I need an ASCII character that holds a space value in mIRC and also holds a normal value.. or somethin.
In otherwords, if you took a space " ", multiplied it ten times, and printed it, only 1 space comes out.
Can anyone give me a character or way of formatting text in a columnized fashion? Wish mirc had tab's in its code.. ;/
But ya, in the end, how could you print the text on screen to look as this does,
(in a quick, small, fast manor ofcourse.)
*edit* wow, even this forum doesn't like a ton of spaces. Either way, how would you code it so mirc seperates two words by a large amount.
Edited by Zeusbwr (15/09/05 04:52 AM)