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col24bit

This program demonstrates the use of direct 24-bit colour specification, as enabled by IGrColourModel(24).


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combine

This program shows how a window and dialog can be combined into a single entity providing the user interface facilities of both windows (e.g. a main menu) and dialogs (e.g. enterable fields). In this particular example, the two are combined to implement a rudimentary text editor.


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dlgdraw

This program shows how to redirect Winteracter graphics output to a dialog field. As the user alters the dialog fields the graphics display is updated automatically.


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dlgmenu

This programs illustrates the various menu field types (combo boxes and listboxes) currently supported by WiSK.


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fracpat

This program generates random fractal patterns using the subroutine FRACT which repeatedly plots single points in various colours using the Winteracter routine IGrPoint. FRACPAT is derived from routines written by Norman Clerman of Opcon Associates, Ohio, USA. Norman's code was in turn based on a Pascal program written by Alan Meiss. Both sources are acknowledged.


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gin

This program demonstrates the use of graphical input (GIN) with Winteracter. All input messages are returned by WMessage and processed by a CASE statement. GIN applications will mainly be concerned with mouse button up, down and movement events. This program also demonstrates the use of the 'rubber banding' technique employed by numerous drawing packages. This is achieved by using exclusive-or plotting mode. By drawing an object twice we can remove it from the screen without distorting any other previously drawn objects.


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graph

Graphs demo for the Winteracter Starter Kit.


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hidden

WiSk allows the main root window to be hidden from view thus giving the impression that the dialog is the main input window. This is useful for writing simple dialog input applications. This program shows how to use a hidden root window and a dialog to create other floating child windows.


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gears
molehill
olympic

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select


teapot


wave

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scube

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