Console.SetWindowSize(Int32, Int32) Method is used to change the height and width of the console window to the specified values.
Syntax: public static void SetWindowSize (int width, int height);
width: The width of the console window measured in columns.
height: The height of the console window measured in rows.
- If the width or height is less than or equal to zero
- width plus WindowLeft or height plus WindowTop is greater than or equal to MaxValue
- width or height is greater than the largest possible window width or height for the current screen resolution and console font.
- IOException: If an I/O error occured.
Example 1: Getting the current dimensions of the window.
Example 2: Setting the value of SetWindowSize
Note: See the Horizontal Scroll Bar at the bottom of the Window in both the images.
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