#include "cobscreen.h" int cobaddstrc (const cobchar_t *cstr);
|cstr||The required string.|
The specified string of characters cstr is displayed with the default attribute (A_NORMAL), starting at the current position of the virtual cursor. If the string is longer than the remaining width of the line, it wraps when it reaches the edge of the screen.
A character of \n (new line) is a valid character, and moves the virtual cursor to the beginning of the next line. The null character \0 terminates the string. No other control characters are valid; their use causes undefined results.
cstr cannot contain more than 255 characters.
This routine returns 0 on success.
call "CBL_WRITE_SCR_CHARS" using ...
display cstr at yyxx
To display the string "Hello World" followed by a new line, use: