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The _MOUSEHIDE statement hides the mouse cursor.
- Simply call the sub wherever necessary.
- Since the mouse pointer does not interfere with screen changes in QB64, there is little use in hiding the pointer.
- QB64 can even use PSET and POINT without hiding the mouse pointer.
- _MOUSEHIDE statements do not accumulate like they did with ABSOLUTE or INTERRUPT in Qbasic.