DEC Special Graphics

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DEC Special Graphics is a 7-bit character set developed by Digital Equipment Corporation. This was used very often to draw boxes on the VT100 video terminal and the many emulators, and used by bulletin board software. The escape sequence Esc ( 0 switched the codes for lower-case ASCII letters to draw this set, and the sequence Esc ( B switched back.

Character set

Gray cells are the same as ASCII

DEC Special
_0 _1 _2 _3 _4 _5 _6 _7 _8 _9 _A _B _C _D _E _F
5_
80
NBSP
00A0
6_
96

25C6

2592

2409

240C

240D

240A
°
00B0
±
00B1

2424

240B

2518

2510

250C

2514

253C

23BA
7_
112

23BB

2500

23BC

23BD

251C

2524

2534

252C

2502

2264

2265
π
03C0

2260
£
00A3
·
00B7

See also

References

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