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BltExpandedfunction sets up and performs a
GPEblit, with any acceleration you have added to your
You would normally use this function to execute a
GPEblit from your DirectDraw HAL implementation in your
virtual SCODE BltExpanded ( DDGPESurf *pDst,DDGPESurf *pSrc,DDGPESurf *pPattern,DDGPESurf *pMask,CLIPOBJ *pco,XLATEOBJ *pxlo,CONST RECT *prclDst,CONST RECT *prclSrc,ULONGsolidColor,ULONGbltFlags,ULONGrop4);virtual SCODE BltExpanded (DDGPESurf *pDst,DDGPESurf *pSrc,DDGPESurf *pPattern,CONST RECT *prclDst,CONST RECT *prclSrc,ULONGsolidColor,ULONGbltFlags,ULONGrop4);
A pointer to the surface that will be modified by the blit.
This is the destination surface.
A pointer to the surface containing the source data.
A pointer to the surface object containing a pattern to be used
in a PATCOPY blit.
This optional parameter points to a surface that provides a
mask for the source. The mask is defined by a logic map, which is a
bitmap with one bit per pixel. The mask will always be large enough
to contain the relevant source; tiling is unnecessary. This
parameter can be used by the hardware blit, or if the current blit
is not supported by hardware, it will be passed to the standard
GPEblit emulation functions. If no mask is desired, this
parameter should be set to NULL.
This optional parameter points to a CLIPOBJ that limits the
area to be modified in the destination. If the hardware
implementation does not support the current blit, this parameter
will be passed on to the emulated blit in
GPE. If no clipping is required, this parameter should be
set to NULL.
This optional parameter points to an XLATEOBJ that specifies
how color indexes are to be translated between the source and
target surfaces. If this parameter is not required for a particular
blit, it should be set to NULL.
A pointer to a rectangle in the destination surface that
encloses the area that should be modified.
A pointer to the rectangle in the source surface that encloses
the bits that will be used in the blit.
The color to use in solid fill blit operations.
Flags for the blit.
Identifes the raster operation that should be performed.
The return value is S_OK if the function is successful.
Otherwise an error code is returned.