This is a nifty piece of Javascript that creates a heart-like ASCII art from a given text. All you have to do is to enter some text in the following input field and hit create.



[update] I made a JavaScript that creates an ASCII Fly. Check it out here.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...
i apreciate it man :P


-sonny
Anonymous A. from Hungary said...
Thanks! It was useful :)
Anonymous Syntax said...
Great! thx :-) GF loved it :-)
Anonymous Greatful said...
thanks. i hope it helps me get back with my girlfriend. 3 years. i dont want it to do down the tube. =(
Blogger Cyber-Buff said...
Hey, syntax, same story here!!! ;-)
Anonymous Akurei said...
Awesome =D
Anonymous Anonymous said...
Lol! Saym sintax nd cyber buff lol buh am a girl (mah bf loved it lol) ee thinks am rele sweet lol!!
Anonymous Anonymous said...
Thank You very much for the ASCII heart, I love it. It's very cool and provided me material for yet another cheesy (or hopefully romantic) email to my wife from work. =)

P.S. I am really working too, not just looking for ASCII hearts on the internet. Really I am working, REALLY... Well okay: I'm really _trying_ to work, really. Not succeeding very well at the moment though... Don't tell my boss, please. :)
Anonymous Anonymous said...
Thanks, I don't like those standard hearts so I took the opportunity to steal a few parts from the source and fit it in my gf's program. She loved it. Thanks for posting this.
Groetnis út Fryslân.
Blogger rich said...
My girl and I live very far from each other and we haven't seen each other in months.

Sending her your heart really made her happy.

Thank you so much!!!
Blogger stardust said...
Wow dig it man, this is outta sight! Thank you bunches for this little gift.
OpenID axclosexfriend said...
THIS ROKZ!!!!
Blogger Rhigo said...
great, thanks!
Blogger A geek said...
that is so awesome -thanks!!
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Blogger mürdüm erigi said...
lol, this is great. We used to do that manually in the middle school. lol technology sure has developed a lot XD