XmListSelectPos(library call) XmListSelectPos(library call)
XmListSelectPos -- A List function that selects an item at a specified position in the list
XmListSelectPos highlights a List item at the specified position and adds it to the list of selected items.
widget Specifies the ID of the List widget.
position Specifies the position of the item to be selected. A value of 1 indicates that the first item in the list is selected; a value
of 2 indicates that the second item is selected; and so on. A value of 0 (zero) indicates that the last item in the list is
notify Specifies a Boolean value that when TRUE invokes the selection callback for the current mode. From an application interface view,
calling this function with notify True is indistinguishable from a user-initiated selection action. When notify is FALSE, no
callbacks are called.
For a complete definition of List and its associated resources, see XmList(3).
RELATED XmList(3) and XmListSelectItem(3).
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XmListReplacePositions - A List function that replaces items in a list based on position
void XmListReplacePositions (widget, position_list, item_list, item_count)
XmListReplacePositions replaces noncontiguous items in a list. The item at each position specified in position_list is replaced with the
corresponding entry in item_list. When the items are inserted into the list, they are compared with the current XmNselectedItems list. Any
of the new items that match items on the selected list appears selected. A warning message is displayed if a specified position is
invalid; that is, the value is 0, a negative integer, or a number greater than the number of items in the list. Specifies the ID of the
List widget. Specifies an array of the positions of items to be replaced. The position of the first item in the list is 1; the position
of the second item is 2; and so on. Specifies an array of the replacement items. Specifies the number of elements in position_list and
item_list. This number must be non-negative.
For a complete definition of List and its associated resources, see XmList(3X).
SEE ALSO XmList(3X)XmListReplacePositions(3X)
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