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Kanji and / or Katakana character sets

Kanji and / or Katakana character sets

Kanji and / or Katakana character sets

(OP)
First of all *yey* the Pascal forum is back!

OK now my question:
How can I use Kanji, Katakana or Romanji character sets in Turbo Pascal? I asked in the Delphi forum trying to find out how to do it in DOS but they didn't know. I'm actually using TP7 and I like to think I'm more than competent with it ;)
So throw suggestions my way please, they'll be much appreciated (if relevant (lol)).

RE: Kanji and / or Katakana character sets

in graphics mode: try to find a font file
in text mode: I think it's possible to set your own 8x8 font, but don't forget to reset it before you exit

Regards,
Bert Vingerhoets
vingerhoetsbert@hotmail.com
http://student.vub.ac.be/~bvingerh/
Don't worry what people think about you. They're too busy wondering what you think about them.

RE: Kanji and / or Katakana character sets

(OP)
cool ill give it a whirl thanx
is 8 x 8 the default? if not is there any way to make a program change to this mode like you can make it change to 80x50 lines via code?

RE: Kanji and / or Katakana character sets

8x8 is default for 80x25 and 40x25, I don't know about other modes. It's possible they have a different font table.

Regards,
Bert Vingerhoets
vingerhoetsbert@hotmail.com
http://student.vub.ac.be/~bvingerh/
Don't worry what people think about you. They're too busy wondering what you think about them.

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