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Custom-Character Calculator for KS0108, HD61202 and compatibles

By Dincer Aydin

The KS0108 chip does not have built in text capability. Using the calculator below you can get the bitmap values for any 5*7 character.

Click the pixels to toggle them on/off. When you've got the pattern you want, copy the list of values into your program.

Each character is 5 bytes, but I added a sixth byte which is 0. It is the space between characters.


List of bitmap values:


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