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The newwin() function creates a new window within NCurses.
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WINDOW *newwin(int nlines, int ncols, int begin_y, int begin_x);
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nlines is an int value that sets the height of the window in rows. Values for nlines range from 1 through the height of the standard screen. When 0 is specified for nlines, the new window s height will be the same as the standard screen s height. ncols is an int value setting the width of the window in columns. Values range from 1 through the width of the standard screen. Specifying 0 for ncols sets the new window s width to the same as the standard screen s width.
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begin_y is an int value indicating the location of the new window s top row relative to the standard screen. Values range from 0 for the top row to the maximum number of rows on the standard screen minus the new window s height. begin_x is an int value indicating the location of the new window s leftmost column. Values range from 0 for the far left column to the maximum number of columns on the standard screen minus the new window s width. Together, begin_y and begin_x plot the coordinates of the new window s upper-left corner. The window s lower-right corner is calculated by adding the nlines and ncols values to that coordinate.
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Upon success, the function returns a pointer referencing a WINDOW structure in memory. The pointer is used to reference the window in other NCurses commands. Upon failure, the pointer is equal to NULL. Failure occurs when the window is larger than the screen, part of the window does not fit on the screen, or not enough memory is available to allocate space for the window.
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Refer to Figure 8-1 for a visual representation of how the newwin() function s arguments map out onto the screen. The smallest window possible is a 1-by-1 character window, big enough for only one character. The window cannot be larger than the standard screen, nor can the window be positioned so that part of it extends beyond the edge of the screen s rectangle. Either condition causes an error (NULL pointer) to be returned by newwin(). When you need a window larger than the screen, you need a pad. See newpad(). Refer to the entries for COLS and LINES to get the size of the standard screen. The function newwin(0,0,0,0) creates a new window the same size and position as the standard screen. newwin() merely creates the new window s structure and the pointer reference. It does not display the window s contents. Use wrefresh() for that task. The w prefix commands direct output or detect input associated with a particular window. Windows can be splashed with color, text attributes, or even a background text character. Refer to the bkgd() function for more info. To place a box or border around a window, refer to the box() and border() functions.
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Examples
if((help = newwin(10,30,4,26)) == NULL)
Here, a new window named help is created, being 10 rows high and 30 rows wide and located at position 4, 26 on the standard screen. But the statement is also a comparison, and if that newwin() function fails, then the if test passes and the next few statements are executed.
a b c d = = = = newwin(halfy,halfx,0,0); newwin(halfy,halfx,0,halfx); newwin(halfy,halfx,halfy,0); newwin(halfy,halfx,halfy,halfx);
These four statements create four windows, a, b, c, and d. Assuming that halfy and halfx are half the row height and column width of the standard screen, then the four windows occupy four equal sections of the standard screen: a in the upper left; b in the upper right; c in the lower left; and d in the lower right.