Re: LZ: f-term
> A.K.A. TheWiz wrote:
> > > the ti-85 does not conform to standard ASCII so that would be one of the
> > It does from 32-128, which is all the standard & international characters.
> Characters below 32 and above 128 are OEM specific. On the PC, they
> comprise line drawing characters, etc. But these are not defined by the
> ASCII specification.
but for the characters that are to be used with a modem the lower 32
characters have to be mapped as the PC character set is mapped. i.e. the
enter key on the calc has to be the same character as on the PC.
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