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 </PRE><H2><a name="h2-SYNOPSIS">SYNOPSIS</a></H2><PRE>
-       /usr/local/ncurses/lib/terminfo/*/*
+       /usr/share/terminfo/*/*
 
 
 </PRE><H2><a name="h2-DESCRIPTION">DESCRIPTION</a></H2><PRE>
        <EM>Terminfo</EM>  is  a data base describing terminals, used by screen-oriented
-       programs such as <STRONG>nvi(1)</STRONG>, <STRONG>rogue(1)</STRONG> and  libraries  such  as  <STRONG><A HREF="ncurses.3x.html">curses(3x)</A></STRONG>.
+       programs such as <STRONG>nvi(1)</STRONG>, <STRONG>lynx(1)</STRONG>, <STRONG>mutt(1)</STRONG>, and  other  curses  applica-
+       tions,  using  high-level calls to libraries such as <STRONG><A HREF="ncurses.3x.html">curses(3x)</A></STRONG>.  It is
+       also used via low-level calls by non-curses applications which  may  be
+       screen-oriented (such as <STRONG><A HREF="clear.1.html">clear(1)</A></STRONG>) or non-screen (such as <STRONG><A HREF="tabs.1.html">tabs(1)</A></STRONG>).
+
        <EM>Terminfo</EM> describes terminals by giving a set of capabilities which they
        have, by specifying how to perform screen operations, and by specifying
-       padding  requirements  and  initialization  sequences.   This describes
-       <STRONG>ncurses</STRONG> version 6.0 (patch 20170819).
+       padding requirements and initialization sequences.
+
+       This manual describes <STRONG>ncurses</STRONG> version 6.2 (patch 20200314).
 
 
 </PRE><H3><a name="h3-Terminfo-Entry-Syntax">Terminfo Entry Syntax</a></H3><PRE>
        Entries in <EM>terminfo</EM> consist of a sequence of fields:
 
-       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   Each field ends with a comma "," (embedded commas  may  be  escaped
+       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   Each  field  ends  with a comma "," (embedded commas may be escaped
            with a backslash or written as "\054").
 
        <STRONG>o</STRONG>   White space between fields is ignored.
 
        <STRONG>o</STRONG>   The first field in a <EM>terminfo</EM> entry begins in the first column.
 
-       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   Newlines  and  leading  whitespace (spaces or tabs) may be used for
-           formatting entries for readability.  These are removed from  parsed
+       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   Newlines and leading whitespace (spaces or tabs) may  be  used  for
+           formatting  entries for readability.  These are removed from parsed
            entries.
 
-           The  <STRONG>infocmp</STRONG>  <STRONG>-f</STRONG> and <STRONG>-W</STRONG> options rely on this to format if-then-else
-           expressions, or to enforce maximum line-width.  The resulting  for-
+           The <STRONG>infocmp</STRONG> <STRONG>-f</STRONG> and <STRONG>-W</STRONG> options rely on this to  format  if-then-else
+           expressions,  or to enforce maximum line-width.  The resulting for-
            matted terminal description can be read by <STRONG>tic</STRONG>.
 
-       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   The  first  field for each terminal gives the names which are known
+       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   The first field for each terminal gives the names which  are  known
            for the terminal, separated by "|" characters.
 
            The first name given is the most common abbreviation for the termi-
-           nal  (its  primary name), the last name given should be a long name
-           fully identifying the terminal (see <STRONG><A HREF="curs_termattrs.3x.html">longname(3x)</A></STRONG>), and  all  others
+           nal (its primary name), the last name given should be a  long  name
+           fully  identifying  the terminal (see <STRONG><A HREF="curs_termattrs.3x.html">longname(3x)</A></STRONG>), and all others
            are treated as synonyms (aliases) for the primary terminal name.
 
-           X/Open  Curses  advises  that  all  names but the last should be in
-           lower case and contain no blanks; the last name  may  well  contain
+           X/Open Curses advises that all names but  the  last  should  be  in
+           lower  case  and  contain no blanks; the last name may well contain
            upper case and blanks for readability.
 
-           This  implementation  is not so strict; it allows mixed case in the
+           This implementation is not so strict; it allows mixed case  in  the
            primary name and aliases.  If the last name has no embedded blanks,
-           it  allows  that  to  be both an alias and a verbose name (but will
+           it allows that to be both an alias and a  verbose  name  (but  will
            warn about this ambiguity).
 
-       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   Lines beginning with a "#" in the first column are treated as  com-
+       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   Lines  beginning with a "#" in the first column are treated as com-
            ments.
 
            While comment lines are legal at any point, the output of <STRONG>captoinfo</STRONG>
-           and <STRONG>infotocap</STRONG> (aliases for <STRONG>tic</STRONG>) will move comments  so  they  occur
+           and  <STRONG>infotocap</STRONG>  (aliases  for <STRONG>tic</STRONG>) will move comments so they occur
            only between entries.
 
-       Terminal  names  (except  for the last, verbose entry) should be chosen
+       Terminal names (except for the last, verbose entry)  should  be  chosen
        using the following conventions.  The particular piece of hardware mak-
-       ing  up the terminal should have a root name, thus "hp2621".  This name
+       ing up the terminal should have a root name, thus "hp2621".  This  name
        should not contain hyphens.  Modes that the hardware can be in, or user
-       preferences,  should be indicated by appending a hyphen and a mode suf-
-       fix.  Thus, a vt100 in 132 column mode would be vt100-w.  The following
+       preferences, should be indicated by appending a hyphen and a mode  suf-
+       fix.  Thus, a vt100 in 132-column mode would be vt100-w.  The following
        suffixes should be used where possible:
 
             <STRONG>Suffix</STRONG>                  <STRONG>Meaning</STRONG>                   <STRONG>Example</STRONG>
             -vb      Use visible bell instead of beep         wy370-vb
             -w       Wide mode (&gt; 80 columns, usually 132)    vt100-w
 
-       For more on terminal naming conventions, see the <STRONG>term(7)</STRONG> manual page.
+       For more on terminal naming conventions, see the <STRONG><A HREF="term.7.html">term(7)</A></STRONG> manual page.
 
 
 </PRE><H3><a name="h3-Terminfo-Capabilities-Syntax">Terminfo Capabilities Syntax</a></H3><PRE>
-       The  terminfo  entry  consists  of several <EM>capabilities</EM>, i.e., features
-       that the terminal has, or methods for exercising  the  terminal's  fea-
+       The terminfo entry consists of  several  <EM>capabilities</EM>,  i.e.,  features
+       that  the  terminal  has, or methods for exercising the terminal's fea-
        tures.
 
        After the first field (giving the name(s) of the terminal entry), there
        should be one or more <EM>capability</EM> fields.  These are boolean, numeric or
        string names with corresponding values:
 
-       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   Boolean  capabilities  are  true  when  present, false when absent.
+       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   Boolean capabilities are true  when  present,  false  when  absent.
            There is no explicit value for boolean capabilities.
 
-       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   Numeric capabilities  have  a  "#"  following  the  name,  then  an
+       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   Numeric  capabilities  have  a  "#"  following  the  name,  then an
            unsigned decimal integer value.
 
-       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   String  capabilities  have a "=" following the name, then an string
+       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   String capabilities have a "=" following the name, then  an  string
            of characters making up the capability value.
 
-           String capabilities can be split into multiple lines, just  as  the
-           fields  comprising  a  terminal  entry  can  be split into multiple
-           lines.  While blanks between fields are  ignored,  blanks  embedded
-           within  a string value are retained, except for leading blanks on a
+           String  capabilities  can be split into multiple lines, just as the
+           fields comprising a terminal  entry  can  be  split  into  multiple
+           lines.   While  blanks  between fields are ignored, blanks embedded
+           within a string value are retained, except for leading blanks on  a
            line.
 
-       Any capability can be <EM>canceled</EM>,  i.e.,  suppressed  from  the  terminal
+       Any  capability  can  be  <EM>canceled</EM>,  i.e., suppressed from the terminal
        entry, by following its name with "@" rather than a capability value.
 
 
 </PRE><H3><a name="h3-Similar-Terminals">Similar Terminals</a></H3><PRE>
-       If  there  are  two  very  similar  terminals, one (the variant) can be
-       defined as being just like the other (the  base)  with  certain  excep-
+       If there are two very similar  terminals,  one  (the  variant)  can  be
+       defined  as  being  just  like the other (the base) with certain excep-
        tions.  In the definition of the variant, the string capability <STRONG>use</STRONG> can
        be given with the name of the base terminal:
 
-       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   The capabilities given before <STRONG>use</STRONG> override those in the  base  type
+       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   The  capabilities  given before <STRONG>use</STRONG> override those in the base type
            named by <STRONG>use</STRONG>.
 
-       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   If  there are multiple <STRONG>use</STRONG> capabilities, they are merged in reverse
-           order.  That is, the rightmost <STRONG>use</STRONG> reference  is  processed  first,
+       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   If there are multiple <STRONG>use</STRONG> capabilities, they are merged in  reverse
+           order.   That  is,  the rightmost <STRONG>use</STRONG> reference is processed first,
            then the one to its left, and so forth.
 
-       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   Capabilities  given  explicitly in the entry override those brought
+       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   Capabilities given explicitly in the entry override  those  brought
            in by <STRONG>use</STRONG> references.
 
        A capability can be canceled by placing <STRONG>xx@</STRONG> to the left of the use ref-
-       erence  that  imports it, where <EM>xx</EM> is the capability.  For example, the
+       erence that imports it, where <EM>xx</EM> is the capability.  For  example,  the
        entry
 
               2621-nl, smkx@, rmkx@, use=2621,
 
        defines a 2621-nl that does not have the <STRONG>smkx</STRONG> or <STRONG>rmkx</STRONG> capabilities, and
-       hence  does  not  turn  on the function key labels when in visual mode.
-       This is useful for different modes for a  terminal,  or  for  different
+       hence does not turn on the function key labels  when  in  visual  mode.
+       This  is  useful  for  different modes for a terminal, or for different
        user preferences.
 
        An entry included via <STRONG>use</STRONG> can contain canceled capabilities, which have
-       the same effect as if those cancels were inline in the  using  terminal
+       the  same  effect as if those cancels were inline in the using terminal
        entry.
 
 
 </PRE><H3><a name="h3-Predefined-Capabilities">Predefined Capabilities</a></H3><PRE>
-       The  following  is  a  complete table of the capabilities included in a
-       terminfo description block and available to  terminfo-using  code.   In
+       The following is a complete table of the  capabilities  included  in  a
+       terminfo  description  block  and available to terminfo-using code.  In
        each line of the table,
 
-       The  <STRONG>variable</STRONG>  is  the  name  by  which the programmer (at the terminfo
+       The <STRONG>variable</STRONG> is the name by  which  the  programmer  (at  the  terminfo
        level) accesses the capability.
 
-       The <STRONG>capname</STRONG> is the short name used in the text of the database, and  is
-       used  by  a  person updating the database.  Whenever possible, capnames
+       The  <STRONG>capname</STRONG> is the short name used in the text of the database, and is
+       used by a person updating the database.   Whenever  possible,  capnames
        are chosen to be the same as or similar to the ANSI X3.64-1979 standard
-       (now  superseded  by  ECMA-48,  which  uses  identical  or very similar
-       names).  Semantics are also intended to match those of  the  specifica-
+       (now superseded by  ECMA-48,  which  uses  identical  or  very  similar
+       names).   Semantics  are also intended to match those of the specifica-
        tion.
 
-       The  termcap code is the old <STRONG>termcap</STRONG> capability name (some capabilities
+       The termcap code is the old <STRONG>termcap</STRONG> capability name (some  capabilities
        are new, and have names which termcap did not originate).
 
-       Capability names have no hard length limit, but an informal limit of  5
+       Capability  names have no hard length limit, but an informal limit of 5
        characters has been adopted to keep them short and to allow the tabs in
        the source file <STRONG>Caps</STRONG> to line up nicely.
 
-       Finally, the description field attempts to convey the semantics of  the
+       Finally,  the description field attempts to convey the semantics of the
        capability.  You may find some codes in the description field:
 
        (P)    indicates that padding may be specified
 
-       #[1-9] in  the  description  field  indicates that the string is passed
+       #[1-9] in the description field indicates that  the  string  is  passed
               through tparm with parms as given (#<EM>i</EM>).
 
-       (P*)   indicates that padding may vary in proportion to the  number  of
+       (P*)   indicates  that  padding may vary in proportion to the number of
               lines affected
 
        (#<EM>i</EM>)   indicates the <EM>i</EM>th parameter.
        These are the boolean capabilities:
 
 
-               <STRONG>Variable</STRONG>              <STRONG>Cap-</STRONG>       <STRONG>TCap</STRONG>          <STRONG>Description</STRONG>
-               <STRONG>Booleans</STRONG>              <STRONG>name</STRONG>       <STRONG>Code</STRONG>
-       auto_left_margin              bw         bw        cub1 wraps from col-
-                                                          umn 0 to last column
-       auto_right_margin             am         am        terminal has auto-
-                                                          matic margins
-       back_color_erase              bce        ut        screen erased with
-                                                          background color
-       can_change                    ccc        cc        terminal can re-
-                                                          define existing col-
-                                                          ors
-       ceol_standout_glitch          xhp        xs        standout not erased
-                                                          by overwriting (hp)
-       col_addr_glitch               xhpa       YA        only positive motion
-                                                          for hpa/mhpa caps
-
-       cpi_changes_res               cpix       YF        changing character
-                                                          pitch changes reso-
-                                                          lution
-       cr_cancels_micro_mode         crxm       YB        using cr turns off
-                                                          micro mode
-       dest_tabs_magic_smso          xt         xt        tabs destructive,
-                                                          magic so char
-                                                          (t1061)
-       eat_newline_glitch            xenl       xn        newline ignored
-                                                          after 80 cols (con-
-                                                          cept)
-       erase_overstrike              eo         eo        can erase over-
-                                                          strikes with a blank
-       generic_type                  gn         gn        generic line type
-       hard_copy                     hc         hc        hardcopy terminal
-       hard_cursor                   chts       HC        cursor is hard to
-                                                          see
-       has_meta_key                  km         km        Has a meta key
-                                                          (i.e., sets 8th-bit)
-       has_print_wheel               daisy      YC        printer needs opera-
-                                                          tor to change char-
-                                                          acter set
-       has_status_line               hs         hs        has extra status
-                                                          line
-       hue_lightness_saturation      hls        hl        terminal uses only
-                                                          HLS color notation
-                                                          (Tektronix)
-       insert_null_glitch            in         in        insert mode distin-
-                                                          guishes nulls
-       lpi_changes_res               lpix       YG        changing line pitch
-                                                          changes resolution
-       memory_above                  da         da        display may be
-                                                          retained above the
-                                                          screen
-       memory_below                  db         db        display may be
-                                                          retained below the
-                                                          screen
-       move_insert_mode              mir        mi        safe to move while
-                                                          in insert mode
-       move_standout_mode            msgr       ms        safe to move while
-                                                          in standout mode
-       needs_xon_xoff                nxon       nx        padding will not
-                                                          work, xon/xoff
-                                                          required
-       no_esc_ctlc                   xsb        xb        beehive (f1=escape,
-                                                          f2=ctrl C)
-       no_pad_char                   npc        NP        pad character does
-                                                          not exist
-       non_dest_scroll_region        ndscr      ND        scrolling region is
-                                                          non-destructive
-       non_rev_rmcup                 nrrmc      NR        smcup does not
-                                                          reverse rmcup
-       over_strike                   os         os        terminal can over-
-                                                          strike
-       prtr_silent                   mc5i       5i        printer will not
-                                                          echo on screen
-       row_addr_glitch               xvpa       YD        only positive motion
-                                                          for vpa/mvpa caps
-       semi_auto_right_margin        sam        YE        printing in last
-                                                          column causes cr
-       status_line_esc_ok            eslok      es        escape can be used
-                                                          on the status line
-       tilde_glitch                  hz         hz        cannot print ~'s
-                                                          (Hazeltine)
-
-
-       transparent_underline         ul         ul        underline character
-                                                          overstrikes
-       xon_xoff                      xon        xo        terminal uses
-                                                          xon/xoff handshaking
+                  <STRONG>Variable</STRONG>            <STRONG>Cap-</STRONG>      <STRONG>TCap</STRONG>       <STRONG>Description</STRONG>
+                  <STRONG>Booleans</STRONG>            <STRONG>name</STRONG>      <STRONG>Code</STRONG>
+          auto_left_margin            bw        bw     cub1 wraps from col-
+                                                       umn 0 to last column
+          auto_right_margin           am        am     terminal has auto-
+                                                       matic margins
+          back_color_erase            bce       ut     screen erased with
+                                                       background color
+
+
+
+          can_change                  ccc       cc     terminal can re-
+                                                       define existing col-
+                                                       ors
+          ceol_standout_glitch        xhp       xs     standout not erased
+                                                       by overwriting (hp)
+          col_addr_glitch             xhpa      YA     only positive motion
+                                                       for hpa/mhpa caps
+          cpi_changes_res             cpix      YF     changing character
+                                                       pitch changes reso-
+                                                       lution
+          cr_cancels_micro_mode       crxm      YB     using cr turns off
+                                                       micro mode
+          dest_tabs_magic_smso        xt        xt     tabs destructive,
+                                                       magic so char
+                                                       (t1061)
+          eat_newline_glitch          xenl      xn     newline ignored
+                                                       after 80 cols (con-
+                                                       cept)
+          erase_overstrike            eo        eo     can erase over-
+                                                       strikes with a blank
+          generic_type                gn        gn     generic line type
+          hard_copy                   hc        hc     hardcopy terminal
+          hard_cursor                 chts      HC     cursor is hard to
+                                                       see
+          has_meta_key                km        km     Has a meta key
+                                                       (i.e., sets 8th-bit)
+          has_print_wheel             daisy     YC     printer needs opera-
+                                                       tor to change char-
+                                                       acter set
+          has_status_line             hs        hs     has extra status
+                                                       line
+          hue_lightness_saturation    hls       hl     terminal uses only
+                                                       HLS color notation
+                                                       (Tektronix)
+          insert_null_glitch          in        in     insert mode distin-
+                                                       guishes nulls
+          lpi_changes_res             lpix      YG     changing line pitch
+                                                       changes resolution
+          memory_above                da        da     display may be
+                                                       retained above the
+                                                       screen
+          memory_below                db        db     display may be
+                                                       retained below the
+                                                       screen
+          move_insert_mode            mir       mi     safe to move while
+                                                       in insert mode
+          move_standout_mode          msgr      ms     safe to move while
+                                                       in standout mode
+          needs_xon_xoff              nxon      nx     padding will not
+                                                       work, xon/xoff
+                                                       required
+          no_esc_ctlc                 xsb       xb     beehive (f1=escape,
+                                                       f2=ctrl C)
+          no_pad_char                 npc       NP     pad character does
+                                                       not exist
+          non_dest_scroll_region      ndscr     ND     scrolling region is
+                                                       non-destructive
+          non_rev_rmcup               nrrmc     NR     smcup does not
+                                                       reverse rmcup
+          over_strike                 os        os     terminal can over-
+                                                       strike
+          prtr_silent                 mc5i      5i     printer will not
+                                                       echo on screen
+          row_addr_glitch             xvpa      YD     only positive motion
+                                                       for vpa/mvpa caps
+
+          semi_auto_right_margin      sam       YE     printing in last
+                                                       column causes cr
+          status_line_esc_ok          eslok     es     escape can be used
+                                                       on the status line
+          tilde_glitch                hz        hz     cannot print ~'s
+                                                       (Hazeltine)
+          transparent_underline       ul        ul     underline character
+                                                       overstrikes
+          xon_xoff                    xon       xo     terminal uses
+                                                       xon/xoff handshaking
 
        These are the numeric capabilities:
 
 
-               <STRONG>Variable</STRONG>              <STRONG>Cap-</STRONG>       <STRONG>TCap</STRONG>          <STRONG>Description</STRONG>
-                <STRONG>Numeric</STRONG>              <STRONG>name</STRONG>       <STRONG>Code</STRONG>
-       columns                       cols       co        number of columns in
-                                                          a line
-       init_tabs                     it         it        tabs initially every
-                                                          # spaces
-       label_height                  lh         lh        rows in each label
-       label_width                   lw         lw        columns in each
-                                                          label
-       lines                         lines      li        number of lines on
-                                                          screen or page
-       lines_of_memory               lm         lm        lines of memory if &gt;
-                                                          line. 0 means varies
-       magic_cookie_glitch           xmc        sg        number of blank
-                                                          characters left by
-                                                          smso or rmso
-       max_attributes                ma         ma        maximum combined
-                                                          attributes terminal
-                                                          can handle
-       max_colors                    colors     Co        maximum number of
-                                                          colors on screen
-       max_pairs                     pairs      pa        maximum number of
-                                                          color-pairs on the
-                                                          screen
-       maximum_windows               wnum       MW        maximum number of
-                                                          definable windows
-       no_color_video                ncv        NC        video attributes
-                                                          that cannot be used
-                                                          with colors
-       num_labels                    nlab       Nl        number of labels on
-                                                          screen
-       padding_baud_rate             pb         pb        lowest baud rate
-                                                          where padding needed
-       virtual_terminal              vt         vt        virtual terminal
-                                                          number (CB/unix)
-       width_status_line             wsl        ws        number of columns in
-                                                          status line
-
-       The following numeric capabilities  are  present  in  the  SVr4.0  term
-       structure,  but  are  not yet documented in the man page.  They came in
+                  <STRONG>Variable</STRONG>            <STRONG>Cap-</STRONG>      <STRONG>TCap</STRONG>       <STRONG>Description</STRONG>
+                   <STRONG>Numeric</STRONG>            <STRONG>name</STRONG>      <STRONG>Code</STRONG>
+          columns                     cols      co     number of columns in
+                                                       a line
+          init_tabs                   it        it     tabs initially every
+                                                       # spaces
+          label_height                lh        lh     rows in each label
+          label_width                 lw        lw     columns in each
+                                                       label
+          lines                       lines     li     number of lines on
+                                                       screen or page
+          lines_of_memory             lm        lm     lines of memory if &gt;
+                                                       line. 0 means varies
+          magic_cookie_glitch         xmc       sg     number of blank
+                                                       characters left by
+                                                       smso or rmso
+          max_attributes              ma        ma     maximum combined
+                                                       attributes terminal
+                                                       can handle
+          max_colors                  colors    Co     maximum number of
+                                                       colors on screen
+          max_pairs                   pairs     pa     maximum number of
+                                                       color-pairs on the
+                                                       screen
+          maximum_windows             wnum      MW     maximum number of
+                                                       definable windows
+          no_color_video              ncv       NC     video attributes
+                                                       that cannot be used
+                                                       with colors
+          num_labels                  nlab      Nl     number of labels on
+                                                       screen
+          padding_baud_rate           pb        pb     lowest baud rate
+                                                       where padding needed
+          virtual_terminal            vt        vt     virtual terminal
+                                                       number (CB/unix)
+          width_status_line           wsl       ws     number of columns in
+                                                       status line
+
+       The  following  numeric  capabilities  are  present  in the SVr4.0 term
+       structure, but are not yet documented in the man page.   They  came  in
        with SVr4's printer support.
 
