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ASCIIcat 7.8

ASCIIcat - A free indispensable reference for writers, programmers, illustrat.


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Total downloads: 653
  • Last Updated: Apr 14, 2010
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows 98/NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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ASCIIcat is a Home & Education software developed by R. E. Harvey. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for ASCIIcat:

BS Editor: ASCIIcat™ is the indispensable reference used daily by several hundred thousand writers, programmers, illustrators, editors, and HTML designers. ASCIIcat is a help file, supporting Windows 95 through Windows XP, but not Windows Vista.
This professionally-designed (not to forget free) ASCII Catalog includes:

Automated setup and uninstall program.
Decimal, hexadecimal, binary, octal, ANSI, and color charts.
ANSI and DOS characters, Symbol and Wingdings fonts.
Windows and DOS color charts and conversions. Color wheel.
Volume, length, weight, temperature conversion.
Inch, millimeter, point, pica, screen resolution conversions.
Enhanced numeric constants, formulas and conversions.
Internet Web-safe and named color swatches.
Paper sizes.
Roman numerals.
Hex, Binary Calculator.
Parts of a font, point sizes and pixels.
International Codepages.
Line drawing characters.
Keyboard charts for Windows, DOS and HP Palmtop PCs.
Fraction/decimal conversion.
Body mass index table.
Multi-year Calendar. More than 300 holidays.
Writer's style guide.
More than 1000 commonly misspelled and misused words, many with definitions.
Country and state information.
LCID, Country Codes.
Starts at the most popular page.
Hierarchal table of contents similar to HTMLcat.
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