wunctrl - generate printable representation of a wide character
#include <curses.h> wchar_t *wunctrl(cchar_t *wc);
The wunctrl() function generates a wide character string that is a printable representation of the wide character wc.
This function also performs the following processing on the input argument:
- Control characters are converted to the ^X notation.
- Any rendition information is removed.
Upon successful completion, wunctrl() returns the generated string. Otherwise, it returns a null pointer.
No errors are defined.
keyname(), unctrl(), <curses.h>.