 
-               <STRONG>Variable</STRONG>              <STRONG>Cap-</STRONG>       <STRONG>TCap</STRONG>          <STRONG>Description</STRONG>
-                <STRONG>Numeric</STRONG>              <STRONG>name</STRONG>       <STRONG>Code</STRONG>
-       bit_image_entwining           bitwin     Yo        number of passes for
-                                                          each bit-image row
-       bit_image_type                bitype     Yp        type of bit-image
-                                                          device
-       buffer_capacity               bufsz      Ya        numbers of bytes
-                                                          buffered before
-                                                          printing
-       buttons                       btns       BT        number of buttons on
-                                                          mouse
-       dot_horz_spacing              spinh      Yc        spacing of dots hor-
-                                                          izontally in dots
-                                                          per inch
-
-       dot_vert_spacing              spinv      Yb        spacing of pins ver-
-                                                          tically in pins per
-                                                          inch
-       max_micro_address             maddr      Yd        maximum value in
-                                                          micro_..._address
-       max_micro_jump                mjump      Ye        maximum value in
-                                                          parm_..._micro
-       micro_col_size                mcs        Yf        character step size
-                                                          when in micro mode
-       micro_line_size               mls        Yg        line step size when
-                                                          in micro mode
-       number_of_pins                npins      Yh        numbers of pins in
-                                                          print-head
-       output_res_char               orc        Yi        horizontal resolu-
-                                                          tion in units per
-                                                          line
-       output_res_horz_inch          orhi       Yk        horizontal resolu-
-                                                          tion in units per
-                                                          inch
-       output_res_line               orl        Yj        vertical resolution
-                                                          in units per line
-       output_res_vert_inch          orvi       Yl        vertical resolution
-                                                          in units per inch
-       print_rate                    cps        Ym        print rate in char-
-                                                          acters per second
-       wide_char_size                widcs      Yn        character step size
-                                                          when in double wide
-                                                          mode
+                  <STRONG>Variable</STRONG>            <STRONG>Cap-</STRONG>      <STRONG>TCap</STRONG>       <STRONG>Description</STRONG>
+                   <STRONG>Numeric</STRONG>            <STRONG>name</STRONG>      <STRONG>Code</STRONG>
+          bit_image_entwining         bitwin    Yo     number of passes for
+                                                       each bit-image row
+          bit_image_type              bitype    Yp     type of bit-image
+                                                       device
+
+
+
+          buffer_capacity             bufsz     Ya     numbers of bytes
+                                                       buffered before
+                                                       printing
+          buttons                     btns      BT     number of buttons on
+                                                       mouse
+          dot_horz_spacing            spinh     Yc     spacing of dots hor-
+                                                       izontally in dots
+                                                       per inch
+          dot_vert_spacing            spinv     Yb     spacing of pins ver-
+                                                       tically in pins per
+                                                       inch
+          max_micro_address           maddr     Yd     maximum value in
+                                                       micro_..._address
+          max_micro_jump              mjump     Ye     maximum value in
+                                                       parm_..._micro
+          micro_col_size              mcs       Yf     character step size
+                                                       when in micro mode
+          micro_line_size             mls       Yg     line step size when
+                                                       in micro mode
+          number_of_pins              npins     Yh     numbers of pins in
+                                                       print-head
+          output_res_char             orc       Yi     horizontal resolu-
+                                                       tion in units per
+                                                       line
+          output_res_horz_inch        orhi      Yk     horizontal resolu-
+                                                       tion in units per
+                                                       inch
+          output_res_line             orl       Yj     vertical resolution
+                                                       in units per line
+          output_res_vert_inch        orvi      Yl     vertical resolution
+                                                       in units per inch
+          print_rate                  cps       Ym     print rate in char-
+                                                       acters per second
+          wide_char_size              widcs     Yn     character step size
+                                                       when in double wide
+                                                       mode
 
        These are the string capabilities:
 
