Cursor

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The CURSOR keyword allows you to change the appearance of the BR pointer, either in BRConfig.sys or using the Config command, or even from with the program using the Execute statement.

Syntax

CURSOR SSEE 

"SS" is the start in hexidecimal.
"EE" is the end in hexidecimal.

There is no space between them.

SS and EE must be in the range 00-0D, specifying the section of a block cursor with 00 being at the top and 0D being at the bottom. For example, to obtain a cursor of the lower half of a full block cursor, specify 080D.

Technical Considerations

BR ensures that the ending value is no less than the starting value. If it is, it interprets the ending value as equal to the starting value.

Examples

CONFIG CURSOR 010D 

010D.jpg

CONFIG CURSOR 050c 

050c.jpg

CONFIG CURSOR 080D 

080D.jpg

CONFIG CURSOR 0505 

0505.jpg

Other

See also Control Keys and Predefined Functions for cursor movement.