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Unicode Sponsorship


Inspired by someone else's tale of "adopting" a Unicode character, I looked at the "adoption" form yesterday and decided that I could easily afford the low-end "bronze" level for U+2417 SYMBOL FOR END OF TRANSMISSION BLOCK, the icon for ASCII character 0x17 END OF TRANSMISSION BLOCK, commonly called ETB. The shared initials with "Eli the Bearded" attracted me to those pair of characters, one of which has a symbol that shows those initials.

I've had a fondness for Unicode in general for years which is how I ended up writing my Unicode Toys, first the grep tool to explore the characters and see them, then show tool to identify characters found in the wild, and after that the rest of them. The convert tool is the one that has attracted the most attention. It does real and toy shifts of characters to other parts of Unicode.

I have mixed feelings about that one. The converter is a fun toy, but also sadly somewhat overused. Because the characters have meanings besides their appearance, using them for for their appearance alone ends up being a huge accessibility barrier. The only conversions I use on a regular basis are the the fraction maker to access the super and subscripts and vulgar fractions plus the Braille converter.

I see Braille on-screen as quite ironic: non-raised dots that are only accessible to the sighted, but are quite unreadable to the sighted. The doubly unaccessible nature of that quite tickles me.

ASCII art and "ASCII" art


I first had email, and first saw a :-) smiley face in 1990. It was about that time, also, that I was exposed to concrete poetry. Both the smiley and the pictures of words poetry were influential on my mind.

I've had a long lasting love of ASCII art and things near to it since. The first program I saw that could create ASCII art from another image was pbmtoascii from the netpnm package. It worked, but it was kinda disappointing. I had seen, and even made myself, hand drawn ASCII art that was much better than the output of that tool.

$ pnmscale -w 60 < fine.pgm |pgmtopbm |pnminvert |pbmtoascii
 ooo" M o"o" oMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMo"
M oo"o" M o" MMMMM"MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM "
o"o M "o M "oMMMMM"oM "MoM oMMMMMoo""MMM"ooM"o""" oMMMMMMM "
o" " M o"o"  MMMMMMMoMoMoMMoMMMMMoMMoMMMMoMMMoMMoM"MMMMMMM "
o""oo o o o"o""MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM o"
o"M M M"oM M "o""MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM"o"o"
"o"" "" o"" ""o"ooo""""M"M"MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM""" o"o"oM
MM"MMMMMoo"M"oo ooo"oooMoMoooooo MMM M"o"oo" ooooo"o"M o ooo
MMMM"MM oM"oM"oMoM""MMMMM"MMM"MM MM MMMMMMMMMooooooooooMMM o
""MMMMM Mo"" "   o"M MoMMMMMMMMo"MM MMMoMMM"MM"MM"MM"MMMo"oM
 MM"MM" o     o MoM"o"M"MMoMMMM MM"MMM"MMoMMMMMMMMMMM"MM"o"M
 MMM o"Mo"Mo"o"M Mo" M""MMMMMoM M"oMMMMM"MMMo"MoMMoMMM"o"M"M
 M"o"o"oM" """" "ooM"oMo"MoMMMM"oMMMMM"MMMMM"o"M"MMM""oMMM"M
o"oM"oMo "M"M"M"Mo"oM"o"ooM""MooMMMoMMMMMoM"oM MMM"o"Mo"o"Mo
M Mo"M" "M"oM oMoo""o"oMM  " "MMMM"MMM"MMM"oMM MM MM"Mo"M"oM
"MoM"   o"M MMM"""MM MM"     "M"MMMMM""""M"M"Mo"oM"M"oMoM"Mo
"Mo"     "oMMM     "oMMo    o MM"""       "M MoM"M"oMMooMM"M
"M    o  M MMM      "oMo "   o"oM     "    MM MM"oMMo"MoMM"M
M        "o"MMo    o M M""" M"Mo     o    M"MoM"oMMoMMMoM"M"
o   "    ""o""Mo"o o"M"oMM"M"oMoo o     o MMMoM MMo"MoMM"M"M
         M"M"oooMo"M M"oM M"oMo"ooo oo"M MMoMM"MMoMM"MoM"MoM
o "  "   M"o"M M M "oo" M"oMo"oMo"oM"o"o"MoM"M"MoMMMMMoM"MoM
M       M"M M"oMoo" M "oo " ""o M oooMM"MMo"MMM"MoMoMM"M"MoM
o Moo"o"M M"o"oM M"o" o   "o"MMM"oMoMoMMMo"MMoMM"o"" """"o""
 "oo" M"o"M M"o"oM Mo"oo oo"o"Mo"MooMMoM"M"MoM"Moo""""" " M
o"Mo "o" M "o"o"o"o"oM M oo"Mo" MM MoMM"M"Mo"M"Mo"MMoMoMMMM
 MM "M M M M M M M"o"o"oM M "oMo"Mo"MoMM"M"oMM"Mo"M"M"MoMMM
"oMo""M "o M M M M M M"o"o"o"oM"Mo"MMo"MM"M"oMMMo""MMM"MoMM
"oM "M M Mo M Mo"oM M M M Mo "Mo"oMMoM"MoMM"M "oo"""o"""o"o"
"o"o"oMo M M M"oM M"o"oM Mo" MM"M"oM"M"Mo" oo"M M""Mo"M"oM M

