ASCII Block Text In Powershell

Roman Gelman shows how to use the Write-Ascii cmdlet to build ASCII art-style text in Powershell:

The ​​​Write-Ascii function from my PowerShell MS-Module module can draw custom text in the PowerShell console using ASCII fonts. This article’s cover was drawn by the Write-Ascii function too. The below code does the same, it writes end of line (EOL) character or emulates the Enter key.

Read on for examples and enjoy.

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