Possible WITHOUT a Hex Code?
If you are changing pixel states, you can transition between the graph screen an home screen very quickly by placing an Output( after the pixel command.
For(A,1,10 Pxl-On(A,10 Output(1,1," " End
That makes the graph screen blink off and on until all the lines are drawn, which takes longer than just drawing all the lines.
What I'm doing is I'm just placing a few lines on the graph screen, storing it to Pic0, and then ClrDraw. What I have takes a shorter amount of time… Is there another way?
You can use Pxl-Test( from the Home screen to check the states of the pixels on the graph screen, but I don't think there is any way to change the states from the home screen. Using a Pic is the most obvious way, but you have to generate it beforehand. If you generate the endpoints of the lines and store them into lists beforehand, you may be able to draw lines very quickly.
I'm not 100% sure, but there might be some hybrid basic stuff that could help, its not pure basic, but it's not hex codes.
You could change when you generate the picture so that it's less obtrusive. And if it doesnt take that long, you can generate the image the first time you actually need to display it. Then you dont have to worry about hiding it.