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Tools for ASCII art.





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  • (rhk) Java ASCII Versatile Editor; Current version: 5.0 (14th June 2002); ; - "JavE is a free Ascii Editor. Rather than for editing texts, it is intended for drawing simple diagrams by using Ascii characters."

  • (rhk) CanvASCII Readme; viewed 18 Mar 2003; - "CanvASCII allows you to draw freely on console screen with ASCII characters. Supports copy, cut and paste, "transparent paste", find and replace. This early 'pre-release' version lacks much functionality and the code is obfuscated, but even now CanvASCII can assist you in drawing public server welcome logos, mail and news signatures, or e-mail ornaments."

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