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curses(3CURSES)		   Curses Library Functions	       curses(3CURSES)

       curses -	CRT screen handling and	optimization package

       cc [ flag... ] file.. .-lcurses [ library... ]
       #include	<curses.h>

       The curses library routines give	the user a terminal-independent	method
       of updating character screens with reasonable optimization.

       The curses package allows:  overall screen, window  and	pad  manipula-
       tion;  output to	windows	and pads; reading terminal input; control over
       terminal	and curses input and output options;  environment  query  rou-
       tines; color manipulation; use of soft label keys; terminfo access; and
       access to low-level curses routines.

       To initialize the routines, the routine initscr() or newterm() must  be
       called  before  any  of	the  other routines that deal with windows and
       screens are used. The routine endwin() must be called  before  exiting.
       To  get	character-at-a-time  input  without echoing (most interactive,
       screen oriented programs	want this), the	following sequence  should  be


       Most programs would additionally	use the	sequence:


       Before a	curses program is run, the tab stops of	the terminal should be
       set and its initialization strings, if defined, must  be	 output.  This
       can be done by executing	the tput init command after the	shell environ-
       ment variable TERM has been exported.  (See terminfo(4) for further de-

       The curses library permits manipulation of data structures, called win-
       dows, which can be thought of as	two-dimensional	arrays	of  characters
       representing  all or part of a CRT screen. A default window called std-
       scr, which is the size of the terminal screen, is supplied. Others  may
       be created with newwin(3CURSES).

       Windows	are  referred to by variables declared as WINDOW *. These data
       structures are manipulated with routines	 described  on	3CURSES	 pages
       (whose  names  begin  "curs_"). Among which the most basic routines are
       move(3CURSES) and addch(3CURSES). More general versions of  these  rou-
       tines  are  included  with names	beginning with w, allowing the user to
       specify a window. The routines not beginning with w affect stdscr.

       After using  routines  to  manipulate  a	 window,  refresh(3CURSES)  is
       called,	telling	curses to make the user's CRT screen look like stdscr.
       The characters in a window are actually of type chtype, (character  and
       attribute  data)	so that	other information about	the character may also
       be stored with each character.

       Special windows called pads may also be manipulated. These are  windows
       which  are not constrained to the size of the screen and	whose contents
       need not	be completely displayed. See curs_pad(3CURSES) for more	infor-

       In  addition  to	drawing	characters on the screen, video	attributes and
       colors may be included, causing the characters to show up in such modes
       as  underlined, in reverse video, or in color on	terminals that support
       such display enhancements. Line drawing characters may be specified  to
       be  output.  On input, curses is	also able to translate arrow and func-
       tion keys that transmit escape sequences	into single values. The	 video
       attributes,  line  drawing  characters, and input values	use names, de-
       fined in	<curses.h>,  such as A_REVERSE,	ACS_HLINE, and KEY_LEFT.

       If the environment variables LINES and COLUMNS are set, or if the  pro-
       gram  is	executing in a window environment, line	and column information
       in the environment will override	information  read  by  terminfo.  This
       would effect a program running in an AT&T 630 layer, for	example, where
       the size	of a screen is changeable.

       If the environment variable TERMINFO  is	 defined,  any	program	 using
       curses  checks  for  a local terminal definition	before checking	in the
       standard	place. For example, if TERM is set to att4424, then  the  com-
       piled terminal definition is found in


       (The  `a'  is copied from the first letter of att4424 to	avoid creation
       of huge directories.) However, if TERMINFO  is  set  to	$HOME/myterms,
       curses first checks


       and if that fails, it then checks


       This  is	 useful	 for developing	experimental definitions or when write
       permission in /usr/share/lib/terminfo is	not available.

       The integer variables LINES and COLS are	defined	in <curses.h> and will
       be filled in by initscr with the	size of	the screen. The	constants TRUE
       and FALSE have the values 1 and 0, respectively.

       The curses routines also	define the WINDOW * variable curscr  which  is
       used  for  certain  low-level  operations like clearing and redrawing a
       screen containing garbage. The curscr can be used in only  a  few  rou-

   International Functions
       The  number of bytes and	the number of columns to hold a	character from
       the supplementary character set	is  locale-specific  (locale  category
       LC_CTYPE) and can be specified in the character class table.