Eventually I learned there is a higher quality option to the program.

$ pnmscale -w 120 < fine.pgm |pgmtopbm |pnminvert |pbmtoascii -2x4
//,|>|i:(<>/|,HMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM?`S
SSS?!:?</:?? MMMMH##MMMMMMMHMMMMMHMHMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMH`S
??|!|::?://S!MMMMM}{&|'RTk:=MMMMM|?>dMMMk|qHT|9:?/:MMMMMMM S
::\\>\\\:i|>`HMMMM6HHJbM|Md?MMMMHJ6$dMMMkdMRJLHd?P&M]MMMM}i:
SSS>\:\,,:<??:HMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMH,\:
SS|$?S4?(L||/S>/*MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM",}$\
\\</|+`:?:`^`<??>,??"*##HHHHMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMHH*"?:,/($([
RH&HHHH6'<&ST&v:$???$vd&pbqdoooo.MMP$$$?$$??::<v>\\\%%>/.vv,
M9MHH6R|S}&\S1%$?H*/H9H9RM9MH6M&:MM:HHH6H6H6H#\b????vo#H&M!?
<9&6M9M:F1>?^'''.<$[\9R6MHHHDM&}|MH:MRHRM6RMH9R6H6MHH&H9H/?k
|HHHHH/\:.    ./$S1S|JRHMHH6M9M!HM\M&RMHHHH&H6MHHHHHRMH&P|&H
:&M$?\$$$Z$}1?$S$>$?v??#RMMHHMH.H\HRMHH&RM9M9T&RM9M&M&F?/Z&&
:H?&|;4S%\??<^????>$&$S+:#HMHHP|?MH6M9RM96M&P??&6HHM>?d&1&$k
|&iD?D#d:&)&ZZ$\?F1%F$$$$?Z?HModH6MH9MHR6M&R|H/H6M$?S&H$|19|
&:/S&]>-?$S$>???$?<$Z+dM*"`"\?MHHHHHHHHHMH$d9&|9*>&$H&?${&$9
HFS$/-  :$S\MMM*"*Hb`HMT .- -`MM9M9RM**+#bR&$&L\{S6H>b$L$&kR
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b.- -  /7/Z|$7/$?://?$-\b:?/'!???:?v/&M&&kH\6&HH&19H1&&19&19
//?+>|\$$%}S1?$S|k%|//:   '|?HRMP/FPd9&RH17H&&&FR/+^$???$$?\
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|Z$\:S$$ $Z:\(}S4%$?L$$)?Z%||&ZH&&&&Z&&&1^`v>T/Z\\$&)F$$$14|

But that still seemed lack luster to me. About 21 years ago, the date I have in the file is 27 Dec 1999, I wrote my own tool that turns gray scale ("pgm") images instead of bitmap ("pbm") images into ASCII art.

