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software for ASCII diagrams

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by ErikBaluba, Oct 30, 2005.

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  1. ErikBaluba

    ErikBaluba Guest

    I have googled for freeware win32 software to make ASCII circuit diagrams,
    but I can't seem to find such a ting.
    Are there any good ones?

  2. Chris

    Chris Guest

    Andy´s ASCII-Circuit

  3. kell

    kell Guest

    I tried and got an error. Is the site down?

    Does Andy have an English version of his web site?
  4. Andy Baxter

    Andy Baxter Guest

  5. What happened to the other method proposed.coded by someone who
    posts/posted in these sci.electronics groups? Does anyone remember any
    details about this? Thanks.

  6. Well, two methods have been suggested so far. Are you referring to a
  7. I haven't seen all posts, but there was a guy a few years back when I
    first started who coded an application that created a substitution for
    ASCII art. It was a bit controversial here due to its not crating
    strictly text files, something like that.

  8. Works on any system that's got Python installed.
  9. JeffM

    JeffM Guest

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