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  • There's alot more characters available too.  Use Window's character map program to get these.  Look in start-all programs-accessories-system tools-character map.  Click advanced view checkbox, select Group By: Unicode Subrange, then in the new Group By box that pops up, click on Box Drawings or whatever group you like, or simply click All.  When you find a character you like, click on it or use arrow keys to pick.  Then on the bottom left corner something like "U+2500" will show up.  The 2500 for example is in hexadecimal, so you'll need to convert to decimal using windows calculator (=9472 decimal).  Once done use that number in Text.GetCharacter(9472) to print it on text display.

    TextWindow.Show()
    horzLine = Text.GetCharacter(9472)
    TextWindow.WriteLine(horzLine)

    See also http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unicode

    Wednesday, June 30, 2010 8:30 PM