Don't your accented letters follow tilde? ...

by TheBOB (Login qb432l)
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On my keyboard, the characters from 33 to 126 are keyboard characters, accented characters are from 128 to 150, so except for CHR$(127) they just follow in order.

SELECT CASE may be your best bet with sorting out all the oddball ASCII values. For example:

SELECT CASE ASC(Char$)
CASE 32: PRINTX% = PRINTX% + Array(1)
CASE 33 TO 126: index% = (ASC(Char$) - 33) * Array(0) + 2
CASE ... etc.
END SELECT

In any event, it's difficult to help when you are dealing with circumstances that we don't encounter -- different keyboards, extended character sets, etc.

-Bob

Posted on Aug 3, 2008, 4:47 PM

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That 's close to what i mentLisztfr on Aug 3
 ELSEIF's do work that way...TheBOB on Aug 3
  Weird ASCii stuffl on Aug 4
   bah !Lisztfr on Aug 4
    Now it's working thanks to you all :)Lisztfr on Aug 4
     Yeah, I don't know how great they would look at 42%Clippy on Aug 4
     I think we discussed that...TheBOB on Aug 4
     Small images get corrupted when squeezedLisztfr on Aug 4
     We discussed that and i tried itLisztfr on Aug 4
     *Yes, squashing can ruin images, especially monochrome -- anyway, congratulations :-)TheBOB on Aug 4
     Well, Screen 2 is not exactly flattering for any fontClippy on Aug 4
     I'm a progressive thinker and that is why I don't do graphics.Pete on Aug 8
     * Apparently your XP shares your lack of enthusiasm for Screen 12 too.Clippy on Aug 8
     Top-ten reasons for using graphics mode...TheBOB on Aug 8
     ROFL... but you are wrong about reason #1...Pete on Aug 8
     *Point taken -- and I didn't even have to lie down ;-)TheBOB on Aug 9

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