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curs_add_wch(3X)					      curs_add_wch(3X)

       add_wch, wadd_wch, mvadd_wch, mvwadd_wch, echo_wchar, wecho_wchar - add
       a complex character and rendition to a curses window, then advance  the

       #include <curses.h>

       int add_wch( const cchar_t *wch );
       int wadd_wch( WINDOW *win, const cchar_t *wch );
       int mvadd_wch( int y, int x, const cchar_t *wch );
       int mvwadd_wch( WINDOW *win, int y, int x, const cchar_t *wch );
       int echo_wchar( const cchar_t *wch );
       int wecho_wchar( WINDOW *win, const cchar_t *wch );

       The add_wch, wadd_wch, mvadd_wch, and mvwadd_wch functions put the com‐
       plex character wch into the given window at its current position, which
       is then advanced.  These functions perform wrapping and special-charac‐
       ter processing as follows:

       ·   If wch refers to a spacing character, then any  previous  character
	   at  that  location is removed.  A new character specified by wch is
	   placed at that location with rendition specified by wch.  The  cur‐
	   sor then advances to the next spacing character on the screen.

       ·   If  wch  refers to a non-spacing character, all previous characters
	   at that location are preserved.  The non-spacing characters of  wch
	   are added to the spacing complex character, and the rendition spec‐
	   ified by wch is ignored.

       ·   If the character part of wch is a tab, newline, backspace or	 other
	   control character, the window is updated and the cursor moves as if
	   addch were called.

       The echo_wchar function is functionally equivalent to a call to add_wch
       followed by a call to refresh.  Similarly, the wecho_wchar is function‐
       ally equivalent to a call to wadd_wch followed by a call	 to  wrefresh.
       The  knowledge  that  only  a single character is being output is taken
       into consideration and, for non-control characters, a considerable per‐
       formance	 gain  might  be seen by using the *echo* functions instead of
       their equivalents.

   Line Graphics
       Like addch(3X), addch_wch accepts symbols which make it simple to  draw
       lines and other frequently used special characters.  These symbols cor‐
       respond to the same VT100 line-drawing set as addch(3X).

       Name		 Unicode    Default   Description
       WACS_BLOCK	 0x25ae	    #	      solid square block
       WACS_BOARD	 0x2592	    #	      board of squares
       WACS_BTEE	 0x2534	    +	      bottom tee
       WACS_BULLET	 0x00b7	    o	      bullet
       WACS_CKBOARD	 0x2592	    :	      checker board (stipple)
       WACS_DARROW	 0x2193	    v	      arrow pointing down
       WACS_DEGREE	 0x00b0	    '	      degree symbol
       WACS_DIAMOND	 0x25c6	    +	      diamond
       WACS_GEQUAL	 0x2265	    >	      greater-than-or-equal-to
       WACS_HLINE	 0x2500	    -	      horizontal line
       WACS_LANTERN	 0x2603	    #	      lantern symbol

       WACS_LARROW	 0x2190	    <	      arrow pointing left
       WACS_LEQUAL	 0x2264	    <	      less-than-or-equal-to
       WACS_LLCORNER	 0x2514	    +	      lower left-hand corner
       WACS_LRCORNER	 0x2518	    +	      lower right-hand corner
       WACS_LTEE	 0x2524	    +	      left tee
       WACS_NEQUAL	 0x2260	    !	      not-equal
       WACS_PI		 0x03c0	    *	      greek pi
       WACS_PLMINUS	 0x00b1	    #	      plus/minus
       WACS_PLUS	 0x253c	    +	      plus
       WACS_RARROW	 0x2192	    >	      arrow pointing right
       WACS_RTEE	 0x251c	    +	      right tee
       WACS_S1		 0x23ba	    -	      scan line 1
       WACS_S3		 0x23bb	    -	      scan line 3
       WACS_S7		 0x23bc	    -	      scan line 7
       WACS_S9		 0x23bd	    _	      scan line 9
       WACS_STERLING	 0x00a3	    f	      pound-sterling symbol
       WACS_TTEE	 0x252c	    +	      top tee
       WACS_UARROW	 0x2191	    ^	      arrow pointing up
       WACS_ULCORNER	 0x250c	    +	      upper left-hand corner
       WACS_URCORNER	 0x2510	    +	      upper right-hand corner
       WACS_VLINE	 0x2502	    |	      vertical line

       The wide-character configuration of ncurses also	 defines  symbols  for
       thick- and double-lines:

       Name		 Unicode   Default   Description
       WACS_T_ULCORNER	 0x250f	   +	     thick upper left corner
       WACS_T_LLCORNER	 0x2517	   +	     thick lower left corner
       WACS_T_URCORNER	 0x2513	   +	     thick upper right corner
       WACS_T_LRCORNER	 0x251b	   +	     thick lower right corner
       WACS_T_LTEE	 0x252b	   +	     thick tee pointing right
       WACS_T_RTEE	 0x2523	   +	     thick tee pointing left
       WACS_T_BTEE	 0x253b	   +	     thick tee pointing up
       WACS_T_TTEE	 0x2533	   +	     thick tee pointing down
       WACS_T_HLINE	 0x2501	   -	     thick horizontal line
       WACS_T_VLINE	 0x2503	   |	     thick vertical line
       WACS_T_PLUS	 0x254b	   +	     thick large plus or crossover
       WACS_D_ULCORNER	 0x2554	   +	     double upper left corner
       WACS_D_LLCORNER	 0x255a	   +	     double lower left corner
       WACS_D_URCORNER	 0x2557	   +	     double upper right corner
       WACS_D_LRCORNER	 0x255d	   +	     double lower right corner
       WACS_D_RTEE	 0x2563	   +	     double tee pointing left
       WACS_D_LTEE	 0x2560	   +	     double tee pointing right
       WACS_D_BTEE	 0x2569	   +	     double tee pointing up
       WACS_D_TTEE	 0x2566	   +	     double tee pointing down
       WACS_D_HLINE	 0x2550	   -	     double horizontal line
       WACS_D_VLINE	 0x2551	   |	     double vertical line
       WACS_D_PLUS	 0x256c	   +	     double large plus or crossover

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

       Functions  with	a  "mv"	 prefix	 first perform a cursor movement using
       wmove, and return an error if the position is outside the window, or if
       the window pointer is null.

       Note that add_wch, mvadd_wch, mvwadd_wch, and echo_wchar may be macros.

       All  of these functions are described in the XSI Curses standard, Issue
       4.  The defaults specified for line-drawing  characters	apply  in  the
       POSIX locale.

       X/Open  Curses  makes it clear that the WACS_ symbols should be defined
       as a pointer to cchar_t data, e.g., in the discussion of border_set.  A
       few implementations are problematic:

       ·   NetBSD curses defines the symbols as a wchar_t within a cchar_t.

       ·   HPUX curses equates some of the ACS_ symbols to the analogous WACS_
	   symbols as if the ACS_ symbols were wide  characters.   The	misde‐
	   fined  symbols  are the arrows and other symbols which are not used
	   for line-drawing.

       X/Open Curses does not define symbols for thick- or double-lines.  SVr4
       curses  implementations	defined their line-drawing symbols in terms of
       intermediate symbols.  This implementation extends those symbols,  pro‐
       viding new definitions which are not in the SVr4 implementations.

       curses(3X),  curs_addch(3X),  curs_attr(3X),  curs_clear(3X), curs_out‐
       opts(3X), curs_refresh(3X), putwc(3)


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