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get_wstr(3NCURSES)							       get_wstr(3NCURSES)

       get_wstr, getn_wstr, wget_wstr, wgetn_wstr, mvget_wstr, mvgetn_wstr, mvwget_wstr,
       mvwgetn_wstr - get an array of wide characters from a curses terminal keyboard

       #include <curses.h>

       int get_wstr(wint_t *wstr);
       int getn_wstr(wint_t *wstr, int n);
       int wget_wstr(WINDOW *win, wint_t *wstr);
       int wgetn_wstr(WINDOW *win, wint_t *wstr, int n);
       int mvget_wstr(int y, int x, wint_t *wstr);
       int mvgetn_wstr(int y, int x, wint_t *wstr, int n);
       int mvwget_wstr(WINDOW *win, int y, int x, wint_t *wstr);
       int mvwgetn_wstr(WINDOW *win, int y, int x, wint_t *wstr, int n);

       The effect of get_wstr is as though a series of calls to get_wch were made, until  a  new-
       line,  other end-of-line, or end-of-file condition is processed.  An end-of-file condition
       is represented by WEOF, as defined in <wchar.h>.  The newline and  end-of-line  conditions
       are  represented by the \n wchar_t value.  In all instances, the end of the string is ter-
       minated by a null wchar_t.  The routine places resulting values in the area pointed to  by

       The  user's  erase and kill characters are interpreted.	If keypad mode is on for the win-
       dow, KEY_LEFT and KEY_BACKSPACE are both considered equivalent to the user's kill  charac-

       Characters  input  are  echoed  only  if echo is currently on.  In that case, backspace is
       echoed as deletion of the previous character (typically a left motion).

       The effect of wget_wstr is as though a series of calls to wget_wch were made.

       The effect of mvget_wstr is as though a call to move and then a series of calls to get_wch
       were made.

       The  effect  of	mvwget_wstr  is  as  though a call to wmove and then a series of calls to
       wget_wch were made.

       The getn_wstr, mvgetn_wstr, mvwgetn_wstr, and wgetn_wstr functions are  identical  to  the
       get_wstr,  mvget_wstr, mvwget_wstr, and wget_wstr functions, respectively, except that the
       *n_* versions read at most n characters, letting the application prevent overflow  of  the
       input buffer.

       Using  get_wstr,  mvget_wstr,  mvwget_wstr, or wget_wstr to read a line that overflows the
       array pointed to by wstr causes undefined results.  The	use  of  getn_wstr,  mvgetn_wstr,
       mvwgetn_wstr, or wgetn_wstr, respectively, is recommended.

       These  functions  cannot  return KEY_ values because there is no way to distinguish a KEY_
       value from a valid wchar_t value.

       All of these routines except wgetn_wstr may be macros.

       All of these functions return OK upon successful completion.  Otherwise, they return ERR.

       Functions using a window parameter return an error if it is null.

		   returns an error if the associated call to wget_wch failed.

       These functions are described in The Single Unix Specification, Version 2.  No error  con-
       ditions are defined.  This implementation returns ERR if the window pointer is null, or if
       the lower-level wget_wch call returns an ERR.  In the latter case, an ERR  return  without
       other  data is treated as an end-of-file condition, and the returned array contains a WEOF
       followed by a null wchar_t.

       X/Open curses documents these functions to pass an array of wchar_t, but all of	the  ven-
       dors implement this using wint_t.

       Functions: ncurses(3NCURSES), get_wch(3NCURSES), getstr(3NCURSES).

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