unibi_get_bool man page

unibi_get_bool, unibi_set_bool, unibi_get_num, unibi_set_num, unibi_get_str, unibi_set_str — access the capabilities of a terminal object


#include <unibilium.h>

int unibi_get_bool(const unibi_term *ut, enum unibi_boolean b);
void unibi_set_bool(unibi_term *ut, enum unibi_boolean b, int x);

short unibi_get_num(const unibi_term *ut, enum unibi_numeric n);
void unibi_set_num(unibi_term *ut, enum unibi_numeric n, short x);

const char *unibi_get_str(const unibi_term *ut, enum unibi_string s);
void unibi_set_str(unibi_term *ut, enum unibi_string s, const char *x);


Get/set boolean, numeric, and string capabilities. Absent numeric capabilities are represented as "-1", absent string capabilities as "NULL".

Note that "unibi_set_str" simply stores the pointer it is given; it will not free x or make a copy of the string.

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unibi_get_num(3), unibi_get_str(3), unibi_set_bool(3), unibi_set_num(3) and unibi_set_str(3) are aliases of unibi_get_bool(3).

unibilium 1.2.0 2015-08-14