re loved.

You’d like to your lover to think you are stylish and alluring.

You would be forced to break up with someone who was emotional, moody, and difficult to please.

Your ideal relationship is open. Both of you can talk about everything… no secrets.

Your risk of cheating is zero. You care about society and morality. You would never break a commitment.

You think of marriage something you’ve always wanted… though you haven’t really thought about it.

In this moment, you think of love as something you can get or discard anytime. You’re feeling self centered.

I am NOT feeling self centred and I don’t think of love as some
thing to be gotten or discarded so easily. Not if it’s sincere. That fly by night BS is about as important as a Bic lighter. But sincere feelings are not something I feel casual about.

So there! I really should do something else with my day other than taking these self centred online quizzes. 😉