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The '''_LASTAXIS''' function returns the number of axis a specified number INPUT device on your computer has.
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The [[_LASTAXIS]] function returns the number of axis a specified number INPUT device on your computer has.
  
  
 
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::: axis_count% = _LASTAXIS(''device_number'')
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: {{Parameter|axisCount%}} = [[_LASTAXIS]]({{Parameter|deviceNumber}})
  
  
* Returns the number of axis that can be used on a specified device listed by [[_DEVICE$]].
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* The number of devices MUST be determined by [[_DEVICES]] first, but the specific device name can be found by [[_DEVICE$]].
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* Returns the number of axis that can be read on a specified device number within the number of [[_DEVICES]] found.
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* A valid number can be sent to the [[_AXIS]] function to find any relative axis movements.
 
* The devices are listed in a numerical order determined by the OS and can be read by the [[DEVICE$]] function.
 
* The devices are listed in a numerical order determined by the OS and can be read by the [[DEVICE$]] function.
* '''The [[_DEVICES]] function must be read BEFORE using _LASTAXIS or an [[ERROR Codes|"Illegal Function Call" error]] will occur!'''
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* '''The [[_DEVICES]] function must be read before using _LASTAXIS or an [[ERROR Codes|"Illegal Function Call" error]] will occur.'''
 
* Devices include keyboard(1), mouse(2), joysticks, game pads and multiple stick game controllers.
 
* Devices include keyboard(1), mouse(2), joysticks, game pads and multiple stick game controllers.
  
  
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''Example:'' Checking for the system's input devices and number of axis.
 
''Example:'' Checking for the system's input devices and number of axis.
 
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''See also:''
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* [[_LASTBUTTON]], [[_LASTWHEEL]]
 
* [[_AXIS]], [[_BUTTON]], [[_WHEEL]]
 
* [[_AXIS]], [[_BUTTON]], [[_WHEEL]]
 
* [[_DEVICE$]], [[_DEVICES]]
 
* [[_DEVICE$]], [[_DEVICES]]
* [[_LASTBUTTON]], [[_LASTWHEEL]]
 
 
* [[_MOUSEBUTTON]]
 
* [[_MOUSEBUTTON]]
 
* [[STRIG]], [[STICK]]
 
* [[STRIG]], [[STICK]]

Latest revision as of 16:17, 6 September 2017

The _LASTAXIS function returns the number of axis a specified number INPUT device on your computer has.


Syntax

axisCount% = _LASTAXIS(deviceNumber)


Description

  • Returns the number of axis that can be read on a specified device number within the number of _DEVICES found.
  • A valid number can be sent to the _AXIS function to find any relative axis movements.
  • The devices are listed in a numerical order determined by the OS and can be read by the DEVICE$ function.
  • The _DEVICES function must be read before using _LASTAXIS or an "Illegal Function Call" error will occur.
  • Devices include keyboard(1), mouse(2), joysticks, game pads and multiple stick game controllers.


Examples

Example: Checking for the system's input devices and number of axis.

devices = _DEVICES 'MUST be read in order for other 2 device functions to work! PRINT "Number of input devices found ="; devices FOR i = 1 TO devices PRINT _DEVICE$(i) IF INSTR(_DEVICE$(i), "[AXIS]") THEN PRINT "Axis:"; _LASTAXIS(i) NEXT

Number of input devices found = 2 [KEYBOARD][BUTTON] [MOUSE][BUTTON][AXIS][WHEEL] Axis: 2

Note: The STRIG/STICK commands won't read from the keyboard or mouse device the above example lists.


See also



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