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The Adventures of Nerd Boy, or just Nerd Boy, was an ASCII comic, published by Joaquim Gândara between 5 August 2001 and 17 July 2007, and consisting of 600 strips. They were posted to ASCII art newsgroup alt.ascii-art and on the website.[33] Some strips have been translated to Polish[34][35] and French.




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Compact NFO Viewer is a free and popular NFO file viewer. NFO files are used to store ASCII art and text information. You can open and edit NFO, DIZ, and TXT files with it. You can change the text font and background color of your choice. It has a navigator tab which lets you view the URLs in the NFO document. It does not require installation and comes as a single executable.


NFOlux is a free NFO viewer and creator. It lets you view your NFO files easily. It has an auto generate feature, so you can create your own NFO files. It can be associated with NFO files as a default NFO viewer and editor. You can change the text font and background color settings. It is easy to install and uninstall.


DAMN NFO Viewer is a free utility for viewing NFO files easily. NFO file contains ASCII Art and information in text form. It is a simple and handy software to view NFO files. You can change the font size and color and background color of the window of your choice. It supports clicking on URLs. You can make it as a default application to handle NFO files. It is also available in portable version.


Jane (Just Another Nasty Editor) is a free and easy to use editor for all kinds of ASCII files (e.g. NFO files). You can view and edit NFO files with the help of it. You can set it as a default file handler for NFO files. It has various fonts and color schemes to apply and you can apply your own too. It supports drag and drop of NFO files to its window. You can open multiple instances of it. It has various shortcut keys to operate. It can handle hyperlinks also.


Media streaming and organization services such as Kodi and Plex use NFO files to update media library information. An NFO file can contain XML data that the services can read, updating your library accordingly, using tags such as title, user rating, outline, plot, runtime, genre, and so on.


NFO Viewer is a "simple viewer for NFO files." It presents your NFO files in a simple yet effective manner and doesn't mess around with fonts or other visual effects. Better still, NFO Viewer is free and open-source, so you can check out the source code if you want.


jp2a is a command-line tool that converts images to ASCII art in the Linux terminal. It works with JPEG and PNG files. It also allows colored output and your selection of character set to appear as ASCII image.


The purpose of this wiki is to show how one can write VTK files using python. Why using python ? Because it's beautiful & powerful, of course ! ;-) Obviously, you can use your favourite programming language to write such files. In the following, the data you want to write to a VTK file are supposed to arise from scipy/numpy arrays. Please browse scipy.org to get more information if needed.


Note: The following issue is frequently asked on the vtkusers mailing-list, so please read it carefully before complaining about errors while reading your VTK file after you wrote it.If you want to write your data in binary format in your "legacy" VTK file (XML files are not concerned), you have to write it in BigEndian, and not in LittleEndian, even if you use an intel or amd box which are known to be in LittleEndian. So, you have to convert your data in BigEndian before writing them in your VTK file. This is explicitly mentioned in the VTK file formats documentation.


The new XML format is somewhat more complex, but ultimately more flexible. Different types of data have different file extensions. Recently, a simple open-source Python class for writing unstructured data in the VTK XML format has been released. Although this class is probably too specialized for general-purpose use, it is an easily understood example that you can use to create your own classes. It utilized the built-in Python tool xml.dom.minidom to simplify the creation of XML. It also generates a .pvd file, which allows a series of VTK files to be read into Paraview simultaneously.


TTree::Scan returns the number of entries passing the selection. By default 50 rows are shown before TTree::Scan pauses and ask you to press the Enter key to see the next 50 rows. You can change the default number of rows to be shown before via mytree->SetScanfield(maxrows) where maxrows is 50 by default. If maxrows is set to 0 all rows of the Tree are shown. This option is interesting when dumping the contents of a Tree to an ascii file, eg from the command line:


If you are an organization using Chocolatey, we want your experience to be fully reliable. Due to the nature of this publicly offered repository, reliability cannot be guaranteed. Packages offered here are subject to distribution rights, which means they may need to reach out further to the internet to the official locations to download files at runtime.


