Today, when searching for some other stuff, I came across some OPL (Organiser Programming Language, some sort of Pascal-ish bastard child of BASIC) code that I must have written around 2000, or so.
One of the programs was a set of functions to display bargraphs using user-defined characters on the two line text LCD of the Psion Organiser II. So I dug out my trusty old Psion Organiser II XP and cleaned up the code a bit.
This might be of use to someone, therefore I publish it here.
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When you add these functions to your Organiser, after calling
bargudg: you can call
barchr$:() just like
chr$() to print bargraph characters to the screen or to concatenate
them to a string.
barchr$:() accepts integers in the range 0..8, 0 being actually a
space, not an UDG.