pnmscale -w 60 -h 30 < /tmp/fine.pgm | pgmtoascii
zzxxxzmmzzmzzxOWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWmxz
mmmmmzzzzzzz;WWWWMOOWWWWWWMMWWWWWWWMWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWM,z
mmmmzzzzzzzzxWWWWWYYUmxOYCxXWWWWMXXzUWWWUzUOUXUmYzzWWWWWWM,z
zxzzzzzzzzxz,MWWWWOMOUYMYWUXWWWWOYOUUWWWCUWOUUOUXYUWOWWWWY+z
mmmzx++;++xzmxOWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWO+z+
XXXYYYYYYXmmzmxzUWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWMYzUXm
mmmmmzzzmxmzxzXXmzmXYUCOMMMWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWOUYXzxmXYYY
OOCCCMMOzmYUYXz+XmmmXmXUUYYYXXXm;WWUYYYYYYYmxmXmzmXXXXmx,xzz
MMMMMMMxYUUUUUUUmOUUOMMMMMMMMMMO+WWxMMMMMMMMMUXXXmmzzXUCOMmm
UCMMMMM+UUYmx;,.,zUYzCMMMMMMMMMUXWMzMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMUmC
+CMMMMUz+,    ,zUUUUmYMMMMMMMMMzCWzOMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMUmCC
+OMUmzYUUUYXmXUUUUYmmXXCWMWWWMWxMmOMMMMMMMMMMYOMMMMMMMCmYCCU
+OYUmxUYXmmmmmmmmzXUUUUmzCWWWWUmXMMMMMMMMMMMCmmMMMMMCXXCCCCC
xUmCXCUY+UUUUUUUUUUUUUYYUmUUOWXCMWMMMMMMMMMCmCzOMMUXYCOYXCCY
U+UYUUU;mUUUXXXXXXmYUXCWUx;++UMMWMMMMMMMMMUYCOmCUXUCCCYYUCUC
OCUUX;. +UUXMWWUXYOYzOWX.....;MMMMWMMUUUUCOCUOYxYCOOUYUXUCCC
CUCz... ,UmMWM;....XYUW;.....+MOUUX;......zCXCUUOOUYCCCUCCCC
UU;.... .YzWWU......mXWU,..,,zXXX;  .......CCXOOUYCOCCCCCCCC
U,.....  mXYWW+....,+XmYYXmzYUUU,   ...  .YOOUUUUOOCCOOOCCCU
+......  zUXmUCXx;;zYUUUUUUUUUUU,      .x+OOOOUXOOOOOOOCCCCU
.......  XUUUUXXXXYYYYUUUYUUUUUUYz+;+xmUzUOOOOCOOOOOOOCCCCUC
+.....  ;UUYUUUYYXzmmxmXYYYUUUUUUUUUYXmmUOCOOOOOOOOOOOOCCCCC
U,.... ;YYYXYYYYXmxzXY,Xm+zxzzzmmxmmmUOOOCOUOOOOOOOOOCOOCCCC
xzXzz;XYYYYYYYYYYYYzxz,...,mXMMWUYOUUOOOOOCUCOOOUYXXXXXXYYYY
+XXXm+YYXYXYYYXYYYYYYmz+;xXXXXOUXCUYOOOOCOUOUOOOmXmx+++++xm+
xUUY;XXmzmxmXXXXXXXYYYYXmzzmCUzxCCXCOOOOOUCUCOOOXUMOCUUCOOO+
mUUmxYYzmX+zXXXXXXXXYYYYYYYxYUUYCUYCCCCOCCUUCCOOXXOOMOOOOOO+
mUUzmUUxmYzzXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX+UUCCYCCCCCCCCUCCOOOUzOOOOOOOOO;
mUUxzUUzzYX+YYXXXXXXmXXXXXXX,CCUXUCCCCCCCCUCUXXXXxXXYYYYYYmm
mUUm+UUY;YU+YYYYYYYYYYYYXXYmxCCCCCCCCUCCCz+xmYYYUUUUUUYYYYYY

Later I did things like convert ASCII art back into images in various ways. asciiversion2color is not a great program (and didn't even work for me today, because pamarith has been is named pnmarith on this system, a hazard of the netpbm tools being old and reaching different places from different paths, but when I did git it working:

$ pnmscale -w 120 fine300.ppm > fine.ppm
$ asciiversion2color fine.ppm textfine.ppm
pnmarith: promoting second file to PPM
pnmarith: promoting second file to PPM
pnmarith: promoting second file to PPM
HTML version in textfine.ppm.html
$  cjpeg textfine.ppm > textfine.jpg
This is fine, in three color ASCII art

asciiversion2color creates three pbmascii images, one for each RGB channel (in the "ppm" pixmap), converts the ASCII to text-in-image form, then combines the three with a slight offset.

And texttopnm lets you specify an arbitrary tile for each character, as a way of introducing fonts. It has some code for UTF-8 fonts, but I've mostly used it with historic fonts.

