Command SET CURSOR Foundation
Turns screen cursor on or off.
SET CURSOR ON | off | <lToggle>
The screen command SET CURSOR turns the cursor on or off. When it is turned off, the cursor position continues to be updated after output on the screen and the functions Row() and Col() give the current position of the cursor. The cursor is just not visible. It makes sense to display the cursor only when data input by the user is to occur via GET or MemoEdit(). During selection routines like AChoice() or MENU TO, the cursor should be turned off.
The functional equivalent of the command SET CURSOR is the function SetCursor(), which can specify the shape of the screen cursor as well as its visibility.
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