Visit Our UNIX and Linux User Community

Linux and UNIX Man Pages

Test Your Knowledge in Computers #202
Difficulty: Easy
At compile time, the interpreter parses Perl code into a recursive flat-space module.
True or False?
Linux & Unix Commands - Search Man Pages

data(3caca) [bsd man page]

caca_event(3caca)						      libcaca							 caca_event(3caca)

NAME
caca_event - Handling of user events. SYNOPSIS
Data Fields enum caca_event_type type union { struct { int x int y int button } mouse struct { int w int h } resize struct { int ch uint32_t utf32 char utf8 [8] } key } data Detailed Description This structure is filled by caca_get_event() when an event is received. It is an opaque structure that should only be accessed through caca_event_get_type() and similar functions. The struct members may no longer be directly accessible in future versions. Field Documentation enum caca_event_type caca_event::type The event type. union { ... } caca_event::data The event information data Author Generated automatically by Doxygen for libcaca from the source code. Version 0.99.beta18 Fri Apr 6 2012 caca_event(3caca)

Check Out this Related Man Page

caca_conio_text_info(3caca)					      libcaca					       caca_conio_text_info(3caca)

NAME
caca_conio_text_info - DOS text area information. SYNOPSIS
Data Fields unsigned char winleft unsigned char wintop unsigned char winright unsigned char winbottom unsigned char attribute unsigned char normattr unsigned char currmode unsigned char screenheight unsigned char screenwidth unsigned char curx unsigned char cury Detailed Description This structure stores text area information for the DOS conio.h compatibility layer. Field Documentation unsigned char caca_conio_text_info::winleft left window coordinate unsigned char caca_conio_text_info::wintop top window coordinate unsigned char caca_conio_text_info::winright right window coordinate unsigned char caca_conio_text_info::winbottom bottom window coordinate unsigned char caca_conio_text_info::attribute text attribute unsigned char caca_conio_text_info::normattr normal attribute unsigned char caca_conio_text_info::currmode current video mode: BW40, BW80, C40, C80, or C4350 unsigned char caca_conio_text_info::screenheight text screen's height unsigned char caca_conio_text_info::screenwidth text screen's width unsigned char caca_conio_text_info::curx x-coordinate in current window unsigned char caca_conio_text_info::cury y-coordinate in current window Author Generated automatically by Doxygen for libcaca from the source code. Version 0.99.beta18 Fri Apr 6 2012 caca_conio_text_info(3caca)

14 More Discussions You Might Find Interesting

1. Shell Programming and Scripting

Please help !!!!Problem with data file

I have a 1 million record file and in there i have 580 bad records meaning like they were spread on to 2 lines and is making my process fail as it is expecting single line records. How can i correct this records spread into 2 lines into single line or how i can writer these records into a new... (34 Replies)
Discussion started by: dsravan
34 Replies

2. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers

Sorting data and place them in different folders

Hello Unix gurus, I am new to Unix. I am working on some dummy project which involves unix scripting. I have a query : There is a file Number.dat which is of form say AAA|123|4563|animal AAA|1234|45634|animal2 BBB|123444|456312|bird BBB|123445|456313|bird2 Here AAA,BBB are... (29 Replies)
Discussion started by: Vinaykumar1
29 Replies

3. Shell Programming and Scripting

Need Help for Adding Three new columns in existing file from fatching data from file

not required this time (36 Replies)
Discussion started by: Sandeep_Malik
36 Replies

4. AIX

ORACLE Database running slow on AIX ( nmon / topas )

Hello, How can I know if ORACLE Database is running slow due to Memory or due to processing power ? I have only Oracle Database running on a P4 with 4GB RAM. Could anyone suggest any tools which can help me determine exactly if it is memory issue or processor issue. (43 Replies)
Discussion started by: filosophizer
43 Replies

