SETBGPATTERN changes the background pattrn to the pattern specified by its input. SETBGPATTERN accepts inputs from 1-12 corresponding to the available background patterns. The pattern appears in the current background color.
The available background patterns are:If you use SETBGPATTERN with a list of 8 numbers in the range from 0 to 255, these eight bytes are treated as an 8x8 bit pattern.
See also PATTERN.
Example? SETBGPATTERN 8