no - pointer page for functions with no prefix
The no prefix indicates that a Curses function disables a mode. (The corresponding functions without the no prefix enable the same mode.)
The no functions are discussed together with the corresponding functions that do not have these prefixes. The nodelay() function has an entry under its own name because there is no corresponding delay() function.
The noqiflush() and notimeout() functions have an entry under their own names because they precede the corresponding function without the no prefix in alphabetical order. They are found on the following entries:
Function Refer to nocbreak() cbreak() noecho() echo() nonl() nl() noraw() cbreak()