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TypeFace / Character Set Image Data


8x8 C include file from Chris Eddy

8x6 from Philippe Lucidame

7x5 from Alice Campbell

5x7 landscape from Alice Campbell

4x6 from PK

The character set extractor by Nikolai Golovchenko and its sample files

Bitmap to table converter Opens FNT (Windows Bitmap Font) or BMP (Windows Bitmap Picture) files and writes out a C language data table.

BMP2ASM by John Gerthoffer of American AutoMatrix. Converts BMP, ICO, or WMF files into 8 bit high rows. Written as part of the Smart Stat project? Also available is a program that converts the output of BMP2ASM into a C array.

Windows Charset Editor from

A better 7 segment decoder with individual LEDs

MICR@ Barcode@ Calculator (Up side down 7 segment)

A subtile but important point is that character set encoding has nothing to do with the actual shape of the characters being encoded.


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