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Special Forums UNIX Desktop Questions & Answers Curiosity Post 15031 by Chimera on Friday 8th of February 2002 05:07:34 PM
Old 02-08-2002
Curiosity

Even i wanted very much to see how UNIX works i hadnt a chance.So if u can send me pic that shows UNIX interface and that is possible to se it in windows.I am still newbie and i would be very happy if u send it to me.
Best wishes

Chimera
 
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Difficulty: Easy
Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) is a routing protocol for Internet Protocol (IP) networks which uses a link state routing (LSR) algorithm.
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get_desktop_resolution(3alleg4) 				  Allegro manual				   get_desktop_resolution(3alleg4)

NAME
get_desktop_resolution - Finds out the desktop resolution. Allegro game programming library. SYNOPSIS
#include <allegro.h> int get_desktop_resolution(int *width, int *height); DESCRIPTION
Finds out the currently selected desktop resolution. You can use this information to avoid creating windows bigger than the current resolu- tion. This is especially important for some windowed drivers which are unable to create windows bigger than the desktop. Each parameter is a pointer to an integer where one dimension of the screen will be stored. Under some OSes, switching to a full screen graphics mode may automatically change the desktop resolution. You have, therefore, to call this function before setting any graphics mode in order to retrieve the real desktop resolution. Example: int width, height; allegro_init(); ... if (get_desktop_resolution(&width, &height) == 0) { /* Got the resolution correctly */ } RETURN VALUE
Returns zero on success, or a negative number if this information is not available or does not apply, in which case the values stored in the variables you provided for `width' and `height' are undefined. SEE ALSO
desktop_color_depth(3alleg4), set_gfx_mode(3alleg4) Allegro version 4.4.2 get_desktop_resolution(3alleg4)

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