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printw(3cur)															      printw(3cur)

Name
       printw, mvprintw, mvwprintw, wprintw - formatted write to a window

Syntax
       #include <cursesX.h>

       int printw(fmt [, arg] ...)
       char *fmt;

       int wprintw(win, fmt [, arg] ...)
       WINDOW *win;
       char *fmt;

       int mvprintw(y, x, fmt [, arg] ...)
       int y, x;
       char *fmt;

       int mvwprintw(win, y, x, fmt [, arg] ...)
       WINDOW *win;
       int y, x;
       char *fmt;

Description
       The  routine  adds  a string to the default window starting at the current cursor position.  This routine causes the string that would nor-
       mally be output by to be output by

       The routine adds a string to the specified window starting at the current cursor position.  This routine causes the string that would  nor-
       mally be output by to be output by

       The  routine adds a string to the default window starting at the specified cursor position.  This routine causes the string that would nor-
       mally be output by to be output by

       The routine adds a string to the specified window starting at the specified cursor position.  This routine causes  the  string  that  would
       normally be output by to be output by

       All  these  routines  are analogous to It is advisable to use the field width options of to avoid leaving unwanted characters on the screen
       from earlier calls.

Return Values
       The and functions return OK on success and ERR on error.

See Also
       addstr(3cur), waddstr(3cur), printf(3s)

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printw(3cur)															      printw(3cur)

Name
       printw, mvprintw, mvwprintw, wprintw - formatted write to a window

Syntax
       #include <cursesX.h>

       int printw(fmt [, arg] ...)
       char *fmt;

       int wprintw(win, fmt [, arg] ...)
       WINDOW *win;
       char *fmt;

       int mvprintw(y, x, fmt [, arg] ...)
       int y, x;
       char *fmt;

       int mvwprintw(win, y, x, fmt [, arg] ...)
       WINDOW *win;
       int y, x;
       char *fmt;

Description
       The  routine  adds  a string to the default window starting at the current cursor position.  This routine causes the string that would nor-
       mally be output by to be output by

       The routine adds a string to the specified window starting at the current cursor position.  This routine causes the string that would  nor-
       mally be output by to be output by

       The  routine adds a string to the default window starting at the specified cursor position.  This routine causes the string that would nor-
       mally be output by to be output by

       The routine adds a string to the specified window starting at the specified cursor position.  This routine causes  the  string  that  would
       normally be output by to be output by

       All  these  routines  are analogous to It is advisable to use the field width options of to avoid leaving unwanted characters on the screen
       from earlier calls.

Return Values
       The and functions return OK on success and ERR on error.

See Also
       addstr(3cur), waddstr(3cur), printf(3s)

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