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hello i was just wondering if anyone can turn chrome-Terex to ascii art
BrightSideSide

additionally, I only want it to contain "# or space-bare" '#' for black pixels(8-bit) and space-bar for wite

also I wanted 2 different pieces of asci art one for the (running animation's) first frame and one for the second frame

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OldWizard209

How is this:

OldWizard209

if you want this, just fork the repl. @OldWizard209

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@OldWizard209
looks awesome but I would like it to contain 1 character ("#" or " ") per 8-bit pixel or instead of ("#"," ") ("1", "0") would work 1 for the areas which contain black/gray pixels and 0 for where the pixels are withe/trancparent

OldWizard209

you can try that out yourself? @BrightSideSide

Coder100

Don't ask people to do it for you, try making it yourself!
https://codebeautify.org/image-to-ascii-art

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@Coder100
If you want the ✔️ then as i said before "I only want it to contain "# or space-bare" '#'"

Coder100

you could just use ctrl + f to replace the things you don't want with and things you want with #??? @BrightSideSide

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@Coder100
tried it and it looks horable

Coder100

would you like to send me the generated ascii for the dino i can show you how to do it on the repl editor @BrightSideSide

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@Coder100
I would like it to contain 1 character ("#" or " ") per 8 bit pixle