       For  editing, operating at the character	level is entirely appropriate.
       For screen formatting, arbitrary	movement of characters	on  screen  is
       not desirable.

       Overwriting characters (addch, for example) operates on a screen	level.
       Overwriting a character by a character that requires a different	number
       of  columns  may	 produce  orphaned columns. These orphaned columns are
       filled with background characters.

       Inserting characters (insch, for	example) operates on a character level
       (that  is, at the character boundaries).	The specified character	is in-
       serted right before the character, regardless  of  which	 column	 of  a
       character  the  cursor points to. Before	insertion, the cursor position
       is adjusted to the first	column of the character.

       As with inserting characters, deleting characters (delch, for  example)
       operates	 on  a character level (that is, at the	character boundaries).
       The character at	the cursor is deleted whichever	column of the  charac-
       ter  the	 cursor	points to. Before deletion, the	cursor position	is ad-
       justed to the first column of the character.

       A multi-column character	cannot be put on the last column  of  a	 line.
       When  such  attempts are	made, the last column is set to	the background
       character. In addition, when such an operation  creates	orphaned  col-
       umns, the orphaned columns are filled with background characters.

       Overlapping and overwriting a window follows the	operation of overwrit-
       ing characters around its edge. The orphaned columns, if	any, are  han-
       dled as in the character	operations.

       The  cursor is allowed to be placed anywhere in a window. If the	inser-
       tion or deletion	is made	when the cursor	points to the second or	 later
       column  position	of a character that holds multiple columns, the	cursor
       is adjusted to the first	column of the character	before	the  insertion
       or deletion.

   Routine and Argument	Names
       Many  curses  routines have two or more versions. The routines prefixed
       with w require a	window argument. The routines prefixed with p  require
       a pad argument. Those without a prefix generally	use stdscr.

       The  routines prefixed with mv require an x and y coordinate to move to
       before performing the appropriate action. The mv	routines imply a  call
       to move(3CURSES)	before the call	to the other routine. The coordinate y
       always refers to	the row	(of the	window), and x always  refers  to  the
       column. The upper left-hand corner is always (0,0), not (1,1).

       The  routines prefixed with mvw take both a window argument and x and y
       coordinates. The	window argument	is always specified before the coordi-

       In  each	case, win is the window	affected, and pad is the pad affected;
       win and pad are always pointers to type WINDOW

       Option setting routines require a Boolean flag bf with the  value  TRUE
       or  FALSE;  bf is always	of type	bool. The variables ch and attrs below
       are always of type chtype. The types WINDOW, SCREEN, bool,  and	chtype
       are  defined  in	 <curses.h>. The type TERMINAL is defined in <term.h>.
       All other arguments are integers.

   Routine Name	Index
       The following table lists each curses routine and the name of the  man-
       ual page	on which it is described.

       curses Routine Name     Manual Page Name

       addch		       curs_addch(3CURSES)

       addchnstr	       curs_addchstr(3CURSES)

       addchstr		       curs_addchstr(3CURSES)

       addnstr		       curs_addstr(3CURSES)

       addnwstr		       curs_addwstr(3CURSES)

       addstr		       curs_addstr(3CURSES)

       addwch		       curs_addwch(3CURSES)

       addwchnstr	       curs_addwchstr(3CURSES)

       addwchstr	       curs_addwchstr(3CURSES)

       addwstr		       curs_addwstr(3CURSES)

       adjcurspos	       curs_alecompat(3CURSES)

       attroff		       curs_attr(3CURSES)

       attron		       curs_attr(3CURSES)

       attrset		       curs_attr(3CURSES)

       baudrate		       curs_termattrs(3CURSES)

       beep		       curs_beep(3CURSES)

       bkgd		       curs_bkgd(3CURSES)

       bkgdset		       curs_bkgd(3CURSES)

       border		       curs_border(3CURSES)

       box		       curs_border(3CURSES)

       can_change_color	       curs_color(3CURSES)

       cbreak		       curs_inopts(3CURSES)

       clear		       curs_clear(3CURSES)

       clearok		       curs_outopts(3CURSES)

       clrtobot		       curs_clear(3CURSES)

       clrtoeol		       curs_clear(3CURSES)

       color_content	       curs_color(3CURSES)

       copywin		       curs_overlay(3CURSES)

       curs_set		       curs_kernel(3CURSES)

