Cursor position

 BBS: Inland Empire Archive
Date: 05-26-92 (01:37)             Number: 176
From: DAVID NUGENT                 Refer#: NONE
  To: NICK GRENFELL                 Recvd: NO  
Subj: Cursor position                Conf: (1) 80xxx

NG> I've tried the BIOS int 10h function 9 which does the job NG> OK, but when I display stuff like a carriage return, I NG> don't get a (CR) on the screen, I get a little flag or NG> something instead. It's "raw" output. You need to do all the "cooking" yourself, and handle all the special control characters. It's not all that hard - there are INT 10H functions to do all of it, including scrolling and cursor repositioning. david --- Squish v1.01 * Origin: RevelStone BBS (3:632/348)
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