void nuDebConWindowShow(u32 wndNo, u32 flag)


wndNo      window number
           NU_DEB_CON_WINDOW0   Window 0 
           NU_DEB_CON_WINDOW1   Window 1 
           NU_DEB_CON_WINDOW2   Window 2 
           NU_DEB_CON_WINDOW3   Window 3 
flag determines display on/off NU_DEB_CON_WINDOW_ON (default) NU_DEB_CON_WINDOW_OFF

Return Value



Shows/hides the console window display

Changes the setting for display of the console window. To show the window, set the flag to NU_DEB_CON_WINDOW_ON. To hide the window, set the flag to NU_DEB_CON_WINDOW_OFF.

All 4 console windows are supposed to be displayed in the initial state. However, CPU power is required to some extent, to display console windows. Therefore, we recommend that you use this function to set windows that are not used to a non-display condition.

The windows are stacked with the highest priority window displayed on top.

This function can also be used with the release-use library.

See Also

nuGfxInit, nuGfxTaskStart, nuGfxSetUcode, nuDebConDisp, nuDebConWindowSize, nuDebConWindowPos, nuDebConScroll, nuDebConTextColor, nuDebConTextAttr, and nuDebConClear

Revision History

6/15/99 Added text regarding the load of console window display