This was, I think, the first useful assembly language program I wrote under
MS-DOS. It rendered GIF graphics on a Hercules graphics card controlled
monitor. Besides its monochrome limitation, it did not work with images
which were not a multiple of 8 bits wide. I can't remember when I wrote it,
so just stuck that 1992 date on it...
The printout wasn't paginated, so some lines were lost forever unless I can
ever dig up my source on floppy. No great loss anyway, the programming wasn't
anything to write home about. Just preserving it for sentimental reasons.