ON STRIG(n)

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The ON STRIG(n) statement is an event procedure that directs program flow upon the press of a specified joystick button.


Syntax

ON STRIG(buttonFunction) GOSUB {lineNumber|lineLabel}
ON STRIG(buttonFunction[, joystickNumber]) {GOSUB {lineNumber|lineLabel} | SUBprocedure}


  • In QB64 the value can be any button function number with any number of joysticks. See STRIG and STICK for parameters.
  • There are two buttonFunction for each button. The even numbered function is always the event of any press since last read.
  • The statement sends the procedure to a line number, line label or SUB procedure when a button event occurs.


QBasic/QuickBASIC

  • In QBasic, value of n could only be a number from 0 to 3 only as it could only monitor 2 joystick buttons and 2 joysticks.


Examples

Example 1: Reading a STRIG event to do something in a GOSUB procedure.

ON STRIG(0) GOSUB 10 STRIG(0)ON DO PRINT "."; _LIMIT 30 LOOP UNTIL INKEY$ <> "" END 10 a$ = "[STRIG 0 EVENT]" FOR x = 1 TO LEN(a$) PRINT MID$(a$, x, 1); _DELAY 0.02 NEXT RETURN


Example 2: Displays any number of game pad or joystick device button presses.

FOR j = 1 TO 256 FOR b = 1 TO 256 ON STRIG((b - 1) * 4, j) JoyButton (j - 1) * 256 + b - 1 NEXT NEXT STRIG ON DO PRINT "."; _LIMIT 30 LOOP UNTIL INKEY$ <> "" END SUB JoyButton (js AS LONG) PRINT "Joystick #"; js \ 256 + 1; "button #"; (js AND 255) + 1; "pressed!" END SUB

Explanation: Up to 256 controllers can be used in QB64 with many buttons to read.


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