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s0 = "Text" + {{Cl|CHR$}}(0)
s0 = "Text" + {{Cl|CHR$}}(0)
s1 = "Caption" + {{Cl|CHR$}}(0)
s1 = "Caption" + {{Cl|CHR$}}(0)
ExitProcess MessageBoxA(0, {{Cl|_OFFSET (function)|_OFFSET}}(s0), {{Cl|_OFFSET(function)|_OFFSET}}(s1), 0)
ExitProcess MessageBoxA(0, {{Cl|_OFFSET (function)|_OFFSET}}(s0), {{Cl|_OFFSET (function)|_OFFSET}}(s1), 0)
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Latest revision as of 02:19, 24 January 2021

The $SCREENHIDE metacommand can be used to hide the main program window throughout a program.


Syntax

$SCREENHIDE


  • $SCREENHIDE may be used at the start of a program to hide the main program window when using a console window.
  • The _SCREENHIDE statement must be used before _SCREENSHOW can be used in sections of a program.
  • QB64 metacommands cannot be commented out with apostrophe or REM.


Examples

Example: Hiding a program when displaying a message box in Windows.

$SCREENHIDE DECLARE DYNAMIC LIBRARY "user32" FUNCTION MessageBoxA& (BYVAL hWnd%&, BYVAL lpText%&, BYVAL lpCaption%&, BYVAL uType~&) END DECLARE DECLARE DYNAMIC LIBRARY "kernel32" SUB ExitProcess (BYVAL uExitCode~&) END DECLARE DIM s0 AS STRING DIM s1 AS STRING s0 = "Text" + CHR$(0) s1 = "Caption" + CHR$(0) ExitProcess MessageBoxA(0, _OFFSET(s0), _OFFSET(s1), 0)

Code by Michael Calkins


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