cbreak, nocbreak, noraw, raw — input mode control functions
function sets the input mode for the current terminal to cbreak mode and
overrides a call to
function sets the input mode for the current terminal to Cooked Mode without
changing the state of ISIG and IXON.
function sets the input mode for the current terminal to Cooked Mode and sets
the ISIG and IXON flags.
function sets the input mode for the current terminal to Raw Mode.
Upon successful completion, these functions return OK.
Otherwise, they return ERR.
No errors are defined.
If the application is not certain what the input mode of the process was at
the time it called
it should use these functions to specify the desired input mode.
X/Open System Interface Definitions, Issue 4, Version 2
specification, Chapter 9,
General Terminal Interface.
First released in X/Open Curses, Issue 2.
X/Open Curses, Issue 4
functions are merged with this entry.
In previous issues, they appeared in entries of their own.
The entry is rewritten for clarity.
The argument list for all these functions is explicitly declared