intype_again(type.i2.r, row.i2.r, column.i2.r)

	INTYPE_AGAIN will return the same event type, row, and column as
	was returned on the most recent call to intype.

	type	application task event code:
	        (INTINI -> initialization (first entry to program),
		 INTTRM -> termination, one last chance to finish up before
			   passing control to next (requested) application
			   (The next call to term will terminate the program.),
		 INTKBD -> keyboard interrupt event (attention key has been
			   pressed) (valid only for primary application
		 INT_SHIFT_KBD -> shift click interrupt,
		 INT_CTRL_KBD -> control click interrupt,
		 INT_ALT_KBD -> alt click interrupt,
		 INTPER -> periodic event (currently 15 Hz),
		 INTKUP -> button released event (Delivered only if button
			   release happens greater than .5 second after button 
		 	   press and if additional events are enabled via the
			   FLAGS argument.),
		 INT_BTN2 -> button2 (middle) pressed,
		 INT_BTN3 -> button3 (right) pressed,
		 INT_BTN4 -> button4 (wheel up) pressed,
		 INT_BTN5 -> button5 (wheel down) pressed,
		 INT_FOCUSIN -> TV window just received focus,
		 INT_FOCUSOUT -> TV window just lost focus)
		 (Other values may be defined in the future.)
	row	coordinates of visible cursor on console alphanumeric
	column	display for primary application tasks (tasks named PAnnnn).
		Undefined for secondary application tasks (named SAnnnn).

	This function requires the following include files:

	cnsparam_h, clib_h

	Related functions:

	intype, intype_put_rowcol

	C/C++ usage:

	short	type;
	short	row;
	short	column;