ASCII art - traduzione in Inglese
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ASCII art - traduzione in Inglese

ART GENRE
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  • A self-propelled howitzer and truck made using ASCII art
  • Block ASCII display via Notepad versus ACiDView for Windows
  • The alphabet in Newskool (Note: artificially shrunk vertically)
  • A portion of the [[Brooklyn Daily Eagle]], 6 January 1875, showing advertisements made from typewriter art.
  • [[Dag Hammarskjöld]], printout from [[teleprinter]] 1961-62
  • Gikoneko}} Posted on 2channel in 2000
  • Sirius]]" from a 9th-century astronomical manuscript
  • Nichanneru}} in 2000
  • Oldschool/Amiga ASCII look on Commodore Amiga Computer versus look on the IBM PC (notice the tight spacing)
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  • Newskool ASCII screenshot

ASCII art         
Arte ASCII (grafica prodotta unicamente con l"uso di caratteri di testo)
ASCII file         
  • ASCII (1963). [[Control Pictures]] of equivalent controls are shown where they exist, or a grey dot otherwise.
  • Early symbols assigned to the 32 control characters, space and delete characters. (MIL-STD-188-100, 1972)
AMERICAN CHARACTER ENCODING STANDARD
Ascii; ASCII code; ASCIIbetical; US-ASCII; ASCII Character Set; ASCII character set; ASCII File; Us-ascii; CP367; 7-bit ASCII; ASCII value; ASCII text; ASCII text file; ASCII table; ASCII protocol; ASCII file; ASCII chart; ASCII characters; ANSI X3.4-1968; American standard code for information interchange; Ascii table; List of ascii characters; Ascii code; ASCII letters; Printable characters; American Standard Code for Information Interchange; USASCII; American Standard Code for Information Exchange; Bemer–Ross Code; ASCII Control Characters; American Standard Code For Information Interchange; ACSII; Ascii invisible characters; ASCIIbetical order; ANSI X3.4-1986; American standard code; ASCII printable characters; ASCII printable character; Ascii chart; Code page 367; ASCII-1963; ASCII-1967; ASA X3.4-1963; USASI X3.4-1967; USASI X3.4-1968; ANSI X3.4-1967; ANSI X3.4-1977; ASCII-1968; ASCII-1977; ASCII-1986; Codepage 367; Iso-ir-6; IBM367; Cp367; CsASCII; Code page 20127; ASC2; ASC 2; ASC-2; ASCII-1965; ASCII order; ASCII character; ASCII char; ASCII chr; Seven-bit ASCII; Binary ASCII; Codepage 20127; ASCII letter; ASA X3.4; USASI X3.4; ANSI X3.4; X3.4; USAS X3.4-1967; ANSI X3.4-1986 (R1997); ANSI X3.4-1986 (R1992); ANSI INCITS 4-1986 (R2007); ANSI INCITS 4-1986 (R2012); ANSI INCITS 4-1986 (R2002); ANSI INCITS 4; ANSI INCITS 4-1986; ANSCII; USASCII 63; ASCII 1963; USASCII 1963; USASCII 65; ASCII 1965; USASCII 1965; USASCII 67; ASCII 1967; USASCII 1967; USASCII 68; ASCII 1968; USASCII 1968; USASCII 77; ASCII 1977; USASCII 1977; ASCII 1986; USASCII 1986; USASCII 86; ASA X3.4-1965; USAS X3.4-1968; CP20127; Cp20127; USAS X3.4; USA Standard X3.4-1968; USA Standard X3.4-1967; USA Standard X3.4; United States of America Standard Code for Information Interchange; American National Standard Code for Information Interchange; American national standard code for information interchange; United States of America standard code for information interchange; American National Standard X3.4-1986; American National Standard X3.4-1977; American National Standard X3.4-1968; American National Standard X3.4; Standard X3.4; ASA standard X3.4; ASA Standard X3.4; ASA standard X3.4-1963; ASA Standard X3.4-1963; Standard X3.4-1963; ASA standard X3.4-1965; ASA Standard X3.4-1965; Standard X3.4-1965; ASCII (character encoding); ASCII character encoding; Code Page 20127; Code Page 367; CP00367; Us (character set); Ascii7; Ibm-367; 128 USASCII; CSASCII; ASCII stick; Stick (ASCII); Oracle US7ASCII; US7ASCII; ASCII-only text; Asciibetical; INCITS 4-1986 (R2012); INCITS 4-1986(R2012); INCITS 4-1986 (R2017); INCITS 4-1986(R2017); ANSI INCITS 4-1986 (R2017); ANSI INCITS 4-1986(R2017); ANSI INCITS 4-1986(R2012); Bemer-Ross Code
