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From: Jeff Weeks <pweeks AT execulink DOT com>
Newsgroups: comp.os.msdos.djgpp
Subject: Re: ASCII code table
Date: 2 Jun 1997 21:00:31 GMT
Organization: Code X Software
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Jisan Yang wrote:
> 
> Hello.
> I am looking for ASCII code table ASAP.
> Whoever happen to have ASCII table, please send me the text file.
> I will appreciate your help.
> Email: jiyang AT unlgrad1 DOT unl DOT edu

Do you run DOS?  Most likely since you using DJGPP...

So, just load up QBasic.  Goto help | contents, and click on the ascii
table option.  It's all there, an 8-bit ascii table.  If you print it, I
suggest you only print character 32 an on, or else your printer will
misintrepret your intentions :)

Ofcourse, if you we're a real programmer you'd do it this way...

  for(char letter = 0; letter < 256; letter++) {
    cout << letter;

:)
  
Jeff

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