Programming with Reflection

image\rwnprg32.gif Display method


Syntax object.Display String, [Options]



Displays a string in Reflection's terminal window as though it had been received from the host.

Use this method with caution¾when you send data to the terminal window, the user may not recognize that the data did not come from the host, and may act on the assumption that it did. This can create confusion.


String Argument type: String
The string to display.

Options Argument Type: Enumeration
Specifies additional, non-default behavior for the method. You can combine both options using addition as shown here:

      .Display "Hello\r", rcNoTranslation + rcHexData


 Indicates that the string should not be translated from the PC character set into the host character set.


 Indicates that portions of a string that follow a backslash should be interpreted using either hexadecimal code or C-language character conventions. For example, the following statement transmits the fraction symbol ¼ (using the decimal code x0BC) followed by a carriage return (using the \r special character):

        .Transmit "\x0BC\r", rcHexData


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