 
-               <STRONG>Variable</STRONG>              <STRONG>Cap-</STRONG>       <STRONG>TCap</STRONG>          <STRONG>Description</STRONG>
-                <STRONG>String</STRONG>               <STRONG>name</STRONG>       <STRONG>Code</STRONG>
-       acs_chars                     acsc       ac        graphics charset
-                                                          pairs, based on
-                                                          vt100
-       back_tab                      cbt        bt        back tab (P)
-       bell                          bel        bl        audible signal
-                                                          (bell) (P)
-       carriage_return               cr         cr        carriage return (P*)
-                                                          (P*)
-       change_char_pitch             cpi        ZA        Change number of
-                                                          characters per inch
-                                                          to #1
-       change_line_pitch             lpi        ZB        Change number of
-                                                          lines per inch to #1
-       change_res_horz               chr        ZC        Change horizontal
-                                                          resolution to #1
-       change_res_vert               cvr        ZD        Change vertical res-
-                                                          olution to #1
-       change_scroll_region          csr        cs        change region to
-                                                          line #1 to line #2
-                                                          (P)
-       char_padding                  rmp        rP        like ip but when in
-                                                          insert mode
-       clear_all_tabs                tbc        ct        clear all tab stops
-                                                          (P)
-       clear_margins                 mgc        MC        clear right and left
-                                                          soft margins
-       clear_screen                  clear      cl        clear screen and
-                                                          home cursor (P*)
-       clr_bol                       el1        cb        Clear to beginning
-                                                          of line
-
-
-       clr_eol                       el         ce        clear to end of line
-                                                          (P)
-       clr_eos                       ed         cd        clear to end of
-                                                          screen (P*)
-       column_address                hpa        ch        horizontal position
-                                                          #1, absolute (P)
-       command_character             cmdch      CC        terminal settable
-                                                          cmd character in
-                                                          prototype !?
-       create_window                 cwin       CW        define a window #1
-                                                          from #2,#3 to #4,#5
-       cursor_address                cup        cm        move to row #1 col-
-                                                          umns #2
-       cursor_down                   cud1       do        down one line
-       cursor_home                   home       ho        home cursor (if no
-                                                          cup)
-       cursor_invisible              civis      vi        make cursor invisi-
-                                                          ble
-       cursor_left                   cub1       le        move left one space
-       cursor_mem_address            mrcup      CM        memory relative cur-
-                                                          sor addressing, move
-                                                          to row #1 columns #2
-       cursor_normal                 cnorm      ve        make cursor appear
-                                                          normal (undo
-                                                          civis/cvvis)
-       cursor_right                  cuf1       nd        non-destructive
-                                                          space (move right
-                                                          one space)
-       cursor_to_ll                  ll         ll        last line, first
-                                                          column (if no cup)
-       cursor_up                     cuu1       up        up one line
-       cursor_visible                cvvis      vs        make cursor very
-                                                          visible
-       define_char                   defc       ZE        Define a character
-                                                          #1, #2 dots wide,
-                                                          descender #3
-       delete_character              dch1       dc        delete character
-                                                          (P*)
-       delete_line                   dl1        dl        delete line (P*)
-       dial_phone                    dial       DI        dial number #1
-       dis_status_line               dsl        ds        disable status line
-       display_clock                 dclk       DK        display clock
-       down_half_line                hd         hd        half a line down
-       ena_acs                       enacs      eA        enable alternate
-                                                          char set
-       enter_alt_charset_mode        smacs      as        start alternate
-                                                          character set (P)
-       enter_am_mode                 smam       SA        turn on automatic
-                                                          margins
-       enter_blink_mode              blink      mb        turn on blinking
-       enter_bold_mode               bold       md        turn on bold (extra
-                                                          bright) mode
-       enter_ca_mode                 smcup      ti        string to start pro-
-                                                          grams using cup
-       enter_delete_mode             smdc       dm        enter delete mode
-       enter_dim_mode                dim        mh        turn on half-bright
-                                                          mode
-       enter_doublewide_mode         swidm      ZF        Enter double-wide
-                                                          mode
-       enter_draft_quality           sdrfq      ZG        Enter draft-quality
-                                                          mode
-       enter_insert_mode             smir       im        enter insert mode
-       enter_italics_mode            sitm       ZH        Enter italic mode
-       enter_leftward_mode           slm        ZI        Start leftward car-
-                                                          riage motion
-
-       enter_micro_mode              smicm      ZJ        Start micro-motion
-                                                          mode
-       enter_near_letter_quality     snlq       ZK        Enter NLQ mode
-       enter_normal_quality          snrmq      ZL        Enter normal-quality
-                                                          mode
-       enter_protected_mode          prot       mp        turn on protected
-                                                          mode
-       enter_reverse_mode            rev        mr        turn on reverse
-                                                          video mode
-       enter_secure_mode             invis      mk        turn on blank mode
-                                                          (characters invisi-
-                                                          ble)
-       enter_shadow_mode             sshm       ZM        Enter shadow-print
-                                                          mode
-       enter_standout_mode           smso       so        begin standout mode
-       enter_subscript_mode          ssubm      ZN        Enter subscript mode
-       enter_superscript_mode        ssupm      ZO        Enter superscript
-                                                          mode
-       enter_underline_mode          smul       us        begin underline mode
-       enter_upward_mode             sum        ZP        Start upward car-
-                                                          riage motion
-       enter_xon_mode                smxon      SX        turn on xon/xoff
-                                                          handshaking
-       erase_chars                   ech        ec        erase #1 characters
-                                                          (P)
-       exit_alt_charset_mode         rmacs      ae        end alternate char-
-                                                          acter set (P)
-       exit_am_mode                  rmam       RA        turn off automatic
-                                                          margins
-       exit_attribute_mode           sgr0       me        turn off all
-                                                          attributes
-       exit_ca_mode                  rmcup      te        strings to end pro-
-                                                          grams using cup
-       exit_delete_mode              rmdc       ed        end delete mode
-       exit_doublewide_mode          rwidm      ZQ        End double-wide mode
-       exit_insert_mode              rmir       ei        exit insert mode
-       exit_italics_mode             ritm       ZR        End italic mode
-       exit_leftward_mode            rlm        ZS        End left-motion mode
-       exit_micro_mode               rmicm      ZT        End micro-motion
-                                                          mode
-       exit_shadow_mode              rshm       ZU        End shadow-print
-                                                          mode
-       exit_standout_mode            rmso       se        exit standout mode
-       exit_subscript_mode           rsubm      ZV        End subscript mode
-       exit_superscript_mode         rsupm      ZW        End superscript mode
-       exit_underline_mode           rmul       ue        exit underline mode
-       exit_upward_mode              rum        ZX        End reverse charac-
-                                                          ter motion
-       exit_xon_mode                 rmxon      RX        turn off xon/xoff
-                                                          handshaking
-       fixed_pause                   pause      PA        pause for 2-3 sec-
-                                                          onds
-       flash_hook                    hook       fh        flash switch hook
-       flash_screen                  flash      vb        visible bell (may
-                                                          not move cursor)
-       form_feed                     ff         ff        hardcopy terminal
-                                                          page eject (P*)
-       from_status_line              fsl        fs        return from status
-                                                          line
-       goto_window                   wingo      WG        go to window #1
-       hangup                        hup        HU        hang-up phone
-       init_1string                  is1        i1        initialization
-                                                          string
-       init_2string                  is2        is        initialization
-                                                          string
-
-       init_3string                  is3        i3        initialization
-                                                          string
-       init_file                     if         if        name of initializa-
-                                                          tion file
-       init_prog                     iprog      iP        path name of program
-                                                          for initialization
-       initialize_color              initc      Ic        initialize color #1
-                                                          to (#2,#3,#4)
-       initialize_pair               initp      Ip        Initialize color
-                                                          pair #1 to
-                                                          fg=(#2,#3,#4),
-                                                          bg=(#5,#6,#7)
-       insert_character              ich1       ic        insert character (P)
-       insert_line                   il1        al        insert line (P*)
-       insert_padding                ip         ip        insert padding after
-                                                          inserted character
-       key_a1                        ka1        K1        upper left of keypad
-       key_a3                        ka3        K3        upper right of key-
-                                                          pad
-       key_b2                        kb2        K2        center of keypad
-       key_backspace                 kbs        kb        backspace key
-       key_beg                       kbeg       @1        begin key
-       key_btab                      kcbt       kB        back-tab key
-       key_c1                        kc1        K4        lower left of keypad
-       key_c3                        kc3        K5        lower right of key-
-                                                          pad
-       key_cancel                    kcan       @2        cancel key
-       key_catab                     ktbc       ka        clear-all-tabs key
-       key_clear                     kclr       kC        clear-screen or
-                                                          erase key
-       key_close                     kclo       @3        close key
-       key_command                   kcmd       @4        command key
-       key_copy                      kcpy       @5        copy key
-       key_create                    kcrt       @6        create key
-       key_ctab                      kctab      kt        clear-tab key
-       key_dc                        kdch1      kD        delete-character key
-       key_dl                        kdl1       kL        delete-line key
-       key_down                      kcud1      kd        down-arrow key
-       key_eic                       krmir      kM        sent by rmir or smir
-                                                          in insert mode
-       key_end                       kend       @7        end key
-       key_enter                     kent       @8        enter/send key
-       key_eol                       kel        kE        clear-to-end-of-line
-                                                          key
-       key_eos                       ked        kS        clear-to-end-of-
-                                                          screen key
-       key_exit                      kext       @9        exit key
-       key_f0                        kf0        k0        F0 function key
-       key_f1                        kf1        k1        F1 function key
-       key_f10                       kf10       k;        F10 function key
-       key_f11                       kf11       F1        F11 function key
-       key_f12                       kf12       F2        F12 function key
-       key_f13                       kf13       F3        F13 function key
-       key_f14                       kf14       F4        F14 function key
-       key_f15                       kf15       F5        F15 function key
-       key_f16                       kf16       F6        F16 function key
-       key_f17                       kf17       F7        F17 function key
-       key_f18                       kf18       F8        F18 function key
-       key_f19                       kf19       F9        F19 function key
-       key_f2                        kf2        k2        F2 function key
-       key_f20                       kf20       FA        F20 function key
-       key_f21                       kf21       FB        F21 function key
-       key_f22                       kf22       FC        F22 function key
-       key_f23                       kf23       FD        F23 function key
-       key_f24                       kf24       FE        F24 function key
-
-       key_f25                       kf25       FF        F25 function key
-       key_f26                       kf26       FG        F26 function key
-       key_f27                       kf27       FH        F27 function key
-       key_f28                       kf28       FI        F28 function key
-       key_f29                       kf29       FJ        F29 function key
-       key_f3                        kf3        k3        F3 function key
-       key_f30                       kf30       FK        F30 function key
-       key_f31                       kf31       FL        F31 function key
-       key_f32                       kf32       FM        F32 function key
-       key_f33                       kf33       FN        F33 function key
-       key_f34                       kf34       FO        F34 function key
-       key_f35                       kf35       FP        F35 function key
-       key_f36                       kf36       FQ        F36 function key
-       key_f37                       kf37       FR        F37 function key
-       key_f38                       kf38       FS        F38 function key
-       key_f39                       kf39       FT        F39 function key
-       key_f4                        kf4        k4        F4 function key
-       key_f40                       kf40       FU        F40 function key
-       key_f41                       kf41       FV        F41 function key
-       key_f42                       kf42       FW        F42 function key
-       key_f43                       kf43       FX        F43 function key
-       key_f44                       kf44       FY        F44 function key
-       key_f45                       kf45       FZ        F45 function key
-       key_f46                       kf46       Fa        F46 function key
-       key_f47                       kf47       Fb        F47 function key
-       key_f48                       kf48       Fc        F48 function key
-       key_f49                       kf49       Fd        F49 function key
-       key_f5                        kf5        k5        F5 function key
-       key_f50                       kf50       Fe        F50 function key
-       key_f51                       kf51       Ff        F51 function key
-       key_f52                       kf52       Fg        F52 function key
-       key_f53                       kf53       Fh        F53 function key
-       key_f54                       kf54       Fi        F54 function key
-       key_f55                       kf55       Fj        F55 function key
-       key_f56                       kf56       Fk        F56 function key
-       key_f57                       kf57       Fl        F57 function key
-       key_f58                       kf58       Fm        F58 function key
-       key_f59                       kf59       Fn        F59 function key
-       key_f6                        kf6        k6        F6 function key
-       key_f60                       kf60       Fo        F60 function key
-       key_f61                       kf61       Fp        F61 function key
-       key_f62                       kf62       Fq        F62 function key
-       key_f63                       kf63       Fr        F63 function key
-       key_f7                        kf7        k7        F7 function key
-       key_f8                        kf8        k8        F8 function key
-       key_f9                        kf9        k9        F9 function key
-       key_find                      kfnd       @0        find key
-       key_help                      khlp       %1        help key
-       key_home                      khome      kh        home key
-       key_ic                        kich1      kI        insert-character key
-       key_il                        kil1       kA        insert-line key
-       key_left                      kcub1      kl        left-arrow key
-       key_ll                        kll        kH        lower-left key (home
-                                                          down)
-       key_mark                      kmrk       %2        mark key
-       key_message                   kmsg       %3        message key
-       key_move                      kmov       %4        move key
-       key_next                      knxt       %5        next key
-       key_npage                     knp        kN        next-page key
-       key_open                      kopn       %6        open key
-       key_options                   kopt       %7        options key
-       key_ppage                     kpp        kP        previous-page key
-       key_previous                  kprv       %8        previous key
-       key_print                     kprt       %9        print key
-       key_redo                      krdo       %0        redo key
-
-       key_reference                 kref       &amp;1        reference key
-       key_refresh                   krfr       &amp;2        refresh key
-       key_replace                   krpl       &amp;3        replace key
-       key_restart                   krst       &amp;4        restart key
-       key_resume                    kres       &amp;5        resume key
-       key_right                     kcuf1      kr        right-arrow key
-       key_save                      ksav       &amp;6        save key
-       key_sbeg                      kBEG       &amp;9        shifted begin key
-       key_scancel                   kCAN       &amp;0        shifted cancel key
-       key_scommand                  kCMD       *1        shifted command key
-       key_scopy                     kCPY       *2        shifted copy key
-       key_screate                   kCRT       *3        shifted create key
-       key_sdc                       kDC        *4        shifted delete-char-
-                                                          acter key
-       key_sdl                       kDL        *5        shifted delete-line
-                                                          key
-       key_select                    kslt       *6        select key
-       key_send                      kEND       *7        shifted end key
-       key_seol                      kEOL       *8        shifted clear-to-
-                                                          end-of-line key
-       key_sexit                     kEXT       *9        shifted exit key
-       key_sf                        kind       kF        scroll-forward key
-       key_sfind                     kFND       *0        shifted find key
-       key_shelp                     kHLP       #1        shifted help key
-       key_shome                     kHOM       #2        shifted home key
-       key_sic                       kIC        #3        shifted insert-char-
-                                                          acter key
-       key_sleft                     kLFT       #4        shifted left-arrow
-                                                          key
-       key_smessage                  kMSG       %a        shifted message key
-       key_smove                     kMOV       %b        shifted move key
-       key_snext                     kNXT       %c        shifted next key
-       key_soptions                  kOPT       %d        shifted options key
-       key_sprevious                 kPRV       %e        shifted previous key
-       key_sprint                    kPRT       %f        shifted print key
-       key_sr                        kri        kR        scroll-backward key
-       key_sredo                     kRDO       %g        shifted redo key
-       key_sreplace                  kRPL       %h        shifted replace key
-       key_sright                    kRIT       %i        shifted right-arrow
-                                                          key
-       key_srsume                    kRES       %j        shifted resume key
-       key_ssave                     kSAV       !1        shifted save key
-       key_ssuspend                  kSPD       !2        shifted suspend key
-       key_stab                      khts       kT        set-tab key
-       key_sundo                     kUND       !3        shifted undo key
-       key_suspend                   kspd       &amp;7        suspend key
-       key_undo                      kund       &amp;8        undo key
-       key_up                        kcuu1      ku        up-arrow key
-       keypad_local                  rmkx       ke        leave 'key-
-                                                          board_transmit' mode
-       keypad_xmit                   smkx       ks        enter 'key-
-                                                          board_transmit' mode
-       lab_f0                        lf0        l0        label on function
-                                                          key f0 if not f0
-       lab_f1                        lf1        l1        label on function
-                                                          key f1 if not f1
-       lab_f10                       lf10       la        label on function
-                                                          key f10 if not f10
-       lab_f2                        lf2        l2        label on function
-                                                          key f2 if not f2
-       lab_f3                        lf3        l3        label on function
-                                                          key f3 if not f3
-       lab_f4                        lf4        l4        label on function
-                                                          key f4 if not f4
-
-
-       lab_f5                        lf5        l5        label on function
-                                                          key f5 if not f5
-       lab_f6                        lf6        l6        label on function
-                                                          key f6 if not f6
-       lab_f7                        lf7        l7        label on function
-                                                          key f7 if not f7
-       lab_f8                        lf8        l8        label on function
-                                                          key f8 if not f8
-       lab_f9                        lf9        l9        label on function
-                                                          key f9 if not f9
-       label_format                  fln        Lf        label format
-       label_off                     rmln       LF        turn off soft labels
-       label_on                      smln       LO        turn on soft labels
-       meta_off                      rmm        mo        turn off meta mode
-       meta_on                       smm        mm        turn on meta mode
-                                                          (8th-bit on)
-       micro_column_address          mhpa       ZY        Like column_address
-                                                          in micro mode
-       micro_down                    mcud1      ZZ        Like cursor_down in
-                                                          micro mode
-       micro_left                    mcub1      Za        Like cursor_left in
-                                                          micro mode
-       micro_right                   mcuf1      Zb        Like cursor_right in
-                                                          micro mode
-       micro_row_address             mvpa       Zc        Like row_address #1
-                                                          in micro mode
-       micro_up                      mcuu1      Zd        Like cursor_up in
-                                                          micro mode
-       newline                       nel        nw        newline (behave like
-                                                          cr followed by lf)
-       order_of_pins                 porder     Ze        Match software bits
-                                                          to print-head pins
-       orig_colors                   oc         oc        Set all color pairs
-                                                          to the original ones
-       orig_pair                     op         op        Set default pair to
-                                                          its original value
-       pad_char                      pad        pc        padding char
-                                                          (instead of null)
-       parm_dch                      dch        DC        delete #1 characters
-                                                          (P*)
-       parm_delete_line              dl         DL        delete #1 lines (P*)
-       parm_down_cursor              cud        DO        down #1 lines (P*)
-       parm_down_micro               mcud       Zf        Like parm_down_cur-
-                                                          sor in micro mode
-       parm_ich                      ich        IC        insert #1 characters
-                                                          (P*)
-       parm_index                    indn       SF        scroll forward #1
-                                                          lines (P)
-       parm_insert_line              il         AL        insert #1 lines (P*)
-       parm_left_cursor              cub        LE        move #1 characters
-                                                          to the left (P)
-       parm_left_micro               mcub       Zg        Like parm_left_cur-
-                                                          sor in micro mode
-       parm_right_cursor             cuf        RI        move #1 characters
-                                                          to the right (P*)
-       parm_right_micro              mcuf       Zh        Like parm_right_cur-
-                                                          sor in micro mode
-       parm_rindex                   rin        SR        scroll back #1 lines
-                                                          (P)
-       parm_up_cursor                cuu        UP        up #1 lines (P*)
-       parm_up_micro                 mcuu       Zi        Like parm_up_cursor
-                                                          in micro mode
-       pkey_key                      pfkey      pk        program function key
-                                                          #1 to type string #2
-
-
-       pkey_local                    pfloc      pl        program function key
-                                                          #1 to execute string
-                                                          #2
-       pkey_xmit                     pfx        px        program function key
-                                                          #1 to transmit
-                                                          string #2
-       plab_norm                     pln        pn        program label #1 to
-                                                          show string #2
-       print_screen                  mc0        ps        print contents of
-                                                          screen
-       prtr_non                      mc5p       pO        turn on printer for
-                                                          #1 bytes
-       prtr_off                      mc4        pf        turn off printer
-       prtr_on                       mc5        po        turn on printer
-       pulse                         pulse      PU        select pulse dialing
-       quick_dial                    qdial      QD        dial number #1 with-
-                                                          out checking
-       remove_clock                  rmclk      RC        remove clock
-       repeat_char                   rep        rp        repeat char #1 #2
-                                                          times (P*)
-       req_for_input                 rfi        RF        send next input char
-                                                          (for ptys)
-       reset_1string                 rs1        r1        reset string
-       reset_2string                 rs2        r2        reset string
-       reset_3string                 rs3        r3        reset string
-       reset_file                    rf         rf        name of reset file
-       restore_cursor                rc         rc        restore cursor to
-                                                          position of last
-                                                          save_cursor
-       row_address                   vpa        cv        vertical position #1
-                                                          absolute (P)
-       save_cursor                   sc         sc        save current cursor
-                                                          position (P)
-       scroll_forward                ind        sf        scroll text up (P)
-       scroll_reverse                ri         sr        scroll text down (P)
-       select_char_set               scs        Zj        Select character
-                                                          set, #1
-       set_attributes                sgr        sa        define video
-                                                          attributes #1-#9
-                                                          (PG9)
-       set_background                setb       Sb        Set background color
-                                                          #1
-       set_bottom_margin             smgb       Zk        Set bottom margin at
-                                                          current line
-       set_bottom_margin_parm        smgbp      Zl        Set bottom margin at
-                                                          line #1 or (if smgtp
-                                                          is not given) #2
-                                                          lines from bottom
-       set_clock                     sclk       SC        set clock, #1 hrs #2
-                                                          mins #3 secs
-       set_color_pair                scp        sp        Set current color
-                                                          pair to #1
-       set_foreground                setf       Sf        Set foreground color
-                                                          #1
-       set_left_margin               smgl       ML        set left soft margin
-                                                          at current col-
-                                                          umn.        See
-                                                          smgl. (ML is not in
-                                                          BSD termcap).
-       set_left_margin_parm          smglp      Zm        Set left (right)
-                                                          margin at column #1
-       set_right_margin              smgr       MR        set right soft mar-
-                                                          gin at current col-
-                                                          umn
-
-
-       set_right_margin_parm         smgrp      Zn        Set right margin at
-                                                          column #1
-       set_tab                       hts        st        set a tab in every
-                                                          row, current columns
-       set_top_margin                smgt       Zo        Set top margin at
-                                                          current line
-       set_top_margin_parm           smgtp      Zp        Set top (bottom)
-                                                          margin at row #1
-       set_window                    wind       wi        current window is
-                                                          lines #1-#2 cols
-                                                          #3-#4
-       start_bit_image               sbim       Zq        Start printing bit
-                                                          image graphics
-       start_char_set_def            scsd       Zr        Start character set
-                                                          definition #1, with
-                                                          #2 characters in the
-                                                          set
-       stop_bit_image                rbim       Zs        Stop printing bit
-                                                          image graphics
-       stop_char_set_def             rcsd       Zt        End definition of
-                                                          character set #1
-       subscript_characters          subcs      Zu        List of subscript-
-                                                          able characters
-       superscript_characters        supcs      Zv        List of superscript-
-                                                          able characters
-       tab                           ht         ta        tab to next 8-space
-                                                          hardware tab stop
-       these_cause_cr                docr       Zw        Printing any of
-                                                          these characters
-                                                          causes CR
-       to_status_line                tsl        ts        move to status line,
-                                                          column #1
-       tone                          tone       TO        select touch tone
-                                                          dialing
-       underline_char                uc         uc        underline char and
-                                                          move past it
-       up_half_line                  hu         hu        half a line up
-       user0                         u0         u0        User string #0
-       user1                         u1         u1        User string #1
-       user2                         u2         u2        User string #2
-       user3                         u3         u3        User string #3
-       user4                         u4         u4        User string #4
-       user5                         u5         u5        User string #5
-       user6                         u6         u6        User string #6
-       user7                         u7         u7        User string #7
-       user8                         u8         u8        User string #8
-       user9                         u9         u9        User string #9
-       wait_tone                     wait       WA        wait for dial-tone
-       xoff_character                xoffc      XF        XOFF character
-       xon_character                 xonc       XN        XON character
-       zero_motion                   zerom      Zx        No motion for subse-
-                                                          quent character
+                  <STRONG>Variable</STRONG>            <STRONG>Cap-</STRONG>      <STRONG>TCap</STRONG>       <STRONG>Description</STRONG>
+                   <STRONG>String</STRONG>             <STRONG>name</STRONG>      <STRONG>Code</STRONG>
+          acs_chars                   acsc      ac     graphics charset
+                                                       pairs, based on
+                                                       vt100
+          back_tab                    cbt       bt     back tab (P)
+          bell                        bel       bl     audible signal
+                                                       (bell) (P)
+          carriage_return             cr        cr     carriage return (P*)
+                                                       (P*)
+          change_char_pitch           cpi       ZA     Change number of
+                                                       characters per inch
+                                                       to #1
+          change_line_pitch           lpi       ZB     Change number of
+                                                       lines per inch to #1
+          change_res_horz             chr       ZC     Change horizontal
+                                                       resolution to #1
+          change_res_vert             cvr       ZD     Change vertical res-
+                                                       olution to #1
+          change_scroll_region        csr       cs     change region to
+                                                       line #1 to line #2
+                                                       (P)
+          char_padding                rmp       rP     like ip but when in
+                                                       insert mode
+
+
+          clear_all_tabs              tbc       ct     clear all tab stops
+                                                       (P)
+          clear_margins               mgc       MC     clear right and left
+                                                       soft margins
+          clear_screen                clear     cl     clear screen and
+                                                       home cursor (P*)
+          clr_bol                     el1       cb     Clear to beginning
+                                                       of line
+          clr_eol                     el        ce     clear to end of line
+                                                       (P)
+          clr_eos                     ed        cd     clear to end of
+                                                       screen (P*)
+          column_address              hpa       ch     horizontal position
+                                                       #1, absolute (P)
+          command_character           cmdch     CC     terminal settable
+                                                       cmd character in
+                                                       prototype !?
+          create_window               cwin      CW     define a window #1
+                                                       from #2,#3 to #4,#5
+          cursor_address              cup       cm     move to row #1 col-
+                                                       umns #2
+          cursor_down                 cud1      do     down one line
+          cursor_home                 home      ho     home cursor (if no
+                                                       cup)
+          cursor_invisible            civis     vi     make cursor invisi-
+                                                       ble
+          cursor_left                 cub1      le     move left one space
+          cursor_mem_address          mrcup     CM     memory relative cur-
+                                                       sor addressing, move
+                                                       to row #1 columns #2
+          cursor_normal               cnorm     ve     make cursor appear
+                                                       normal (undo
+                                                       civis/cvvis)
+          cursor_right                cuf1      nd     non-destructive
+                                                       space (move right
+                                                       one space)
+          cursor_to_ll                ll        ll     last line, first
+                                                       column (if no cup)
+          cursor_up                   cuu1      up     up one line
+          cursor_visible              cvvis     vs     make cursor very
+                                                       visible
+          define_char                 defc      ZE     Define a character
+                                                       #1, #2 dots wide,
+                                                       descender #3
+          delete_character            dch1      dc     delete character
+                                                       (P*)
+          delete_line                 dl1       dl     delete line (P*)
+          dial_phone                  dial      DI     dial number #1
+          dis_status_line             dsl       ds     disable status line
+          display_clock               dclk      DK     display clock
+          down_half_line              hd        hd     half a line down
+          ena_acs                     enacs     eA     enable alternate
+                                                       char set
+          enter_alt_charset_mode      smacs     as     start alternate
+                                                       character set (P)
+          enter_am_mode               smam      SA     turn on automatic
+                                                       margins
+          enter_blink_mode            blink     mb     turn on blinking
+          enter_bold_mode             bold      md     turn on bold (extra
+                                                       bright) mode
+          enter_ca_mode               smcup     ti     string to start pro-
+                                                       grams using cup
+          enter_delete_mode           smdc      dm     enter delete mode
+          enter_dim_mode              dim       mh     turn on half-bright
+                                                       mode
+
+          enter_doublewide_mode       swidm     ZF     Enter double-wide
+                                                       mode
+          enter_draft_quality         sdrfq     ZG     Enter draft-quality
+                                                       mode
+          enter_insert_mode           smir      im     enter insert mode
+          enter_italics_mode          sitm      ZH     Enter italic mode
+          enter_leftward_mode         slm       ZI     Start leftward car-
+                                                       riage motion
+          enter_micro_mode            smicm     ZJ     Start micro-motion
+                                                       mode
+          enter_near_letter_quality   snlq      ZK     Enter NLQ mode
+          enter_normal_quality        snrmq     ZL     Enter normal-quality
+                                                       mode
+          enter_protected_mode        prot      mp     turn on protected
+                                                       mode
+          enter_reverse_mode          rev       mr     turn on reverse
+                                                       video mode
+          enter_secure_mode           invis     mk     turn on blank mode
+                                                       (characters invisi-
+                                                       ble)
+          enter_shadow_mode           sshm      ZM     Enter shadow-print
+                                                       mode
+          enter_standout_mode         smso      so     begin standout mode
+          enter_subscript_mode        ssubm     ZN     Enter subscript mode
+          enter_superscript_mode      ssupm     ZO     Enter superscript
+                                                       mode
+          enter_underline_mode        smul      us     begin underline mode
+          enter_upward_mode           sum       ZP     Start upward car-
+                                                       riage motion
+          enter_xon_mode              smxon     SX     turn on xon/xoff
+                                                       handshaking
+          erase_chars                 ech       ec     erase #1 characters
+                                                       (P)
+          exit_alt_charset_mode       rmacs     ae     end alternate char-
+                                                       acter set (P)
+          exit_am_mode                rmam      RA     turn off automatic
+                                                       margins
+          exit_attribute_mode         sgr0      me     turn off all
+                                                       attributes
+          exit_ca_mode                rmcup     te     strings to end pro-
+                                                       grams using cup
+          exit_delete_mode            rmdc      ed     end delete mode
+          exit_doublewide_mode        rwidm     ZQ     End double-wide mode
+          exit_insert_mode            rmir      ei     exit insert mode
+          exit_italics_mode           ritm      ZR     End italic mode
+          exit_leftward_mode          rlm       ZS     End left-motion mode
+          exit_micro_mode             rmicm     ZT     End micro-motion
+                                                       mode
+          exit_shadow_mode            rshm      ZU     End shadow-print
+                                                       mode
+          exit_standout_mode          rmso      se     exit standout mode
+          exit_subscript_mode         rsubm     ZV     End subscript mode
+          exit_superscript_mode       rsupm     ZW     End superscript mode
+          exit_underline_mode         rmul      ue     exit underline mode
+          exit_upward_mode            rum       ZX     End reverse charac-
+                                                       ter motion
+          exit_xon_mode               rmxon     RX     turn off xon/xoff
+                                                       handshaking
+          fixed_pause                 pause     PA     pause for 2-3 sec-
+                                                       onds
+          flash_hook                  hook      fh     flash switch hook
+          flash_screen                flash     vb     visible bell (may
+                                                       not move cursor)
+          form_feed                   ff        ff     hardcopy terminal
+                                                       page eject (P*)
+
+          from_status_line            fsl       fs     return from status
+                                                       line
+          goto_window                 wingo     WG     go to window #1
+          hangup                      hup       HU     hang-up phone
+          init_1string                is1       i1     initialization
+                                                       string
+          init_2string                is2       is     initialization
+                                                       string
+          init_3string                is3       i3     initialization
+                                                       string
+          init_file                   if        if     name of initializa-
+                                                       tion file
+          init_prog                   iprog     iP     path name of program
+                                                       for initialization
+          initialize_color            initc     Ic     initialize color #1
+                                                       to (#2,#3,#4)
+          initialize_pair             initp     Ip     Initialize color
+                                                       pair #1 to
+                                                       fg=(#2,#3,#4),
+                                                       bg=(#5,#6,#7)
+          insert_character            ich1      ic     insert character (P)
+          insert_line                 il1       al     insert line (P*)
+          insert_padding              ip        ip     insert padding after
+                                                       inserted character
+          key_a1                      ka1       K1     upper left of keypad
+          key_a3                      ka3       K3     upper right of key-
+                                                       pad
+          key_b2                      kb2       K2     center of keypad
+          key_backspace               kbs       kb     backspace key
+          key_beg                     kbeg      @1     begin key
+          key_btab                    kcbt      kB     back-tab key
+          key_c1                      kc1       K4     lower left of keypad
+          key_c3                      kc3       K5     lower right of key-
+                                                       pad
+          key_cancel                  kcan      @2     cancel key
+          key_catab                   ktbc      ka     clear-all-tabs key
+          key_clear                   kclr      kC     clear-screen or
+                                                       erase key
+          key_close                   kclo      @3     close key
+          key_command                 kcmd      @4     command key
+          key_copy                    kcpy      @5     copy key
+          key_create                  kcrt      @6     create key
+          key_ctab                    kctab     kt     clear-tab key
+          key_dc                      kdch1     kD     delete-character key
+          key_dl                      kdl1      kL     delete-line key
+          key_down                    kcud1     kd     down-arrow key
+          key_eic                     krmir     kM     sent by rmir or smir
+                                                       in insert mode
+          key_end                     kend      @7     end key
+          key_enter                   kent      @8     enter/send key
+          key_eol                     kel       kE     clear-to-end-of-line
+                                                       key
+          key_eos                     ked       kS     clear-to-end-of-
+                                                       screen key
+          key_exit                    kext      @9     exit key
+          key_f0                      kf0       k0     F0 function key
+          key_f1                      kf1       k1     F1 function key
+          key_f10                     kf10      k;     F10 function key
+          key_f11                     kf11      F1     F11 function key
+          key_f12                     kf12      F2     F12 function key
+          key_f13                     kf13      F3     F13 function key
+          key_f14                     kf14      F4     F14 function key
+          key_f15                     kf15      F5     F15 function key
+          key_f16                     kf16      F6     F16 function key
+          key_f17                     kf17      F7     F17 function key
+
+          key_f18                     kf18      F8     F18 function key
+          key_f19                     kf19      F9     F19 function key
+          key_f2                      kf2       k2     F2 function key
+          key_f20                     kf20      FA     F20 function key
+          key_f21                     kf21      FB     F21 function key
+          key_f22                     kf22      FC     F22 function key
+          key_f23                     kf23      FD     F23 function key
+          key_f24                     kf24      FE     F24 function key
+          key_f25                     kf25      FF     F25 function key
+          key_f26                     kf26      FG     F26 function key
+          key_f27                     kf27      FH     F27 function key
+          key_f28                     kf28      FI     F28 function key
+          key_f29                     kf29      FJ     F29 function key
+          key_f3                      kf3       k3     F3 function key
+          key_f30                     kf30      FK     F30 function key
+          key_f31                     kf31      FL     F31 function key
+          key_f32                     kf32      FM     F32 function key
+          key_f33                     kf33      FN     F33 function key
+          key_f34                     kf34      FO     F34 function key
+          key_f35                     kf35      FP     F35 function key
+          key_f36                     kf36      FQ     F36 function key
+          key_f37                     kf37      FR     F37 function key
+          key_f38                     kf38      FS     F38 function key
+          key_f39                     kf39      FT     F39 function key
+          key_f4                      kf4       k4     F4 function key
+          key_f40                     kf40      FU     F40 function key
+          key_f41                     kf41      FV     F41 function key
+          key_f42                     kf42      FW     F42 function key
+          key_f43                     kf43      FX     F43 function key
+          key_f44                     kf44      FY     F44 function key
+          key_f45                     kf45      FZ     F45 function key
+          key_f46                     kf46      Fa     F46 function key
+          key_f47                     kf47      Fb     F47 function key
+          key_f48                     kf48      Fc     F48 function key
+          key_f49                     kf49      Fd     F49 function key
+          key_f5                      kf5       k5     F5 function key
+          key_f50                     kf50      Fe     F50 function key
+          key_f51                     kf51      Ff     F51 function key
+          key_f52                     kf52      Fg     F52 function key
+          key_f53                     kf53      Fh     F53 function key
+          key_f54                     kf54      Fi     F54 function key
+          key_f55                     kf55      Fj     F55 function key
+          key_f56                     kf56      Fk     F56 function key
+          key_f57                     kf57      Fl     F57 function key
+          key_f58                     kf58      Fm     F58 function key
+          key_f59                     kf59      Fn     F59 function key
+          key_f6                      kf6       k6     F6 function key
+          key_f60                     kf60      Fo     F60 function key
+          key_f61                     kf61      Fp     F61 function key
+          key_f62                     kf62      Fq     F62 function key
+          key_f63                     kf63      Fr     F63 function key
+          key_f7                      kf7       k7     F7 function key
+          key_f8                      kf8       k8     F8 function key
+          key_f9                      kf9       k9     F9 function key
+          key_find                    kfnd      @0     find key
+          key_help                    khlp      %1     help key
+          key_home                    khome     kh     home key
+          key_ic                      kich1     kI     insert-character key
+          key_il                      kil1      kA     insert-line key
+          key_left                    kcub1     kl     left-arrow key
+          key_ll                      kll       kH     lower-left key (home
+                                                       down)
+          key_mark                    kmrk      %2     mark key
+          key_message                 kmsg      %3     message key
+          key_move                    kmov      %4     move key
+
+          key_next                    knxt      %5     next key
+          key_npage                   knp       kN     next-page key
+          key_open                    kopn      %6     open key
+          key_options                 kopt      %7     options key
+          key_ppage                   kpp       kP     previous-page key
+          key_previous                kprv      %8     previous key
+          key_print                   kprt      %9     print key
+          key_redo                    krdo      %0     redo key
+          key_reference               kref      &amp;1     reference key
+          key_refresh                 krfr      &amp;2     refresh key
+          key_replace                 krpl      &amp;3     replace key
+          key_restart                 krst      &amp;4     restart key
+          key_resume                  kres      &amp;5     resume key
+          key_right                   kcuf1     kr     right-arrow key
+          key_save                    ksav      &amp;6     save key
+          key_sbeg                    kBEG      &amp;9     shifted begin key
+          key_scancel                 kCAN      &amp;0     shifted cancel key
+          key_scommand                kCMD      *1     shifted command key
+          key_scopy                   kCPY      *2     shifted copy key
+          key_screate                 kCRT      *3     shifted create key
+          key_sdc                     kDC       *4     shifted delete-char-
+                                                       acter key
+          key_sdl                     kDL       *5     shifted delete-line
+                                                       key
+          key_select                  kslt      *6     select key
+          key_send                    kEND      *7     shifted end key
+          key_seol                    kEOL      *8     shifted clear-to-
+                                                       end-of-line key
+          key_sexit                   kEXT      *9     shifted exit key
+          key_sf                      kind      kF     scroll-forward key
+          key_sfind                   kFND      *0     shifted find key
+          key_shelp                   kHLP      #1     shifted help key
+          key_shome                   kHOM      #2     shifted home key
+          key_sic                     kIC       #3     shifted insert-char-
+                                                       acter key
+          key_sleft                   kLFT      #4     shifted left-arrow
+                                                       key
+          key_smessage                kMSG      %a     shifted message key
+          key_smove                   kMOV      %b     shifted move key
+          key_snext                   kNXT      %c     shifted next key
+          key_soptions                kOPT      %d     shifted options key
+          key_sprevious               kPRV      %e     shifted previous key
+          key_sprint                  kPRT      %f     shifted print key
+          key_sr                      kri       kR     scroll-backward key
+          key_sredo                   kRDO      %g     shifted redo key
+          key_sreplace                kRPL      %h     shifted replace key
+          key_sright                  kRIT      %i     shifted right-arrow
+                                                       key
+          key_srsume                  kRES      %j     shifted resume key
+          key_ssave                   kSAV      !1     shifted save key
+          key_ssuspend                kSPD      !2     shifted suspend key
+          key_stab                    khts      kT     set-tab key
+          key_sundo                   kUND      !3     shifted undo key
+          key_suspend                 kspd      &amp;7     suspend key
+          key_undo                    kund      &amp;8     undo key
+          key_up                      kcuu1     ku     up-arrow key
+          keypad_local                rmkx      ke     leave 'key-
+                                                       board_transmit' mode
+          keypad_xmit                 smkx      ks     enter 'key-
+                                                       board_transmit' mode
+          lab_f0                      lf0       l0     label on function
+                                                       key f0 if not f0
+          lab_f1                      lf1       l1     label on function
+                                                       key f1 if not f1
+
+
+          lab_f10                     lf10      la     label on function
+                                                       key f10 if not f10
+          lab_f2                      lf2       l2     label on function
+                                                       key f2 if not f2
+          lab_f3                      lf3       l3     label on function
+                                                       key f3 if not f3
+          lab_f4                      lf4       l4     label on function
+                                                       key f4 if not f4
+          lab_f5                      lf5       l5     label on function
+                                                       key f5 if not f5
+          lab_f6                      lf6       l6     label on function
+                                                       key f6 if not f6
+          lab_f7                      lf7       l7     label on function
+                                                       key f7 if not f7
+          lab_f8                      lf8       l8     label on function
+                                                       key f8 if not f8
+          lab_f9                      lf9       l9     label on function
+                                                       key f9 if not f9
+          label_format                fln       Lf     label format
+          label_off                   rmln      LF     turn off soft labels
+          label_on                    smln      LO     turn on soft labels
+          meta_off                    rmm       mo     turn off meta mode
+          meta_on                     smm       mm     turn on meta mode
+                                                       (8th-bit on)
+          micro_column_address        mhpa      ZY     Like column_address
+                                                       in micro mode
+          micro_down                  mcud1     ZZ     Like cursor_down in
+                                                       micro mode
+          micro_left                  mcub1     Za     Like cursor_left in
+                                                       micro mode
+          micro_right                 mcuf1     Zb     Like cursor_right in
+                                                       micro mode
+          micro_row_address           mvpa      Zc     Like row_address #1
+                                                       in micro mode
+          micro_up                    mcuu1     Zd     Like cursor_up in
+                                                       micro mode
+          newline                     nel       nw     newline (behave like
+                                                       cr followed by lf)
+          order_of_pins               porder    Ze     Match software bits
+                                                       to print-head pins
+          orig_colors                 oc        oc     Set all color pairs
+                                                       to the original ones
+          orig_pair                   op        op     Set default pair to
+                                                       its original value
+          pad_char                    pad       pc     padding char
+                                                       (instead of null)
+          parm_dch                    dch       DC     delete #1 characters
+                                                       (P*)
+          parm_delete_line            dl        DL     delete #1 lines (P*)
+          parm_down_cursor            cud       DO     down #1 lines (P*)
+          parm_down_micro             mcud      Zf     Like parm_down_cur-
+                                                       sor in micro mode
+          parm_ich                    ich       IC     insert #1 characters
+                                                       (P*)
+          parm_index                  indn      SF     scroll forward #1
+                                                       lines (P)
+          parm_insert_line            il        AL     insert #1 lines (P*)
+          parm_left_cursor            cub       LE     move #1 characters
+                                                       to the left (P)
+          parm_left_micro             mcub      Zg     Like parm_left_cur-
+                                                       sor in micro mode
+          parm_right_cursor           cuf       RI     move #1 characters
+                                                       to the right (P*)
+          parm_right_micro            mcuf      Zh     Like parm_right_cur-
+                                                       sor in micro mode
+
+          parm_rindex                 rin       SR     scroll back #1 lines
+                                                       (P)
+          parm_up_cursor              cuu       UP     up #1 lines (P*)
+          parm_up_micro               mcuu      Zi     Like parm_up_cursor
+                                                       in micro mode
+          pkey_key                    pfkey     pk     program function key
+                                                       #1 to type string #2
+          pkey_local                  pfloc     pl     program function key
+                                                       #1 to execute string
+                                                       #2
+          pkey_xmit                   pfx       px     program function key
+                                                       #1 to transmit
+                                                       string #2
+          plab_norm                   pln       pn     program label #1 to
+                                                       show string #2
+          print_screen                mc0       ps     print contents of
+                                                       screen
+          prtr_non                    mc5p      pO     turn on printer for
+                                                       #1 bytes
+          prtr_off                    mc4       pf     turn off printer
+          prtr_on                     mc5       po     turn on printer
+          pulse                       pulse     PU     select pulse dialing
+          quick_dial                  qdial     QD     dial number #1 with-
+                                                       out checking
+          remove_clock                rmclk     RC     remove clock
+          repeat_char                 rep       rp     repeat char #1 #2
+                                                       times (P*)
+          req_for_input               rfi       RF     send next input char
+                                                       (for ptys)
+          reset_1string               rs1       r1     reset string
+          reset_2string               rs2       r2     reset string
+          reset_3string               rs3       r3     reset string
+          reset_file                  rf        rf     name of reset file
+          restore_cursor              rc        rc     restore cursor to
+                                                       position of last
+                                                       save_cursor
+          row_address                 vpa       cv     vertical position #1
+                                                       absolute (P)
+          save_cursor                 sc        sc     save current cursor
+                                                       position (P)
+          scroll_forward              ind       sf     scroll text up (P)
+          scroll_reverse              ri        sr     scroll text down (P)
+          select_char_set             scs       Zj     Select character
+                                                       set, #1
+          set_attributes              sgr       sa     define video
+                                                       attributes #1-#9
+                                                       (PG9)
+          set_background              setb      Sb     Set background color
+                                                       #1
+          set_bottom_margin           smgb      Zk     Set bottom margin at
+                                                       current line
+          set_bottom_margin_parm      smgbp     Zl     Set bottom margin at
+                                                       line #1 or (if smgtp
+                                                       is not given) #2
+                                                       lines from bottom
+          set_clock                   sclk      SC     set clock, #1 hrs #2
+                                                       mins #3 secs
+          set_color_pair              scp       sp     Set current color
+                                                       pair to #1
+          set_foreground              setf      Sf     Set foreground color
+                                                       #1
+
+
+
+
+
+          set_left_margin             smgl      ML     set left soft margin
+                                                       at current col-
+                                                       umn.     See smgl.
+                                                       (ML is not in BSD
+                                                       termcap).
+          set_left_margin_parm        smglp     Zm     Set left (right)
+                                                       margin at column #1
+          set_right_margin            smgr      MR     set right soft mar-
+                                                       gin at current col-
+                                                       umn
+          set_right_margin_parm       smgrp     Zn     Set right margin at
+                                                       column #1
+          set_tab                     hts       st     set a tab in every
+                                                       row, current columns
+          set_top_margin              smgt      Zo     Set top margin at
+                                                       current line
+          set_top_margin_parm         smgtp     Zp     Set top (bottom)
+                                                       margin at row #1
+          set_window                  wind      wi     current window is
+                                                       lines #1-#2 cols
+                                                       #3-#4
+          start_bit_image             sbim      Zq     Start printing bit
+                                                       image graphics
+          start_char_set_def          scsd      Zr     Start character set
+                                                       definition #1, with
+                                                       #2 characters in the
+                                                       set
+          stop_bit_image              rbim      Zs     Stop printing bit
+                                                       image graphics
+          stop_char_set_def           rcsd      Zt     End definition of
+                                                       character set #1
+          subscript_characters        subcs     Zu     List of subscript-
+                                                       able characters
+          superscript_characters      supcs     Zv     List of superscript-
+                                                       able characters
+          tab                         ht        ta     tab to next 8-space
+                                                       hardware tab stop
+          these_cause_cr              docr      Zw     Printing any of
+                                                       these characters
+                                                       causes CR
+          to_status_line              tsl       ts     move to status line,
+                                                       column #1
+          tone                        tone      TO     select touch tone
+                                                       dialing
+          underline_char              uc        uc     underline char and
+                                                       move past it
+          up_half_line                hu        hu     half a line up
+          user0                       u0        u0     User string #0
+          user1                       u1        u1     User string #1
+          user2                       u2        u2     User string #2
+          user3                       u3        u3     User string #3
+          user4                       u4        u4     User string #4
+          user5                       u5        u5     User string #5
+          user6                       u6        u6     User string #6
+          user7                       u7        u7     User string #7
+          user8                       u8        u8     User string #8
+          user9                       u9        u9     User string #9
+          wait_tone                   wait      WA     wait for dial-tone
+          xoff_character              xoffc     XF     XOFF character
+          xon_character               xonc      XN     XON character
+          zero_motion                 zerom     Zx     No motion for subse-
+                                                       quent character
 
