?? That's the second time this month it happens to me. I'm beginning to seriously doubt my keyboard-a-bilities. Surely it's not Jive, jivving things up ...?
That name again, http://www.jongware.com/binaries/monolinetext.v1.0.zip.
Thank you very much for this script:)
I would like to ask if it is possible to add extended roman characters for Spanish or Turkish in your script?
If you don't have a time would you please show couple of examples to add your script for extended characters?
As I understand we should add Hershey C-Style coordinates arrays in your script like;
Array( 23,24, // Ascii 126 Array( 3, 6, 3, 8, 4,11, 6,12, 8,12,10,11,14, 8,16, 7,18, 7,20, 8,21,10,-1,-1, 3, 8, 4,10, 6,11, 8,11,10,10,14, 7,16, 6,18, 6,20, 7,21,10,21,12 ) )
But how to find those arrays in c-style, I have downloaded "The full Hershey set for Roman Characters" but could not understand it ;
613 19CaGMG[ RGQJNLMOMQNRQR[ RRQUNWMZM\N]Q][
614 11I\MMM[ RMQPNRMUMWNXQX[
616 18H[LMLb RLPNNPMSMUNWPXSXUWXUZS[P[NZLX
617 18I\XMXb RXPVNTMQMONMPLSLUMXOZQ[T[VZXX
618 9KXOMO[ ROSPPRNTMWM
Thank you and
It's been a while, I cannot recall if I wrote a program to convert the original data format to 'regular' coordinates, or just used one of the C style definitions that float around the web. The format is not extremely difficult to parse, but yes: it takes some tinkering. You can find samples for decoding at http://paulbourke.net/dataformats/hershey/