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XmCreateSimpleCheckBox(library call)			     XmCreateSimpleCheckBox(library call)

NAME
       XmCreateSimpleCheckBox -- A RowColumn widget convenience creation function

SYNOPSIS
       #include <Xm/RowColumn.h>
       Widget XmCreateSimpleCheckBox(
       Widget parent,
       String name,
       ArgList arglist,
       Cardinal argcount);

DESCRIPTION
       XmCreateSimpleCheckBox  creates	an instance of a RowColumn widget of type XmWORK_AREA and
       returns the associated widget ID.

       This routine creates a CheckBox and its ToggleButtonGadget children.  A CheckBox is  simi-
       lar  to	a RadioBox, except that more than one button can be selected at a time.  The name
       of each button is button_n, where n is an integer from 0 (zero) to the number  of  buttons
       in the menu minus 1.  Buttons are named and created in the order they are specified in the
       RowColumn simple menu creation resources supplied in the argument list.

       parent	 Specifies the parent widget ID

       name	 Specifies the name of the created widget

       arglist	 Specifies the argument list

       argcount  Specifies the number of attribute/value pairs in the argument list (arglist)

       A number of resources exist specifically for use with this and other simple menu  creation
       routines.   The	only  button type allowed in the XmNbuttonType resource is XmCHECKBUTTON.
       For a complete definition of RowColumn and its associated resources, see XmRowColumn(3).

RETURN
       Returns the RowColumn widget ID.

RELATED
       XmCreateRadioBox(3),  XmCreateRowColumn(3),   XmCreateSimpleRadioBox(3),   XmRowColumn(3),
       XmVaCreateSimpleCheckBox(3), and XmVaCreateSimpleRadioBox(3).

							     XmCreateSimpleCheckBox(library call)
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