        The following string capabilities are present in the SVr4.0 term struc-
        ture, but were originally not documented in the man page.
 
 
-               <STRONG>Variable</STRONG>              <STRONG>Cap-</STRONG>         <STRONG>TCap</STRONG>         <STRONG>Description</STRONG>
-                <STRONG>String</STRONG>               <STRONG>name</STRONG>         <STRONG>Code</STRONG>
-       alt_scancode_esc              scesa        S8        Alternate escape
-                                                            for scancode emu-
-                                                            lation
-       bit_image_carriage_return     bicr         Yv        Move to beginning
-                                                            of same row
-
-
-       bit_image_newline             binel        Zz        Move to next row
-                                                            of the bit image
-       bit_image_repeat              birep        Xy        Repeat bit image
-                                                            cell #1 #2 times
-       char_set_names                csnm         Zy        Produce #1'th item
-                                                            from list of char-
-                                                            acter set names
-       code_set_init                 csin         ci        Init sequence for
-                                                            multiple codesets
-       color_names                   colornm      Yw        Give name for
-                                                            color #1
-       define_bit_image_region       defbi        Yx        Define rectangular
-                                                            bit image region
-       device_type                   devt         dv        Indicate lan-
-                                                            guage/codeset sup-
-                                                            port
-       display_pc_char               dispc        S1        Display PC charac-
-                                                            ter #1
-       end_bit_image_region          endbi        Yy        End a bit-image
-                                                            region
-       enter_pc_charset_mode         smpch        S2        Enter PC character
-                                                            display mode
-       enter_scancode_mode           smsc         S4        Enter PC scancode
-                                                            mode
-       exit_pc_charset_mode          rmpch        S3        Exit PC character
-                                                            display mode
-       exit_scancode_mode            rmsc         S5        Exit PC scancode
-                                                            mode
-       get_mouse                     getm         Gm        Curses should get
-                                                            button events,
-                                                            parameter #1 not
-                                                            documented.
-       key_mouse                     kmous        Km        Mouse event has
-                                                            occurred
-       mouse_info                    minfo        Mi        Mouse status
-                                                            information
-       pc_term_options               pctrm        S6        PC terminal
-                                                            options
-       pkey_plab                     pfxl         xl        Program function
-                                                            key #1 to type
-                                                            string #2 and show
-                                                            string #3
-       req_mouse_pos                 reqmp        RQ        Request mouse
-                                                            position
-       scancode_escape               scesc        S7        Escape for scan-
-                                                            code emulation
-       set0_des_seq                  s0ds         s0        Shift to codeset 0
-                                                            (EUC set 0, ASCII)
-       set1_des_seq                  s1ds         s1        Shift to codeset 1
-       set2_des_seq                  s2ds         s2        Shift to codeset 2
-       set3_des_seq                  s3ds         s3        Shift to codeset 3
-       set_a_background              setab        AB        Set background
-                                                            color to #1, using
-                                                            ANSI escape
-       set_a_foreground              setaf        AF        Set foreground
-                                                            color to #1, using
-                                                            ANSI escape
-       set_color_band                setcolor     Yz        Change to ribbon
-                                                            color #1
-       set_lr_margin                 smglr        ML        Set both left and
-                                                            right margins to
-                                                            #1, #2.  (ML is
-                                                            not in BSD term-
-                                                            cap).
-
-
-       set_page_length               slines       YZ        Set page length to
-                                                            #1 lines
-       set_tb_margin                 smgtb        MT        Sets both top and
-                                                            bottom margins to
-                                                            #1, #2
-
-        The XSI Curses standard added these hardcopy capabilities.  They  were
-        used  in  some post-4.1 versions of System V curses, e.g., Solaris 2.5
-        and IRIX 6.x.  Except for <STRONG>YI</STRONG>, the <STRONG>ncurses</STRONG> termcap names for  them  are
-        invented.   According to the XSI Curses standard, they have no termcap
-        names.  If your compiled terminfo entries use these, they may  not  be
+                  <STRONG>Variable</STRONG>            <STRONG>Cap-</STRONG>       <STRONG>TCap</STRONG>      <STRONG>Description</STRONG>
+                   <STRONG>String</STRONG>             <STRONG>name</STRONG>       <STRONG>Code</STRONG>
+          alt_scancode_esc            scesa      S8     Alternate escape
+                                                        for scancode emu-
+                                                        lation
+          bit_image_carriage_return   bicr       Yv     Move to beginning
+                                                        of same row
+          bit_image_newline           binel      Zz     Move to next row
+                                                        of the bit image
+          bit_image_repeat            birep      Xy     Repeat bit image
+                                                        cell #1 #2 times
+          char_set_names              csnm       Zy     Produce #1'th item
+                                                        from list of char-
+                                                        acter set names
+          code_set_init               csin       ci     Init sequence for
+                                                        multiple codesets
+          color_names                 colornm    Yw     Give name for
+                                                        color #1
+          define_bit_image_region     defbi      Yx     Define rectangular
+                                                        bit image region
+          device_type                 devt       dv     Indicate lan-
+                                                        guage/codeset sup-
+                                                        port
+          display_pc_char             dispc      S1     Display PC charac-
+                                                        ter #1
+          end_bit_image_region        endbi      Yy     End a bit-image
+                                                        region
+          enter_pc_charset_mode       smpch      S2     Enter PC character
+                                                        display mode
+          enter_scancode_mode         smsc       S4     Enter PC scancode
+                                                        mode
+          exit_pc_charset_mode        rmpch      S3     Exit PC character
+                                                        display mode
+          exit_scancode_mode          rmsc       S5     Exit PC scancode
+                                                        mode
+          get_mouse                   getm       Gm     Curses should get
+                                                        button events,
+                                                        parameter #1 not
+                                                        documented.
+          key_mouse                   kmous      Km     Mouse event has
+                                                        occurred
+          mouse_info                  minfo      Mi     Mouse status
+                                                        information
+          pc_term_options             pctrm      S6     PC terminal
+                                                        options
+          pkey_plab                   pfxl       xl     Program function
+                                                        key #1 to type
+                                                        string #2 and show
+                                                        string #3
+          req_mouse_pos               reqmp      RQ     Request mouse
+                                                        position
+          scancode_escape             scesc      S7     Escape for scan-
+                                                        code emulation
+          set0_des_seq                s0ds       s0     Shift to codeset 0
+                                                        (EUC set 0, ASCII)
+          set1_des_seq                s1ds       s1     Shift to codeset 1
+          set2_des_seq                s2ds       s2     Shift to codeset 2
+          set3_des_seq                s3ds       s3     Shift to codeset 3
+          set_a_background            setab      AB     Set background
+                                                        color to #1, using
+                                                        ANSI escape
+          set_a_foreground            setaf      AF     Set foreground
+                                                        color to #1, using
+                                                        ANSI escape
+
+          set_color_band              setcolor   Yz     Change to ribbon
+                                                        color #1
+          set_lr_margin               smglr      ML     Set both left and
+                                                        right margins to
+                                                        #1, #2.  (ML is
+                                                        not in BSD term-
+                                                        cap).
+          set_page_length             slines     YZ     Set page length to
+                                                        #1 lines
+          set_tb_margin               smgtb      MT     Sets both top and
+                                                        bottom margins to
+                                                        #1, #2
+
+        The  XSI Curses standard added these hardcopy capabilities.  They were
+        used in some post-4.1 versions of System V curses, e.g.,  Solaris  2.5
+        and  IRIX  6.x.  Except for <STRONG>YI</STRONG>, the <STRONG>ncurses</STRONG> termcap names for them are
+        invented.  According to the XSI Curses standard, they have no  termcap
+        names.   If  your compiled terminfo entries use these, they may not be
         binary-compatible with System V terminfo entries after SVr4.1; beware!
 
 
-                <STRONG>Variable</STRONG>              <STRONG>Cap-</STRONG>       <STRONG>TCap</STRONG>         <STRONG>Description</STRONG>
-                 <STRONG>String</STRONG>               <STRONG>name</STRONG>       <STRONG>Code</STRONG>
-        enter_horizontal_hl_mode      ehhlm      Xh       Enter horizontal
-                                                          highlight mode
-        enter_left_hl_mode            elhlm      Xl       Enter left highlight
-                                                          mode
-        enter_low_hl_mode             elohlm     Xo       Enter low highlight
-                                                          mode
-        enter_right_hl_mode           erhlm      Xr       Enter right high-
-                                                          light mode
-        enter_top_hl_mode             ethlm      Xt       Enter top highlight
-                                                          mode
-        enter_vertical_hl_mode        evhlm      Xv       Enter vertical high-
-                                                          light mode
-        set_a_attributes              sgr1       sA       Define second set of
-                                                          video attributes
-                                                          #1-#6
-        set_pglen_inch                slength    YI       Set page length to
-                                                          #1 hundredth of an
-                                                          inch (some implemen-
-                                                          tations use sL for
-                                                          termcap).
+                  <STRONG>Variable</STRONG>            <STRONG>Cap-</STRONG>      <STRONG>TCap</STRONG>       <STRONG>Description</STRONG>
+                   <STRONG>String</STRONG>             <STRONG>name</STRONG>      <STRONG>Code</STRONG>
+          enter_horizontal_hl_mode    ehhlm     Xh     Enter horizontal
+                                                       highlight mode
+          enter_left_hl_mode          elhlm     Xl     Enter left highlight
+                                                       mode
+          enter_low_hl_mode           elohlm    Xo     Enter low highlight
+                                                       mode
+          enter_right_hl_mode         erhlm     Xr     Enter right high-
+                                                       light mode
+          enter_top_hl_mode           ethlm     Xt     Enter top highlight
+                                                       mode
+          enter_vertical_hl_mode      evhlm     Xv     Enter vertical high-
+                                                       light mode
+          set_a_attributes            sgr1      sA     Define second set of
+                                                       video attributes
+                                                       #1-#6
+          set_pglen_inch              slength   YI     Set page length to
+                                                       #1 hundredth of an
+                                                       inch (some implemen-
+                                                       tations use sL for
+                                                       termcap).
 
