forked child print in parent's shell using ncurses. how to?

This is a discussion on forked child print in parent's shell using ncurses. how to? within the C Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; You'll need one pipe per child [or two if you need both directions to talk and listen]. -- Mats...

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    You'll need one pipe per child [or two if you need both directions to talk and listen].

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    ok..
    thanks for you help..
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