       def_prog_mode	       curs_kernel(3CURSES)

       def_shell_mode	       curs_kernel(3CURSES)

       del_curterm	       curs_terminfo(3CURSES)

       delay_output	       curs_util(3CURSES)

       delch		       curs_delch(3CURSES)

       deleteln		       curs_deleteln(3CURSES)

       delscreen	       curs_initscr(3CURSES)

       delwin		       curs_window(3CURSES)

       derwin		       curs_window(3CURSES)

       doupdate		       curs_refresh(3CURSES)

       dupwin		       curs_window(3CURSES)

       echo		       curs_inopts(3CURSES)

       echochar		       curs_addch(3CURSES)

       echowchar	       curs_addwch(3CURSES)

       endwin		       curs_initscr(3CURSES)

       erase		       curs_clear(3CURSES)

       erasechar	       curs_termattrs(3CURSES)

       filter		       curs_util(3CURSES)

       flash		       curs_beep(3CURSES)

       flushinp		       curs_util(3CURSES)

       getbegyx		       curs_getyx(3CURSES)

       getch		       curs_getch(3CURSES)

       getmaxyx		       curs_getyx(3CURSES)

       getnwstr		       curs_getwstr(3CURSES)

       getparyx		       curs_getyx(3CURSES)

       getstr		       curs_getstr(3CURSES)

       getsyx		       curs_kernel(3CURSES)

       getwch		       curs_getwch(3CURSES)

       getwin		       curs_util(3CURSES)

       getwstr		       curs_getwstr(3CURSES)

       getyx		       curs_getyx(3CURSES)

       halfdelay	       curs_inopts(3CURSES)

       has_colors	       curs_color(3CURSES)

       has_ic		       curs_termattrs(3CURSES)

       has_il		       curs_termattrs(3CURSES)

       idcok		       curs_outopts(3CURSES)

       idlok		       curs_outopts(3CURSES)

       immedok		       curs_outopts(3CURSES)

       inch		       curs_inch(3CURSES)

       inchnstr		       curs_inchstr(3CURSES)

       inchstr		       curs_inchstr(3CURSES)

       init_color	       curs_color(3CURSES)

       init_pair	       curs_color(3CURSES)

       initscr		       curs_initscr(3CURSES)

       innstr		       curs_instr(3CURSES)

       innwstr		       curs_inwstr(3CURSES)

       insch		       curs_insch(3CURSES)

       insdelln		       curs_deleteln(3CURSES)

       insertln		       curs_deleteln(3CURSES)

       insnstr		       curs_insstr(3CURSES)

       insnwstr		       curs_inswstr(3CURSES)

       insstr		       curs_insstr(3CURSES)

       instr		       curs_instr(3CURSES)

       inswch		       curs_inswch(3CURSES)

       inswstr		       curs_inswstr(3CURSES)

       intrflush	       curs_inopts(3CURSES)

       inwch		       curs_inwch(3CURSES)

       inwchnstr	       curs_inwchstr(3CURSES)

       inwchstr		       curs_inwchstr(3CURSES)

       inwstr		       curs_inwstr(3CURSES)

       is_linetouched	       curs_touch(3CURSES)

       is_wintouched	       curs_touch(3CURSES)

       isendwin		       curs_initscr(3CURSES)

       keyname		       curs_util(3CURSES)

       keypad		       curs_inopts(3CURSES)

       killchar		       curs_termattrs(3CURSES)

       leaveok		       curs_outopts(3CURSES)

       longname		       curs_termattrs(3CURSES)

       meta		       curs_inopts(3CURSES)

       move		       curs_move(3CURSES)

       movenextch	       curs_alecompat(3CURSES)

       moveprevch	       curs_alecompat(3CURSES)

       mvaddch		       curs_addch(3CURSES)

       mvaddchnstr	       curs_addchstr(3CURSES)

       mvaddchstr	       curs_addchstr(3CURSES)

       mvaddnstr	       curs_addstr(3CURSES)

       mvaddnwstr	       curs_addwstr(3CURSES)

       mvaddstr		       curs_addstr(3CURSES)

       mvaddwch		       curs_addwch(3CURSES)

       mvaddwchnstr	       curs_addwchstr(3CURSES)

       mvaddwchstr	       curs_addwchstr(3CURSES)

       mvaddwstr	       curs_addwstr(3CURSES)

