Gettysburg 5040, by davebollinger
a certain ‘drawing machine’ that interprets an ASCII byte stream as drawing commands..
using 1459 bytes from the Bliss version of Lincoln’s Gettysburg address as input..
executing one 7-bit byte (ignoring the highest bit) on each step..
where each bit maps to a specific drawing command, a la ‘turtle’ graphics..
finding 7! (5040) possible mappings between bit positions and drawing commands..
executing the full 1459 byte ‘script’ for all such mappings in natural permutation order..
normalizing the drawing scale to fit occupied extent within view window..