Write a program to hide the mouse cursor on the terminal screen.
- The curses package is imported and used for this task in C language, napms function call is used for the delay, and curs_set() function is called to make the cursor disappear.
- In Python, a package called UniCurses, which is similar to the curses package, is imported and used. In the program, the sleep() function is used for the delay and the curs_set() function is called to make the cursor disappear and then appear again.
Below is the implementation of the above approach:
- PYGLET – Getting System Mouse Cursor Object
- PYGLET – Drawing Mouse Cursor for Window
- PYGLET – Show / Hide Mouse
- Building a terminal based online dictionary with Python and bash
- Formatted text in Linux Terminal using Python
- Print Colors in Python terminal
- Python | How to make a terminal progress bar using tqdm
- Executing functions with multiple arguments at a terminal in Python
- Python VLC MediaPlayer - Getting Cursor
- PyQt5 QSpinBox - Setting cursor
- PyQt5 QSpinBox - Accessing the cursor
- PyQt5 QSpinBox - How to unset the cursor
- Convert PyMongo Cursor to JSON
- Convert PyMongo Cursor to Dataframe
- PyQt5 QCalendarWidget - Changing Cursor Shape
- PyQt5 QCalendarWidget - Getting Cursor Shape
- PyQt5 QCalendarWidget - Making Cursor Shape back to normal
- What is a PyMongo Cursor?
- wxPython - Change Cursor image on StaticText
- wxPython - Change Cursor on hover on Button
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