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===SetSpeed===
 
===SetSpeed===
 
'''real(0,2,0)''': Disable fast (15MHz) mode, switching to 6MHz mode<br>
 
'''real(0,2,0)''': Disable fast (15MHz) mode, switching to 6MHz mode<br>
'''real(0,2,1)''': Enable fast (15MHz) mode
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'''real(0,2,1)''': Enable fast (15MHz) mode<br>
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Note that the default CPU speed is 15MHz
  
 
===SetupColorMode===
 
===SetupColorMode===
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real(0,3,2
 
real(0,3,2
  
This is because inverting something twice will restore it back to normal.
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This is because inverting something twice will restore it back to nomral.
  
To restore the colours back to normal when you don't know the previous state of the screen:
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To restore the colours back to normal when you dont know the previous state of the screen:
  
 
real(0,3,3
 
real(0,3,3

Revision as of 06:48, 24 October 2013

This routine is only available on Doors CSE 8.0 and later for the color-screen TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition.

Description

Utility functions used when setting up an xLIBC program. real(0,0) gets the current xLIBC version, real(0,1,<bool>) turns half-resolution mode on or off, and real(0,20,<bool>) turns fast (15MHz) mode on or off.

Technical Details

GetXLIBCVersion

real(0,0): Returns version in Ans

SetupGraphics

real(0,1,1,REDRAW_STATUS): Enable half-resolution (160x240-pixel) mode
real(0,1,0,REDRAW_STATUS): Disable half-resolution (160x240-pixel) mode
REDRAW_STATUS = 1 to redraw the status area at the top of the screen, 0 otherwise.

SetSpeed

real(0,2,0): Disable fast (15MHz) mode, switching to 6MHz mode
real(0,2,1): Enable fast (15MHz) mode

Note that the default CPU speed is 15MHz

SetupColorMode

real(0,3,VALUE):
VALUE defines action to take:
0 = FULL colour
1 = 8COLOUR
2 = COLOURINVERT
3 = COLOURINVERTOFF (restore to normal)
4 = FILLSCREEN

To invert the colours on the screen:

real(0,3,2

To restore the colours back to normal:

real(0,3,2

This is because inverting something twice will restore it back to nomral.

To restore the colours back to normal when you dont know the previous state of the screen:

real(0,3,3

To FILL the screen (active GRAM side only) with a colour from the standard xLIB 256 colour palette:

real(0,3,4,COLOUR,UPDATELCD