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Provided by: libaa1-dev_1.4p5-30_i386

 

NAME

        aa_printf - print text to AA-lib output buffers.
 

SYNOPSIS

        #include <aalib.h>
 
        int aa_printf
        (
             aa_context *c,
             int x,
             int y,
             enum aa_attribute attr,
             const char *fmt,
             ...
        );
 

PARAMETERS

        aa_context *c
               Specifies the AA-lib context to operate on.
 
        int x  X coordinate of the first character.
 
        int y  Y coordinate of the first character.
 
        enum aa_attribute attr
               Attribute to use.
 
               Possible values for an enum aa_attribute are as follows:
                AA_NORMAL    Normal characters.
                AA_DIM       Dark characters.
                AA_BOLD      Bright characters.
                AA_BOLDFONT  Characters rendered in bold font.
                AA_REVERSE   Reversed (black on whilte) characters.
                AA_SPECIAL   Render  characters in a way easilly visible on the
                             screen.  The exact rendering is driver  dependent,
                             but this mode ought to be used to output texts you
                             want to make easilly visible in the image.
 
        const char *fmt
               Text to output in standard printf format.
 
        ...    Not Documented.
 

DESCRIPTION

        Print given text to AA-lib output buffers.  To see the effect you  need
        to call aa_flush too.
aa_fonts(3), aa_dither‐
aa_mousedrivers(3),
aa_displayrecommended(3),
aa_scrwidth(3),
aa_imgwidth(3),
aa_attrs(3),   aa_current‐
aa_autoinitmouse(3),
aa_initkbd(3),
aa_uninitmouse(3),
aa_gotoxy(3),  aa_hidecur‐
aa_hidemouse(3),  aa_show‐
aa_setfont(3),
aa_resizehandler(3),
aa_editkey(3),
aa_recommendlowkbd(3), aa_recom‐
aa_recommendhidisplay(3),
aa_recommendlowdisplay(3)
 

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