|void||Show_One_System_Option (const char *type, char *value)|
|Similar to Show_System_Options(), but returns the value of a single attribute in the currently open segment. More...|
|void||Show_System_Options (char *list)|
|Examines the current list of debugging/control "system options". More...|
|void Show_One_System_Option||(||const char *||type,|
Similar to Show_System_Options(), but returns the value of a single attribute in the currently open segment.
type - The name of a single option that you want to inquire about. value - A string variable that will receive the current value of type. Passed by reference in all languages. Returned to user.
No additional details. See Show_System_Options()
|void Show_System_Options||(||char *||list||)|
Examines the current list of debugging/control "system options".
list - A string variable that will receive a list of the current option settings. Passed by reference in all languages. Returned to user.
- Options Returned:
- application, automatic geometry boundings, bounding volumes, C string length, code generation, conserve memory, continuous update, debug, event checker, extended font search, fatal errors, errors, warnings, info, font directory, license, message limit, metafile directory, multi-threading, obsolete checking, old style pathnames, restrip on edit, sanity checking, update control, video memory limit,
Show_System_Options() is just the complement of Define_System_Options() ; it returns a list of all the current System Option settings. It's most often used when you want to set an option temporarily—you would "show" the current settings, set up the temporary option, and after a bit put the original settings back into effect.
Show_One_System_Option() will return the current setting for one particular system option, in the style of the "Show One Attribute" routines. For example,
Show_One_System_Option ("warnings", value)would set value to either "on" or "off".
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