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The brackets and curlies at the start can't be normal. Right?
I added those in there so that I could get their hex values.
Oh, okay!

Then, that looks very successful Kerm! Great job, I'll make as many token-byte rows as I can so we can finish this Smile
Thanks, comic! I believe that Shaun had successful detokenization in Token IDE first, though, so first-success kudos go to him. Smile I'm working on playing with an editor view now.
KermMartian wrote:
Thanks, comic! I believe that Shaun had successful detokenization in Token IDE first, though, so first-success kudos go to him. Smile I'm working on playing with an editor view now.
Heh, thanks for the kudos. I see this all as a joint effort, though Smile. You'll certainly get (or already have?) saving the files done before I do.
I have my full routine for it written; I just want to put in enough of my editor framework in some non-shortcut way to be able to test it for real. Smile
Btw, by using GetKey() you can open the catalog function returning the selected token bytes directly.
cfxm wrote:
Btw, by using GetKey() you can open the catalog function returning the selected token bytes directly.
Ooooh, that's excellent, that should help us with this project.
*bump* Sooo, two months later! Very Happy In helping Sarah test SourceCoder + Prizm BASIC tonight, specifically these special .txt files that it seems the Prizm generates when you move files to storage RAM (?!!!??), I realized that most of the two-byte special characters are missing, particularly the E5-E8 ones. Merth's Chars program does a great job of showing them, so if someone could help complete the following table with proper HTML entities, I would be very appreciative:


Code:

   0xE5 => array(
      0xE2 => "{<3}"
   ),
   0xE6 => array(
      0xA3 => "○",
      0xA6 => "◼",
      0xAE => "☒"
   )


Edit: errr, those three symbol lines are supposed to look like this, without the spaces:


Code:
      0xA3 => "&# 9675;",
      0xA6 => "&# 9724;",
      0xAE => "&# 9746;"
Those are all but missing from the Google Spreadsheet as well; I never added the tokens to it. I still have the pictures and the lists that go together, I can post all five lists I have remaining and their respective photos (I might have, already) to aide in the speedy population of all the tokens.

Update:
So, here is the post containing the five images I need to find HTML alternatives for, also, the .txt thing ;D I'll get the five respective lists into the Google Spreadsheet, name them accordingly and describe how they are laid out so they can be populated by via a weak crowd sourcing.
The most helpful thing for me would be Unicode equivalents of as many characters as possible either as decimal (&#blah;) or hex (&#xblah;?). I'll try to add some of them myself this evening, thanks for the photos.
Sure thing. I couldn't find a link to the Spreadsheet throughout the topic, so I'll post it here and on the first post.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ai5HI0wB7bW6dGVZWVJ6ZENVSW44SXhCbEE0MlZyR2c&hl=en_US#gid=10

The images read like a book and their equivalents go downward in each list. So basically, it's as follows:


Code:
1,2,3,4,5
6,7,8,9,0

is equal to

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
While we wait for other people to have free time (wink wink Wink) to work on the extended symbol tokens, I've figured out the following. I got stuck looking for small-form lowercase and uppercase letters and numbers, so I stopped.


Code:
Casio codes | Unicode codes
E501-E517 C0-D6
E601-E617 E0-F6
E518-E51E D8-DE
E618-E61E F8-FE
E61F DF
E520 FF
E620 0178
E521 0102
E522 0104
E523 0106
E524 0108
E621 0103
E622 0105
E623 0107
E624 0109
E525 0152
E625 0153
E526 010E
E626 010F
E527 0118
E627 0119
E528 011A
E628 011B
E529 0141
E629 0142
E52A 0143
E62A 0144
E52B 0147
E62B 0148
E52C 0150
E62C 0151
E52D 0158
E62D 0159
E52E 015A
E62E 015B
E52F 0160
E62F 0161
E530 0164
E630 0165
E531 016E
E631 016F
E532 0170
E632 0171
E533 0179
E633 017A
E534 017B
E634 017C
E535 017D
E635 017E


Still to do:
E536-E5FF
E636-E6FF
E730-E7FF
  
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