 
 </PRE><H3><a name="h3-User-Defined-Capabilities">User-Defined Capabilities</a></H3><PRE>
-       The  preceding  section  listed the <EM>predefined</EM> capabilities.  They deal
-       with some special features for terminals no longer (or possibly  never)
-       produced.   Occasionally  there are special features of newer terminals
-       which are awkward or impossible to represent by reusing the  predefined
+       The preceding section listed the <EM>predefined</EM>  capabilities.   They  deal
+       with  some special features for terminals no longer (or possibly never)
+       produced.  Occasionally there are special features of  newer  terminals
+       which  are awkward or impossible to represent by reusing the predefined
        capabilities.
 
-       <STRONG>ncurses</STRONG>  addresses  this  limitation by allowing user-defined capabili-
+       <STRONG>ncurses</STRONG> addresses this limitation by  allowing  user-defined  capabili-
        ties.  The <STRONG>tic</STRONG> and <STRONG>infocmp</STRONG> programs provide the <STRONG>-x</STRONG> option for this pur-
        pose.  When <STRONG>-x</STRONG> is set, <STRONG>tic</STRONG> treats unknown capabilities as user-defined.
-       That is, if <STRONG>tic</STRONG> encounters a capability name which it does  not  recog-
-       nize,  it  infers  its type (boolean, number or string) from the syntax
-       and  makes  an  extended  table  entry  for   that   capability.    The
-       <STRONG><A HREF="curs_extend.3x.html">use_extended_names(3x)</A></STRONG>  function  makes  this information conditionally
+       That  is,  if <STRONG>tic</STRONG> encounters a capability name which it does not recog-
+       nize, it infers its type (boolean, number or string)  from  the  syntax
+       and   makes   an   extended  table  entry  for  that  capability.   The
+       <STRONG><A HREF="curs_extend.3x.html">use_extended_names(3x)</A></STRONG> function makes  this  information  conditionally
        available to applications.  The ncurses library provides the data leav-
        ing most of the behavior to applications:
 
-       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   User-defined  capability  strings  whose  name  begins with "k" are
+       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   User-defined capability strings whose  name  begins  with  "k"  are
            treated as function keys.
 
-       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   The types (boolean,  number,  string)  determined  by  <STRONG>tic</STRONG>  can  be
+       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   The  types  (boolean,  number,  string)  determined  by  <STRONG>tic</STRONG> can be
            inferred by successful calls on <STRONG>tigetflag</STRONG>, etc.
 
        <STRONG>o</STRONG>   If the capability name happens to be two characters, the capability
 
        While termcap is said to be extensible because it does not use a prede-
        fined set of capabilities, in practice it has been limited to the capa-
-       bilities defined by terminfo implementations.  As a rule,  user-defined
+       bilities  defined by terminfo implementations.  As a rule, user-defined
        capabilities intended for use by termcap applications should be limited
-       to booleans and numbers to avoid  running  past  the  1023  byte  limit
+       to  booleans  and  numbers  to  avoid  running past the 1023 byte limit
        assumed by termcap implementations and their applications.  In particu-
-       lar, providing extended sets of function keys  (past  the  60  numbered
-       keys  and  the  handful  of  special named keys) is best done using the
+       lar,  providing  extended  sets  of function keys (past the 60 numbered
+       keys and the handful of special named keys)  is  best  done  using  the
        longer names available using terminfo.
 
 
 </PRE><H3><a name="h3-A-Sample-Entry">A Sample Entry</a></H3><PRE>
        The following entry, describing an ANSI-standard terminal, is represen-
-       tative  of  what a <STRONG>terminfo</STRONG> entry for a modern terminal typically looks
+       tative of what a <STRONG>terminfo</STRONG> entry for a modern terminal  typically  looks
        like.
 
        ansi|ansi/pc-term compatible with color,
                smul=\E[4m, tbc=\E[3g, u6=\E[%i%d;%dR, u7=\E[6n,
                u8=\E[?%[;0123456789]c, u9=\E[c, vpa=\E[%i%p1%dd,
 
-       Entries may continue onto multiple lines by placing white space at  the
-       beginning  of  each line except the first.  Comments may be included on
+       Entries  may continue onto multiple lines by placing white space at the
+       beginning of each line except the first.  Comments may be  included  on
        lines beginning with "#".  Capabilities in <EM>terminfo</EM> are of three types:
 
        <STRONG>o</STRONG>   Boolean capabilities which indicate that the terminal has some par-
        <STRONG>o</STRONG>   numeric capabilities giving the size of the terminal or the size of
            particular delays, and
 
-       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   string capabilities, which give a sequence which  can  be  used  to
+       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   string  capabilities,  which  give  a sequence which can be used to
            perform particular terminal operations.
 
 
 </PRE><H3><a name="h3-Types-of-Capabilities">Types of Capabilities</a></H3><PRE>
        All capabilities have names.  For instance, the fact that ANSI-standard
-       terminals have <EM>automatic</EM> <EM>margins</EM> (i.e., an automatic return  and  line-
-       feed  when the end of a line is reached) is indicated by the capability
-       <STRONG>am</STRONG>.  Hence the description of ansi includes <STRONG>am</STRONG>.   Numeric  capabilities
-       are  followed  by  the  character  "#" and then a positive value.  Thus
+       terminals  have  <EM>automatic</EM> <EM>margins</EM> (i.e., an automatic return and line-
+       feed when the end of a line is reached) is indicated by the  capability
+       <STRONG>am</STRONG>.   Hence  the description of ansi includes <STRONG>am</STRONG>.  Numeric capabilities
+       are followed by the character "#" and  then  a  positive  value.   Thus
        <STRONG>cols</STRONG>, which indicates the number of columns the terminal has, gives the
-       value  "80" for ansi.  Values for numeric capabilities may be specified
+       value "80" for ansi.  Values for numeric capabilities may be  specified
        in decimal, octal or hexadecimal, using the C programming language con-
        ventions (e.g., 255, 0377 and 0xff or 0xFF).
 
-       Finally,  string  valued capabilities, such as <STRONG>el</STRONG> (clear to end of line
-       sequence) are given by the two-character  code,  an  "=",  and  then  a
+       Finally, string valued capabilities, such as <STRONG>el</STRONG> (clear to end  of  line
+       sequence)  are  given  by  the  two-character  code, an "=", and then a
        string ending at the next following ",".
 
        A number of escape sequences are provided in the string valued capabil-
            respectively.
 
        X/Open Curses does not say what "appropriate <EM>x</EM>" might be.  In practice,
-       that  is a printable ASCII graphic character.  The special case "^?" is
-       interpreted as DEL (127).  In all other cases, the character  value  is
-       AND'd  with 0x1f, mapping to ASCII control codes in the range 0 through
+       that is a printable ASCII graphic character.  The special case "^?"  is
+       interpreted  as  DEL (127).  In all other cases, the character value is
+       AND'd with 0x1f, mapping to ASCII control codes in the range 0  through
        31.
 
        Other escapes include
        <STRONG>o</STRONG>   and <STRONG>\0</STRONG> for null.
 
            <STRONG>\0</STRONG> will produce \200, which does not terminate a string but behaves
-           as  a null character on most terminals, providing CS7 is specified.
+           as a null character on most terminals, providing CS7 is  specified.
            See <STRONG>stty(1)</STRONG>.
 
-           The reason for this quirk is to maintain  binary  compatibility  of
-           the  compiled  terminfo files with other implementations, e.g., the
-           SVr4 systems, which document this.   Compiled  terminfo  files  use
-           null-terminated  strings,  with  no  lengths.  Modifying this would
+           The  reason  for  this quirk is to maintain binary compatibility of
+           the compiled terminfo files with other implementations,  e.g.,  the
+           SVr4  systems,  which  document  this.  Compiled terminfo files use
+           null-terminated strings, with no  lengths.   Modifying  this  would
            require a new binary format, which would not work with other imple-
            mentations.
 
        Finally, characters may be given as three octal digits after a <STRONG>\</STRONG>.
 
-       A  delay  in  milliseconds  may appear anywhere in a string capability,
-       enclosed in $&lt;..&gt; brackets, as in <STRONG>el</STRONG>=\EK$&lt;5&gt;,  and  padding  characters
+       A delay in milliseconds may appear anywhere  in  a  string  capability,
+       enclosed  in  $&lt;..&gt;  brackets, as in <STRONG>el</STRONG>=\EK$&lt;5&gt;, and padding characters
        are supplied by <STRONG><A HREF="curs_terminfo.3x.html">tputs(3x)</A></STRONG> to provide this delay.
 
        <STRONG>o</STRONG>   The delay must be a number with at most one decimal place of preci-
            sion; it may be followed by suffixes "*" or "/" or both.
 
-       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   A "*" indicates that the padding required is  proportional  to  the
-           number  of lines affected by the operation, and the amount given is
-           the per-affected-unit padding required.  (In  the  case  of  insert
+       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   A  "*"  indicates  that the padding required is proportional to the
+           number of lines affected by the operation, and the amount given  is
+           the  per-affected-unit  padding  required.   (In the case of insert
            character, the factor is still the number of <EM>lines</EM> affected.)
 
            Normally, padding is advisory if the device has the <STRONG>xon</STRONG> capability;
            it is used for cost computation but does not trigger delays.
 
-       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   A "/" suffix indicates that the padding is mandatory and  forces  a
+       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   A  "/"  suffix indicates that the padding is mandatory and forces a
            delay of the given number of milliseconds even on devices for which
            <STRONG>xon</STRONG> is present to indicate flow control.
 
-       Sometimes individual capabilities must be commented out.  To  do  this,
-       put  a  period before the capability name.  For example, see the second
+       Sometimes  individual  capabilities must be commented out.  To do this,
+       put a period before the capability name.  For example, see  the  second
        <STRONG>ind</STRONG> in the example above.
 
 
 </PRE><H3><a name="h3-Fetching-Compiled-Descriptions">Fetching Compiled Descriptions</a></H3><PRE>
-       The <STRONG>ncurses</STRONG> library  searches  for  terminal  descriptions  in  several
-       places.   It  uses only the first description found.  The library has a
-       compiled-in list of places to search which can be overridden  by  envi-
-       ronment  variables.   Before  starting  to  search,  <STRONG>ncurses</STRONG> eliminates
+       The  <STRONG>ncurses</STRONG>  library  searches  for  terminal  descriptions in several
+       places.  It uses only the first description found.  The library  has  a
+       compiled-in  list  of places to search which can be overridden by envi-
+       ronment variables.   Before  starting  to  search,  <STRONG>ncurses</STRONG>  eliminates
        duplicates in its search list.
 
-       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   If the environment variable TERMINFO is set, it is  interpreted  as
+       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   If  the  environment variable TERMINFO is set, it is interpreted as
            the pathname of a directory containing the compiled description you
            are working on.  Only that directory is searched.
 
-       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   If TERMINFO is not set, <STRONG>ncurses</STRONG> will instead look in the  directory
+       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   If  TERMINFO is not set, <STRONG>ncurses</STRONG> will instead look in the directory
            <STRONG>$HOME/.terminfo</STRONG> for a compiled description.
 
-       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   Next,  if  the  environment  variable TERMINFO_DIRS is set, <STRONG>ncurses</STRONG>
-           will interpret the contents of that variable as a  list  of  colon-
+       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   Next, if the environment variable  TERMINFO_DIRS  is  set,  <STRONG>ncurses</STRONG>
+           will  interpret  the  contents of that variable as a list of colon-
            separated directories (or database files) to be searched.
 
-           An  empty directory name (i.e., if the variable begins or ends with
-           a colon, or contains adjacent colons) is interpreted as the  system
-           location <EM>/usr/local/ncurses/lib/terminfo</EM>.
+           An empty directory name (i.e., if the variable begins or ends  with
+           a  colon, or contains adjacent colons) is interpreted as the system
+           location <EM>/usr/share/terminfo</EM>.
 
        <STRONG>o</STRONG>   Finally, <STRONG>ncurses</STRONG> searches these compiled-in locations:
 
-           <STRONG>o</STRONG>   a    list    of    directories   (/usr/local/ncurses/share/ter-
+           <STRONG>o</STRONG>   a   list    of    directories    (/usr/local/ncurses/share/ter-
                minfo:/usr/share/terminfo), and
 
-           <STRONG>o</STRONG>   the system terminfo directory,  <EM>/usr/local/ncurses/lib/terminfo</EM>
-               (the compiled-in default).
+           <STRONG>o</STRONG>   the  system  terminfo  directory, <EM>/usr/share/terminfo</EM> (the com-
+               piled-in default).
 
 
 </PRE><H3><a name="h3-Preparing-Descriptions">Preparing Descriptions</a></H3><PRE>
-       We  now  outline  how  to  prepare descriptions of terminals.  The most
-       effective way to prepare a terminal description  is  by  imitating  the
-       description  of  a  similar  terminal  in  <EM>terminfo</EM>  and  to build up a
+       We now outline how to prepare  descriptions  of  terminals.   The  most
+       effective  way  to  prepare  a terminal description is by imitating the
+       description of a similar  terminal  in  <EM>terminfo</EM>  and  to  build  up  a
        description gradually, using partial descriptions with <EM>vi</EM> or some other
-       screen-oriented  program to check that they are correct.  Be aware that
-       a very unusual terminal may expose deficiencies in the ability  of  the
+       screen-oriented program to check that they are correct.  Be aware  that
+       a  very  unusual terminal may expose deficiencies in the ability of the
        <EM>terminfo</EM> file to describe it or bugs in the screen-handling code of the
        test program.
 
-       To get the padding for insert line right (if the terminal  manufacturer
-       did  not  document  it)  a  severe test is to edit a large file at 9600
+       To  get the padding for insert line right (if the terminal manufacturer
+       did not document it) a severe test is to edit  a  large  file  at  9600
        baud, delete 16 or so lines from the middle of the screen, then hit the
        "u" key several times quickly.  If the terminal messes up, more padding
        is usually needed.  A similar test can be used for insert character.
 
 
 </PRE><H3><a name="h3-Basic-Capabilities">Basic Capabilities</a></H3><PRE>
-       The number of columns on each line for the terminal  is  given  by  the
-       <STRONG>cols</STRONG>  numeric capability.  If the terminal is a CRT, then the number of
-       lines on the screen is given by the <STRONG>lines</STRONG> capability.  If the  terminal
-       wraps  around  to  the  beginning  of the next line when it reaches the
-       right margin, then it should have the <STRONG>am</STRONG> capability.  If  the  terminal
-       can  clear  its  screen,  leaving the cursor in the home position, then
-       this is given by the <STRONG>clear</STRONG> string capability.  If  the  terminal  over-
-       strikes  (rather  than  clearing  a position when a character is struck
-       over) then it should have the <STRONG>os</STRONG> capability.   If  the  terminal  is  a
+       The  number  of  columns  on each line for the terminal is given by the
+       <STRONG>cols</STRONG> numeric capability.  If the terminal is a CRT, then the number  of
+       lines  on the screen is given by the <STRONG>lines</STRONG> capability.  If the terminal
+       wraps around to the beginning of the next  line  when  it  reaches  the
+       right  margin,  then it should have the <STRONG>am</STRONG> capability.  If the terminal
+       can clear its screen, leaving the cursor in  the  home  position,  then
+       this  is  given  by the <STRONG>clear</STRONG> string capability.  If the terminal over-
+       strikes (rather than clearing a position when  a  character  is  struck
+       over)  then  it  should  have  the <STRONG>os</STRONG> capability.  If the terminal is a
        printing terminal, with no soft copy unit, give it both <STRONG>hc</STRONG> and <STRONG>os</STRONG>.  (<STRONG>os</STRONG>
-       applies to storage scope terminals, such as TEKTRONIX 4010  series,  as
-       well  as  hard copy and APL terminals.)  If there is a code to move the
+       applies  to  storage scope terminals, such as TEKTRONIX 4010 series, as
+       well as hard copy and APL terminals.)  If there is a code to  move  the
        cursor to the left edge of the current row, give this as <STRONG>cr</STRONG>.  (Normally
-       this  will  be carriage return, control M.)  If there is a code to pro-
+       this will be carriage return, control/M.)  If there is a code  to  pro-
        duce an audible signal (bell, beep, etc) give this as <STRONG>bel</STRONG>.
 
        If there is a code to move the cursor one position to the left (such as
-       backspace)  that  capability should be given as <STRONG>cub1</STRONG>.  Similarly, codes
-       to move to the right, up, and down should be given as <STRONG>cuf1</STRONG>,  <STRONG>cuu1</STRONG>,  and
-       <STRONG>cud1</STRONG>.   These  local cursor motions should not alter the text they pass
-       over, for example, you would not  normally  use  "<STRONG>cuf1</STRONG>= "  because  the
+       backspace) that capability should be given as <STRONG>cub1</STRONG>.   Similarly,  codes
+       to  move  to the right, up, and down should be given as <STRONG>cuf1</STRONG>, <STRONG>cuu1</STRONG>, and
+       <STRONG>cud1</STRONG>.  These local cursor motions should not alter the text  they  pass
+       over,  for  example,  you  would  not normally use "<STRONG>cuf1</STRONG>= " because the
        space would erase the character moved over.
 
        A very important point here is that the local cursor motions encoded in
-       <EM>terminfo</EM> are undefined at the left and top edges  of  a  CRT  terminal.
+       <EM>terminfo</EM>  are  undefined  at  the left and top edges of a CRT terminal.
        Programs should never attempt to backspace around the left edge, unless
-       <STRONG>bw</STRONG> is given, and never attempt to go up locally off the top.  In  order
-       to  scroll  text up, a program will go to the bottom left corner of the
+       <STRONG>bw</STRONG>  is given, and never attempt to go up locally off the top.  In order
+       to scroll text up, a program will go to the bottom left corner  of  the
        screen and send the <STRONG>ind</STRONG> (index) string.
 
-       To scroll text down, a program goes to  the  top  left  corner  of  the
+       To  scroll  text  down,  a  program  goes to the top left corner of the
        screen and sends the <STRONG>ri</STRONG> (reverse index) string.  The strings <STRONG>ind</STRONG> and <STRONG>ri</STRONG>
        are undefined when not on their respective corners of the screen.
 
-       Parameterized versions of the scrolling  sequences  are  <STRONG>indn</STRONG>  and  <STRONG>rin</STRONG>
-       which  have  the same semantics as <STRONG>ind</STRONG> and <STRONG>ri</STRONG> except that they take one
-       parameter, and scroll that many lines.  They are also undefined  except
+       Parameterized  versions  of  the  scrolling  sequences are <STRONG>indn</STRONG> and <STRONG>rin</STRONG>
+       which have the same semantics as <STRONG>ind</STRONG> and <STRONG>ri</STRONG> except that they  take  one
+       parameter,  and scroll that many lines.  They are also undefined except
        at the appropriate edge of the screen.
 
-       The  <STRONG>am</STRONG> capability tells whether the cursor sticks at the right edge of
-       the screen when text is output, but this does not necessarily apply  to
-       a  <STRONG>cuf1</STRONG>  from  the last column.  The only local motion which is defined
-       from the left edge is if <STRONG>bw</STRONG> is given, then a <STRONG>cub1</STRONG> from  the  left  edge
-       will  move  to the right edge of the previous row.  If <STRONG>bw</STRONG> is not given,
-       the effect is undefined.  This is useful for drawing a box  around  the
+       The <STRONG>am</STRONG> capability tells whether the cursor sticks at the right edge  of
+       the  screen when text is output, but this does not necessarily apply to
+       a <STRONG>cuf1</STRONG> from the last column.  The only local motion  which  is  defined
+       from  the  left  edge is if <STRONG>bw</STRONG> is given, then a <STRONG>cub1</STRONG> from the left edge
+       will move to the right edge of the previous row.  If <STRONG>bw</STRONG> is  not  given,
+       the  effect  is undefined.  This is useful for drawing a box around the
        edge of the screen, for example.  If the terminal has switch selectable
-       automatic margins, the <EM>terminfo</EM> file usually assumes that this  is  on;
-       i.e.,  <STRONG>am</STRONG>.  If the terminal has a command which moves to the first col-
-       umn of the next line, that command can be given as <STRONG>nel</STRONG>  (newline).   It
-       does  not  matter  if  the  command clears the remainder of the current
-       line, so if the terminal has no <STRONG>cr</STRONG> and <STRONG>lf</STRONG> it may still be  possible  to
+       automatic  margins,  the <EM>terminfo</EM> file usually assumes that this is on;
+       i.e., <STRONG>am</STRONG>.  If the terminal has a command which moves to the first  col-
+       umn  of  the next line, that command can be given as <STRONG>nel</STRONG> (newline).  It
+       does not matter if the command clears  the  remainder  of  the  current
+       line,  so  if the terminal has no <STRONG>cr</STRONG> and <STRONG>lf</STRONG> it may still be possible to
        craft a working <STRONG>nel</STRONG> out of one or both of them.
 
