Using Intel® Visual Fortran to Create and Build Windows*-Based Applications

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Date 7/23/2021
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Selecting Display Options

The QuickWin run-time library provides a number of routines that you can use to define text and graphics displays. These routines determine the graphics environment characteristics and control the cursor.

To display graphics, you need to set the desired graphics mode using SETWINDOWCONFIG, and then call the routines needed to create the graphics. SETWINDOWCONFIG is the routine you use to configure window properties. You can use DISPLAYCURSOR to control whether the cursor will be displayed. The cursor becomes invisible after a call to SETWINDOWCONFIG. To display the cursor you must explicitly turn on cursor visibility with DISPLAYCURSOR($GCURSORON).

SETGTEXTROTATION sets the current orientation for font text output, and GETGTEXTROTATION returns the current setting. The current orientation is used in calls to OUTGTEXT.

For more information on these routines, see the Language Reference in the Intel® Visual Fortran Compiler User and Reference Guides.

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