Draw a single- or double-line box
@ <nTop>, <nLeft> TO <nBottom>, <nRight> [DOUBLE] [COLOR <cColorString>]
<nTop>, <nLeft>, <nBottom>, and <nRight> define the coordinates of the box. @…TO draws the box using row values from zero to MAXROW() and column values from zero to MAXCOL(). <nBottom> and <nRight> can be larger than the screen size, but output is clipped at MAXROW() and MAXCOL().
DOUBLE draws the box with a double line. If not specified, the box is drawn with a single line.
COLOR <cColorString> defines the display color of the drawn box. If not specified, the box is drawn using the standard color setting of the current system color as defined by SETCOLOR(). Note that <cColorString> is a character expression containing the standard color setting. If you specify a literal color setting, enclose it within quote marks.
@…TO draws a single- or double-line box on the screen. If <nTop> and <nBottom> are the same, a horizontal line is drawn. If <nLeft> and <nRight> are the same, a vertical line is drawn.
After @…TO finishes drawing, the cursor is located in the upper-left corner of the boxed region at <nTop> + 1 and <nLeft> + 1. ROW() and COL() are also updated to reflect the new cursor position.
@…TO is like @…BOX except that @…BOX lets you define the characters of the box and supports a fill character. @…TO, however, is recommended for portability since it does not require the specification of hardware-dependent graphics characters.
. This example erases a region of the screen, then draws a box of the same size: @ 10, 10 CLEAR TO 20, 40 @ 10, 10 TO 20, 40 DOUBLE COLOR "BG+/B"
@…BOX, @…CLEAR, DISPBOX()