Classic Computer Magazine Archive CREATIVE COMPUTING VOL. 10, NO. 2 / FEBRUARY 1984 / PAGE 243

Megafont. (program lister) (evaluation) Arthur Leyenberger.

Such is the case with Megafont from XL-Ent Software. Written by Randy Dellinger and Richard Rognlie, this is the dandiest program lister to come down the pike in a long time. Ever wonder how the program listings in this column are printed, including graphics and inverse video characters? Megafont! Have you ever wanted to print your program listings in a computer font, Greek font, fancy font, or a downloaded character set font? Megafont does the trick.

The program works with NEC, C. Itoh, and Epson printers and comes with a half dozen fonts that may be printed at 10, 12 or 18 characters per inch. Programs must be stored on the disk in LIST format prior to running Megafort. In addition to the program lister, you also get a screen dump utility for Graphics Modes 7+ and 8 and the ability to convert a character set created with a character set editor to a format that can be used with your printer.

If you program in Basic and have one of the printers mentioned above, Megafont is the best value you can get for $20.

Products: XL-Ent Software Megafont (computer program)