file ASCII, file che utilizza solo i 128 caratteri codificabili in 7 numeri binari (di solito un file testo)
ASCII code         
  • ASCII (1963). [[Control Pictures]] of equivalent controls are shown where they exist, or a grey dot otherwise.
  • Early symbols assigned to the 32 control characters, space and delete characters. (MIL-STD-188-100, 1972)
AMERICAN CHARACTER ENCODING STANDARD
Ascii; ASCII code; ASCIIbetical; US-ASCII; ASCII Character Set; ASCII character set; ASCII File; Us-ascii; CP367; 7-bit ASCII; ASCII value; ASCII text; ASCII text file; ASCII table; ASCII protocol; ASCII file; ASCII chart; ASCII characters; ANSI X3.4-1968; American standard code for information interchange; Ascii table; List of ascii characters; Ascii code; ASCII letters; Printable characters; American Standard Code for Information Interchange; USASCII; American Standard Code for Information Exchange; Bemer–Ross Code; ASCII Control Characters; American Standard Code For Information Interchange; ACSII; Ascii invisible characters; ASCIIbetical order; ANSI X3.4-1986; American standard code; ASCII printable characters; ASCII printable character; Ascii chart; Code page 367; ASCII-1963; ASCII-1967; ASA X3.4-1963; USASI X3.4-1967; USASI X3.4-1968; ANSI X3.4-1967; ANSI X3.4-1977; ASCII-1968; ASCII-1977; ASCII-1986; Codepage 367; Iso-ir-6; IBM367; Cp367; CsASCII; Code page 20127; ASC2; ASC 2; ASC-2; ASCII-1965; ASCII order; ASCII character; ASCII char; ASCII chr; Seven-bit ASCII; Binary ASCII; Codepage 20127; ASCII letter; ASA X3.4; USASI X3.4; ANSI X3.4; X3.4; USAS X3.4-1967; ANSI X3.4-1986 (R1997); ANSI X3.4-1986 (R1992); ANSI INCITS 4-1986 (R2007); ANSI INCITS 4-1986 (R2012); ANSI INCITS 4-1986 (R2002); ANSI INCITS 4; ANSI INCITS 4-1986; ANSCII; USASCII 63; ASCII 1963; USASCII 1963; USASCII 65; ASCII 1965; USASCII 1965; USASCII 67; ASCII 1967; USASCII 1967; USASCII 68; ASCII 1968; USASCII 1968; USASCII 77; ASCII 1977; USASCII 1977; ASCII 1986; USASCII 1986; USASCII 86; ASA X3.4-1965; USAS X3.4-1968; CP20127; Cp20127; USAS X3.4; USA Standard X3.4-1968; USA Standard X3.4-1967; USA Standard X3.4; United States of America Standard Code for Information Interchange; American National Standard Code for Information Interchange; American national standard code for information interchange; United States of America standard code for information interchange; American National Standard X3.4-1986; American National Standard X3.4-1977; American National Standard X3.4-1968; American National Standard X3.4; Standard X3.4; ASA standard X3.4; ASA Standard X3.4; ASA standard X3.4-1963; ASA Standard X3.4-1963; Standard X3.4-1963; ASA standard X3.4-1965; ASA Standard X3.4-1965; Standard X3.4-1965; ASCII (character encoding); ASCII character encoding; Code Page 20127; Code Page 367; CP00367; Us (character set); Ascii7; Ibm-367; 128 USASCII; CSASCII; ASCII stick; Stick (ASCII); Oracle US7ASCII; US7ASCII; ASCII-only text; Asciibetical; INCITS 4-1986 (R2012); INCITS 4-1986(R2012); INCITS 4-1986 (R2017); INCITS 4-1986(R2017); ANSI INCITS 4-1986 (R2017); ANSI INCITS 4-1986(R2017); ANSI INCITS 4-1986(R2012); Bemer-Ross Code
Codice ASCII, codice standard americano per lo scambio di informazioni (inform.)

