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curs_addwstr(3X)								 curs_addwstr(3X)

NAME
       addwstr,  addnwstr,  waddwstr, waddnwstr, mvaddwstr, mvaddnwstr, mvwaddwstr, mvwaddnwstr -
       add a string of wide characters to a curses window and advance cursor

SYNOPSIS
       #include <curses.h>

       int addwstr(const wchar_t *wstr);
       int addnwstr(const wchar_t *wstr, int n);
       int waddwstr(WINDOW *win, const wchar_t *wstr);
       int waddnwstr(WINDOW *win, const wchar_t *wstr, int n);
       int mvaddwstr(int y, int x, const wchar_t *wstr);
       int mvaddnwstr(int y, int x, const wchar_t *wstr, int n);
       int mvwaddwstr(WINDOW *win, int y, int x, const wchar_t *wstr);
       int mvwaddnwstr(WINDOW *win, int y, int x, const wchar_t *wstr, int n);

DESCRIPTION
       These routines write the characters of the (null-terminated) wchar_tcharacter string  wstr
       on  the	given  window.	 It  is similar to constructing a cchar_t for each wchar_t in the
       string, then calling wadd_wch for the resulting cchar_t.

       The mv routines perform cursor movement once, before writing any characters.   Thereafter,
       the cursor is advanced as a side-effect of writing to the window.

       The four routines with n as the last argument write at most n wchar_t characters.  If n is
       -1, then the entire string will be added, up to the maximum number of characters that will
       fit on the line, or until a terminating null is reached.

RETURN VALUES
       All routines return the integer ERR upon failure and OK on success.

NOTES
       Note that all of these routines except waddnwstr may be macros.

PORTABILITY
       All these entry points are described in the XSI Curses standard, Issue 4.

SEE ALSO
       Functions: curses(3X), curs_add_wch(3X)

										 curs_addwstr(3X)
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