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This challenge involves creating or parsing pictures using text characters as the paint. Typically this uses only 95 printable (from a total of 128) characters defined by the ASCII Standard from 1963.

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C - 294 287 220 191 184 178 174 bytes After staring out with a somewhat insane code I at least have gotten it down a bit ... Note: First loop has the requirement that the execution of the binary giv …
answered Feb 20 '16 by Runium
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BASH in color - 271 - 20 = 251 – With entangled rings ;P o='_4mGA _0mGA _1mG\n _4m/A \A _0m/A \\_1mA /A \\\n_4mD_3m---_0mD_2m---_1mD\n _4m\A_3m/_4m/A_0m\\_3m\\A_2m/_0m/A_1m\\_2m\A _1m/\n_4mG_3mD_0m …
answered Jan 21 '14 by Runium
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GAS Assembly 16-bit BIOS OL loader – 617 - 20 = 597 Going crazy on length here, so mere for the fun of it. It does not load much, but it loads The Olympic Games logo as ASCII with colors ;) Code: …
answered Jan 23 '14 by Runium
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Bash, 173 171 150 148 147 bytes, 157 136 134 133 characters q(){((n=${#2}>n?${#2}:n));};mapfile -tc1 -C q v;for((p=++n+1;p;--p));do z+=═;done;echo ╔$z╗;printf "║ %-${n}s║\n" "${v[@]}";echo ╚$z╝ Mu …
answered Feb 17 '16 by Runium