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calibrate_joystick_name(3alleg4)				  Allegro manual				  calibrate_joystick_name(3alleg4)

calibrate_joystick_name - Returns the next calibration text string. Allegro game programming library. SYNOPSIS
#include <allegro.h> const char *calibrate_joystick_name(int n); DESCRIPTION
Pass the number of the joystick you want to calibrate as the parameter. RETURN VALUE
Returns a text description for the next type of calibration that will be done on the specified joystick, or NULL if no more calibration is required. SEE ALSO
install_joystick(3alleg4), calibrate_joystick(3alleg4), joy(3alleg4), num_joysticks(3alleg4), exjoy(3alleg4) Allegro version 4.4.2 calibrate_joystick_name(3alleg4)

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calibrate_joystick(3alleg4)					  Allegro manual				       calibrate_joystick(3alleg4)

calibrate_joystick - Calibrates the specified joystick. Allegro game programming library. SYNOPSIS
#include <allegro.h> int calibrate_joystick(int n); DESCRIPTION
Most joysticks need to be calibrated before they can provide full analogue input. This function performs the next operation in the calibra- tion series for the specified stick, assuming that the joystick has been positioned in the manner described by a previous call to cali- brate_joystick_name(), returning zero on success. For example, a simple routine to fully calibrate all the joysticks might look like: int i; for (i=0; i<;num_joysticks; i++) { while (joy[i].flags & JOYFLAG_CALIBRATE) { char *msg = calibrate_joystick_name(i); textprintf_ex(..., "%s, and press a key ", msg); readkey(); if (calibrate_joystick(i) != 0) { textprintf_ex(..., "oops! "); readkey(); exit(1); } } } RETURN VALUE
Returns zero on success, non-zero if the calibration could not be performed successfully. SEE ALSO
install_joystick(3alleg4), calibrate_joystick_name(3alleg4), joy(3alleg4), num_joysticks(3alleg4), exjoy(3alleg4) Allegro version 4.4.2 calibrate_joystick(3alleg4)
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