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NAME

       tickit_term_goto, tickit_term_move - move the terminal output cursor

SYNOPSIS

       #include <tickit.h>

       bool tickit_term_goto(TickitTerm *tt, int line, int col);
       void tickit_term_move(TickitTerm *tt, int downward, int rightward);

       Link with -ltickit.

DESCRIPTION

       tickit_term_goto() moves the terminal output cursor to the absolute position specified. On
       some terminals, either line or col may be specified as -1  to  move  within  the  line  or
       column  it is currently in. Not all terminals may support the partial move ability; so the
       return value of tickit_term_goto() should be checked after attempting a  goto  within  the
       line  or  column  to see if it actually worked. If not, the application will have to reset
       the position using a fully-specified goto.

       tickit_term_move() moves the terminal output cursor  relative  to  its  current  position.
       Either downward or rightward may be specified as 0 to not move in that direction.

RETURN VALUE

       tickit_term_goto()  returns  a boolean value indicating whether it was able to support the
       requested movement. tickit_term_move() returns no value.

SEE ALSO

       tickit_term_new(3), tickit_term_print(3), tickit_term(7), tickit(7)

                                                                              TICKIT_TERM_GOTO(3)