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ATASCII is a eight-bit encoding that was used on Atari computers. It uses most, but not all, of the ASCII printing characters; codes 7B through 7F are different. The characters with the high bit set (80 through FF) are, with some exceptions, inverse video versions of the same code ANDed with 7F.
- Atari 8-bit FAQ - What is the ATASCII Character Set?
- Wikipedia entry on ATASCII
- SpriteShack: Using ATASCII in Games
- Atari Character Codes from Computer Magazine Issue #70
- Issue of Analog Computing Magazine (#31) covering ATASCII Animations
- Process of typing in ATASCII on an Atari computer
- Code table
- The Atari Character Set page at Atari-Forum.com
- Joyful Coder ATASCII Map
- ATASCII map in PDF
- Atari ATASCII Viewer (Java) on Sourceforge. Last updated in 2001.
- ATASCII View Windows program for viewing ATASCII characters
- Web-based ATASCII Printer
- Terminfo for ATASCII
- Syncterm Software - Terminal program for Windows that supports ATASCII
- Memo Pad, a windows memo pad for ATASCII characters
- File directory containing two ATASCII Telnet Clients for Windows
- http://ape.dyndns.org:8083/ABBUC/379/IBM2A.C IBM2A.C - Program to make "best guess" conversion from ATASCII to IBM PC Characters (1993)