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 form_new(3) -- create and destroy forms
    The function new_form creates a new form connected to a specified field pointer array (which must be NULL-terminated). The function free_form disconnects form from its field array and frees the storag...
 form_new_page(3) -- form pagination functions
    The function set_new_page sets or resets a flag marking the given field as the beginning of a new page on its form. The function new_page is a predicate which tests if a given field marks a page begin...
 form_opts(3) -- set and get form options
    The function set_form_opts sets all the given form's option bits (form option bits may be logically-OR'ed together). The function form_opts_on turns on the given option bits, and leaves others alone...
 form_opts_off(3) -- set and get form options
    The function set_form_opts sets all the given form's option bits (form option bits may be logically-OR'ed together). The function form_opts_on turns on the given option bits, and leaves others alone...
 form_opts_on(3) -- set and get form options
    The function set_form_opts sets all the given form's option bits (form option bits may be logically-OR'ed together). The function form_opts_on turns on the given option bits, and leaves others alone...
 form_page(3) -- set and get form page number
    The function set_current field sets the current field of the given form; current_field returns the current field of the given form. The function set_form_page sets the form's page number (goes to pag...
 form_post(3) -- write or erase forms from associated subwindows
    The function post_form displays a form to its associated subwindow. To trigger physical display of the subwindow, use refresh or some equivalent curses routine (the implicit doupdate triggered by an c...
 form_requestname(3) -- handle printable form request names
    The function form_request_name returns the printable name of a form request code. The function form_request_by_name searches in the name-table for a request with the given name and returns its request...
 form_request_by_name(3) -- handle printable form request names
    The function form_request_name returns the printable name of a form request code. The function form_request_by_name searches in the name-table for a request with the given name and returns its request...
 form_request_name(3) -- handle printable form request names
    The function form_request_name returns the printable name of a form request code. The function form_request_by_name searches in the name-table for a request with the given name and returns its request...
 form_sub(3) -- make and break form window and subwindow associations
    Every form has an associated pair of curses windows. The form window displays any title and border associated with the window; the form subwindow displays the items of the form that are currently avai...
 form_term(3) -- set hooks for automatic invocation by applications
    These functions make it possible to set hook functions to be called at various points in the automatic processing of input event codes by form_driver. The function set_field_init sets a hook to be cal...
 form_userptr(3) -- associate application data with a form item
    Every form and every form item has a field that can be used to hold application-specific data (that is, the form-driver code leaves it alone). These functions get and set the form user pointer field.
 form_win(3) -- make and break form window and subwindow associations
    Every form has an associated pair of curses windows. The form window displays any title and border associated with the window; the form subwindow displays the items of the form that are currently avai...
 fparseln(3) -- return the next logical line from a stream
    The fparseln() function returns a pointer to the next logical line from the stream referenced by stream. This string is NUL terminated and it is dynamically allocated on each invocation. It is the res...
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