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panel_move(3CURSES)					     Curses Library Functions					       panel_move(3CURSES)

panel_move, move_panel - move a panels window on the virtual screen SYNOPSIS
cc [ flag ... ] file ... -lpanel -lcurses [ library .. ] #include <panel.h> int move_panel(PANEL *panel, int starty, int startx); DESCRIPTION
move_panel() moves the curses window associated with panel so that its upper left-hand corner is at starty, startx. See usage note, below. RETURN VALUES
OK is returned if the routine completes successfully, otherwise ERR is returned. ATTRIBUTES
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ | ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |MT-Level |Unsafe | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ SEE ALSO
curses(3CURSES), panel_update(3CURSES), panels(3CURSES), attributes(5) NOTES
For panels windows, use move_panel() instead of the mvwin() curses routine. Otherwise, update_panels() will not properly update the virtual screen. The header <panel.h> automatically includes the header <curses.h>. SunOS 5.11 31 Dec 1996 panel_move(3CURSES)

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panels(3CURSES) 					     Curses Library Functions						   panels(3CURSES)

panels - character based panels package SYNOPSIS
#include <panel.h> DESCRIPTION
The panel library is built using the curses library, and any program using panels routines must call one of the curses initialization rou- tines such as initscr. A program using these routines must be compiled with -lpanel and -lcurses on the cc command line. The panels package gives the applications programmer a way to have depth relationships between curses windows; a curses window is associ- ated with every panel. The panels routines allow curses windows to overlap without making visible the overlapped portions of underlying windows. The initial curses window, stdscr, lies beneath all panels. The set of currently visible panels is the deck of panels. The panels package allows the applications programmer to create panels, fetch and set their associated windows, shuffle panels in the deck, and manipulate panels in other ways. Routine Name Index The following table lists each panels routine and the name of the manual page on which it is described. panels Routine Name Manual Page Name bottom_panel panel_top(3CURSES) del_panel panel_new(3CURSES) hide_panel panel_show(3CURSES) move_panel panel_move(3CURSES) new_panel panel_new(3CURSES) panel_above panel_above(3CURSES) panel_below panel_above(3CURSES) panel_hidden panel_show(3CURSES) panel_userptr panel_userptr(3CURSES) panel_window panel_window(3CURSES) replace_panel panel_window(3CURSES) set_panel_userptr panel_userptr(3CURSES) show_panel panel_show(3CURSES) top_panel panel_top(3CURSES) update_panels panel_update(3CURSES) RETURN VALUES
Each panels routine that returns a pointer to an object returns NULL if an error occurs. Each panel routine that returns an integer, returns OK if it executes successfully and ERR if it does not. ATTRIBUTES
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ | ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |MT-Level |Unsafe | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ SEE ALSO
curses(3CURSES), attributes(5) and 3X pages whose names begin "panel_" for detailed routine descriptions. NOTES
The header <panel.h> automatically includes the header <curses.h>. SunOS 5.10 31 Dec 1996 panels(3CURSES)
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