The PxlChg command inverts a pixel on the graph screen: drawing it if it was erased, and erasing it otherwise. It uses pixel coordinates, which means that the result isn't affected by window variables like xmin and xmax: PxlChg P, Q will always change the pixel P rows down and Q columns across from the top left corner of the graph screen.
The range of possible values (anything outside this range will give an error) is:
- 0..76 for the row and 0..158 for the column, on a TI-89 or TI-89 Titanium.
- 0..102 for the row and 0..238 for the column, on a TI-92, TI-92 Plus, or Voyage 200.
Note that this doesn't match the output of getConfg() — the command is reliable for figuring out which of the two situations you're in, but the values it gives for window width/height are incorrect.
When in split screen mode, PxlChg still won't give an error as long as the values are in the regular range, but drawing a pixel off the screen will have no effect. The output of getConfg() will reflect the change in window size, but the values themselves still won't be correct.
In practice, PxlChg is the most useful of the pixel-toggling commands, because it can be used both to draw and to erase pixels.
PxlChg can also be used with two lists of the same size. In that case, it will change the pixels for every pair of elements (rowlist[n], collist[n]). This is a rarely-used alternative to a command like XorPic, with the one advantage that it doesn't require a picture variable (of course, if you had two such lists, you could easily use NewPic to create a picture variable).
260 - Domain error happens when the pixel coordinates are not in the allowed range.