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maze(1X)							     maze(1X)
X11R6									X11R6



NAME

  maze - an automated X11 demo repeatedly creating and solving a random	maze

SYNOPSIS

  maze [-S] [-r] [-g geometry] [-d display]

OPTIONS

  -S  Full screen window option...

  -r  Reverse video option...

  -g geometry
      Specifies	the window geometry to be used...

  -d display
      Specifies	the display to be used...

  The following	lists the current functionality	of various mouse button
  clicks;

  LeftButton
      Clears the window	and restarts maze...

  MiddleButton
      Toggles the maze program,	first click -> stop, second click -> con-
      tinue...

  RightButton
      Kills maze...

DESCRIPTION

  The maze program creates a "random" maze and then solves it with graphical
  feedback.

LIMITATIONS

  No color support...

  Expose events	force a	restart	of maze...

  Currently, mouse actions are based on	"raw" values [ Button1,	Button2	and
  Button3 ] from the ButtonPress event...

  [ does not use pointer mapping ]





COPYRIGHT

  Copyright 1988 by Sun	Microsystems, Inc. Mountain View, CA.


  All Rights Reserved

  Permission to	use, copy, modify, and distribute this software	and its	docu-
  mentation for	any purpose and	without	fee is hereby granted, provided	that
  the above copyright notice appear in all copies and that both	that copy-
  right	notice and this	permission notice appear in supporting documentation,
  and that Sun not be used in advertising or publicity pertaining to distri-
  bution of the	software without specific prior	written	permission. Sun	makes
  no representations about the suitability of this software for	any purpose.
  It is	provided "as is" without any express or	implied	warranty.

  SUN DISCLAIMS	ALL WARRANTIES WITH REGARD TO THIS SOFTWARE, INCLUDING ALL
  IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF	MERCHANTABILITY	AND FITNESS FOR	A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
  IN NO	EVENT SHALL SUN	BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL
  DAMAGES OR ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM LOSS	OF USE,	DATA OR	PRO-
  FITS,	WHETHER	IN AN ACTION OF	CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE OR	OTHER TORTIOUS
  ACTION, ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THIS
  SOFTWARE.

AUTHOR(S)

  Richard Hess [ X11 extensions	]	     {...}!uunet!cimshop!rhess
     Consilium,	Mountain View, CA
  Dave Lemke	  [ X11	version	]		     lemkeATsun.COM
     Sun MicroSystems, Mountain	View, CA
  Martin Weiss [ SunView version ]
     Sun MicroSystems, Mountain	View, CA