Convert input to ASCII codes
spell takes two optional arguments. The first is a minimum output size. The second is thge ASCII number of a fill character to put between words and at the end of a word if it is less than the minimum output. The default minimum is 0 (none), and the default fill character is space (32), to use 0 as a fill character, supply a negative number as a second argument.
| The first argument sets the minimum output size. Any input that doesn't "spell" to the minimum length is followed by enough fill characters (the default is the space character, 32 in ASCII) to satisfy the minimum requirement. A second optional argument specifies the fill character to use instead of 32. If you want to use '0' as a fill character, use any negative number as a second argument to spell.
| The ASCII value of each of the digits of the number is sent out the outlet, one digit at a time.
| Each int in the list is converted to ASCII as described above, and a space character (32) is sent out between items in the list. Any float or symbol items in the list are ignored.
| If the message begins with a symbol, all int and symbol items in the message are converted to ASCII one character at a time, and a space character (32) is placed between them. Any float items in the list are ignored. If the message begins with a float, both floats and symbols are ignored.
| The ASCII value of each letter, digit, or other character in the symbol is sent out the outlet, one character at a time.
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