status.i4.v = wmake(x1.u1.r, y1.u1.r, x2.u1.r, y2.u1.r, nowrit.i1.r,
			    bdrclr.i1.r, ttlclr.i1.r, title.i1a.r, ident.i2.r)

	status.i4.v = wmake_c(x1.i4.v, y1.i4.v, x2.i4.v, y2.i4.v, nowrit.i4.v,
			      bdrclr.i4.v, ttlclr.i4.v, title.i1a.r, ident.i2.r)

	This function creates a window on the console TV window. It may
	only be called by primary applications. Any existing text in the
	specified region will be saved. The window may be deleted and the
	original text restored by use of the 'wdelet(_c)' function. Overlapping
	windows are permitted but it is up to the user to properly manage
	them. The current implementation is primitive. Overlapping windows
	should be deleted in the reverse order of their creation. Please note 
	that the screen	coordinates are not in the usual (row,column) format 
	but (column,row).

	x1, y1  coordinates of the upper left corner of window

	x2, y2  coordinates of the lower right corner of window
	nowrit 	if NOWRIT is .FALSE. the window area will be blanked 
		out and a box drawn around the window.  If NOWRIT
		is .TRUE. no change will be made to the window area.

	brdclr  a box will be drawn around the window in this color,
		black may be be specified if no visible border is
		desired. A full attribute byte may be specified. See
		the function ITVATT description.
	ttlclr  color in which title text will be displayed. A full
		attribute byte may be specified.

	title   a null-terminated text string (ie. a quoted literal) to
		be written to the top line of the window. It may be no
		longer than the width of the window minus four.

	ident	a unique value returned by the function which is
		used in subsequent calls to WDELET to specify
		the window to be deleted.

	The function value returns status as follows:
	    0	success
	   -5	too many windows, out of window storage
	   -8	parameter error (arguments out of range)