Queries the device to determine whether the specified adapter supports the requested format and display mode. This method could be used in a loop to enumerate all the available adapter modes.
HRESULT EnumAdapterModes( [in] UINT Adapter, [in] D3DFORMAT Format, [in] UINT Mode, [out] D3DDISPLAYMODE *pMode );
- Adapter [in]
Ordinal number denoting the display adapter to enumerate. D3DADAPTER_DEFAULT is always the primary display adapter. This method returns D3DERR_INVALIDCALL when this value equals or exceeds the number of display adapters in the system.
- Format [in]
Allowable pixel formats. See Remarks.
- Mode [in]
Represents the display-mode index which is an unsigned integer between zero and the value returned by GetAdapterModeCount minus one.
- pMode [out]
A pointer to the available display mode of type D3DDISPLAYMODE. See Remarks.
- If the device can be used on this adapter, D3D_OK is returned.
- If the Adapter equals or exceeds the number of display adapters in the system, D3DERR_INVALIDCALL is returned.
- If either surface format is not supported or if hardware acceleration is not available for the specified formats, D3DERR_NOTAVAILABLE is returned.
An application supplies a display mode and a format to EnumAdapterModes which returns a display mode. This method could be used in a loop to enumerate all available display modes.
The application specifies a format and the enumeration is restricted to those display modes that exactly match the format (alpha is ignored). Allowed formats (which are members of D3DFORMAT) are as follows:
In addition, EnumAdapterModes treats pixel formats 565 and 555 as equivalent, and returns the correct version. The difference comes into play only when the application locks the back buffer and there is an explicit flag that the application must set in order to accomplish this.
Build date: 11/16/2013