n is optional and specifies the number of average width characters in the
displayed output. Only values in range can be entered (see %co). The range can
be set using %il - Integer Limit.
If %`rd is specified, then the value presented can only be changed by the
program using window_update@(value).
grey_ctrl is 1 (enabled) or 0 (disable/greyed). A call-back function (if
present) is placed after this control variable.
option can be set to the keyword initially_blank in order to create an
edit box that is initially empty (see notes below). In addition it can also
take the keyword radix=n where n is the number base for the displayed value.
n must be in the range 2 to 36.
The standard call-back functions 'COPY', 'CUT', and 'PASTE' can be used in this
context by attaching them to menu items and/or accelerator keys.
When %dd - Spin for Integer is used before %rd, a spin wheel is added (see %dd - Spin for Integer for details).
The subroutine set_highlighted@ can be called to select all of the text in
the edit box. It takes one INTEGER(7) argument which is the handle given by %lc - Handle of Last Control.