ncurses_wborder

(PHP 4 >= 4.3.0, PHP 5 < 5.3.0, PECL ncurses >= 1.0.0)

ncurses_wborderDraws a border around the window using attributed characters

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ncurses_wborder ( resource $window , int $left , int $right , int $top , int $bottom , int $tl_corner , int $tr_corner , int $bl_corner , int $br_corner ) : int
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Draws the specified lines and corners around the passed window.

Use ncurses_border() for borders around the main window.

Değiştirgeler

Each parameter expects 0 to draw a line and 1 to skip it.

window

The window on which we operate

left

right

top

bottom

tl_corner

Top left corner

tr_corner

Top right corner

bl_corner

Bottom left corner

br_corner

Bottom right corner

Ayrıca Bakınız

  • ncurses_border() - Draw a border around the screen using attributed characters

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kermodebear (at) gmail dot com
10 years ago
Note that this function is looking for the ordinal value of a character - you must pass integers, not actual characters.

For the sake of 'ease of use', I use this in my ncurses Window class:

<?php
public function border($left = '|', $top = '-', $right = '|', $bottom = '-', $tlCorner = '+', $trCorner = '+', $brCorner = '+', $blCorner = '+')
{
   
ncurses_wborder($this->window, ord($left), ord($right), ord($top), ord($bottom), ord($tlCorner), ord($trCorner), ord($blCorner), ord($brCorner));
}
?>

This allows you to do something like the following:
<?php
// Border the window with some weird stuff.
$window->border('.', '~', 'l', '$');
?>
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