C5 Environment Commands and Functions

Commands :

SET BELL :

Toggle automatic sounding of the bell during full-screen operations

SET BELL on | OFF | <xlToggle>

SET COLOR :

Define screen colors

SET COLOR | COLOUR TO [ [<standard>]
    [, <enhanced>] [, <border>] [, <background> ]
    [, <unselected>]] | ( <cColorString> )

SET DEFAULT :

Set the default drive and directory

SET DEFAULT TO [ <xcPathspec> ]

SET FUNCTION :

Assign a character string to a function key

SET FUNCTION <nFunctionKey> TO <cString>

SET TYPEAHEAD :

Set the size of the keyboard buffer

SET TYPEAHEAD TO <nKeyboardSize>

Functions :

CURDIR() :

Return the current DOS directory

CURDIR( [ <cDrivespec> ] ) --> cDirectory

DISKSPACE() :

Return the space available on a specified disk

DISKSPACE( [ <nDrive> ] ) --> nBytes

FKLABEL()* :

Return function key name

FKLABEL( <nFunctionKey> ) --> cKeyLabel

FKMAX()* :

Return number of function keys as a constant

FKMAX() --> nFunctionKeys

GETENV() :

Retrieve the contents of a DOS environment variable

GETENV( <cEnvironmentVariable> ) --> cString

ISCOLOR() :

Determine if the current computer has color compatibility

ISCOLOR() | ISCOLOUR() --> lBoolean

MAXROW() :

Determine the maximum visible screen row

MAXROW() --> nRow

MAXCOL() :

Determine the maximum visible screen column

MAXCOL() --> nColumn

MEMORY() :

Determine the amount of available free pool memory

MEMORY( <nMemoryType> ) --> nKbytes

NOSNOW() :

Toggle snow position

NOSNOW( <lToggle> ) --> NIL

OS() :

Return the operating system name

OS() --> cOSName

SET() :

Inspect or change a global setting

SET( <nSpecifier>, [<expNewSetting>], [<lOpenMode> ] )
      --> CurrentSetting

TONE() :

Sound a speaker tone for a specified frequency and duration

TONE( <nFrequency>, <nDuration> ) --> NIL

VERSION() :

Returns Clipper Compiler version

VERSION() --> cVersion
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