$ (echo scale=5; echo 9/14 ) | bc
.64285
$ pnmscale -w 60 fine300.pgm | pnmscale -yscale .64285 > fine60.pgm
$ pgmtoascii fine60.pgm > fine60.txt
$ texttopnm -s .ppm -d font/9x14 fine60.txt 9x14.pgm
$ pnminvert 9x14.pgm |pnmtopng > 9x14.png
This is fine, IBM circa 1981 style

The 9x14 font is the IBM Monochrome Display Adapter hardware font from circa 1981. Quoting Wikipedia:

Each character is rendered in a box of 9×14 pixels, of which 7×11 depicts the character itself and the other pixels provide space between character columns and lines. [...] Each character cell can be set to one of 256 bitmap characters stored in ROM on the card, and this character set cannot be altered from the built-in hardware code page 437. The only way to simulate "graphics" is through ASCII art.

Most recently, I found someone else's code that was created for emulating monochrome bitmap graphics using Braille characters in Unicode in terminal windows. I loved it immediately, and forked it to add a pbmtodots still image converter.

⢅⢌⢔⠔⡔⡪⢊⢆⢣⢒⢕⢱⢑⢡⣾⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣆⠑⡪
⠕⡕⢕⠕⡱⡡⡃⡇⢕⠜⡰⡱⢀⣿⣿⣿⣿⡿⠿⠿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⢿⢿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⢿⣿⢿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣷⠈⡪
⡣⡣⡣⢃⡣⡊⡢⢃⢕⢡⠪⡰⢨⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⡗⢼⣞⠸⠃⣟⢹⣯⡐⠶⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⢸⣅⡒⠿⣿⣿⣿⣗⠰⢶⣾⢹⡇⢻⠩⠏⠔⣂⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿ ⡪
⢌⢌⠪⠪⡰⢑⢅⠇⡆⡣⠱⠱ ⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣯⣽⣷⣸⣥⣿⢸⣿⣍⣥⣿⣿⣿⣿⣷⣸⣯⣩⣵⣿⣿⣿⣗⣼⣿⣟⣸⣇⣷⣼⣌⡛⣛⣿⣹⣿⣿⣿⣿⡗⠠⡣
⢕⢜⢜⢔⠔⡰⡠⡀⡄⡔⢔⢔⢕⡈⢿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⡿⠠⡅⣁
⡪⡪⡪⡎⡏⡮⡺⡱⡝⣜⡜⡔⡅⡣⡢⡉⠿⢿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⠛⡰⡽⢜⠔
⠕⠏⠞⠎⠇⠗⠙⣁⣍⡈⠚⠓⠑⠣⡣⣣⣒⢆⢍⣉⠛⠟⠿⠿⢿⢿⢿⢿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⣿⡿⡿⠟⠛⢋⢡⢄⠞⠝⡵⣱⢫
⡿⣾⣳⣷⣯⣿⡿⣯⠃⣔⢏⣏⡯⣒⢆⡡⢬⣡⣡⣡⣩⣤⢦⣾⣴⡶⣴⣴⣤⣤⣤⣤⠠⣿⣿⡟⣩⣩⣩⣉⣍⣩⣉⣉⠡⠥⣥⢤⡢⡆⡧⡫⡣⡳⡱⠑⠂⡤⣄⣅
⣿⢿⣽⡷⣿⢾⣟⠇⢼⢕⡯⣪⣺⢕⡯⣲⡩⢷⠟⠞⢿⡾⣿⢷⣯⣿⣻⣾⣻⣯⣿⡽⢐⣿⣿⡂⣽⡿⣽⣯⡿⣯⣿⣻⢿⣶⢦⣥⣡⣉⣌⣨⢤⣤⣴⡿⣽⣻⠇⡙
⡟⢻⣯⣿⣻⣿⣿⡈⢧⡳⡫⠚⠘⠈⢀ ⢀⢴⢝⡵⣊⢽⣟⣿⡷⣿⣻⣯⣿⡾⣷⡏⢸⣿⡿⢐⣿⣟⡿⣾⣟⡿⣾⣻⢿⣽⢿⣽⡿⣯⡿⣯⣟⣿⣯⡿⣯⡟⣨⢷
⡂⣽⡷⣿⣻⣾⠻⡃⡁⡁  ⠐ ⢀⡴⡹⣕⢯⢎⡇⣸⣿⣽⣿⢿⣯⡿⣾⣟⣿⡃⣽⣿⢃⣿⣻⣽⣿⢿⣽⡿⣯⣿⢿⣽⡿⣷⢿⣯⡿⣯⣿⢾⡷⣟⡟⣠⣟⣽
⡐⣽⣿⢏⠴⢡⢺⣪⢗⡽⣱⣣⢖⡞⣕⣏⢯⢎⡗⠝⣠⢕⡙⠷⣿⣟⣿⡿⣿⣽⣿⠠⡿⢃⣾⣿⣽⡷⣿⣻⣷⣿⢿⣽⣿⡋⢿⣻⡿⣯⣿⢿⣽⣻⡻⢃⢼⣺⣺⣺
⠠⡷⡏⣼⢨⡘⢵⢕⣕⢩⢚⠸⠑⠫⢚⢘⣡⢥⢴⢝⡵⣝⢼⢢⡑⢻⣿⣻⣟⣿⡝⡜⢥⣿⡷⣿⣽⢿⣯⡿⣾⣻⡿⣷⢟⢰⡩⣟⣿⢿⣽⣿⠯⢓⡼⣽⢽⣺⡺⣞
