X-Git-Url: https://ncurses.scripts.mit.edu/?p=ncurses.git;a=blobdiff_plain;f=doc%2Fhtml%2Fman%2Fcurs_kernel.3x.html;h=f90c1a66b14158a0ccb72bcc122583e91abe0ece;hp=a7303ec549c82e9b7ac081bf01fd567964d01df8;hb=c0f109a299a82a33c16bd7af942a12ce9aefaaf0;hpb=ed646e3f683083e787c6ba773364401dc9fa9d40;ds=sidebyside diff --git a/doc/html/man/curs_kernel.3x.html b/doc/html/man/curs_kernel.3x.html index a7303ec5..f90c1a66 100644 --- a/doc/html/man/curs_kernel.3x.html +++ b/doc/html/man/curs_kernel.3x.html @@ -1,6 +1,7 @@ - + curs_kernel 3x - + @@ -94,15 +95,17 @@

### getsyx

```-       The  getsyx  routine  returns  the  current  coordinates of the virtual
-       screen cursor in y and x.  If leaveok is currently TRUE, then -1,-1  is
+       The  getsyx  routine  returns  the  current  coordinates of the virtual
+       screen cursor in y and x.  If leaveok is currently TRUE, then -1,-1  is
returned.  If lines have been removed from the top of the screen, using
ripoffline, y and x include these lines; therefore, y and x  should  be
used only as arguments for setsyx.

+       Few applications will use this feature, most use getyx instead.
+

```

### setsyx

```-       The  setsyx routine sets the virtual screen cursor to y, x.  If y and x
+       The  setsyx routine sets the virtual screen cursor to y, x.  If y and x
are both -1, then leaveok is set.  The two routines getsyx  and  setsyx
are  designed to be used by a library routine, which manipulates curses
windows but does not want to change the current position  of  the  pro-
@@ -110,6 +113,8 @@
do its manipulation of its own windows, do a wnoutrefresh on  its  win-
dows, call setsyx, and then call doupdate.

+       Few applications will use this feature, most use wmove instead.
+

```

### ripoffline

```        The  ripoffline  routine  provides  access  to  the  same facility that
@@ -180,12 +185,13 @@

```

## PORTABILITY

```-       The  functions  setsyx  and  getsyx are not described in the XSI Curses
-       standard, Issue 4.  All other functions are as described in XSI Curses.
+       The virtual screen functions setsyx and getsyx are not described in the
+       XSI Curses standard, Issue 4.  All other functions are as described  in
+       XSI Curses.

-       The SVr4 documentation describes setsyx and  getsyx  as  having  return
-       type int. This is misleading, as they are macros with no documented se-
-       mantics for the return value.
+       The  SVr4  documentation  describes  setsyx and getsyx as having return
+       type int.  This is misleading, as they are macros  with  no  documented
+       semantics for the return value.

```