Category : C Source Code
Archive   : WKERMSRC.ZIP
Filename : LCKCMD.H

 
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## LCKCMD.H
/* C K U C M D . H -- Header file for Unix cmd package */

/*
Author: Frank da Cruz (SY.FDC@CU20B),
Columbia University Center for Computing Activities, January 1985.
Copyright (C) 1985, Trustees of Columbia University in the City of New York.
Permission is granted to any individual or institution to use, copy, or
redistribute this software so long as it is not sold for profit, provided this
copyright notice is retained.
*/




/* Sizes of things */

#define HLPLW 78 /* Width of ?-help line */
#define HLPCW 19 /* Width of ?-help column */
#define CMDBL 200 /* Command buffer length */
#define HLPBL 100 /* Help string buffer length */
#define ATMBL 100 /* Command atom buffer length*/

/* Special characters */

#ifndef NUL
#define NUL '\0' /* Null */
#endif
#define HT '\t' /* Horizontal Tab */
#define NL '\n' /* Newline */
#ifndef CR
#define CR '\r'
#endif
#define RDIS 0022 /* Redisplay (^R) */
#define LDEL 0025 /* Delete line (^U) */
#define WDEL 0027 /* Delete word (^W) */
#define RUB 0177 /* Rubout */

#ifndef BEL
#define BEL 0007 /* Bell */
#endif

#ifndef BS
#define BS 0010 /* Backspace */
#endif

#ifndef SP
#define SP 0040 /* Space */
#endif

/* Keyword table flags */

#define CM_INV 1 /* Invisible keyword */

/* Keyword Table Template */

struct keytab { /* Keyword table */
char *kwd; /* Pointer to keyword string */
int val; /* Associated value */
int flgs; /* Flags (as defined above) */
};



  3 Responses to “Category : C Source Code
Archive   : WKERMSRC.ZIP
Filename : LCKCMD.H

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