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ASCII art with C#

, 30 Jan 2005
About writing an image to ASCII converter.
asciiart.zip
ASCIIArt
ascii_art_with_c__demo.zip
image2Ascii
bin
AsciiArt.dll
image2ascii.dll
codeproject.gif
Global.asax
image2ascii.csproj.webinfo
ascii_art_with_c__src.zip
ascii_art_with_c__src
AsciiArt.csproj.user
bin

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Daniel Fisher (lennybacon)
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Beginning of the nineties started to assemble computers and configure networks. Automation lead to batching and scripting. Arrived on the other side of the trench the HTTP protocol is a constant companion. the journey began with JavaScript, then Perl, PHP and ASP with Visual Basic 5 and JScript, ending with Java and C++. End of the nineties starting to focus .NET, streaked Python, and now JavaScript again. He develops, teaches, trains, coaches and speaks. His topics: HTML5 & Web, Data Access & Performance, Scalable & Testable Designs, Distributed Systems & Services, Security & Trust.
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