       mvcur		       curs_terminfo(3CURSES)

       mvdelch		       curs_delch(3CURSES)

       mvderwin		       curs_window(3CURSES)

       mvgetch		       curs_getch(3CURSES)

       mvgetnwstr	       curs_getwstr(3CURSES)

       mvgetstr		       curs_getstr(3CURSES)

       mvgetwch		       curs_getwch(3CURSES)

       mvgetwstr	       curs_getwstr(3CURSES)

       mvinch		       curs_inch(3CURSES)

       mvinchnstr	       curs_inchstr(3CURSES)

       mvinchstr	       curs_inchstr(3CURSES)

       mvinnstr		       curs_instr(3CURSES)

       mvinnwstr	       curs_inwstr(3CURSES)

       mvinsch		       curs_insch(3CURSES)

       mvinsnstr	       curs_insstr(3CURSES)

       mvinsnwstr	       curs_inswstr(3CURSES)

       mvinsstr		       curs_insstr(3CURSES)

       mvinstr		       curs_instr(3CURSES)

       mvinswch		       curs_inswch(3CURSES)

       mvinswstr	       curs_inswstr(3CURSES)

       mvinwch		       curs_inwch(3CURSES)

       mvinwchnstr	       curs_inwchstr(3CURSES)

       mvinwchstr	       curs_inwchstr(3CURSES)

       mvinwstr		       curs_inwstr(3CURSES)

       mvprintw		       curs_printw(3CURSES)

       mvscanw		       curs_scanw(3CURSES)

       mvwaddch		       curs_addch(3CURSES)

       mvwaddchnstr	       curs_addchstr(3CURSES)

       mvwaddchstr	       curs_addchstr(3CURSES)

       mvwaddnstr	       curs_addstr(3CURSES)

       mvwaddnwstr	       curs_addwstr(3CURSES)

       mvwaddstr	       curs_addstr(3CURSES)

       mvwaddwch	       curs_addwch(3CURSES)

       mvwaddwchnstr	       curs_addwchstr(3CURSES)

       mvwaddwchstr	       curs_addwchstr(3CURSES)

       mvwaddwstr	       curs_addwstr(3CURSES)

       mvwdelch		       curs_delch(3CURSES)

       mvwgetch		       curs_getch(3CURSES)

       mvwgetnwstr	       curs_getwstr(3CURSES)

       mvwgetstr	       curs_getstr(3CURSES)

       mvwgetwch	       curs_getwch(3CURSES)

       mvwgetwstr	       curs_getwstr(3CURSES)

       mvwin		       curs_window(3CURSES)

       mvwinch		       curs_inch(3CURSES)

       mvwinchnstr	       curs_inchstr(3CURSES)

       mvwinchstr	       curs_inchstr(3CURSES)

       mvwinnstr	       curs_instr(3CURSES)

       mvwinnwstr	       curs_inwstr(3CURSES)

       mvwinsch		       curs_insch(3CURSES)

       mvwinsnstr	       curs_insstr(3CURSES)

       mvwinsstr	       curs_insstr(3CURSES)

       mvwinstr		       curs_instr(3CURSES)

       mvwinswch	       curs_inswch(3CURSES)

       mvwinswstr	       curs_inswstr(3CURSES)

       mvwinwch		       curs_inwch(3CURSES)

       mvwinwchnstr	       curs_inwchstr(3CURSES)

       mvwinwchstr	       curs_inwchstr(3CURSES)

       mvwinwstr	       curs_inwstr(3CURSES)

       mvwprintw	       curs_printw(3CURSES)

       mvwscanw		       curs_scanw(3CURSES)

       napms		       curs_kernel(3CURSES)

       newpad		       curs_pad(3CURSES)

       newterm		       curs_initscr(3CURSES)

       newwin		       curs_window(3CURSES)

       nl		       curs_outopts(3CURSES)

       nocbreak		       curs_inopts(3CURSES)

       nodelay		       curs_inopts(3CURSES)

       noecho		       curs_inopts(3CURSES)

       nonl		       curs_outopts(3CURSES)

       noqiflush	       curs_inopts(3CURSES)

       noraw		       curs_inopts(3CURSES)

       notimeout	       curs_inopts(3CURSES)

       overlay		       curs_overlay(3CURSES)

