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# EXPORTTEST

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## [edit] Definition

**INT** map_xputnp ( <**INT** destinationFileID> , <**INT** destinationGraphID> , <**INT** originFileID> , <**INT** originGraphID> , <**INT** x> , <**INT** y> , <**INT** angle> , <**INT** scale_x> , <**INT** scale_y> , <**INT** blitflags> )

Draws (blits) a graph onto another graph.

If the advanced parameters aren't needed, map_put() or map_xput() can be used.

## [edit] Parameters

INT destinationFileID | - The file that holds the destination graph. |

INT destinationGraphID | - The graph to draw on. |

INT originFileID | - The file that holds the origin graph. |

INT originGraphID | - The graph to draw with. |

INT x | - Where on the destination graph's x-axis to put the graph. |

INT y | - Where on the destination graph's y-axis to put the graph. |

INT angle | - What angle to draw the graph at. |

INT scale_x | - What size to draw the origin graph's x-axis at (also see size_x) |

INT scale_y | - What size to draw the origin graph's y-axis at (also see size_y). |

INT blitflags | - What blit flags to draw the graph with. |

## [edit] Returns

**INT** : true

## [edit] Notes

The x and y parameters denote where to draw the graph, that is, where the center of the to be drawn graph will be. Blit flags can be used to give the drawing (blitting) a special effect.

When angle is 0 and size is 100, the speed is greater, because the graph doesn't need rotating or scaling.

## [edit] Errors

Unsupported color depth | - The origin graph's color depth is greater than the destination graph's. |

## [edit] Example

Program watskeburt; Global destgraph; origgraph; Begin // Set the mode to 16bit and some resolution set_mode(320,200,16); // Makes the destination graphic a red square destgraph=new_map(100,100,16); map_clear(0,destgraph,rgb(255,0,0)); // Makes the origin graphic a blue square origgraph=new_map(100,100,16); map_clear(0,origgraph,rgb(0,0,255)); // Draws the blue square on the center of the red square transparently, // at a random angle and a random size map_xputnp(0,destgraph,0,origgraph,50,50,rand(-180000,180000),rand(50,150),rand(50,150),4); map_xputnp(0,destgraph,0,origgraph,50,50,rand(-180000,180000),rand(50,150),rand(50,150),4); // Shows the final graph put(0,destgraph,160,100); Loop frame; End End

Used in example: set_mode(), new_map(), map_clear(), put()

This will result in something like: