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STAR WARS

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

You know who Simon, Sten and Mike are?

They made nice ASCII movie (sorta) 100 years ago that's watchable on port 23 at towel.blinkenlights.nl.

Since Win7 no longer have telnet, I thought maybe to write a script to be able to occasionally enjoy this creative burst.

Here's the script:

STARWARS_TCP.au3

You can compile it to get authentic felling, or you can run it from SciTE. It should work both ways. SciTE's console is used as screen in latter. Just be a little patient for it to start, connection needs to be made ...and things like that.

Don't worry, you don't need AutoItObject this time.

Edited by trancexx

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

I already knew the ASCII movie but I like your code!

Well done!

5* stars for you star wars wrapper from me! :x

Hmm, according to the votes (2 votes - Ø3) I think you have some "real" fans... :P

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Hmm, according to the votes (2 votes - Ø3) I think you have some "real" fans... :x

Hehe, yeah, not the first time :P

It could be made so you cant vote the thread unless you have replied to it, probably wouldnt stop it, but could narrow down who is doing it. (or report to an admin who should be able to see who is doing it, atleast it's possible with vBulletin, guess IPBoard has such feature also).

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I hadn't seen this one before, nicely done. I like the way you implemented this.


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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

Cool script, wow didn't think some would spend so much time doing those types of movies, I can imagine how long it took them to do it, I have the real version on my DVR haven't watched it yet though lol guess I been on the pc too much this long weekend :x

Edited by ALFJ

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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

Install telnet in Windows 7:

pkgmgr /iu:"TelnetClient"

The functions to deal with SciTE are nice though.

Edit:

Don't worry, you don't need AutoItObject this time.

I lol'd. Edited by Manadar

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#8 ·  Posted (edited)

Is this a trailer, or the full movie?

I never saw it before, I think it's pretty cool. :x

Edited by czardas

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