PSET


Parameter to the Put graphics statement which selects PSet as the blitting method

Syntax:
Put [ target, ] [ STEP ] ( x,y ), source [ ,( x1,y1 )-( x2,y2 ) ], Pset

Parameters:
PSet
Required.

Description:
The PSet method copies the source pixel values onto the destination pixels.

This is the simplest Put method. The pixels in the destination buffer are directly overwritten with the pixels in the source buffer. No additional operations are done, and there are no color values that are treated as transparent. It has the same effect as PSetting each pixel individually.

Examples:
'' set up a screen: 320 * 200, 16 bits per pixel
ScreenRes 320, 200, 16
Line (0, 0)-(319, 199), RGB(0, 128, 255), bf

'' set up an image with the mask color as the background.
Dim img As Any Ptr = ImageCreate( 33, 33, RGB(255, 0, 255) )
Circle img, (16, 16), 15, RGB(255, 255, 0),     ,     , 1, f
Circle img, (10, 10), 3,  RGB(  0,   0, 0),     ,     , 2, f
Circle img, (23, 10), 3,  RGB(  0,   0, 0),     ,     , 2, f
Circle img, (16, 18), 10, RGB(  0,   0, 0), 3.14, 6.28

Dim As Integer x = 160 - 16, y = 100 - 16

'' Put the image with PSET
Put (x, y), img, PSet

'' free the image memory
ImageDestroy img

'' wait for a keypress
Sleep

Put PSet example output
Differences from QB:
See also:
Back to 2D Drawing Functions
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