        These capabilities suffice to describe hard-copy and "glass-tty" termi-
 
 
 </PRE><H3><a name="h3-Parameterized-Strings">Parameterized Strings</a></H3><PRE>
-       Cursor addressing and other strings requiring parameters in the  termi-
-       nal  are  described  by a parameterized string capability, with <EM>printf</EM>-
+       Cursor  addressing and other strings requiring parameters in the termi-
+       nal are described by a parameterized string  capability,  with  <EM>printf</EM>-
        like escapes such as <EM>%x</EM> in it.  For example, to address the cursor, the
-       <STRONG>cup</STRONG>  capability  is  given, using two parameters: the row and column to
-       address to.  (Rows and columns are numbered from zero and refer to  the
+       <STRONG>cup</STRONG> capability is given, using two parameters: the row  and  column  to
+       address  to.  (Rows and columns are numbered from zero and refer to the
        physical screen visible to the user, not to any unseen memory.)  If the
-       terminal has memory relative cursor addressing, that can  be  indicated
+       terminal  has  memory relative cursor addressing, that can be indicated
        by <STRONG>mrcup</STRONG>.
 
-       The  parameter mechanism uses a stack and special <STRONG>%</STRONG> codes to manipulate
-       it.  Typically a sequence will push one  of  the  parameters  onto  the
-       stack  and  then print it in some format.  Print (e.g., "%d") is a spe-
+       The parameter mechanism uses a stack and special <STRONG>%</STRONG> codes to  manipulate
+       it.   Typically  a  sequence  will  push one of the parameters onto the
+       stack and then print it in some format.  Print (e.g., "%d") is  a  spe-
        cial case.  Other operations, including "%t" pop their operand from the
-       stack.   It  is noted that more complex operations are often necessary,
+       stack.  It is noted that more complex operations are  often  necessary,
        e.g., in the <STRONG>sgr</STRONG> string.
 
        The <STRONG>%</STRONG> encodings have the following meanings:
        <STRONG>%%</STRONG>   outputs "%"
 
        <STRONG>%</STRONG><EM>[[</EM>:<EM>]flags][width[.precision]][</EM><STRONG>doxXs</STRONG><EM>]</EM>
-            as in <STRONG>printf</STRONG>, flags are <EM>[-+#]</EM> and <EM>space</EM>.  Use a ":" to  allow  the
-            next  character to be a "-" flag, avoiding interpreting "%-" as an
-            operator.
+            as  in  <STRONG>printf(3)</STRONG>,  flags are <EM>[-+#]</EM> and <EM>space</EM>.  Use a ":" to allow
+            the next character to be a "-" flag, avoiding interpreting "%-" as
+            an operator.
 
        %c   print <EM>pop()</EM> like %c in <STRONG>printf</STRONG>
 
        <STRONG>%g</STRONG><EM>[A-Z]</EM>
             get static variable <EM>[a-z]</EM> and push it
 
-            The terms "static" and "dynamic"  are  misleading.   Historically,
+            The  terms  "static"  and "dynamic" are misleading.  Historically,
             these are simply two different sets of variables, whose values are
-            not reset between calls to <STRONG><A HREF="curs_terminfo.3x.html">tparm(3x)</A></STRONG>.  However, that fact  is  not
+            not  reset  between calls to <STRONG><A HREF="curs_terminfo.3x.html">tparm(3x)</A></STRONG>.  However, that fact is not
             documented in other implementations.  Relying on it will adversely
             impact portability to other implementations.
 
 
        <STRONG>%?</STRONG> <EM>expr</EM> <STRONG>%t</STRONG> <EM>thenpart</EM> <STRONG>%e</STRONG> <EM>elsepart</EM> <STRONG>%;</STRONG>
             This forms an if-then-else.  The <STRONG>%e</STRONG> <EM>elsepart</EM> is optional.  Usually
-            the  <STRONG>%?</STRONG>  <EM>expr</EM>  part  pushes a value onto the stack, and <STRONG>%t</STRONG> pops it
-            from the stack, testing if it is nonzero (true).  If  it  is  zero
+            the <STRONG>%?</STRONG> <EM>expr</EM> part pushes a value onto the stack,  and  <STRONG>%t</STRONG>  pops  it
+            from  the  stack,  testing if it is nonzero (true).  If it is zero
             (false), control passes to the <STRONG>%e</STRONG> (else) part.
 
             It is possible to form else-if's a la Algol 68:
 
             where ci are conditions, bi are bodies.
 
-            Use  the  <STRONG>-f</STRONG>  option of <STRONG>tic</STRONG> or <STRONG>infocmp</STRONG> to see the structure of if-
+            Use the <STRONG>-f</STRONG> option of <STRONG>tic</STRONG> or <STRONG>infocmp</STRONG> to see the  structure  of  if-
             then-else's.  Some strings, e.g., <STRONG>sgr</STRONG> can be very complicated when
-            written  on  one line.  The <STRONG>-f</STRONG> option splits the string into lines
+            written on one line.  The <STRONG>-f</STRONG> option splits the string  into  lines
             with the parts indented.
 
-       Binary operations are in postfix form with the operands  in  the  usual
+       Binary  operations  are  in postfix form with the operands in the usual
        order.  That is, to get x-5 one would use "%gx%{5}%-".  <STRONG>%P</STRONG> and <STRONG>%g</STRONG> vari-
        ables are persistent across escape-string evaluations.
 
-       Consider the HP2645, which, to get to row 3 and column 12, needs to  be
-       sent  \E&amp;a12c03Y padded for 6 milliseconds.  Note that the order of the
-       rows and columns is inverted here, and that  the  row  and  column  are
-       printed    as    two    digits.     Thus    its   <STRONG>cup</STRONG>   capability   is
+       Consider  the HP2645, which, to get to row 3 and column 12, needs to be
+       sent \E&amp;a12c03Y padded for 6 milliseconds.  Note that the order of  the
+       rows  and  columns  is  inverted  here, and that the row and column are
+       printed   as   two   digits.     Thus    its    <STRONG>cup</STRONG>    capability    is
        "cup=6\E&amp;%p2%2dc%p1%2dY".
 
-       The Microterm ACT-IV needs the current row and column sent preceded  by
-       a   <STRONG>^T</STRONG>,   with   the   row   and   column  simply  encoded  in  binary,
-       "cup=^T%p1%c%p2%c".  Terminals which  use  "%c"  need  to  be  able  to
-       backspace  the cursor (<STRONG>cub1</STRONG>), and to move the cursor up one line on the
-       screen (<STRONG>cuu1</STRONG>).  This is necessary because it  is  not  always  safe  to
-       transmit  <STRONG>\n</STRONG> <STRONG>^D</STRONG> and <STRONG>\r</STRONG>, as the system may change or discard them.  (The
-       library routines dealing with terminfo set tty modes so that  tabs  are
-       never  expanded, so \t is safe to send.  This turns out to be essential
+       The  Microterm ACT-IV needs the current row and column sent preceded by
+       a  <STRONG>^T</STRONG>,  with  the  row   and   column   simply   encoded   in   binary,
+       "cup=^T%p1%c%p2%c".   Terminals  which  use  "%c"  need  to  be able to
+       backspace the cursor (<STRONG>cub1</STRONG>), and to move the cursor up one line on  the
+       screen  (<STRONG>cuu1</STRONG>).   This  is  necessary  because it is not always safe to
+       transmit <STRONG>\n</STRONG> <STRONG>^D</STRONG> and <STRONG>\r</STRONG>, as the system may change or discard them.   (The
+       library  routines  dealing with terminfo set tty modes so that tabs are
+       never expanded, so \t is safe to send.  This turns out to be  essential
        for the Ann Arbor 4080.)
 
-       A final example is the LSI ADM-3a, which uses row and column offset  by
+       A  final example is the LSI ADM-3a, which uses row and column offset by
        a blank character, thus "cup=\E=%p1%' '%+%c%p2%' '%+%c".  After sending
-       "\E=", this pushes the first parameter, pushes the ASCII  value  for  a
+       "\E=",  this  pushes  the first parameter, pushes the ASCII value for a
        space (32), adds them (pushing the sum on the stack in place of the two
-       previous values) and outputs that value as a character.  Then the  same
-       is  done for the second parameter.  More complex arithmetic is possible
+       previous  values) and outputs that value as a character.  Then the same
+       is done for the second parameter.  More complex arithmetic is  possible
        using the stack.
 
 
 </PRE><H3><a name="h3-Cursor-Motions">Cursor Motions</a></H3><PRE>
-       If the terminal has a fast way to home the cursor (to very  upper  left
-       corner  of screen) then this can be given as <STRONG>home</STRONG>; similarly a fast way
-       of getting to the lower left-hand corner can be given as <STRONG>ll</STRONG>;  this  may
+       If  the  terminal has a fast way to home the cursor (to very upper left
+       corner of screen) then this can be given as <STRONG>home</STRONG>; similarly a fast  way
+       of  getting  to the lower left-hand corner can be given as <STRONG>ll</STRONG>; this may
        involve going up with <STRONG>cuu1</STRONG> from the home position, but a program should
        never do this itself (unless <STRONG>ll</STRONG> does) because it can make no assumption
-       about  the  effect  of moving up from the home position.  Note that the
-       home position is the same as addressing to (0,0): to the top left  cor-
+       about the effect of moving up from the home position.   Note  that  the
+       home  position is the same as addressing to (0,0): to the top left cor-
        ner of the screen, not of memory.  (Thus, the \EH sequence on HP termi-
        nals cannot be used for <STRONG>home</STRONG>.)
 
        If the terminal has row or column absolute cursor addressing, these can
-       be  given  as  single  parameter  capabilities <STRONG>hpa</STRONG> (horizontal position
-       absolute) and <STRONG>vpa</STRONG> (vertical position absolute).   Sometimes  these  are
-       shorter  than  the  more  general  two  parameter sequence (as with the
-       hp2645) and can be used in preference to <STRONG>cup</STRONG>.  If there are  parameter-
-       ized  local  motions  (e.g.,  move  <EM>n</EM> spaces to the right) these can be
-       given as <STRONG>cud</STRONG>, <STRONG>cub</STRONG>, <STRONG>cuf</STRONG>, and <STRONG>cuu</STRONG> with a single parameter indicating  how
-       many  spaces  to move.  These are primarily useful if the terminal does
+       be given as single  parameter  capabilities  <STRONG>hpa</STRONG>  (horizontal  position
+       absolute)  and  <STRONG>vpa</STRONG>  (vertical position absolute).  Sometimes these are
+       shorter than the more general  two  parameter  sequence  (as  with  the
+       hp2645)  and can be used in preference to <STRONG>cup</STRONG>.  If there are parameter-
+       ized local motions (e.g., move <EM>n</EM> spaces to  the  right)  these  can  be
+       given  as <STRONG>cud</STRONG>, <STRONG>cub</STRONG>, <STRONG>cuf</STRONG>, and <STRONG>cuu</STRONG> with a single parameter indicating how
+       many spaces to move.  These are primarily useful if the  terminal  does
        not have <STRONG>cup</STRONG>, such as the TEKTRONIX 4025.
 
-       If the terminal needs to be in a special mode when  running  a  program
+       If  the  terminal  needs to be in a special mode when running a program
        that uses these capabilities, the codes to enter and exit this mode can
-       be given as <STRONG>smcup</STRONG> and <STRONG>rmcup</STRONG>.  This arises, for example, from  terminals
-       like  the  Concept  with more than one page of memory.  If the terminal
+       be  given as <STRONG>smcup</STRONG> and <STRONG>rmcup</STRONG>.  This arises, for example, from terminals
+       like the Concept with more than one page of memory.   If  the  terminal
        has only memory relative cursor addressing and not screen relative cur-
        sor addressing, a one screen-sized window must be fixed into the termi-
-       nal for cursor addressing to work properly.  This is also used for  the
-       TEKTRONIX  4025,  where  <STRONG>smcup</STRONG> sets the command character to be the one
-       used by terminfo.  If the <STRONG>smcup</STRONG> sequence will not  restore  the  screen
-       after  an  <STRONG>rmcup</STRONG>  sequence  is output (to the state prior to outputting
+       nal  for cursor addressing to work properly.  This is also used for the
+       TEKTRONIX 4025, where <STRONG>smcup</STRONG> sets the command character to  be  the  one
+       used  by  terminfo.   If the <STRONG>smcup</STRONG> sequence will not restore the screen
+       after an <STRONG>rmcup</STRONG> sequence is output (to the  state  prior  to  outputting
        <STRONG>rmcup</STRONG>), specify <STRONG>nrrmc</STRONG>.
 
 
 </PRE><H3><a name="h3-Area-Clears">Area Clears</a></H3><PRE>
-       If the terminal can clear from the current position to the end  of  the
-       line,  leaving  the cursor where it is, this should be given as <STRONG>el</STRONG>.  If
-       the terminal can clear from the beginning of the line  to  the  current
-       position  inclusive,  leaving  the  cursor  where it is, this should be
-       given as <STRONG>el1</STRONG>.  If the terminal can clear from the current  position  to
-       the  end  of  the display, then this should be given as <STRONG>ed</STRONG>.  <STRONG>Ed</STRONG> is only
+       If  the  terminal can clear from the current position to the end of the
+       line, leaving the cursor where it is, this should be given as  <STRONG>el</STRONG>.   If
+       the  terminal  can  clear from the beginning of the line to the current
+       position inclusive, leaving the cursor where  it  is,  this  should  be
+       given  as  <STRONG>el1</STRONG>.  If the terminal can clear from the current position to
+       the end of the display, then this should be given as <STRONG>ed</STRONG>.   <STRONG>Ed</STRONG>  is  only
        defined from the first column of a line.  (Thus, it can be simulated by
        a request to delete a large number of lines, if a true <STRONG>ed</STRONG> is not avail-
        able.)
 
 
 </PRE><H3><a name="h3-Insert_delete-line-and-vertical-motions">Insert/delete line and vertical motions</a></H3><PRE>
-       If the terminal can open a new blank line before  the  line  where  the
-       cursor  is,  this  should  be  given as <STRONG>il1</STRONG>; this is done only from the
-       first position of a line.  The cursor must then  appear  on  the  newly
-       blank  line.   If  the terminal can delete the line which the cursor is
-       on, then this should be given as <STRONG>dl1</STRONG>; this is done only from the  first
+       If  the  terminal  can  open a new blank line before the line where the
+       cursor is, this should be given as <STRONG>il1</STRONG>; this  is  done  only  from  the
+       first  position  of  a  line.  The cursor must then appear on the newly
+       blank line.  If the terminal can delete the line which  the  cursor  is
+       on,  then this should be given as <STRONG>dl1</STRONG>; this is done only from the first
        position on the line to be deleted.  Versions of <STRONG>il1</STRONG> and <STRONG>dl1</STRONG> which take
        a single parameter and insert or delete that many lines can be given as
        <STRONG>il</STRONG> and <STRONG>dl</STRONG>.
 
-       If  the  terminal  has a settable scrolling region (like the vt100) the
-       command to set this can be described with  the  <STRONG>csr</STRONG>  capability,  which
+       If the terminal has a settable scrolling region (like  the  vt100)  the
+       command  to  set  this  can be described with the <STRONG>csr</STRONG> capability, which
        takes two parameters: the top and bottom lines of the scrolling region.
        The cursor position is, alas, undefined after using this command.
 
-       It is possible to get the effect of insert or delete line using <STRONG>csr</STRONG>  on
-       a  properly chosen region; the <STRONG>sc</STRONG> and <STRONG>rc</STRONG> (save and restore cursor) com-
-       mands may be useful for ensuring that  your  synthesized  insert/delete
-       string  does  not  move the cursor.  (Note that the <STRONG><A HREF="ncurses.3x.html">ncurses(3x)</A></STRONG> library
-       does  this  synthesis  automatically,   so   you   need   not   compose
+       It  is possible to get the effect of insert or delete line using <STRONG>csr</STRONG> on
+       a properly chosen region; the <STRONG>sc</STRONG> and <STRONG>rc</STRONG> (save and restore cursor)  com-
+       mands  may  be  useful for ensuring that your synthesized insert/delete
+       string does not move the cursor.  (Note that  the  <STRONG><A HREF="ncurses.3x.html">ncurses(3x)</A></STRONG>  library
+       does   this   synthesis   automatically,   so   you  need  not  compose
        insert/delete strings for an entry with <STRONG>csr</STRONG>).
 
        Yet another way to construct insert and delete might be to use a combi-
-       nation of index with the memory-lock feature found  on  some  terminals
+       nation  of  index  with the memory-lock feature found on some terminals
        (like the HP-700/90 series, which however also has insert/delete).
 
-       Inserting  lines  at  the  top or bottom of the screen can also be done
-       using <STRONG>ri</STRONG> or <STRONG>ind</STRONG> on many terminals without a  true  insert/delete  line,
+       Inserting lines at the top or bottom of the screen  can  also  be  done
+       using  <STRONG>ri</STRONG>  or  <STRONG>ind</STRONG> on many terminals without a true insert/delete line,
        and is often faster even on terminals with those features.
 
        The boolean <STRONG>non_dest_scroll_region</STRONG> should be set if each scrolling win-
-       dow is effectively a view port on a screen-sized canvas.  To  test  for
+       dow  is  effectively a view port on a screen-sized canvas.  To test for
        this capability, create a scrolling region in the middle of the screen,
-       write something to the bottom line, move the cursor to the top  of  the
+       write  something  to the bottom line, move the cursor to the top of the
        region, and do <STRONG>ri</STRONG> followed by <STRONG>dl1</STRONG> or <STRONG>ind</STRONG>.  If the data scrolled off the
-       bottom of the region by the  <STRONG>ri</STRONG>  re-appears,  then  scrolling  is  non-
-       destructive.   System  V  and XSI Curses expect that <STRONG>ind</STRONG>, <STRONG>ri</STRONG>, <STRONG>indn</STRONG>, and
-       <STRONG>rin</STRONG> will simulate destructive scrolling; their  documentation  cautions
-       you  not to define <STRONG>csr</STRONG> unless this is true.  This <STRONG>curses</STRONG> implementation
+       bottom  of  the  region  by  the  <STRONG>ri</STRONG> re-appears, then scrolling is non-
+       destructive.  System V and XSI Curses expect that <STRONG>ind</STRONG>,  <STRONG>ri</STRONG>,  <STRONG>indn</STRONG>,  and
+       <STRONG>rin</STRONG>  will  simulate destructive scrolling; their documentation cautions
+       you not to define <STRONG>csr</STRONG> unless this is true.  This <STRONG>curses</STRONG>  implementation
        is more liberal and will do explicit erases after scrolling if <STRONG>ndsrc</STRONG> is
        defined.
 
-       If  the  terminal has the ability to define a window as part of memory,
-       which all commands affect, it should  be  given  as  the  parameterized
-       string  <STRONG>wind</STRONG>.  The four parameters are the starting and ending lines in
+       If the terminal has the ability to define a window as part  of  memory,
+       which  all  commands  affect,  it  should be given as the parameterized
+       string <STRONG>wind</STRONG>.  The four parameters are the starting and ending lines  in
        memory and the starting and ending columns in memory, in that order.
 
        If the terminal can retain display memory above, then the <STRONG>da</STRONG> capability
-       should  be  given;  if  display  memory  can be retained below, then <STRONG>db</STRONG>
-       should be given.  These indicate that deleting a line or scrolling  may
-       bring  non-blank lines up from below or that scrolling back with <STRONG>ri</STRONG> may
+       should be given; if display memory  can  be  retained  below,  then  <STRONG>db</STRONG>
+       should  be given.  These indicate that deleting a line or scrolling may
+       bring non-blank lines up from below or that scrolling back with <STRONG>ri</STRONG>  may
        bring down non-blank lines.
 
 
 </PRE><H3><a name="h3-Insert_Delete-Character">Insert/Delete Character</a></H3><PRE>
-       There are two basic kinds of  intelligent  terminals  with  respect  to
-       insert/delete  character  which  can  be described using <EM>terminfo.</EM>  The
-       most common insert/delete character operations affect only the  charac-
-       ters  on  the current line and shift characters off the end of the line
+       There  are  two  basic  kinds  of intelligent terminals with respect to
+       insert/delete character which can be  described  using  <EM>terminfo.</EM>   The
+       most  common insert/delete character operations affect only the charac-
+       ters on the current line and shift characters off the end of  the  line
        rigidly.  Other terminals, such as the Concept 100 and the Perkin Elmer
        Owl, make a distinction between typed and untyped blanks on the screen,
-       shifting upon an insert or delete only  to  an  untyped  blank  on  the
+       shifting  upon  an  insert  or  delete  only to an untyped blank on the
        screen which is either eliminated, or expanded to two untyped blanks.
 
