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       cdk - Curses Development Kit


       cc [ flag ... ] file ...  -lcdk [ library ... ]

       #include <cdk.h>

       Cdk provides functions to use a large number of predefined curses widgets.  To use the Cdk
       widgets the header file cdk.h must be included in the source.

       The widgets available from Cdk are listed below.

                             Widget Type                 Manual Page Name
                             Alphalist                   cdk_alphalist (3)
                             Button                      cdk_button (3)
                             Buttonbox                   cdk_buttonbox (3)
                             Calendar                    cdk_calendar (3)
                             Dialog                      cdk_dialog (3)
                             DoubleFloat Scale           cdk_dscale (3)
                             Entry Field                 cdk_entry (3)
                             File Selector               cdk_fselect (3)
                             File Viewer                 cdk_viewer (3)
                             Floating Scale              cdk_fscale (3)
                             Floating Slider             cdk_fslider (3)
                             Graph                       cdk_graph (3)
                             Histogram                   cdk_histogram (3)
                             Integer Scale               cdk_scale (3)
                             Integer Slider              cdk_slider (3)
                             Item List                   cdk_itemlist (3)
                             Label                       cdk_label (3)
                             Marquee                     cdk_marquee (3)
                             Matrix                      cdk_matrix (3)
                             Multiple Line Entry Field   cdk_mentry (3)
                             Pulldown Menu               cdk_menu (3)
                             Radio List                  cdk_radio (3)
                             Scrolling List              cdk_scroll (3)
                             Scrolling Selection List    cdk_selection (3)
                             Scrolling Window            cdk_swindow (3)
                             Template                    cdk_template (3)
                             Unsigned Scale              cdk_uscale (3)
                             Unsigned Slider             cdk_uslider (3)

       The rest of the manual pages describe supporting functions:

                        Manual Page Name     Description
                        cdk_binding (3)      Outlines   how   to   create   user
                                             definable key bindings.
                        cdk_display (3)      Shows  how  to  add special display
                                             attributes,       colors,       and
                                             justification into a widget.
                        cdk_draw (3)         Outlines functions used for drawing
                                             text and lines.
                        cdk_screen (3)       Demonstrates  the  use  of  screens
                                             within Cdk.
                        cdk_misc (3)         Outlines   miscellaneous  functions
                                             provided with the Cdk library.
                        cdk_process (3)      Demonstrates the use  of  the  pre-
                                             and post-process function class.


       Cdk  is  a  library  of functions which allow a programmer to quickly create a full screen
       interactive program with ease.  The Cdk widgets support the following features:

       · Ncurses library.
            Instead of using the standard curses library, Cdk can take advantage  of  the  colors
            that  Ncurses  provides.  To learn how to take advantage of Cdk's color capabilities,
            see cdk_display (3).

       · Key Bindings.
            Individual keys can be overridden with a callback.  The callback is set up using  the
            bindCDKObject function.  To learn more about this see cdk_binding (3).

       · Pre and Post Processing.
            Certain widgets allow the user to trap a character before and after the character has
            been applied to the widget.  This allows programmers to `filter' character input.  To
            learn more about this see cdk_process (3).

       · Self Test Widgets.
            With  the use of the inject function class and the activate function, programmers can
            have the widgets test themselves.  This allows the programmer  to  perform  automated
            tests on a final program.

       · Special Display Formats
            There  are  special character format commands that can be inserted into any string in
            Cdk and the contents will get mapped to a chtype (see the curses  manual  page)  with
            character  attributes.   This  allows  the  programmer to insert format types on each
            character if they wish.

       · The Ability To Build Predefined Screens
            Widgets can be associated to any given screen.  If there  is  more  than  one  screen
            defined,  then  Cdk  has  the ability to "flip" from one screen to another with ease.
            See the cdk_screen manual page for more details.


       All of the widgets have a member of the structure called exitType.  This member states how
       the widget exited.  There are three values in which to check for, they are as follows:

                        │ValueMeaning                             │
                        │vNORMAL          │ This   means   the   widget  exited │
                        │                 │ normally.  This value is  set  when │
                        │                 │ the  widget is given the characters │
                        │                 │ TAB or RETURN.                      │
                        │vEARLY_EXIT      │ This means the widget exited early. │
                        │                 │ This  value  is set when characters │
                        │                 │ such as TAB or RETURN are  injected │
                        │                 │ into    the    widget    via    the │
                        │                 │ injectCDKXXX   function   and   the │
                        │                 │ character  injected  does  not exit │
                        │                 │ the widget.                         │
                        │vERROR           │ This value states that an error was │
                        │                 │ returned  by  curses,  e.g., if the │
                        │                 │ terminal was disconnected.          │
                        │vESCAPE_HIT      │ This  value  states  the  user  hit │
                        │                 │ ESCAPE to leave the widget.         │
                        │vNEVER_ACTIVATED │ This  is  the  initial state of the │
                        │                 │ value.  This means that the  widget │
                        │                 │ has not been activated.             │


       cdk_binding(3), cdk_display(3), cdk_draw(3), cdk_misc(3), cdk_process(3), cdk_screen(3)


       The  header  file  <cdk.h> automatically includes the header files <curses.h>, <stdlib.h>,
       <string.h>, <ctype.h>, <unistd.h>,  <dirent.h>,  <time.h>,  <errno.h>,  <pwd.h>,  <grp.h>,
       <sys/stat.h>,  and  <sys/types.h>.   The  <curses.h>  header  file  includes <stdio.h> and