All the attributes are for verification only.
Returns the name of IUP's version.
The value follows the "major.minor.driver" format, major referring to broader changes, minor referring to smaller changes and corrections, and driver referring to changes in the respective driver. Ex.: "1.7.2".
Returns the IUP's copyright.
Ex: "Copyright (C) 1994-2004 Tecgraf/PUC-Rio and PETROBRAS S/A".
Informs the current driver being used.
Two drivers are available now, one for each platform: "MOTIF" and "WIN32".
Informs the current operating system.
On UNIX, it is equivalent to the command "uname -s" (sysname). On Windows, it identifies if you are on NT, WinXP or 98.
Several values can be provided:
Informs the current operating system version.
On UNIX, it is equivalent to the command "uname -r" (release). On Windows, it identifies the system version with build number and service pack version.
Returns the screen size in pixels. In Windows it excludes the task bar area.
String in the "widthxheight" format.
Returns the screen depth in bits per pixel.
Locks the loop even when an all dialogs have been closed. Possible values: "YES" or "NO".
This attribute programaticaly changes the cursor position. Accept values in the format "poshxposv", example "200x200", in absolute coordinates relative to the upper left corner of the screen.
Returns the hostname.
Returns the user logged in.
Returns the default dialog background color.
Win32 Global Attributes
This attribute returns a handle (HINSTANCE) that identifies the application in the native system. It is a verification-only attribute.
Return respectively a text with a description of the system language.
Stores the name of the default font used in the interface controls.
Returns the state of the Shit keys (left and right). Possible values: "ON" or "OFF".
Returns the state of the Control keys (left and right). Possible values: "ON" or "OFF".
Motif Global Attributes
Returns the version of the run time Motif.
Indicates if the display allows creating TrueColor (> 8bpp) windows, even if PseudoColor is the default. Returns "YES" or "NO".
Turns on/off ("YES" or "NO") the autorepeat of keyboard keys in the whole system - may be used as an optimization in high performance applications.