Microsoft KB Archive/50600
Article ID: 50600
Article Last Modified on 10/24/2003
- Microsoft FORTRAN Compiler 5.0
- Microsoft FORTRAN Compiler 5.1
This article was previously published under Q50600
Microsoft FORTRAN includes GRAPHICS.LIB, a run-time library that supports a number of graphics functions in the MS-DOS environment. The OS/2 graphics library, GRTEXTP.LIB, supports the subset of the graphics functions that perform text graphics. The text below lists the functions that GRTEXTP.LIB supports:
clearscreen getvideoconfig settextposition displaycursor getvisualpage settextrows getactivepage outtext settextwindow getbkcolor setactivepage setvideomode gettextcolor setbkcolor setvideomoderows gettextcursor settextcolor setvisualpage gettextposition settextcursor wrapon
To use graphics in an application designed to run with OS/2, link the GRTEXTP.LIB library instead of GRAPHICS.LIB. Functions not included in the list above are not available in OS/2.
To perform additional graphics operations in an application developed for the OS/2 operating system, use the functions of the OS/2 Presentation Manager.
For more information, see the Microsoft FORTRAN "Advanced Topics" manual. For FORTRAN version 5.1, see page 190 and for FORTRAN version 5.0, see page 148.
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