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Input routines for UNIX

Posted on 1998-01-15
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I have problems writing generic input routines for UNIX (SGI). I want that a user isn't able to leave the room for input which is defined by the program. Also editing within the input field (Cursor, Insert, Delete) should be able.
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If have written some routines for windowing and input controlling for many OSs (Unix, Dos, MAC, VMS, ...). If you are interested in these function write an email to rbr@physik.kfunigraz.ac.at
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