       overwrite	       curs_overlay(3CURSES)

       pair_content	       curs_color(3CURSES)

       pechochar	       curs_pad(3CURSES)

       pechowchar	       curs_pad(3CURSES)

       pnoutrefresh	       curs_pad(3CURSES)

       prefresh		       curs_pad(3CURSES)

       printw		       curs_printw(3CURSES)

       putp		       curs_terminfo(3CURSES)

       putwin		       curs_util(3CURSES)

       qiflush		       curs_inopts(3CURSES)

       raw		       curs_inopts(3CURSES)

       redrawwin	       curs_refresh(3CURSES)

       refresh		       curs_refresh(3CURSES)

       reset_prog_mode	       curs_kernel(3CURSES)

       reset_shell_mode	       curs_kernel(3CURSES)

       resetty		       curs_kernel(3CURSES)

       restartterm	       curs_terminfo(3CURSES)

       ripoffline	       curs_kernel(3CURSES)

       savetty		       curs_kernel(3CURSES)

       scanw		       curs_scanw(3CURSES)

       scr_dump		       curs_scr_dump(3CURSES)

       scr_init		       curs_scr_dump(3CURSES)

       scr_restore	       curs_scr_dump(3CURSES)

       scr_set		       curs_scr_dump(3CURSES)

       scroll		       curs_scroll(3CURSES)

       scrollok		       curs_outopts(3CURSES)

       set_curterm	       curs_terminfo(3CURSES)

       set_term		       curs_initscr(3CURSES)

       setscrreg	       curs_outopts(3CURSES)

       setsyx		       curs_kernel(3CURSES)

       setterm		       curs_terminfo(3CURSES)

       setupterm	       curs_terminfo(3CURSES)

       slk_attroff	       curs_slk(3CURSES)

       slk_attron	       curs_slk(3CURSES)

       slk_attrset	       curs_slk(3CURSES)

       slk_clear	       curs_slk(3CURSES)

       slk_init		       curs_slk(3CURSES)

       slk_label	       curs_slk(3CURSES)

       slk_noutrefresh	       curs_slk(3CURSES)

       slk_refresh	       curs_slk(3CURSES)

       slk_restore	       curs_slk(3CURSES)

       slk_set		       curs_slk(3CURSES)

       slk_touch	       curs_slk(3CURSES)

       srcl		       curs_scroll(3CURSES)

       standend		       curs_attr(3CURSES)

       standout		       curs_attr(3CURSES)

       start_color	       curs_color(3CURSES)

       subpad		       curs_pad(3CURSES)

       subwin		       curs_window(3CURSES)

       syncok		       curs_window(3CURSES)

       termattrs	       curs_termattrs(3CURSES)

       termname		       curs_termattrs(3CURSES)

       tgetent		       curs_termcap(3CURSES)

       tgetflag		       curs_termcap(3CURSES)

       tgetnum		       curs_termcap(3CURSES)

       tgetstr		       curs_termcap(3CURSES)

       tgoto		       curs_termcap(3CURSES)

       tigetflag	       curs_terminfo(3CURSES)

       tigetnum		       curs_terminfo(3CURSES)

       tigetstr		       curs_terminfo(3CURSES)

       timeout		       curs_inopts(3CURSES)

       touchline	       curs_touch(3CURSES)

       touchwin		       curs_touch(3CURSES)

       tparm		       curs_terminfo(3CURSES)

       tputs		       curs_terminfo(3CURSES)

       typeahead	       curs_inopts(3CURSES)

       unctrl		       curs_util(3CURSES)

       ungetch		       curs_getch(3CURSES)

       ungetwch		       curs_getwch(3CURSES)

       untouchwin	       curs_touch(3CURSES)

       use_env		       curs_util(3CURSES)

       vidattr		       curs_terminfo(3CURSES)

       vidputs		       curs_terminfo(3CURSES)

       vwprintw		       curs_printw(3CURSES)

       vwscanw		       curs_scanw(3CURSES)

       waddch		       curs_addch(3CURSES)

       waddchnstr	       curs_addchstr(3CURSES)

       waddchstr	       curs_addchstr(3CURSES)

       waddnstr		       curs_addstr(3CURSES)

       waddnwstr	       curs_addwstr(3CURSES)

       waddstr		       curs_addstr(3CURSES)

       waddwch		       curs_addwch(3CURSES)