Definizione

ASCII art
<graphics> (Or "character graphics", "ASCII graphics") The fine art of drawing diagrams using the ASCII character set (mainly "|-/+"). See also boxology. Here is a serious example: o----)||(--+--|<----+ +---------o + D O L )||( | | | C U A I )||( +-->|-+ | +-//-+--o - T C N )||( | | | | P E )||( +-->|-+--)---+--)|--+-o U )||( | | | GND T o----)||(--+--|<----+----------+ A power supply consisting of a full wave rectifier circuit feeding a capacitor input filter circuit Figure 1. And here are some very silly examples: |///| ____/| ___ |\_/| ___ | | o.O| ACK! / \_ |' '| _/ | | =(_)= THPHTH! / / / | (o)(o) U / C _) (__) /// _____ //// | ,___| (oo) / / | / /------- U (__) /____ || | /---V 'v'- oo ) / ||---W|| * * |--| || |'. |_/ //-o- ____---=======---____ ====___ /.. .. /___==== Klingons rule OK! // ---\__O__/--- \_ /_/ _____ __...---'-----'---...__ _=============================== ,----------------._/' '---..._______...---' (_______________||_) . . ,--' / /.---' '/ '--------_- - - - - _/ '--------' Figure 2. There is an important subgenre of ASCII art that puns on the standard character names in the fashion of a rebus. +--------------------------------------------------------+ | ^^^^^^^^^^^^ | | ^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^ | | ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ | | ^^^^^^^ B ^^^^^^^^^ | | ^^^^^^^^^ ^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ | +--------------------------------------------------------+ "A Bee in the Carrot Patch" Figure 3. Within humorous ASCII art, there is, for some reason, an entire flourishing subgenre of pictures of silly cows. One is shown in Figure 2; here are three more: (__) (__) (__) (/) ($$) (**) /-------/ /-------/ /-------/ / | 666 || / |=====|| / | || * ||----|| * ||----|| * ||----|| ASCII artASCII art ASCII artASCII art ASCII artASCII art ASCII artASCII art ASCII artASCII art ASCII artASCII art Satanic cow This cow is a Yuppie Cow in love Figure 4. http://gagme.wwa.com/ASCII artboba/scarecrow.html. (1996-02-06)

Wikipedia

ASCII art

ASCII art is a graphic design technique that uses computers for presentation and consists of pictures pieced together from the 95 printable (from a total of 128) characters defined by the ASCII Standard from 1963 and ASCII compliant character sets with proprietary extended characters (beyond the 128 characters of standard 7-bit ASCII). The term is also loosely used to refer to text-based visual art in general. ASCII art can be created with any text editor, and is often used with free-form languages. Most examples of ASCII art require a fixed-width font (non-proportional fonts, as on a traditional typewriter) such as Courier for presentation.

Among the oldest known examples of ASCII art are the creations by computer-art pioneer Kenneth Knowlton from around 1966, who was working for Bell Labs at the time. "Studies in Perception I" by Knowlton and Leon Harmon from 1966 shows some examples of their early ASCII art.

ASCII art was invented, in large part, because early printers often lacked graphics ability and thus, characters were used in place of graphic marks. Also, to mark divisions between different print jobs from different users, bulk printers often used ASCII art to print large banner pages, making the division easier to spot so that the results could be more easily separated by a computer operator or clerk. ASCII art was also used in early e-mail when images could not be embedded.

Esempi di pronuncia per ASCII art
1. who we saw in the self-portrait ASCII art.
Muriel Cooper _ David Reinfurt _ Talks at Google
2. And we're well familiar with the ASCII art at this point.
Muriel Cooper _ David Reinfurt _ Talks at Google