Note: this command is incompletely implemented
This command shifts or rotates within a box-shaped area on the screen (and may be the whole screen if you want). If you don't update the LCD, this command is very useful for dynamically editing tilemaps by loading them to the buffer, using this command to edit them, then storing them back to the pic file, all without the buffer ever being updated. The procedure is fast enough to be dismissed as a slight slowdown due to the BASIC parser.
This routine does not perform clipping. All coordinates and dimensions must remain onscreen.
x: top-left corner x, 0 thru 11. (each 8 pixels is a byte)
y: top-left corner y, 0 thru 63.
w: width of box object, 1 thru 12. Specifies byte widths.
h: height of box object, 1 thru 64
Dir: Each will have a basic direction followed by what you must add to it in order to perform a different type of shift.
- left = 1
- right = 2
- up = 4
- up-left = 5
- up-right = 6
- down = 8
- down-left = 9
- down-right = 10
Type: Determines what type of shifting is to take place:
- 0 = Keep bit being shifted in
- 1 = Shift in a black bit (for black backgrounds)
- 2 = Shift in a white bit (for white backgrounds)
- 3 = Let bit that shifts out reappear on other side (for scrolling backgrounds)
Repeat: A number that repeats the shift operation as many times as specified. Cannot be zero.
LCD_update: If it is a number other than zero, the screen is updated with the results.
Modifies the graph buffer and optionally the LCD.