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Old 11-23-2002, 08:15 AM
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Default LCD display simulation


This is a little demo on simulating LCD display (like the one on your cell phone).
It uses 180 x 180 screen to draw and supports colors.

Basic character set is shown in the code (from A to Z), so if you want to use it, expand it to full chr set (sharacters are made in 5x7 format).

Method to draw anything to the surface is DrawPixel. With it, you can set each individual bit (pixel, LCD segment,...) on or off. This method is also used by PrintText.

You can add your own calculations to draw various objects on the display.

NOTE: Whe you print the text, make sure to raplace vbCrLf with vbLf!
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