get_tposition — Get cursor position.
get_tposition queries the current position of the text cursor in the output window. The position is measured in the image coordinate system. The next output of text in this window starts at the cursor position. The left end of the baseline for writing the next string (not considering descenders) is placed on this position. The position is changed by the output or input of text (write_string, read_string) or by an explicit change of position by (set_tposition, new_line).
If the output text does not fit completely into the window, an exception is raised. This can be avoided by set_check('~text').
Row index of text cursor position.
Column index of text cursor position.
get_tposition returns 2 (H_MSG_TRUE) if the window is valid. Otherwise an exception is raised.
set_tposition, write_string, read_string, read_char
new_line, read_string, set_tposition, write_string, set_check