       waddwchnstr	       curs_addwchstr(3CURSES)

       waddwchstr	       curs_addwchstr(3CURSES)

       waddwstr		       curs_addwstr(3CURSES)

       wadjcurspos	       curs_alecompat(3CURSES)

       wattroff		       curs_attr(3CURSES)

       wattron		       curs_attr(3CURSES)

       wattrset		       curs_attr(3CURSES)

       wbkgd		       curs_bkgd(3CURSES)

       wbkgdset		       curs_bkgd(3CURSES)

       wborder		       curs_border(3CURSES)

       wclear		       curs_clear(3CURSES)

       wclrtobot	       curs_clear(3CURSES)

       wclrtoeol	       curs_clear(3CURSES)

       wcursyncup	       curs_window(3CURSES)

       wdelch		       curs_delch(3CURSES)

       wdeleteln	       curs_deleteln(3CURSES)

       wechochar	       curs_addch(3CURSES)

       wechowchar	       curs_addwch(3CURSES)

       werase		       curs_clear(3CURSES)

       wgetch		       curs_getch(3CURSES)

       wgetnstr		       curs_getstr(3CURSES)

       wgetnwstr	       curs_getwstr(3CURSES)

       wgetstr		       curs_getstr(3CURSES)

       wgetwch		       curs_getwch(3CURSES)

       wgetwstr		       curs_getwstr(3CURSES)

       whline		       curs_border(3CURSES)

       winch		       curs_inch(3CURSES)

       winchnstr	       curs_inchstr(3CURSES)

       winchstr		       curs_inchstr(3CURSES)

       winnstr		       curs_instr(3CURSES)

       winnwstr		       curs_inwstr(3CURSES)

       winsch		       curs_insch(3CURSES)

       winsdelln	       curs_deleteln(3CURSES)

       winsertln	       curs_deleteln(3CURSES)

       winsnstr		       curs_insstr(3CURSES)

       winsnwstr	       curs_inswstr(3CURSES)

       winsstr		       curs_insstr(3CURSES)

       winstr		       curs_instr(3CURSES)

       winswch		       curs_inswch(3CURSES)

       winswstr		       curs_inswstr(3CURSES)

       winwch		       curs_inwch(3CURSES)

       winwchnstr	       curs_inwchstr(3CURSES)

       winwchstr	       curs_inwchstr(3CURSES)

       winwstr		       curs_inwstr(3CURSES)

       wmove		       curs_move(3CURSES)

       wmovenextch	       curs_alecompat(3CURSES)

       wmoveprevch	       curs_alecompat(3CURSES)

       wnoutrefresh	       curs_refresh(3CURSES)

       wprintw		       curs_printw(3CURSES)

       wredrawln	       curs_refresh(3CURSES)

       wrefresh		       curs_refresh(3CURSES)

       wscanw		       curs_scanw(3CURSES)

       wscrl		       curs_scroll(3CURSES)

       wsetscrreg	       curs_outopts(3CURSES)

       wstandend	       curs_attr(3CURSES)

       wstandout	       curs_attr(3CURSES)

       wsyncdown	       curs_window(3CURSES)

       wsyncup		       curs_window(3CURSES)

       wtimeout		       curs_inopts(3CURSES)

       wtouchln		       curs_touch(3CURSES)

       wvline		       curs_border(3CURSES)

       Routines	 that return an	integer	return ERR upon	failure	and an integer
       value other than	ERR upon successful completion,	unless otherwise noted
       in the routine descriptions.

       All  macros  return  the	 value	of  the	w version, except setscrreg(),
       wsetscrreg(), getyx(), getbegyx(), and getmaxyx(). The return values of
       setscrreg(),  wsetscrreg(), getyx(), getbegyx(),	and getmaxyx() are un-
       defined (that is, these should not be used as the  right-hand  side  of
       assignment statements).

       Routines	that return pointers return NULL on error.

       See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:

       |      ATTRIBUTE	TYPE	     |	    ATTRIBUTE VALUE	   |
       |MT-Level		     |Unsafe			   |

       curses(3XCURSES),  libcurses(3LIB),  libcurses(3XCURSES),  terminfo(4),

       The header <curses.h> automatically includes the	headers	<stdio.h>  and

SunOS 5.10			  23 Oct 2001		       curses(3CURSES)


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