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Ever wanted to draw a cool picture in batch? Or get the mouse X and mouse Y when the user clicks? Do not fear! SDraw is here! using SDraw will allow you to do all of the questions I asked!

Step 1: Download!

Download this amazing program by going to http://josh0n.weebly.com/batch.html and getting SDraw.

Step 2: Looking at the Stuff

Inside of the SDraw folder, you will have an example folder and "SDraw Programs". The example folder is a batch file, that uses SDraw to draw a pretty picture and get the mouse X and Y.

The SDraw programs is the folder that contains SDraw itself, and has the SDraw Image Creator, so you can easily create images without typing anything.

Also, there is a readme. This is important to read if you're not watching the video.

Thanks for looking at this instructable! Have a wonderful day using SDraw!


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EASY IMAGE CREATION
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Use SDraw Image Creator to easily create images!
Just click on a color in the second row
and draw somewhere in the console!
Then click the save button and it's saved as "pic.txt"
Easy as pie!

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CREATING IMAGES
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Draw images using the image editor tool, or you can type
E.X:
if you type "color /?" into the color it gives you some numbers and letters meaning a color
such as how you do "color 0a", black background light green foreground
so draw an image with the color you want to show:
00EEE00
0E000E0
0E000E0
0E000E0
00EEE00

E is a light yellow, 0 is a black.
Can you guess what it'd draw:
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DRAWING IMAGES
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Type "sdraw /img x y imgname" to draw an image at x, y
E.X.
Lets say we used the image above.
we saved the image as "face.txt" and we want to draw it at 0, 0
sdraw 0 0 face.txt
then the program would draw it.
NOTE: if you don't understand console X and Y,
*X axis 1
Y*01234567890
0
a1
x2
i3
s4
5
6
7
8
9
10
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GETTING MOUSE
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the other useful thing about SDraw is how you can get the mouse
using "sdraw /click" you can get the user to click
then "sdraw /click x" grabs the x of the click
"sdraw /click y" grabs the y of the click
E.X.

EXAMPLE CODE:

sdraw /click

sdraw /click x
echo X: %errorlevel%
sdraw /click y
echo Y: %errorlevel%

NOTICE: sometimes this method of getting x and y is not always reliable. You'll need
to read from the "mouse.txt" file yourself to correctly get the X and Y.

Some code reading the file:

::READ CODE
::make sure you have already "setlocal enabledelayedexpansion" , else, uncomment this next line of code
::setlocal enabledelayedexpansion
set c=0
for /f "delims=~" %%A in (mouse.txt) do (
if "!c!" == "0" set x=%%A
if "!c!" == "1" set y=%%A
set /a c=!c!+1
)

echo X: !x! Y: !y!

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