⡆⢟⢨⣗⡇⣟⣶⣥⢁⢞⡵⣫⢏⢯⡺⡕⡧⣳⣫⢞⡞⡮⡫⣃⣏⣤⣋⡛⢿⢿⣤⣾⡿⣷⣿⣯⡿⣿⣽⢿⣯⣿⢿⡽⡢⣟⡆⣟⣿⣟⢗⢣⢮⣳⣯⢓⢱⣻⣽⢱
⢷⡈⣼⢪⢗⡵⡛⠂⠸⡕⡯⣺⠹⣘⣨⣌⣍⣌⡚⠵⣫⢚⣼⣿⠟⠉⠈⠉⢂⠻⣿⡾⣿⡿⣾⣻⣿⣯⣿⣻⣿⣽⢛⡴⡯⣗⡇⢽⡞⢥⢾⢽⢽⣺⡪⣎⢮⡗⡧⣟
⢯⣟⢵⣫⡞⠈  ⠩⣫⢮⢣⣾⣿⣿⠛⠛⠛⢿⣦⠑⣽⣿⠇⠂⠈ ⠂ ⠈⣿⢿⣯⣿⣻⡿⣾⠻⠫⠟⠽⢷⣻⣟⠽⡽⣕⠁⣮⢿⢽⢯⠟⣴⢽⢆⢯⡺⣯⢷
⢟⣺⣽⠊ ⢀⠈ ⠈⢮⡃⣿⣿⡿⠁⢀ ⠂ ⠹⣇⢽⣿⡁⠠ ⠂⠈⡀⠨⣿⡻⠿⠝⠟⠁⠠ ⠄ ⢀ ⠱⣳⡏⣽⢵⣫⢷⣻⡛⣥⡯⣗⣿⢵⣫⡯⣗⣟
⡧⣗⠁ ⠄ ⠄ ⠈⠧⡃⣿⣿⣗ ⡀⠠⠈⢀ ⠗⠸⣿⣧⡀⠄⠐⢀⢄⢨⡢⣖⣕⠃  ⠠ ⡀⠐ ⡀ ⡷⡷⡱⣯⢿⡝⣢⣯⡷⡯⣗⣿⢽⣺⢯⢗⣟
⣟  ⠂ ⠂ ⠄ ⢭⢇⡹⣿⣷⣄ ⠠ ⢀⠠⠡⡧⣩⣉⡛⡓⢛⡡⣜⢮⡫⣞   ⠂ ⢀ ⠄  ⡮⣟⣯⣧⠫⡟⢬⣷⣯⢯⡯⣗⣿⢽⣺⣻⢽⡺
⠅ ⠐ ⠁ ⠂  ⢸⢕⣖⢍⠻⠷⡮⡤⠤⠐⣨⣺⢕⢗⣕⢗⡽⣕⢽⡪⡗⣝⡮⡂⠠ ⠠   ⢀⢤⢨⢯⣗⡷⣯⢷⣡⢿⣺⣞⣟⣾⣳⣻⢽⡺⣺⣻⢼
 ⠈ ⡈ ⠐ ⠂ ⢕⢗⡵⡫⣳⢕⡖⣖⢵⢻⢜⢜⢝⢵⢕⢯⢪⣺⡱⣫⢏⡮⣺⢕⡦⣄⢄⢄⣔⢼⣪⠃⣾⢽⣺⣻⡯⣟⣽⣽⣺⢾⣻⡾⣽⣺⡯⡯⣗⡧⣟
⡌ ⠄ ⠈ ⠄ ⠨⣫⢧⢫⡫⣺⢕⢽⢜⡕⢙⢬⣤⡑⠫⠺⡕⣗⢵⡹⣜⢵⢝⡼⣱⡣⡗⡯⡧⠓⡋⡤⣞⣿⢽⣺⣯⢯⣗⣷⢿⡽⣯⢷⣻⣷⢽⣺⡯⣗⣯⢷
⠷⠂ ⠈ ⠂ ⢤⢝⢎⢞⢕⡝⣜⢕⡯⣪⢔⠡⡒⡍⣋⠂⢶⢦⠌⣈⠊⢃⢋⢃⢋⣘⡈⡥⡤⡆⣷⣻⣽⣳⡯⣯⢺⣺⣻⢾⡽⣽⡽⣽⡽⣞⣞⣟⢾⣫⣗⣿⢽
⡒⢬⢺⠴⡤⡂⢕⡧⡫⡮⣣⡳⣹⢜⢵⢕⢧⢫⡣⡆⡡⠣⠂  ⡀⠁⢜⢪⡿⣿⢿⡏⢼⡽⡏⣾⣳⣟⣞⢷⣻⣝⢾⣫⣯⣯⡯⣗⢛⠳⡙⢓⢋⢋⣋⣚⣊⣚⢹
⠐⡵⡱⣹⠜⢐⢇⢏⠞⡎⡞⡜⣎⢞⢕⢕⢏⢎⡞⡵⢕⡕⡦⡡⡠⡠⣪⠏⢦⡙⢿⡏⢼⢽⡺⣱⣽⣺⡷⡯⣟⣾⢣⣟⢞⣾⡺⣯⢇⢢⣍⡈⡉⠉⠉⢈⠁⢉⣨⠐
⠸⣕⢽⡸⢀⢇⢇⡇⠕⡕⡅⢪⢪⢪⢪⢣⢫⢪⡪⡺⡱⣹⢜⢍⣊⢥⢔⠸⡯⣗⢍⠢⡯⣟⢕⣽⣺⣳⢯⣟⡷⣏⣾⡳⢽⣺⣽⢯⡇⢝⣷⡿⡾⡾⣞⣾⡾⣿⢽⡂
⠸⡵⣻⡊⠤⡫⡮⡊⢪⢪⡂⢕⢕⢕⢕⢕⢵⢱⢕⢝⡜⡎⡮⡣⣣⢇⡗⡅⢫⡳⣳⣪⡿⡽⣸⢮⣗⢿⡽⡾⣝⣞⣞⢼⣻⡺⣞⣿⢎⠸⣷⣻⣟⣿⣻⣾⡽⣯⢿⡀
⢸⡽⣺⡂⢹⡹⣪⡃⢹⢜⡆⠜⣜⢜⢜⢕⢕⢕⢕⢇⢇⢏⢎⢞⢜⡜⣜⢕⠨⣞⡕⣟⣞⡣⣟⣽⣺⡯⡯⡯⣗⡯⡮⣟⣼⢯⢷⢯⣗⠸⣻⣞⣷⣻⣞⣷⣻⣯⢿⠠
⠸⣺⢕⡇⠸⣪⢧⡃⠥⣳⢣⠘⡮⡺⣸⢜⢜⢜⢜⢜⢜⢜⢜⡜⡜⡜⡜⣜ ⡷⣝⣎⢖⡽⣕⣗⣷⢽⣫⡯⣗⣯⡫⣞⠷⠛⢋⣋⢬⣈⢙⠚⠞⠳⠝⠞⠗⠯⠓⢸
⡸⣕⢗⢇⠘⡵⡕⣗⠈⡞⣕⡂⢏⢞⢮⢺⡱⡫⣺⢱⡣⣳⢕⢵⢱⢕⢵⡑⢨⣽⢮⢗⣟⡮⣗⣗⣗⢟⡾⣽⢵⠓⠡⠤⡪⡝⡵⡱⣫⢺⡹⡝⣝⢞⡵⡳⡕⣗⢽⢱

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