(PHP 4 >= 4.2.0, PHP 5)

ncurses_mousemask -- Sets mouse options


int ncurses_mousemask ( int newmask, int oldmask)


This function is EXPERIMENTAL. The behaviour of this function, the name of this function, and anything else documented about this function may change without notice in a future release of PHP. Use this function at your own risk.

Function ncurses_mousemask() will set mouse events to be reported. By default no mouse events will be reported. The function ncurses_mousemask() will return a mask to indicated which of the in parameter newmask specified mouse events can be reported. On complete failure, it returns 0. In parameter oldmask, which is passed by reference ncurses_mousemask() returns the previous value of mouse event mask. Mouse events are represented by NCURSES_KEY_MOUSE in the ncurses_wgetch() input stream. To read the event data and pop the event of of queue, call ncurses_getmouse().

As a side effect, setting a zero mousemask in newmask turns off the mouse pointer. Setting a non zero value turns mouse pointer on.

mouse mask options can be set with the following predefined constants:

Example 1. ncurses_mousemask() example

$mask = ncurses_mousemask($newmask, &$oldmask);
if (
$mask & $newmask){
printf ("All specified mouse options will be supported\n");

See also ncurses_getmouse(), ncurses_ungetmouse() and ncurese_getch().

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