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CentOS 7.0 - man page for brlapi_writearguments_t (centos section 3)

brlapi_writeArguments_t(3)		      BrlAPI		       brlapi_writeArguments_t(3)

NAME
       brlapi_writeArguments_t -

SYNOPSIS
       #include <brlapi.h>

   Data Fields
       int displayNumber
       unsigned int regionBegin
       unsigned int regionSize
       char * text
       int textSize
       unsigned char * andMask
       unsigned char * orMask
       int cursor
       char * charset

Detailed Description
       Structure containing arguments to be given to brlapi_write()

Field Documentation
   unsigned char* brlapi_writeArguments_t::andMask
       And attributes; applied first

   char* brlapi_writeArguments_t::charset
       Text charset. NULL means it is assumed to be 8bits, and the same as the server's. '' means
       current locale's charset. If no locale was selected, defaults to NULL's meaning.

   int brlapi_writeArguments_t::cursor
       BRLAPI_CURSOR_LEAVE == don't touch, BRLAPI_CURSOR_OFF == turn off, 1 = 1st char of
       display, ...

   int brlapi_writeArguments_t::displayNumber
       Display number BRLAPI_DISPLAY_DEFAULT == unspecified

   unsigned char* brlapi_writeArguments_t::orMask
       Or attributes; applied after ANDing

   unsigned int brlapi_writeArguments_t::regionBegin
       Region of display to update, 1st character of display is 1

   unsigned int brlapi_writeArguments_t::regionSize
       Number of characters held in text, andMask and orMask.

   char* brlapi_writeArguments_t::text
       Text to display, must hold as many characters as the region fields expresses.

   int brlapi_writeArguments_t::textSize
       Size of text in bytes. If -1, strlen() is used for computing it.

Author
       Generated automatically by Doxygen for BrlAPI from the source code.

Version 1.0				  Mon Apr 1 2013	       brlapi_writeArguments_t(3)


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