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    Source Code Viewer\ascii Viewer

    SORRY BOUT THE CAPS FIRST, MY KEYBOARD IS DAMAGED.

    WHAT CAN I USE TO VIEW MY SOURCE CODE THAT HAS SOME ASCII CHARS IN IT. I HAVE THAT BORDER THING AROUND A HEADING THAT CAN BE SEEN AS A BORDER IN DOS. BUT OTHER VIEWS LIKE ULTRAEDIT CONVERT IT TO JUST + AND -'S.
    WHAT CAN I USE TO PRINT IT HOW IT IS SUPPOSE TO BE WITH THE ACTUAL BORDERS.

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    Have you tried Notepad or on the command line you could use the edit utility.
    While you're breakin' down my back n'
    I been rackin' out my brain
    It don't matter how we make it
    'Cause it always ends the same
    You can push it for more mileage
    But your flaps r' wearin' thin
    And I could sleep on it 'til mornin'
    But this nightmare never ends
    Don't forget to call my lawyers
    With ridiculous demands
    An you can take the pity so far
    But it's more than I can stand
    'Cause this couchtrip's gettin' older
    Tell me how long has it been
    'Cause 5 years is forever
    An you haven't grown up yet
    -- You Could Be Mine - Guns N' Roses

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    Perhaps you're looking for a hex viewer?

    I like this one.

    gg

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    The characters look weird, (ie not the way they are suppose to ) in notepad.

    They look good in edit, which it what I use, but when I print from inside edit, some lines are printed off the edge of the page (cut off)

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    Ohhhh, now I get it.
    You are outputting some "ascii art" characters and you want to be able to print that output.

    Just use the "Terminal" font in your favorite text editor.

    gg

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