Preserves any vector graphics (such as shapes and type)in the file. However, vector data in EPS and DCS files is availableonly to other applications; vector data is rasterized if you reopenthe file in Photoshop. This option is only available if your filecontains vector data.


Sorry about being slightly offtopic but I once nearly gave a heart attack to sys admin at my company when I replaced ssh login banner with an ascii face similar to meme man. He thought that our server was hacked So please be careful with all of that ASCI art, there can be casualties And this might be also of interest to some: -terminal-gameboy-emulator - gameboy emulator using utf-8 braille chars to display games in terminal


Get a single file from the remote server specified by the FtpConn connection handle.Note: Use net.ftp.init to create a connection handle.The local_path is relative to the Iguana install directory. So the absolute path for 'temp/myfile.txt' is something like 'c:/program files/interfaceware/iguana/temp/myfile.txt (Windows), or '/Users/julianmuir/Downloads/temp/myfile.txt' (Mac, Linux, Unix). You can also specify an absolute path.Note: The file type is detected and the correct transfer mode, 'ascii' (text) or 'binary', is chosen automatically.


Initializes a new FTP connection. The connection defaults to passive mode, you can also create an active connection (using the 'active' parameter). Other options include specifying IPV4 only (using 'no_eprt' or 'no_epsv'), etc.When a command is run the file type is detected and the correct transfer mode, 'ascii' (text) or 'binary', is chosen automatically.Note: The 'init' command only caches the connection parameters, it does not open a connection. The actual connections are managed automatically, a connection is opened and closed each time an ftp command is issued (get, put etc). Because of this there never a need to 'close' an FTP connection.If you need help with the advanced ftp options please contact support at support@interfaceware.com.


Put a single file on the server specified by the FtpConn connection handle.Note: Use net.ftp.init to create a connection handle.The local_path is relative to the Iguana install directory. So the absolute path for 'temp/myfile.txt' is something like 'c:/program files/interfaceware/iguana/temp/myfile.txt (Windows), or '/Users/julianmuir/Downloads/temp/myfile.txt' (Mac, Linux, Unix). You can also specify an absolute path.Note: The file type is detected and the correct transfer mode, 'ascii' (text) or 'binary', is chosen automatically.


Get a single file from the remote serverftp server specified by the FtpConn connection handle.Note: Use net.ftps.init to create a connection handle.The local_path is relative to the Iguana install directory. So the absolute path for 'temp/myfile.txt' is something like 'c:/program files/interfaceware/iguana/temp/myfile.txt (Windows), or '/Users/julianmuir/Downloads/temp/myfile.txt' (Mac/Linux). You can also specify an absolute path.Note: The file type is detected and the correct transfer mode, 'ascii' (text) or 'binary', is chosen automatically.


Initializes a new FTPS connection (FTP over SSL/TLS). The connection defaults to passive mode, you can also create an active connection (using the 'active' parameter). Other options include specifying IPV4 only (using 'no_eprt' or 'no_epsv'), etc.When a command is run the file type is detected and the correct transfer mode, 'ascii' (text) or 'binary', is chosen automatically.Note: The 'init' command only caches the connection parameters, it does not open a connection. The actual connections are managed automatically, a connection is opened and closed each time an ftp command is issued (get, put etc). Because of this there never a need to 'close' an FTPS connection.If you need help with the advanced ftp options please contact support at support@interfaceware.com.


Put a single file on the ftp server specified by the FtpConn connection handle.Note: Use net.ftps.init to create a connection handle.The local_path is relative to the Iguana install directory. So the absolute path for 'temp/myfile.txt' is something like 'c:/program files/interfaceware/iguana/temp/myfile.txt (Windows), or '/Users/julianmuir/Downloads/temp/myfile.txt' (Mac/Linux). You can also specify an absolute path.Note: The file type is detected and the correct transfer mode, 'ascii' (text) or 'binary', is chosen automatically.


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