Choose Output to open theand make it active.
The Output window displays text from any DOS command-line and any text generated from your program (no graphics).
The Output window is handy while you're debugging because you can view your source code, variables, and output all at once.
This is especially useful when you have setin the dialog box to 43/50 Lines and you are running a standard 25-line mode program.
In that case, you can see almost all of the program output and still have plenty of lines to view your source code and variables.
Choose thecommand if you'd rather see your program's text on the full screen--or if your program generates graphics.
To close the window, click its close box or choose.