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 curs_border_set(3) -- Draw borders or lines by using complex characters and renditions
    The border_set and wborder_set functions draw a border around the edges of the current or specified window. These functions do not advance the cursor position, do not perform special character process...
 curs_chgat(3) -- Change renditions of characters in a Curses window
    These functions change the renditions of the next n characters in the current or specified window (or of the remaining characters on the line if n is -1), starting at the current or specified cursor p...
 curs_clear(3) -- Clear all or part of a Curses window
    The erase and werase routines copy blanks to every position in the window. The clear and wclear routines are similar to erase and werase but also call clearok. The result is that the screen is cleared...
 curs_color(3) -- Curses
    The Curses library includes routines that manipulate color-on-color alphanumeric terminals. To use these routines, applications must call start_color, usually right after initscr. Colors are always us...
 curs_delch(3) -- Delete the character under the cursor in a Curses window
    These routines do the following: Delete the character under the cursor in the current or specified window Move all characters that are to the right of the cursor and on the same line to the left one p...
 curs_deleteln(3) -- Delete or insert lines in a Curses window
    The deleteln and wdeleteln routines do the following: Delete the line under the cursor in the current or specified window Move all lines below the current line up one line Clear the bottom line of the...
 curs_getcchar(3) -- Get a wide character string and rendition from a cchar_t or set a cchar_t from a wide-character stri...
    The getcchar function gets a wide-character string and rendition from a cchar_t argument. When wch is not a null pointer, the getcchar function does the following: Extracts information from a cchar_t ...
 curs_getch(3) -- Get (or push back) characters from a Curses terminal keyboard
    The getch, wgetch, mvgetch, and mvwgetch routines read a character from the terminal associated with the Curses window. In no-delay mode, if no input is waiting, these routines return the value ERR. I...
 curs_getstr(3) -- Get character strings from a Curses terminal keyboard
    The effect of getstr is as though a series of calls to getch were made, until a newline or carriage return is received. The resulting value is placed in the area pointed to by the character pointer st...
 curs_getwch(3) -- Get (or push back) wchar_t characters from a Curses terminal keyboard
    The getwch, wgetwch, mvgetwch, and mvwgetwch routines read an EUC character from the terminal associated with the Curses window, transform the character into a wchar_t character, and return the wchar_...
 curs_getwstr(3) -- Get wchar_t character strings from a Curses terminal keyboard
    The effect of getwstr is as though a series of calls to getwch were made, until a newline and carriage return is received. The resulting value is placed in the area pointed to by the wchar_t pointer w...
 curs_getyx(3) -- Get Curses cursor and window coordinates
    The getyx macro places the cursor position of the window into the two integer variables y and x. If win is a subwindow, the getparyx macro places the beginning coordinates of the subwindow (relative t...
 curs_get_wch(3) -- Get (or push back) a wide character from Curses terminal keyboard
    The get_wch, wget_wch, mvget_wch, and mvwget_wch functions read a character from the terminal associated with the current or specified window. In no-delay mode, if no input is waiting, these functions...
 curs_get_wstr(3) -- Get an array of wide characters from a Curses terminal keyboard
    The effect of get_wstr is as though a series of calls to get_wch were made, until a newline, end-of-line, or endof-file character is processed. An end-of-file character is represented by WEOF, as defi...
 curs_inch(3) -- Get a character and its attributes from a Curses window
    These routines return the character, of type chtype, at the current position in the named window. If any attributes are set for that position, their values are combined (through an inclusive OR operat...
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