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Text Demos



The software provided on this page is without warranty and provided "as is" for personal use. The user should use caution and run this software at their own risk. Resale or commerical use of these products is not permitted. The software on this page was written as practice and is provided here only as sample programs for those who may find them useful. While I will accept comments, bug reports and suggestions the software is considered legacy and is not under any on going development or support.

Demos manipulating the text screen.

F**ked!
Size 23 Kb
Year 1996
Language C
Operating System DOS
This simply scrolls the text off the screen and then restores the text screen afterwards.


Whirl
Size 43 Kb
Year 1996
Language C
Operating System DOS
This takes the characters on the screen and rotates them in a circle.


Smooth Text Scroll
Size 360 Bytes
Year 1996
Language Assembly
Operating System DOS
This was an attempt at smooth text scrolling. It's done by adjusting the alignment of the line on the text screen smoothly until the line overlaps the line above, then reset and copy the characters up a line and do the same thing again. It can sometimes be smooth and other times you may see the jump when the copy occurs.


Flip Screen
Size 22 Bytes
Year 1996
Language Assembly
Operating System DOS
This program will flip the text screen upside down.


Demo Mouse
Size 12 Kb
Year 1996
Language C
Operating System DOS
This program is a TSR that will allow you to cut and paste text on the DOS text screen. The text isn't truly cut and paste it is only allowing you to modify text video memory.


 
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