Method XbpCrt():setSize() Foundation

Changes the size of the XbpCrt window.

:setSize( <aSize> ) --> lSuccess
<aSize> := { nXsize, nYsize }
<aSize> is an array containing the new dimensions of the window in the x and y directions (width and height).

This method returns the value .T. (true) if the size of the XbpCrt window is changed, otherwise .F. (false) is returned.


The method :setSize() changes the size of the XbpCrt window. The maximum size is determined by the values of :maxRow and :maxCol specified when the XbpCrt window is created. The current size is determined using the :currentSize() method.

On the Windows platform, the size of XbpCrt windows cannot be changed via the :setSize() method. Instead, the size of the window is defined by the size of the implicit text buffer. The initial size of the text buffer is specified in :create() and can be changed via either :configure() or SetMode(). Calling :setSize() has no effect on the Windows operating system and the method always returns the value .F. (FALSE).


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