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Re: ASCII table in vim help?

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  • Benoit Cerrina
    ... { ... correct, sorry ... one ... yes this is why I guessed they were supposed to be control characters, they show up as black box... except for 13 which
    Message 1 of 15 , Nov 1, 2001
      > I'm guessing you mean the ascii values of 13,127-160, the line 127 is the
      '{'
      > char...
      correct, sorry
      >
      > > By the way those should probably show up as control char but don't
      >
      > Yes, the they should be control chars, they are for me... Are they off by
      one
      > space?
      >
      >
      yes this is why I guessed they were supposed to be control characters, they
      show up as black box... except for 13 which is not shown and off by 2.
      Benoit
    • Benoit Cerrina
      ... Yes ... why not both. Here are the two version combined with a few help tags. There is still need to replace the control char. I replace the capital
      Message 2 of 15 , Nov 1, 2001
        >
        > I think it's a bad idea to use any raw control characters at all, and
        > better to just stick to everyday ASCII ones. At the very least all the
        > control characters should be replaced by two-character "^?" sequences,
        > methinks.
        Yes
        >
        > And while i'm on the subject, i'm personally not too keen on the very
        > verbose vertical listing. :-) I had something more like this in mind:
        >
        > 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07
        > +-------+-------+-------+-------+-------+-------+-------+-------+
        > 00 | 00 nul| 01 soh| 02 stx| 03 etx| 04 eot| 05 enq| 06 ack| 07 bel|
        > 08 | 08 bs | 09 ht | 0A nl | 0B vt | 0C np | 0D cr | 0E so | 0F si |
        > 10 | 10 dle| 11 dc1| 12 dc2| 13 dc3| 14 dc4| 15 nak| 16 syn| 17 etb|
        > 18 | 18 can| 19 em | 1A sub| 1B esc| 1C fs | 1D gs | 1E rs | 1F us |
        > 20 | 20 spc| 21 ! | 22 " | 23 # | 24 $ | 25 % | 26 & | 27 ' |
        > 28 | 28 ( | 29 ) | 2A * | 2B + | 2C , | 2D - | 2E . | 2F / |
        > 30 | 30 0 | 31 1 | 32 2 | 33 3 | 34 4 | 35 5 | 36 6 | 37 7 |
        > 38 | 38 8 | 39 9 | 3A : | 3B ; | 3C < | 3D = | 3E > | 3F ? |
        > 40 | 40 @ | 41 A | 42 B | 43 C | 44 D | 45 E | 46 F | 47 G |
        > 48 | 48 H | 49 I | 4A J | 4B K | 4C L | 4D M | 4E N | 4F O |
        > 50 | 50 P | 51 Q | 52 R | 53 S | 54 T | 55 U | 56 V | 57 W |
        > 58 | 58 X | 59 Y | 5A Z | 5B [ | 5C \ | 5D ] | 5E ^ | 5F _ |
        > 60 | 60 ` | 61 a | 62 b | 63 c | 64 d | 65 e | 66 f | 67 g |
        > 68 | 68 h | 69 i | 6A j | 6B k | 6C l | 6D m | 6E n | 6F o |
        > 70 | 70 p | 71 q | 72 r | 73 s | 74 t | 75 u | 76 v | 77 w |
        > 78 | 78 x | 79 y | 7A z | 7B { | 7C | | 7D } | 7E ~ | 7F del|
        > +-------+-------+-------+-------+-------+-------+-------+-------+
        >
        > (a work-in-progress that is based off FreeBSD's /usr/share/misc/ascii)
        >
        > Thoughts?
        why not both.
        Here are the two version combined with a few help tags. There is still need
        to replace the control char. I replace the capital letters in the long
        table
        they where showing as lower case.
        Benoit
        >
        > --
        > Piet Delport <siberiyan@...>
        > Today's subliminal thought is:
        >
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