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Libtui must be initialized before your application can use the available features. There are two ways to do this:
tuiInitMore function handles curses initialization whereas
tuiInit expects you to do it in your application. The parameter
is a callback for internal errors so that you can clean up your
application's state before quitting. Use
NULL if you don't need
Now you can begin using Libtui features. As mentioned in the Overview section, each of the features has a start and end function. See section 2. Overview.
TODO: show examples, etc...
After the application is through running, it is recommended to call an
exit function for Libtui if
tuiInitMore was used to
The parameter is the error number.
0 represents success (no error).
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