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 Post subject: GR.GROUP
Unread postPosted: Sat Apr 22, 2017 7:52 pm 
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i am searching and searching for an example of this and not seeing one. how it is called out and then of course its function. what i was imagining it was,..was like a GR.RECT having left, top, right, bottom that i could list many different objects within the area, call them out as the GR.GROUP and then do a GR.MOVE command and that would move all the objects covered by the GR.GROUP. if that is not what it is or does, could someone elaborate on what it is.

i am able to GR.HIDE the group of objects but am getting an error "doesnt have 'x'" on the GR.MOVE, (the manual kind of says it has x & y but then kind of says it doesnt(see pic):

Groups
You can put graphical objects into groups. A group is a list of graphical objects. When you perform
certain operation on a group, the operation is performed on each object in the group.
You group graphical objects by creating a Group Object on the Display List. You use the group by putting
its object number in a graphics command where you would use any other graphical object number.
In this version of BASIC!, you can use a Group Object in these commands:
 Gr.move: moves all of the objects by the same x and y amounts


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 Post subject: Re: GR.GROUP
Unread postPosted: Sat Apr 22, 2017 8:21 pm 
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i kept working with and it works better. nevermind this one.


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