5. Programming

help with data type sizes

i'm using a C program and running it on a linux server, i got 2 adressess of 2 variables, and 2 addresses of 2 chars, and compared it. and got the size of a int and the size of a char. why is a size of a int (4 bytes) bigger then the size of a char (1 byte)? also if i do &a-&b i get 1, but if i... (30 Replies)
Discussion started by: omega666
30 Replies

6. Shell Programming and Scripting

Format row data into columns

I have a file which looks like this: /* ----------------- EDW$MOC139_R_NNA_BR_SUM_FACT2 ----------------- */ insert_job: EDW$MOC139_R_NNA_BR_SUM_FACT2 job_type: c command: /home/btchproc/load_process/batch_files/batch_nna_brn_split_sum_fact2.sh m machine: edwprod02.dsm.pwj.com #owner:... (29 Replies)
Discussion started by: Gangadhar Reddy
29 Replies

7. Shell Programming and Scripting

Dont have a clue which program to use to process flying bat data

Hi, Im not a unix person but need to analyse some data. This is bat data (animals) from large roosts using data loggers. I think AWK is probably the best thing to use but dont really know so any help appreciated. (python, grep) whichever it is, I'll have to learn it! here is an example of... (27 Replies)
Discussion started by: cmp260
27 Replies

8. Shell Programming and Scripting

Help me pls : splitting single file in unix into different files based on data

I have a file in unix with sample data as follows : -------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------- {30001002|XXparameter|Layout|$ I want this file to be splitted into different files and corresponding to the sample... (54 Replies)
Discussion started by: Ravindra Swan
54 Replies

9. Shell Programming and Scripting

Getting data from a flat file based on condition

Hi, I have a flaty file from which i am fetching few columns in tablular form as below code. Now i want to fetch the column 6 and 7 in below code only if it either of them is non zero.However below startement awk -F, '$6==0 && $7==0{exit 1}' ${IFILE} is not working..Not sure where is the... (36 Replies)
Discussion started by: Vivekit82
36 Replies

10. Shell Programming and Scripting

Read multiple text files and copy data to csv

hi i need to extract lines from multiple files to a csv file. for example, i have these 3 files file1.txt date:29dec1980 caller:91245824255 called:8127766 file2.txt date:11apr2014 caller:9155584558 called:8115478 file3.txt date:25jun2015 caller:445225552 called:8117485 (30 Replies)
Discussion started by: lp.descamps
30 Replies

11. Shell Programming and Scripting

Help with merge data with a reference sequence

I have two input file.: File 1 is a large reference sequence (A large Fasta sequence); File 1 (is a file which first line is the header description and line other ">" is its corresponding word and counting from 1 till end of file); >Data_1 ASWDADAQTWQQGSAAAAASDAFAFA . . File 2 is... (31 Replies)
Discussion started by: cpp_beginner
31 Replies

12. Shell Programming and Scripting

Ranking data points from multiple files

I need to rank a large number of data points that exist in multiple files. My data points (Column 3) are based on unique values in columns 1 and 2. I need to rank the values that are in File 1, Column 3. For instance: Input File 1 AAA BBB 10 CCC DDD 16 EEE FFF 20 Input File 2 ... (47 Replies)
Discussion started by: ncwxpanther
47 Replies

13. UNIX for Beginners Questions & Answers

Shell script to extract data in a file

I have this 5GB file, and i want to extract from the file particulars pattern. this is my script: // count=`grep -wc "MSISDN" file_name` k=1 >OUTPUT >OUTPUT_Final while do cat file_name | awk -F":" -v var="$k" '$1=="MSISDN" {m++}m==var{print; exit}' >> OUTPUT cat file_name |awk -F":"... (33 Replies)
Discussion started by: gillesi
33 Replies

14. UNIX for Beginners Questions & Answers

CentOS 6 ran out of space, need to reclaim it

Hello everyone, I am having an issue here with CentOS release 6.6 (Final) that shows all of the space used up, but I can't tell where the space went. Seemingly I am using up 100%, according to df -h Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on... (27 Replies)
Discussion started by: DannyBoyCentOS
27 Replies

Featured Tech Videos