Method XbpBitmap():make() Foundation
Requests memory for a new bitmap.
:make( [<nXsize>] , [<nYsize>], ; [<nPlanes>], [<nBits>] ) --> self
This method returns .T. (true) when the memory could be provided for the bitmap, otherwise .F. (false) is returned.
The :make() method requests memory space for a bitmap created in memory. For example, this is used for screen buffering in the graphics mode. Before this method can be called, a presentation space must be created and linked to the XbpBitmap object using the :presSpace() method. Unless this is done, no graphic output of the bitmap can occur.
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