This may be a good ideaby (Login Tusike)
I'm sure many people have wanted to paint something in that had many different colors on it's border. PAINT only looks at one color as the border.
Let's say I wanted to PAINT all the 0's to (Y)ellow. I wouldn't be able to do that using PAINT, since the border consists of 4 colors (Red, White, Green and Blue). I think something like this may be useful:
PAINT (5, 5), 14, 4 'this would paint everything yellow until it reaches the border color, 4
NOT PAINT (5, 5), 14, 0 'this would paint only color 0's, and everything else would be the border.
Sorry if I'm posting too many ideas for new features that I think qb64 should have. The main goal is to get it working like Qbasic after all.
|Response Title||Author and Date|
|oh yeah, qb64 ought to have a new paint||mennonite on Jan 6|
|Just let him get it finished first....||Pete on Jan 6|
|i didn't mean now||mennonite on Jan 6|
|* I completely agree.||Pete on Jan 6|
|*Make up a wish list for now, like I am doing.||on Jan 6|
|oh i've got plenty of ideas, ted||mennonite on Jan 6|
|and since qb64 is basic, my own posts will also take these into account:||mennonite on Jan 6|
|*and, not amd, see me in my office!||spelling principle on Jan 6|
|*It's Principal, not principle [wrong word]... You're on suspension, rookie!||Chief of Spelling Police on Jan 6|
|*that's alright son, we'll take it from here.||context police on Jan 7|
|Talk about luck!||on Jan 6|