gprint (int_posX, int_posY, any [, any, any, …]);
Performs as the normal print() function, but on the attached graphics display device only. It takes the first two parameters as display coordinates from where the output will start.
Nothing is sent to the console.
The function also ignores the functionality of the special ASCII codes below code 32, and prints their defined graphical images instead. Therefore, the text constants such as “_r” or “_n”, are drawn as characters.
gprint() uses the currently installed font with the currently set attributes for colour and scaling.