brlapi_writeArguments_t (3) - Linux Man Pages
unsigned char* brlapi_writeArguments_t::andMaskAnd attributes; applied first
char* brlapi_writeArguments_t::charsetText charset. NULL means it is assumed to be 8bits, and the same as the server's. '' means current locale's charset. If no locale was selected, defaults to NULL's meaning.
int brlapi_writeArguments_t::cursorBRLAPI_CURSOR_LEAVE == don't touch, BRLAPI_CURSOR_OFF == turn off, 1 = 1st char of display, ...
int brlapi_writeArguments_t::displayNumberDisplay number BRLAPI_DISPLAY_DEFAULT == unspecified
unsigned char* brlapi_writeArguments_t::orMaskOr attributes; applied after ANDing
unsigned int brlapi_writeArguments_t::regionBeginRegion of display to update, 1st character of display is 1
unsigned int brlapi_writeArguments_t::regionSizeNumber of characters held in text, andMask and orMask.
char* brlapi_writeArguments_t::textText to display, must hold as many characters as the region fields expresses.
int brlapi_writeArguments_t::textSizeSize of text in bytes. If -1, strlen() is used for computing it.
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