vidattr, vidputs - output a string that sets terminal display
The routine outputs a string that sets the video attributes for the terminal. The characters in the string are passed one at a time to the
The routine is similar, except that the string characters are passed to the routine Video attributes are described in The Guide to X/Open
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attroff, attron, attrset, standend, standout, wstandend, wstandout, wattroff, wattron, wattrset - attribute manipulation
int wattroff(win, attrs)
int wattron(win, attrs)
int wattrset(win, attrs)
These routines manipulate the current attributes of a window.
The routine turns off the named attributes (of the default window without turning any other attributes on or off.
The routine turns on the named attributes of the default window without affecting any other attributes.
The routine sets the current attributes of the default window to the named attributes which is of the type and is defined in the header
The routine switches on the best highlighting mode available on the terminal for the default window and it is functionally the same as
The routine switches off all highlighting associated with the default window. It is functionally the same as in that it turns off all
The routine switches off the named attributes, for the specified window. Other attributes are not changed.
The routine turns on the named attributes of the specified window without affecting any others.
The routine sets the current attributes of the specified window to
The routine switches on the best highlighting mode available on the terminal for the specified window. Functionally it is the same as
The routine switches off all highlighting associated with the specified window. Functionally it is the same as that is, it turns off all
Attributes can be any combination of A_STANDOUT, A_REVERSE, A_BOLD, A_DIM, A_BLINK and A_UNDERLINE. These constants are defined in the
header file. They are also described in the Guide to X/Open Curses Screen-Handling. (R)Attributes can be combined with the C language |
The current attributes of a window are applied to all characters that are written into the window with or Attributes are properties of the
character, and move with the character through any scrolling and insert/delete line/character operations. Within the restrictions set by
the terminal hardware they will be displayed as the graphic rendition of characters put on the screen.
The routines and are macros.
The and functions return OK on success and ERR on error.
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