Displays a value on the screen


      DispOutAt( <nRow>      , ;
                    <nCol>      , ;
                    <expression>, ;
                    [<cColor>]  , ;
                    [<lSetPos>]   ) --> NIL


<nRow> : Row number of screen to <expression> write

<nCol> : Column number of screen to <expression> write

<expression> : Any expression to write to the screen.

<cColor> : Color string for display

<lSetPos> : Specifies whether or not to update the screen cursor positions ( Row(), Col() after writing


DispOutAt() returns always NIL.


This function write the value of <expression> at the specified cursor position on the screen, using the color <cColor>, if specified.


DispOutAt() don’t obey SET DEVICE setting and write always to the screen


      DispOutAt( 0, 0, "Here upper left corner of screen", "W+/R" )

         is equvalent to :

         @ 0,0  SAY ""Here upper left corner of screen" COLOR  "W+/G"


@ … SAY, Col(), DevOut(), DispBegin(), DispCount(), DispEnd(), DispOutAt(), OutStd(), QOut() | QQOut(), Row(), SetPos()

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