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Quick ncurses question

Is there a way to use the mouse in tty1 with the ncurses library? I can use mouse event features only in x terminals because theres no mouse pointer in tty1.
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You have to use ANS escape sequences in /dev/tty. You can query information and set cursor position, etc. using these:
ANSI escape code - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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would you show me an example?
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