INT xput ( <INT fileID> , <INT GraphID> , <INT x> , <INT y> , <INT angle> , <INT size> , <INT blitflags> , <INT region> )
If the advanced parameters aren't needed, put() can be used.
|INT fileID||- The fileID of the file that holds the graphics.|
|INT graphID||- The graphID of the graphic to draw with.|
|INT x||- Where on the background graphic's x-axis to put the graphic.|
|INT y||- Where on the background graphic's y-axis to put the graphic.|
|INT angle||- What angle to draw the graphic at.|
|INT size||- What size to draw the graphic at.|
|INT blitflags||- What blit flags to draw the graphic with.|
|INT regionID||- The regionID of the region in which the graphic is only allowed to be drawn.|
INT : true
The x and y parameters denote where to draw the graphic, that is, where the center of the to be drawn graphic will be. Blit flags can be used to give the drawing (blitting) a special effect.
When angle is 0 and size is 100, the speed is greater, because the graph doesn't need rotating or scaling.
|Unsupported color depth||- The graphic's color depth is greater than the background graphic's.|