GRAFTABL + Loading Graphics Characters
Loads graphics characters with ASCII codes greater than 127
so that they can be used with the color/graphics adapter.
MS-DOS equivalent: GRAFTABL (3.0+)
[d:][path] GRAFTABL [nnn][/STATUS]
[d:][path] Specifies the drive letter and path that
contain the GRAFTABL command file.
nnn Specifies the country code page
according to the following values:
437 United States (default)
863 Canada (French)
865 Norway and Denmark
/STATUS Displays the number of the current
country code page.
loads the table of graphics characters for the Canadian (French)
code page. ASCII characters 128 through 255 will now be displayed
in the graphics mode if the system has a color/graphics adapter.
An unidentifiable parameter was specified. Check the parameters
No version of Graphic Character Set Table is already
GRAFTABL has not been used to load character tables; no action is
Non-Standard version of Graphics Character Set Table is
A previously loaded character set table has been modified; no
action is required.
nnn version of Graphic Character Set Table is now loaded
The code page numbered nnn has been loaded; no further action is
When this command has been executed, it increases the size
of DOS by 1296 bytes. GRAFTABL may be used multiple times to
change the loaded graphics characters.
[For related topics, press R]
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