MirBSD manpage: ocurses(3)

OCURSES(3)                 BSD Programmer's Manual                  OCURSES(3)


     ocurses - screen functions with ``optimal'' cursor motion


     cc [flags] files -locurses [libraries]


     These routines give the user a method of updating screens with reasonable
     optimization. They keep an image of the current screen, and the user sets
     up an image of a new one. Then refresh() tells the routines to make the
     current screen look like the new one. In order to initialize the rou-
     tines, the routine initscr() must be called before any of the other rou-
     tines that deal with windows and screens are used. The routine endwin()
     should be called before exiting.


     addch(ch)                                    add a character to stdscr
     addstr(str)                                  add a string to stdscr
     box(win,vert,hor)                            draw a box around a window
     cbreak()                                     set cbreak mode
     clear()                                      clear stdscr
     clearok(scr,boolf)                           set clear flag for scr
     clrtobot()                                   clear to bottom on stdscr
     clrtoeol()                                   clear to end of line on
     delch()                                      delete a character
     deleteln()                                   delete a line
     delwin(win)                                  delete stdscr
     echo()                                       set echo mode
     endwin()                                     end window modes
     erase()                                      erase stdscr
     flusok(win,boolf)                            set flush-on-refresh flag
                                                  for win
     getch()                                      get a char through stdscr
     getcap(name)                                 get terminal capability name
     getstr(str)                                  get a string through stdscr
     gettmode()                                   get tty modes
     getyx(win,y,x)                               get (y,x) co-ordinates
     inch()                                       get char at current (y,x)
     initscr()                                    initialize screens
     insch(c)                                     insert a char
     insertln()                                   insert a line
     leaveok(win,boolf)                           set leave flag for stdscr
     longname(termbuf,name)                       get long name from termbuf
     move(y,x)                                    move to (y,x) on stdscr
     mvcur(lasty,lastx,newy,newx)                 actually move cursor
     newwin(lines,cols,begin_y,begin_x)           create a new window
     nl()                                         set newline mapping
     nocbreak()                                   unset cbreak mode
     noecho()                                     unset echo mode
     nonl()                                       unset newline mapping
     noraw()                                      unset raw mode
     overlay(win1,win2)                           overlay win1 on win2
     overwrite(win1,win2)                         overwrite win1 on top of
     printw(fmt,arg1,arg2,...)                    printf on stdscr
     raw()                                        set raw mode
     refresh()                                    make current screen look
                                                  like stdscr
     resetty()                                    reset tty flags to stored
     savetty()                                    stored current tty flags
     scanw(fmt,arg1,arg2,...)                     scanf through stdscr
     scroll(win)                                  scroll win one line
     scrollok(win,boolf)                          set scroll flag
     setterm(name)                                set term variables for name
     standend()                                   end standout mode
     standout()                                   start standout mode
     subwin(win,lines,cols,begin_y,begin_x)       create a subwindow
     touchline(win,y,sx,ex)                       mark line y sx through sy as
     touchoverlap(win1,win2)                      mark overlap of win1 on win2
                                                  as changed
     touchwin(win)                                change all of win
     unctrl(ch)                                   printable version of ch
     waddch(win,ch)                               add char to win
     waddstr(win,str)                             add string to win
     wclear(win)                                  clear win
     wclrtobot(win)                               clear to bottom of win
     wclrtoeol(win)                               clear to end of line on win
     wdelch(win)                                  delete char from win
     wdeleteln(win)                               delete line from win
     werase(win)                                  erase win
     wgetch(win)                                  get a char through win
     wgetstr(win,str)                             get a string through win
     winch(win)                                   get char at current (y,x) in
     winsch(win,c)                                insert char into win
     winsertln(win)                               insert line into win
     wmove(win,y,x)                               set current (y,x) co-
                                                  ordinates on win
     wprintw(win,fmt,arg1,arg2,...)               printf on win
     wrefresh(win)                                make screen look like win
     wscanw(win,fmt,arg1,arg2,...)                scanf through win
     wstandend(win)                               end standout mode on win
     wstandout(win)                               start standout mode on win


     ioctl(2), getenv(3), termcap(3), tty(4), termcap(5)

     Ken Arnold, Screen Updating and Cursor Movement Optimization: A Library


     The ocurses package appeared in 4.0BSD.


     Ken Arnold

MirBSD #10-current               June 4, 1993                                1

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