I Have been writing something in ice, but when I try to use the PrintStringXY( command, I get this:


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Here is my code


Code:
Begin
FillScreen(7
SetFontHeight(20
PrintStringXY("[1.] Radius",80,120
PrintStringXY("[2.] Arc Length",180,120
PrintStringXY("[3.] Degree",90,145
Pause
ClrHome
det(1


can someone please help me and tell me where i went wrong and possibly how i could fix it?
Remove the SetFontHeight function call. It doesn't do what you think it does.
You might want to use SetTextScale instead.
Okay, will do. i am completely new to this. thank you for the help
SetTextScale(1,2 to set the height to 20, SetTextScale (width_scale_factor, height_scale_factor) no decimals, btw
SM84CE wrote:
SetTextScale(1,2 to set the height to 20, SetTextScale (width_scale_factor, height_scale_factor) no decimals, btw


Can you use decimals with this command in C?
No. It would be too computationally expensive to scale a character by a fractional amount, and it would also look ugly. The C toolchain also for the most part avoids using floating point numbers in it's functions.

If you want a smaller font, you can use a custom font that has a smaller size.
  
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