-       You  can determine the kind of terminal you have by clearing the screen
-       and then typing text separated by cursor  motions.   Type  "abc    def"
-       using  local  cursor  motions  (not  spaces)  between the "abc" and the
-       "def".  Then position the cursor before the "abc" and put the  terminal
-       in  insert  mode.   If typing characters causes the rest of the line to
-       shift rigidly and characters to fall off the end,  then  your  terminal
-       does  not  distinguish  between  blanks  and untyped positions.  If the
-       "abc" shifts over to the "def" which then move together around the  end
-       of  the current line and onto the next as you insert, you have the sec-
-       ond type of terminal, and should give the capability <STRONG>in</STRONG>,  which  stands
+       You can determine the kind of terminal you have by clearing the  screen
+       and  then  typing  text separated by cursor motions.  Type "abc    def"
+       using local cursor motions (not  spaces)  between  the  "abc"  and  the
+       "def".   Then position the cursor before the "abc" and put the terminal
+       in insert mode.  If typing characters causes the rest of  the  line  to
+       shift  rigidly  and  characters to fall off the end, then your terminal
+       does not distinguish between blanks  and  untyped  positions.   If  the
+       "abc"  shifts over to the "def" which then move together around the end
+       of the current line and onto the next as you insert, you have the  sec-
+       ond  type  of terminal, and should give the capability <STRONG>in</STRONG>, which stands
        for "insert null".
 
-       While  these  are  two  logically  separate attributes (one line versus
-       multi-line insert mode, and special treatment  of  untyped  spaces)  we
-       have  seen  no terminals whose insert mode cannot be described with the
+       While these are two logically  separate  attributes  (one  line  versus
+       multi-line  insert  mode,  and  special treatment of untyped spaces) we
+       have seen no terminals whose insert mode cannot be described  with  the
        single attribute.
 
-       Terminfo can describe both terminals which have  an  insert  mode,  and
-       terminals  which send a simple sequence to open a blank position on the
+       Terminfo  can  describe  both  terminals which have an insert mode, and
+       terminals which send a simple sequence to open a blank position on  the
        current line.  Give as <STRONG>smir</STRONG> the sequence to get into insert mode.  Give
-       as  <STRONG>rmir</STRONG>  the  sequence  to  leave  insert  mode.  Now give as <STRONG>ich1</STRONG> any
-       sequence needed to be sent just before  sending  the  character  to  be
-       inserted.   Most  terminals with a true insert mode will not give <STRONG>ich1</STRONG>;
-       terminals which send a sequence to open a screen position  should  give
+       as <STRONG>rmir</STRONG> the sequence to leave  insert  mode.   Now  give  as  <STRONG>ich1</STRONG>  any
+       sequence  needed  to  be  sent  just before sending the character to be
+       inserted.  Most terminals with a true insert mode will not  give  <STRONG>ich1</STRONG>;
+       terminals  which  send a sequence to open a screen position should give
        it here.
 
-       If  your  terminal has both, insert mode is usually preferable to <STRONG>ich1</STRONG>.
-       Technically, you should not give  both  unless  the  terminal  actually
-       requires  both to be used in combination.  Accordingly, some non-curses
-       applications get confused if both are present; the symptom  is  doubled
-       characters  in  an  update using insert.  This requirement is now rare;
-       most <STRONG>ich</STRONG> sequences do not require previous smir, and most  smir  insert
-       modes  do  not  require <STRONG>ich1</STRONG> before each character.  Therefore, the new
-       <STRONG>curses</STRONG> actually assumes this is the case and uses either  <STRONG>rmir</STRONG>/<STRONG>smir</STRONG>  or
-       <STRONG>ich</STRONG>/<STRONG>ich1</STRONG>  as appropriate (but not both).  If you have to write an entry
-       to be used under new curses for a terminal old  enough  to  need  both,
+       If your terminal has both, insert mode is usually preferable  to  <STRONG>ich1</STRONG>.
+       Technically,  you  should  not  give  both unless the terminal actually
+       requires both to be used in combination.  Accordingly, some  non-curses
+       applications  get  confused if both are present; the symptom is doubled
+       characters in an update using insert.  This requirement  is  now  rare;
+       most  <STRONG>ich</STRONG>  sequences do not require previous smir, and most smir insert
+       modes do not require <STRONG>ich1</STRONG> before each character.   Therefore,  the  new
+       <STRONG>curses</STRONG>  actually  assumes this is the case and uses either <STRONG>rmir</STRONG>/<STRONG>smir</STRONG> or
+       <STRONG>ich</STRONG>/<STRONG>ich1</STRONG> as appropriate (but not both).  If you have to write an  entry
+       to  be  used  under  new curses for a terminal old enough to need both,
        include the <STRONG>rmir</STRONG>/<STRONG>smir</STRONG> sequences in <STRONG>ich1</STRONG>.
 
        If post insert padding is needed, give this as a number of milliseconds
-       in <STRONG>ip</STRONG> (a string option).  Any other sequence which may need to be  sent
+       in  <STRONG>ip</STRONG> (a string option).  Any other sequence which may need to be sent
        after an insert of a single character may also be given in <STRONG>ip</STRONG>.  If your
-       terminal needs both to be placed into an "insert mode"  and  a  special
-       code  to  precede each inserted character, then both <STRONG>smir</STRONG>/<STRONG>rmir</STRONG> and <STRONG>ich1</STRONG>
-       can be given, and both will be used.   The  <STRONG>ich</STRONG>  capability,  with  one
+       terminal  needs  both  to be placed into an "insert mode" and a special
+       code to precede each inserted character, then both <STRONG>smir</STRONG>/<STRONG>rmir</STRONG>  and  <STRONG>ich1</STRONG>
+       can  be  given,  and  both  will be used.  The <STRONG>ich</STRONG> capability, with one
        parameter, <EM>n</EM>, will repeat the effects of <STRONG>ich1</STRONG> <EM>n</EM> times.
 
-       If  padding  is  necessary between characters typed while not in insert
+       If padding is necessary between characters typed while  not  in  insert
        mode, give this as a number of milliseconds padding in <STRONG>rmp</STRONG>.
 
-       It is occasionally necessary to move around while  in  insert  mode  to
-       delete  characters  on the same line (e.g., if there is a tab after the
-       insertion position).  If your terminal allows motion  while  in  insert
-       mode  you  can  give  the  capability <STRONG>mir</STRONG> to speed up inserting in this
-       case.  Omitting <STRONG>mir</STRONG> will affect only speed.   Some  terminals  (notably
-       Datamedia's)  must  not  have  <STRONG>mir</STRONG> because of the way their insert mode
+       It  is  occasionally  necessary  to move around while in insert mode to
+       delete characters on the same line (e.g., if there is a tab  after  the
+       insertion  position).   If  your terminal allows motion while in insert
+       mode you can give the capability <STRONG>mir</STRONG> to  speed  up  inserting  in  this
+       case.   Omitting  <STRONG>mir</STRONG>  will affect only speed.  Some terminals (notably
+       Datamedia's) must not have <STRONG>mir</STRONG> because of the  way  their  insert  mode
        works.
 
-       Finally, you can specify <STRONG>dch1</STRONG> to delete a single  character,  <STRONG>dch</STRONG>  with
-       one  parameter,  <EM>n</EM>,  to  delete <EM>n</EM> <EM>characters,</EM> and delete mode by giving
-       <STRONG>smdc</STRONG> and <STRONG>rmdc</STRONG> to enter and exit delete  mode  (any  mode  the  terminal
+       Finally,  you  can  specify <STRONG>dch1</STRONG> to delete a single character, <STRONG>dch</STRONG> with
+       one parameter, <EM>n</EM>, to delete <EM>n</EM> <EM>characters,</EM> and  delete  mode  by  giving
+       <STRONG>smdc</STRONG>  and  <STRONG>rmdc</STRONG>  to  enter  and exit delete mode (any mode the terminal
        needs to be placed in for <STRONG>dch1</STRONG> to work).
 
-       A  command  to  erase  <EM>n</EM>  characters (equivalent to outputting <EM>n</EM> blanks
+       A command to erase <EM>n</EM> characters  (equivalent  to  outputting  <EM>n</EM>  blanks
        without moving the cursor) can be given as <STRONG>ech</STRONG> with one parameter.
 
 
 </PRE><H3><a name="h3-Highlighting_-Underlining_-and-Visible-Bells">Highlighting, Underlining, and Visible Bells</a></H3><PRE>
        If your terminal has one or more kinds of display attributes, these can
-       be  represented  in  a number of different ways.  You should choose one
-       display form as <EM>standout</EM> <EM>mode</EM>,  representing  a  good,  high  contrast,
-       easy-on-the-eyes,  format  for  highlighting  error  messages and other
-       attention getters.  (If you have a choice,  reverse  video  plus  half-
-       bright  is  good,  or reverse video alone.)  The sequences to enter and
-       exit standout mode are given as <STRONG>smso</STRONG> and <STRONG>rmso</STRONG>,  respectively.   If  the
-       code  to  change  into  or  out of standout mode leaves one or even two
-       blank spaces on the screen, as the TVI 912 and Teleray  1061  do,  then
+       be represented in a number of different ways.  You  should  choose  one
+       display  form  as  <EM>standout</EM>  <EM>mode</EM>,  representing a good, high contrast,
+       easy-on-the-eyes, format for  highlighting  error  messages  and  other
+       attention  getters.   (If  you  have a choice, reverse video plus half-
+       bright is good, or reverse video alone.)  The sequences  to  enter  and
+       exit  standout  mode  are given as <STRONG>smso</STRONG> and <STRONG>rmso</STRONG>, respectively.  If the
+       code to change into or out of standout mode  leaves  one  or  even  two
+       blank  spaces  on  the screen, as the TVI 912 and Teleray 1061 do, then
        <STRONG>xmc</STRONG> should be given to tell how many spaces are left.
 
        Codes to begin underlining and end underlining can be given as <STRONG>smul</STRONG> and
        <STRONG>rmul</STRONG> respectively.  If the terminal has a code to underline the current
-       character  and  move  the  cursor  one  space to the right, such as the
+       character and move the cursor one space  to  the  right,  such  as  the
        Microterm Mime, this can be given as <STRONG>uc</STRONG>.
 
-       Other capabilities to enter various highlighting  modes  include  <STRONG>blink</STRONG>
-       (blinking)  <STRONG>bold</STRONG>  (bold or extra bright) <STRONG>dim</STRONG> (dim or half-bright) <STRONG>invis</STRONG>
-       (blanking or invisible text) <STRONG>prot</STRONG> (protected) <STRONG>rev</STRONG> (reverse video)  <STRONG>sgr0</STRONG>
-       (turn  off  <EM>all</EM>  attribute  modes) <STRONG>smacs</STRONG> (enter alternate character set
+       Other  capabilities  to  enter various highlighting modes include <STRONG>blink</STRONG>
+       (blinking) <STRONG>bold</STRONG> (bold or extra bright) <STRONG>dim</STRONG> (dim or  half-bright)  <STRONG>invis</STRONG>
+       (blanking  or invisible text) <STRONG>prot</STRONG> (protected) <STRONG>rev</STRONG> (reverse video) <STRONG>sgr0</STRONG>
+       (turn off <EM>all</EM> attribute modes) <STRONG>smacs</STRONG>  (enter  alternate  character  set
        mode) and <STRONG>rmacs</STRONG> (exit alternate character set mode).  Turning on any of
        these modes singly may or may not turn off other modes.
 
-       If  there  is  a  sequence to set arbitrary combinations of modes, this
-       should be given as <STRONG>sgr</STRONG> (set attributes),  taking  9  parameters.   Each
-       parameter  is either 0 or nonzero, as the corresponding attribute is on
-       or off.  The 9 parameters are, in order: standout, underline,  reverse,
-       blink,  dim,  bold,  blank,  protect, alternate character set.  Not all
+       If there is a sequence to set arbitrary  combinations  of  modes,  this
+       should  be  given  as  <STRONG>sgr</STRONG> (set attributes), taking 9 parameters.  Each
+       parameter is either 0 or nonzero, as the corresponding attribute is  on
+       or  off.  The 9 parameters are, in order: standout, underline, reverse,
+       blink, dim, bold, blank, protect, alternate  character  set.   Not  all
        modes need be supported by <STRONG>sgr</STRONG>, only those for which corresponding sep-
        arate attribute commands exist.
 
        For example, the DEC vt220 supports most of the modes:
 
-              <STRONG>tparm</STRONG> <STRONG>parameter</STRONG>      <STRONG>attribute</STRONG>        <STRONG>escape</STRONG> <STRONG>sequence</STRONG>
-
-              none                 none             \E[0m
-              p1                   standout         \E[0;1;7m
-              p2                   underline        \E[0;4m
-              p3                   reverse          \E[0;7m
-              p4                   blink            \E[0;5m
-              p5                   dim              not available
-              p6                   bold             \E[0;1m
-              p7                   invis            \E[0;8m
-              p8                   protect          not used
-              p9                   altcharset       ^O (off) ^N (on)
-
-       We  begin each escape sequence by turning off any existing modes, since
-       there is no quick way to determine whether they are  active.   Standout
-       is  set up to be the combination of reverse and bold.  The vt220 termi-
-       nal has a protect mode, though it is not commonly used in  sgr  because
-       it  protects  characters  on  the screen from the host's erasures.  The
-       altcharset mode also is different in  that  it  is  either  ^O  or  ^N,
-       depending  on whether it is off or on.  If all modes are turned on, the
+               <STRONG>tparm</STRONG> <STRONG>parameter</STRONG>      <STRONG>attribute</STRONG>        <STRONG>escape</STRONG> <STRONG>sequence</STRONG>
+
+               none                 none             \E[0m
+               p1                   standout         \E[0;1;7m
+               p2                   underline        \E[0;4m
+               p3                   reverse          \E[0;7m
+               p4                   blink            \E[0;5m
+               p5                   dim              not available
+               p6                   bold             \E[0;1m
+               p7                   invis            \E[0;8m
+               p8                   protect          not used
+               p9                   altcharset       ^O (off) ^N (on)
+
+       We begin each escape sequence by turning off any existing modes,  since
+       there  is  no quick way to determine whether they are active.  Standout
+       is set up to be the combination of reverse and bold.  The vt220  termi-
+       nal  has  a protect mode, though it is not commonly used in sgr because
+       it protects characters on the screen from  the  host's  erasures.   The
+       altcharset  mode  also  is  different  in  that  it is either ^O or ^N,
+       depending on whether it is off or on.  If all modes are turned on,  the
        resulting sequence is \E[0;1;4;5;7;8m^N.
 
-       Some sequences are common to different modes.  For example, ;7 is  out-
-       put  when  either  p1  or  p3  is  true, that is, if either standout or
+       Some  sequences are common to different modes.  For example, ;7 is out-
+       put when either p1 or p3 is  true,  that  is,  if  either  standout  or
        reverse modes are turned on.
 
        Writing out the above sequences, along with their dependencies yields
            sgr=\E[0%?%p1%p6%|%t;1%;%?%p2%t;4%;%?%p4%t;5%;
                %?%p1%p3%|%t;7%;%?%p7%t;8%;m%?%p9%t\016%e\017%;,
 
-       Remember that if you specify sgr, you must also  specify  sgr0.   Also,
-       some  implementations  rely on sgr being given if sgr0 is, Not all ter-
-       minfo entries necessarily have an sgr string, however.   Many  terminfo
+       Remember  that  if  you specify sgr, you must also specify sgr0.  Also,
+       some implementations rely on sgr being given if sgr0 is, Not  all  ter-
+       minfo  entries  necessarily have an sgr string, however.  Many terminfo
        entries are derived from termcap entries which have no sgr string.  The
        only drawback to adding an sgr string is that termcap also assumes that
        sgr0 does not exit alternate character set mode.
 
-       Terminals  with  the "magic cookie" glitch (<STRONG>xmc</STRONG>) deposit special "cook-
+       Terminals with the "magic cookie" glitch (<STRONG>xmc</STRONG>) deposit  special  "cook-
        ies" when they receive mode-setting sequences, which affect the display
-       algorithm  rather than having extra bits for each character.  Some ter-
-       minals, such as the HP 2621, automatically  leave  standout  mode  when
-       they  move  to  a  new line or the cursor is addressed.  Programs using
-       standout mode should exit standout mode before  moving  the  cursor  or
-       sending  a  newline,  unless  the <STRONG>msgr</STRONG> capability, asserting that it is
+       algorithm rather than having extra bits for each character.  Some  ter-
+       minals,  such  as  the  HP 2621, automatically leave standout mode when
+       they move to a new line or the cursor  is  addressed.   Programs  using
+       standout  mode  should  exit  standout mode before moving the cursor or
+       sending a newline, unless the <STRONG>msgr</STRONG> capability,  asserting  that  it  is
        safe to move in standout mode, is present.
 
-       If the terminal has a way of flashing the screen to indicate  an  error
-       quietly  (a  bell replacement) then this can be given as <STRONG>flash</STRONG>; it must
+       If  the  terminal has a way of flashing the screen to indicate an error
+       quietly (a bell replacement) then this can be given as <STRONG>flash</STRONG>;  it  must
        not move the cursor.
 
-       If the cursor needs to be made more visible than normal when it is  not
+       If  the cursor needs to be made more visible than normal when it is not
        on the bottom line (to make, for example, a non-blinking underline into
-       an easier to find block or blinking underline) give  this  sequence  as
+       an  easier  to  find block or blinking underline) give this sequence as
        <STRONG>cvvis</STRONG>.  If there is a way to make the cursor completely invisible, give
-       that as <STRONG>civis</STRONG>.  The capability <STRONG>cnorm</STRONG> should be given which  undoes  the
+       that  as  <STRONG>civis</STRONG>.  The capability <STRONG>cnorm</STRONG> should be given which undoes the
        effects of both of these modes.
 
-       If  your  terminal  correctly  generates underlined characters (with no
-       special codes needed) even though it  does  not  overstrike,  then  you
-       should  give  the  capability  <STRONG>ul</STRONG>.  If a character overstriking another
-       leaves both characters on the screen, specify the  capability  <STRONG>os</STRONG>.   If
+       If your terminal correctly generates  underlined  characters  (with  no
+       special  codes  needed)  even  though  it does not overstrike, then you
+       should give the capability <STRONG>ul</STRONG>.  If  a  character  overstriking  another
+       leaves  both  characters  on the screen, specify the capability <STRONG>os</STRONG>.  If
        overstrikes are erasable with a blank, then this should be indicated by
        giving <STRONG>eo</STRONG>.
 
 
 </PRE><H3><a name="h3-Keypad-and-Function-Keys">Keypad and Function Keys</a></H3><PRE>
-       If the terminal has a keypad that transmits codes  when  the  keys  are
-       pressed,  this  information can be given.  Note that it is not possible
+       If  the  terminal  has  a keypad that transmits codes when the keys are
+       pressed, this information can be given.  Note that it is  not  possible
        to handle terminals where the keypad only works in local (this applies,
-       for  example, to the unshifted HP 2621 keys).  If the keypad can be set
+       for example, to the unshifted HP 2621 keys).  If the keypad can be  set
        to transmit or not transmit, give these codes as <STRONG>smkx</STRONG> and <STRONG>rmkx</STRONG>.  Other-
        wise the keypad is assumed to always transmit.
 
-       The  codes  sent  by the left arrow, right arrow, up arrow, down arrow,
-       and home keys can be given as <STRONG>kcub1,</STRONG> <STRONG>kcuf1,</STRONG>  <STRONG>kcuu1,</STRONG>  <STRONG>kcud1,</STRONG>  and  <STRONG>khome</STRONG>
+       The codes sent by the left arrow, right arrow, up  arrow,  down  arrow,
+       and  home  keys  can  be given as <STRONG>kcub1,</STRONG> <STRONG>kcuf1,</STRONG> <STRONG>kcuu1,</STRONG> <STRONG>kcud1,</STRONG> and <STRONG>khome</STRONG>
        respectively.  If there are function keys such as f0, f1, ..., f10, the
-       codes they send can be given as <STRONG>kf0,</STRONG> <STRONG>kf1,</STRONG> <STRONG>...,</STRONG>  <STRONG>kf10</STRONG>.   If  these  keys
-       have  labels  other  than the default f0 through f10, the labels can be
+       codes  they  send  can  be given as <STRONG>kf0,</STRONG> <STRONG>kf1,</STRONG> <STRONG>...,</STRONG> <STRONG>kf10</STRONG>.  If these keys
+       have labels other than the default f0 through f10, the  labels  can  be
        given as <STRONG>lf0,</STRONG> <STRONG>lf1,</STRONG> <STRONG>...,</STRONG> <STRONG>lf10</STRONG>.
 
        The codes transmitted by certain other special keys can be given:
 
        <STRONG>o</STRONG>   <STRONG>khts</STRONG> (set a tab stop in this column).
 
-       In addition, if the keypad has a 3 by 3 array  of  keys  including  the
-       four  arrow  keys,  the  other five keys can be given as <STRONG>ka1</STRONG>, <STRONG>ka3</STRONG>, <STRONG>kb2</STRONG>,
-       <STRONG>kc1</STRONG>, and <STRONG>kc3</STRONG>.  These keys are useful when the  effects  of  a  3  by  3
+       In  addition,  if  the  keypad has a 3 by 3 array of keys including the
+       four arrow keys, the other five keys can be given  as  <STRONG>ka1</STRONG>,  <STRONG>ka3</STRONG>,  <STRONG>kb2</STRONG>,
+       <STRONG>kc1</STRONG>,  and  <STRONG>kc3</STRONG>.   These  keys  are  useful when the effects of a 3 by 3
        directional pad are needed.
 
