This member of RFTerminal Object is supported on iOS, Windows Mobile, Windows CE, Palm, and DOS.
The SetCursorStart method defines the first line of device display that is valid for printing.
bStatus = object.SetCursorStart (nStartLine)
HRESULT hr = object->SetCursorStart (short nStartLine, BOOL *bStatus);
The status of the function returned as Boolean True or False values. Use the RFGetLastError method to return the error value.
The first line of the RF device display that is valid for printing. For example, if you wanted to prevent printing to lines 3 and above of the RF device display, you would pass a 4 for this parameter, making line four the first valid display line.
For network efficiency purposes, any changes made to an RF device will not take effect until the SetTerminalInfo Method is called. This allows you to change multiple options through the use of a single radio packet rather than using a radio packet for each option.
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