This is a list of the functions and the statements that are not included in the other categories.
Plays a tone through the computer's speaker. The tone is system-dependent and you cannot modify its volume or pitch.
Starts another application and defines the respective window style, if necessary.
Interrupts the program execution for the amount of time that you specify in milliseconds.
Interrupts the program execution until the time specified.
Returns the number of system ticks provided by the operating system. You can use this function to optimize certain processes.
Returns the operating system-dependent directory separator used to specify file paths.
Returns the value of an environment variable as a string. Environment variables are dependent on the type of operating system that you have.
Returns the internal number of the current LibreOffice version.
Returns a numerical value that specifies the graphical user interface.
Returns the number of twips that represent the width of a pixel.
Returns the number of twips that represent the height of a pixel.
Basic source code and dialogs are organized in a library system.