Important: The information in this document is obsolete and should not be used for new development.
Hide_CursorYou can use the
Hide_Cursorprocedure to hide the cursor if it is visible on the screen. The
Hide_Cursorprocedure is functionally the same as the
HideCursorprocedure described in the preceding section.
Hide_Cursorprocedure calls the
HideCursorprocedure to remove the cursor's image from the screen and decrements the cursor level by 1. Every call to
Hide_Cursorshould be balanced by a subsequent call to the
Show_Cursorprocedure, which is described on page 8-28. Before using
Hide_Cursor, you must use the
InitCursorCtlprocedure, which is described on page 8-20.