Started by arnoldemu, 11:47, 28 May 10
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Quote from: gerald on 12:28, 28 May 10Hi KevinA simple indirection using a table that you use in your putchar() equivalent should do.The table should contain in entry 80 (P), the 69(E) value etc ...You also can reduce table size by only translating char between 32 and 127 (or less).According to the translation rules you might have multiple tables as wellYou just need to build the table by hand. But this will cost you the table size and code around it.An better way would be to have all your stings in a header file and pre-process this header file before compilation with an external script (perl or whatever).You will have your source in a human readable state and save the bytes in compiled the code.Gerald
Quote from: arnoldemu on 11:47, 28 May 10Is there an assembler or C trick where I can enter the text as ASCII in my program and it remaps it to the actual char positions in my font?
charset '0',#80charset '1','9',1charset ' ',10charset 'A','Z',11charset '-',37charset 'c',38 ; Copyright
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