MirOS Manual: item_count(3), menu_items(3), set_menu_items(3)


menu_items(3)       UNIX Programmer's Manual        menu_items(3)

NAME

     menu_items - make and break connections between items and
     menus

SYNOPSIS

     #include <menu.h>
     int set_menu_items(MENU *menu, ITEM **items);
     ITEM **menu_items(const MENU *menu);
     int item_count(const MENU *menu);

DESCRIPTION

     The function set_menu_items changes the item pointer array
     of the given menu.  The array must be terminated by a NULL.

     The function menu_items returns the item array of the given
     menu.

     The function item_count returns the count of items in menu.

RETURN VALUES

     The function menu_items returns NULL on error.

     The function item_count returns ERR (the general curses
     error return value) on error.

     The function set_menu_items returns one of the following
     codes on error:

     E_OK The routine succeeded.

     E_SYSTEM_ERROR
          System error occurred (see errno).

     E_BAD_ARGUMENT
          Routine detected an incorrect or out-of-range argument.

     E_POSTED
          The menu is already posted.

     E_NOT_CONNECTED
          No items are connected to the menu.

SEE ALSO

     curses(3), menu(3).

NOTES

     The header file <menu.h> automatically includes the header
     file <curses.h>.

PORTABILITY

     These routines emulate the System V menu library.  They were
     not supported on Version 7 or BSD versions.

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menu_items(3)       UNIX Programmer's Manual        menu_items(3)

     The SVr4 menu library documentation specifies the item_count
     error value as -1 (which is the value of ERR).

AUTHORS

     Juergen Pfeifer.  Manual pages and adaptation for new curses
     by Eric S. Raymond.

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