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The '''_DESKTOPWIDTH''' function returns the width of an users current desktop.
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The [[_DESKTOPWIDTH]] function returns the width of the users current desktop.
  
  
 
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* No parameters are needed for this function.
 
* No parameters are needed for this function.
 
* This returns the width of the user's desktop, not the size of any screen or window which might be open on that desktop.
 
* This returns the width of the user's desktop, not the size of any screen or window which might be open on that desktop.
* Only available for use in GL.  SDL version does not support this keyword.
 
  
  
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* '''Version 1.000 and up.'''
  
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: ''Explanation:'' This will print the size of the user desktop (in my case currently 1920, 1080), and then the size of the current screen (800,600).
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: ''Explanation:'' This will print the size of the user desktop (for example ''1920, 1080'' for a standard hdmi monitor), and then the size of the current [[SCREEN|screen]] (800, 600).
 
 
 
 
  
  

Latest revision as of 17:10, 5 September 2017

The _DESKTOPWIDTH function returns the width of the users current desktop.


Syntax

x& = _DESKTOPWIDTH


Description

  • No parameters are needed for this function.
  • This returns the width of the user's desktop, not the size of any screen or window which might be open on that desktop.


Availability

  • Version 1.000 and up.


Examples

s& = _NEWIMAGE(800, 600, 256) SCREEN s& PRINT _DESKTOPWIDTH, _DESKTOPHEIGHT PRINT _WIDTH, _HEIGHT

Explanation: This will print the size of the user desktop (for example 1920, 1080 for a standard hdmi monitor), and then the size of the current screen (800, 600).


See also




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