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keybound(3x) [opendarwin man page]

keyok(3X)																 keyok(3X)

NAME
keybound - return definition of keycode SYNOPSIS
#include <curses.h> char * keybound(int keycode, int count); DESCRIPTION
This is an extension to the curses library. It permits an application to determine the string which is defined in the terminfo for spe- cific keycodes. RETURN VALUE
The keycode must be greater than zero, else NULL is returned. If it does not correspond to a defined key, then NULL is returned. Other- wise, the function returns a string, which must be freed by the caller. PORTABILITY
These routines are specific to ncurses. They were not supported on Version 7, BSD or System V implementations. It is recommended that any code depending on them be conditioned using NCURSES_VERSION. SEE ALSO
define_key(3X), keyok(3X). AUTHOR
Thomas Dickey. keyok(3X)

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keybound(3NCURSES)                                                                                                              keybound(3NCURSES)

NAME
keybound - return definition of keycode SYNOPSIS
#include <curses.h> char * keybound(int keycode, int count); DESCRIPTION
This is an extension to the curses library. It permits an application to determine the string which is defined in the terminfo for spe- cific keycodes. RETURN VALUE
The keycode parameter must be greater than zero, else NULL is returned. If it does not correspond to a defined key, then NULL is returned. The count parameter is used to allow the application to iterate through multiple definitions, counting from zero. When successful, the function returns a string which must be freed by the caller. PORTABILITY
These routines are specific to ncurses. They were not supported on Version 7, BSD or System V implementations. It is recommended that any code depending on them be conditioned using NCURSES_VERSION. SEE ALSO
define_key(3NCURSES), keyok(3NCURSES). AUTHOR
Thomas Dickey. keybound(3NCURSES)
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