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Re^3: Upside Down Text Revised

by mbethke (Hermit)
on Mar 08, 2013 at 03:38 UTC ( [id://1022340]=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: Upside Down Text Revised
in thread Upside Down Text Revised

Sorry, my bad! Well, that makes the terminal the main suspect. Maybe pipe to something akin to xxd on Windows, or perl -ne'printf "%02x ",ord $_ for split//' to further diagnose?

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Re^4: Upside Down Text Revised
by PilotinControl (Pilgrim) on Mar 08, 2013 at 07:03 UTC

    I'm running on Windows XP if that makes a difference? As you can see from the output it is having trouble finding the upside down equivalent to the T, E, P, R, L, D, N. I have posted pictures here: Click Here to see the exact output.

      Text::UpsideDown is dead simple in this respect, it just replaces each ASCII character (except for symmetrical ones like H or I) with a corresponding Unicode character that looks like its upside-down version and returns you that string. The question marks are from your terminal. Maybe your font doesn't have the necessary characters? I don't remember how one changes the font in a Windows XP console but it should be possible to set something like Courier New that has good support for the more exotic ISO-10646 characters.

        I set the cmd.exe to Lucida Console and that did not improve anything. should I be editing files in Notepad instead of wordpad? This is perplexing

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