        Strings to program function keys can be given as <STRONG>pfkey</STRONG>, <STRONG>pfloc</STRONG>, and <STRONG>pfx</STRONG>.
-       A string to program screen labels should be specified as <STRONG>pln</STRONG>.  Each  of
-       these  strings takes two parameters: the function key number to program
+       A  string to program screen labels should be specified as <STRONG>pln</STRONG>.  Each of
+       these strings takes two parameters: the function key number to  program
        (from 0 to 10) and the string to program it with.  Function key numbers
-       out  of  this  range may program undefined keys in a terminal dependent
-       manner.  The difference between the capabilities is that  <STRONG>pfkey</STRONG>  causes
-       pressing  the  given  key  to  be the same as the user typing the given
-       string; <STRONG>pfloc</STRONG> causes the string to  be  executed  by  the  terminal  in
+       out of this range may program undefined keys in  a  terminal  dependent
+       manner.   The  difference between the capabilities is that <STRONG>pfkey</STRONG> causes
+       pressing the given key to be the same as  the  user  typing  the  given
+       string;  <STRONG>pfloc</STRONG>  causes  the  string  to  be executed by the terminal in
        local; and <STRONG>pfx</STRONG> causes the string to be transmitted to the computer.
 
-       The  capabilities  <STRONG>nlab</STRONG>,  <STRONG>lw</STRONG>  and  <STRONG>lh</STRONG> define the number of programmable
-       screen labels and their width and height.  If  there  are  commands  to
-       turn  the  labels on and off, give them in <STRONG>smln</STRONG> and <STRONG>rmln</STRONG>.  <STRONG>smln</STRONG> is nor-
-       mally output after one or more pln sequences  to  make  sure  that  the
+       The capabilities <STRONG>nlab</STRONG>, <STRONG>lw</STRONG> and <STRONG>lh</STRONG>  define  the  number  of  programmable
+       screen  labels  and  their  width and height.  If there are commands to
+       turn the labels on and off, give them in <STRONG>smln</STRONG> and <STRONG>rmln</STRONG>.  <STRONG>smln</STRONG>  is  nor-
+       mally  output  after  one  or  more pln sequences to make sure that the
        change becomes visible.
 
 
 </PRE><H3><a name="h3-Tabs-and-Initialization">Tabs and Initialization</a></H3><PRE>
-       If  the  terminal has hardware tabs, the command to advance to the next
-       tab stop can be given as <STRONG>ht</STRONG> (usually control I).  A "back-tab"  command
-       which moves leftward to the preceding tab stop can be given as <STRONG>cbt</STRONG>.  By
-       convention, if the teletype modes indicate that tabs are being expanded
-       by the computer rather than being sent to the terminal, programs should
-       not use <STRONG>ht</STRONG> or <STRONG>cbt</STRONG> even if they are present, since the user may not have
-       the  tab  stops  properly set.  If the terminal has hardware tabs which
-       are initially set every <EM>n</EM> spaces when the terminal is powered  up,  the
-       numeric  parameter  <STRONG>it</STRONG>  is given, showing the number of spaces the tabs
-       are set to.  This is normally used by the  <STRONG>tset</STRONG>  command  to  determine
-       whether  to set the mode for hardware tab expansion, and whether to set
-       the tab stops.  If the terminal has tab stops that can be saved in non-
-       volatile  memory,  the  terminfo  description  can assume that they are
-       properly set.
-
-       Other capabilities include <STRONG>is1</STRONG>, <STRONG>is2</STRONG>, and  <STRONG>is3</STRONG>,  initialization  strings
-       for  the  terminal, <STRONG>iprog</STRONG>, the path name of a program to be run to ini-
-       tialize the terminal, and <STRONG>if</STRONG>, the name of a file containing  long  ini-
-       tialization  strings.   These  strings are expected to set the terminal
-       into modes consistent with the rest of the terminfo description.   They
-       are  normally sent to the terminal, by the <EM>init</EM> option of the <STRONG>tput</STRONG> pro-
-       gram, each time the user logs in.  They will be printed in the  follow-
-       ing order:
+       A few capabilities are used only for tabs:
+
+       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   If the terminal has hardware tabs, the command to  advance  to  the
+           next tab stop can be given as <STRONG>ht</STRONG> (usually control/I).
+
+       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   A "back-tab" command which moves leftward to the preceding tab stop
+           can be given as <STRONG>cbt</STRONG>.
+
+           By convention, if the teletype modes indicate that tabs  are  being
+           expanded  by  the  computer rather than being sent to the terminal,
+           programs should not use <STRONG>ht</STRONG> or <STRONG>cbt</STRONG> even if they are  present,  since
+           the user may not have the tab stops properly set.
+
+       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   If  the  terminal has hardware tabs which are initially set every <EM>n</EM>
+           spaces when the terminal is powered up, the numeric parameter <STRONG>it</STRONG> is
+           given, showing the number of spaces the tabs are set to.
+
+           The <STRONG>it</STRONG> capability is normally used by the <STRONG>tset</STRONG> command to determine
+           whether to set the mode for hardware tab expansion, and whether  to
+           set the tab stops.  If the terminal has tab stops that can be saved
+           in non-volatile memory, the terminfo description  can  assume  that
+           they are properly set.
+
+       Other capabilities include
+
+       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   <STRONG>is1</STRONG>, <STRONG>is2</STRONG>, and <STRONG>is3</STRONG>, initialization strings for the terminal,
+
+       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   <STRONG>iprog</STRONG>,  the path name of a program to be run to initialize the ter-
+           minal,
+
+       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   and <STRONG>if</STRONG>, the name of a file containing long initialization strings.
+
+       These strings are expected to set the terminal  into  modes  consistent
+       with  the  rest of the terminfo description.  They are normally sent to
+       the terminal, by the <EM>init</EM> option of the <STRONG>tput</STRONG>  program,  each  time  the
+       user logs in.  They will be printed in the following order:
 
               run the program
                      <STRONG>iprog</STRONG>
 
-              output <STRONG>is1</STRONG> <STRONG>is2</STRONG>
+              output
+                     <STRONG>is1</STRONG> and
+                     <STRONG>is2</STRONG>
 
               set the margins using
-                     <STRONG>mgc</STRONG>, <STRONG>smgl</STRONG> and <STRONG>smgr</STRONG>
+                     <STRONG>mgc</STRONG> or
+                     <STRONG>smglp</STRONG> and <STRONG>smgrp</STRONG> or
+                     <STRONG>smgl</STRONG> and <STRONG>smgr</STRONG>
 
               set tabs using
                      <STRONG>tbc</STRONG> and <STRONG>hts</STRONG>
               print the file
                      <STRONG>if</STRONG>
 
-              and finally
-                     output <STRONG>is3</STRONG>.
+              and finally output
+                     <STRONG>is3</STRONG>.
 
        Most  initialization  is  done with <STRONG>is2</STRONG>.  Special terminal modes can be
        set up without duplicating strings by putting the common  sequences  in
 
        A  set  of  sequences  that  does a harder reset from a totally unknown
        state can be given as <STRONG>rs1</STRONG>, <STRONG>rs2</STRONG>, <STRONG>rf</STRONG> and <STRONG>rs3</STRONG>, analogous to <STRONG>is1</STRONG> <STRONG>,</STRONG> <STRONG>is2</STRONG> <STRONG>,</STRONG> <STRONG>if</STRONG>
-       and  <STRONG>is3</STRONG>  respectively.  These strings are output by the <STRONG>reset</STRONG> program,
-       which is used when the terminal gets into a wedged state.  Commands are
-       normally  placed  in  <STRONG>rs1</STRONG>, <STRONG>rs2</STRONG> <STRONG>rs3</STRONG> and <STRONG>rf</STRONG> only if they produce annoying
-       effects on the screen and are not necessary when logging in.  For exam-
-       ple, the command to set the vt100 into 80-column mode would normally be
-       part of <STRONG>is2</STRONG>, but it causes an annoying glitch of the screen and is  not
-       normally  needed  since  the  terminal  is usually already in 80 column
-       mode.
+       and  <STRONG>is3</STRONG>  respectively.   These  strings  are output by <EM>reset</EM> option of
+       <STRONG>tput</STRONG>, or by the <STRONG>reset</STRONG> program (an alias of <STRONG>tset</STRONG>), which  is  used  when
+       the terminal gets into a wedged state.  Commands are normally placed in
+       <STRONG>rs1</STRONG>, <STRONG>rs2</STRONG> <STRONG>rs3</STRONG> and <STRONG>rf</STRONG> only if they produce annoying effects on the screen
+       and are not necessary when logging in.  For example, the command to set
+       the vt100 into 80-column mode would normally be part  of  <STRONG>is2</STRONG>,  but  it
+       causes  an  annoying  glitch  of  the screen and is not normally needed
+       since the terminal is usually already in 80-column mode.
 
        The <STRONG>reset</STRONG> program writes strings including <STRONG>iprog</STRONG>,  etc.,  in  the  same
        order  as  the  <EM>init</EM> program, using <STRONG>rs1</STRONG>, etc., instead of <STRONG>is1</STRONG>, etc.  If
        of every row).  If a more complex sequence is needed to  set  the  tabs
        than can be described by this, the sequence can be placed in <STRONG>is2</STRONG> or <STRONG>if</STRONG>.
 
+       The  <STRONG>tput</STRONG>  <STRONG>reset</STRONG>  command uses the same capability strings as the <STRONG>reset</STRONG>
+       command, although the two programs (<STRONG>tput</STRONG> and <STRONG>reset</STRONG>)  provide  different
+       command-line options.
+
+       In practice, these terminfo capabilities are not often used in initial-
+       ization of tabs (though they are required for the <STRONG>tabs</STRONG> program):
+
+       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   Almost all hardware terminals (at least those which supported tabs)
+           initialized those to every <EM>eight</EM> columns:
+
+           The  only  exception  was  the  AT&amp;T 2300 series, which set tabs to
+           every <EM>five</EM> columns.
+
+       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   In particular, developers of the hardware terminals which are  com-
+           monly  used  as models for modern terminal emulators provided docu-
+           mentation demonstrating that <EM>eight</EM> columns were the standard.
+
+       <STRONG>o</STRONG>   Because of this, the terminal initialization programs <STRONG>tput</STRONG> and <STRONG>tset</STRONG>
+           use   the  <STRONG>tbc</STRONG>  (<STRONG>clear_all_tabs</STRONG>)  and  <STRONG>hts</STRONG>  (<STRONG>set_tab</STRONG>)  capabilities
+           directly only when the <STRONG>it</STRONG> (<STRONG>init_tabs</STRONG>) capability is set to a  value
+           other than <EM>eight</EM>.
+
 
 </PRE><H3><a name="h3-Delays-and-Padding">Delays and Padding</a></H3><PRE>
        Many  older  and slower terminals do not support either XON/XOFF or DTR
        4410v1 added.  This alternate character set may  be  specified  by  the
        <STRONG>acsc</STRONG> capability.
 
-       <STRONG>Glyph</STRONG>                        <STRONG>ACS</STRONG>            <STRONG>Ascii</STRONG>      <STRONG>acsc</STRONG>      <STRONG>acsc</STRONG>
-       <STRONG>Name</STRONG>                         <STRONG>Name</STRONG>           <STRONG>Default</STRONG>    <STRONG>Char</STRONG>      <STRONG>Value</STRONG>
-       ------------------------------------------------------------------------
-       arrow pointing right         ACS_RARROW     &gt;          +         0x2b
-       arrow pointing left          ACS_LARROW     &lt;          ,         0x2c
-       arrow pointing up            ACS_UARROW     ^          -         0x2d
-       arrow pointing down          ACS_DARROW     v          .         0x2e
-       solid square block           ACS_BLOCK      #          0         0x30
-       diamond                      ACS_DIAMOND    +          `         0x60
-       checker board (stipple)      ACS_CKBOARD    :          a         0x61
-       degree symbol                ACS_DEGREE     \          f         0x66
-       plus/minus                   ACS_PLMINUS    #          g         0x67
-       board of squares             ACS_BOARD      #          h         0x68
-
-       lantern symbol               ACS_LANTERN    #          i         0x69
-       lower right corner           ACS_LRCORNER   +          j         0x6a
-       upper right corner           ACS_URCORNER   +          k         0x6b
-       upper left corner            ACS_ULCORNER   +          l         0x6c
-       lower left corner            ACS_LLCORNER   +          m         0x6d
-       large plus or crossover      ACS_PLUS       +          n         0x6e
-       scan line 1                  ACS_S1         ~          o         0x6f
-       scan line 3                  ACS_S3         -          p         0x70
-       horizontal line              ACS_HLINE      -          q         0x71
-       scan line 7                  ACS_S7         -          r         0x72
-       scan line 9                  ACS_S9         _          s         0x73
-       tee pointing right           ACS_LTEE       +          t         0x74
-       tee pointing left            ACS_RTEE       +          u         0x75
-       tee pointing up              ACS_BTEE       +          v         0x76
-       tee pointing down            ACS_TTEE       +          w         0x77
-       vertical line                ACS_VLINE      |          x         0x78
-       less-than-or-equal-to        ACS_LEQUAL     &lt;          y         0x79
-       greater-than-or-equal-to     ACS_GEQUAL     &gt;          z         0x7a
-       greek pi                     ACS_PI         *          {         0x7b
-       not-equal                    ACS_NEQUAL     !          |         0x7c
-       UK pound sign                ACS_STERLING   f          }         0x7d
-       bullet                       ACS_BULLET     o          ~         0x7e
+         <STRONG>Glyph</STRONG>                       <STRONG>ACS</STRONG>            <STRONG>Ascii</STRONG>     <STRONG>acsc</STRONG>     <STRONG>acsc</STRONG>
+         <STRONG>Name</STRONG>                        <STRONG>Name</STRONG>           <STRONG>Default</STRONG>   <STRONG>Char</STRONG>     <STRONG>Value</STRONG>
+         --------------------------------------------------------------------
+         arrow pointing right        ACS_RARROW     &gt;         +        0x2b
+         arrow pointing left         ACS_LARROW     &lt;         ,        0x2c
+         arrow pointing up           ACS_UARROW     ^         -        0x2d
+         arrow pointing down         ACS_DARROW     v         .        0x2e
+         solid square block          ACS_BLOCK      #         0        0x30
+         diamond                     ACS_DIAMOND    +         `        0x60
+         checker board (stipple)     ACS_CKBOARD    :         a        0x61
+         degree symbol               ACS_DEGREE     \         f        0x66
+         plus/minus                  ACS_PLMINUS    #         g        0x67
+         board of squares            ACS_BOARD      #         h        0x68
+         lantern symbol              ACS_LANTERN    #         i        0x69
+         lower right corner          ACS_LRCORNER   +         j        0x6a
+         upper right corner          ACS_URCORNER   +         k        0x6b
+         upper left corner           ACS_ULCORNER   +         l        0x6c
+         lower left corner           ACS_LLCORNER   +         m        0x6d
+         large plus or crossover     ACS_PLUS       +         n        0x6e
+         scan line 1                 ACS_S1         ~         o        0x6f
+         scan line 3                 ACS_S3         -         p        0x70
+         horizontal line             ACS_HLINE      -         q        0x71
+         scan line 7                 ACS_S7         -         r        0x72
+         scan line 9                 ACS_S9         _         s        0x73
+         tee pointing right          ACS_LTEE       +         t        0x74
+         tee pointing left           ACS_RTEE       +         u        0x75
+         tee pointing up             ACS_BTEE       +         v        0x76
+         tee pointing down           ACS_TTEE       +         w        0x77
+         vertical line               ACS_VLINE      |         x        0x78
+         less-than-or-equal-to       ACS_LEQUAL     &lt;         y        0x79
+         greater-than-or-equal-to    ACS_GEQUAL     &gt;         z        0x7a
+         greek pi                    ACS_PI         *         {        0x7b
+         not-equal                   ACS_NEQUAL     !         |        0x7c
+         UK pound sign               ACS_STERLING   f         }        0x7d
+         bullet                      ACS_BULLET     o         ~        0x7e
 
        A few notes apply to the table itself:
 
        attributes not to be used when colors are enabled.  The  correspondence
        with the attributes understood by <STRONG>curses</STRONG> is as follows:
 
-                <STRONG>Attribute</STRONG>              <STRONG>Bit</STRONG>   <STRONG>Decimal</STRONG>      <STRONG>Set</STRONG> <STRONG>by</STRONG>
-                A_STANDOUT             0     1            sgr
-                A_UNDERLINE            1     2            sgr
-                A_REVERSE              2     4            sgr
-                A_BLINK                3     8            sgr
-                A_DIM                  4     16           sgr
-                A_BOLD                 5     32           sgr
-                A_INVIS                6     64           sgr
-                A_PROTECT              7     128          sgr
-                A_ALTCHARSET           8     256          sgr
-                A_HORIZONTAL           9     512          sgr1
-                A_LEFT                 10    1024         sgr1
-                A_LOW                  11    2048         sgr1
-                A_RIGHT                12    4096         sgr1
-                A_TOP                  13    8192         sgr1
-                A_VERTICAL             14    16384        sgr1
-                A_ITALIC               15    32768        sitm
+                  <STRONG>Attribute</STRONG>              <STRONG>Bit</STRONG>   <STRONG>Decimal</STRONG>      <STRONG>Set</STRONG> <STRONG>by</STRONG>
+                  A_STANDOUT             0     1            sgr
+                  A_UNDERLINE            1     2            sgr
+                  A_REVERSE              2     4            sgr
+                  A_BLINK                3     8            sgr
+                  A_DIM                  4     16           sgr
+                  A_BOLD                 5     32           sgr
+                  A_INVIS                6     64           sgr
+                  A_PROTECT              7     128          sgr
+
+                  A_ALTCHARSET           8     256          sgr
+                  A_HORIZONTAL           9     512          sgr1
+                  A_LEFT                 10    1024         sgr1
+                  A_LOW                  11    2048         sgr1
+                  A_RIGHT                12    4096         sgr1
+                  A_TOP                  13    8192         sgr1
+                  A_VERTICAL             14    16384        sgr1
+                  A_ITALIC               15    32768        sitm
 
        For  example, on many IBM PC consoles, the underline attribute collides
        with the foreground color blue and is  not  available  in  color  mode.
        with <STRONG>hu</STRONG> (half-line up) and <STRONG>hd</STRONG> (half-line down).  This is primarily use-
        ful for superscripts and subscripts on hard-copy terminals.  If a hard-
        copy  terminal  can eject to the next page (form feed), give this as <STRONG>ff</STRONG>
-       (usually control L).
+       (usually control/L).
 
        If there is a command to repeat a given character  a  given  number  of
        times  (to  save  time transmitting a large number of identical charac-
        ncurses implementation ignores this glitch.
 
        The Beehive Superbee, which is unable to correctly transmit the  escape
-       or  control  C  characters, has <STRONG>xsb</STRONG>, indicating that the f1 key is used
-       for escape and f2 for control C.  (Only  certain  Superbees  have  this
+       or  control/C  characters,  has <STRONG>xsb</STRONG>, indicating that the f1 key is used
+       for escape and f2 for control/C.  (Only  certain  Superbees  have  this
        problem,  depending on the ROM.)  Note that in older terminfo versions,
        this capability was called "beehive_glitch"; it is now "no_esc_ctl_c".
 
 
 
 </PRE><H2><a name="h2-FILES">FILES</a></H2><PRE>
-       /usr/local/ncurses/lib/terminfo/?/*
-                                files containing terminal descriptions
+       /usr/share/terminfo/?/*  files containing terminal descriptions
 
 
 </PRE><H2><a name="h2-SEE-ALSO">SEE ALSO</a></H2><PRE>
-       <STRONG><A HREF="tic.1m.html">tic(1m)</A></STRONG>, <STRONG><A HREF="infocmp.1m.html">infocmp(1m)</A></STRONG>, <STRONG><A HREF="ncurses.3x.html">curses(3x)</A></STRONG>, <STRONG><A HREF="curs_color.3x.html">curs_color(3x)</A></STRONG>,  <STRONG>printf(3)</STRONG>,  <STRONG><A HREF="term.5.html">term(5)</A></STRONG>.
-       <STRONG><A HREF="term_variables.3x.html">term_variables(3x)</A></STRONG>.  <STRONG><A HREF="user_caps.5.html">user_caps(5)</A></STRONG>.
+       <STRONG><A HREF="tabs.1.html">tabs(1)</A></STRONG>, <STRONG><A HREF="tic.1m.html">tic(1m)</A></STRONG>, <STRONG><A HREF="infocmp.1m.html">infocmp(1m)</A></STRONG>, <STRONG><A HREF="ncurses.3x.html">curses(3x)</A></STRONG>,  <STRONG><A HREF="curs_color.3x.html">curs_color(3x)</A></STRONG>,  <STRONG>curs_vari-</STRONG>
+       <STRONG><A HREF="curs_variables.3x.html">ables(3x)</A></STRONG>, <STRONG>printf(3)</STRONG>, <STRONG><A HREF="term.5.html">term(5)</A></STRONG>.  <STRONG><A HREF="term_variables.3x.html">term_variables(3x)</A></STRONG>.  <STRONG><A HREF="user_caps.5.html">user_caps(5)</A></STRONG>.
 
 
 </PRE><H2><a name="h2-AUTHORS">AUTHORS</a></H2><PRE>