XmRenderTableCvtToProp(library call) XmRenderTableCvtToProp(library call)
XmRenderTableCvtToProp -- A render table function that converts a render table to a string representation
unsigned int XmRenderTableCvtToProp(
XmRenderTableCvtToProp converts a render table to a string of characters representing the render table. This routine is typically used by
the source of a data transfer operation to produce a representation for transferring a render table to a destination.
widget Specifies the widget that is the source of the render table
table Specifies a render table to be converted
Specifies a pointer to a string that is created and returned by this function. The function allocates space to hold the returned
string. The application is responsible for managing this allocated space. The application can recover this allocated space by
Returns the number of bytes in the string representation.
RELATED XmRenderTable(3) and XmRenderTableCvtFromProp(3).
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XmRenderTableAddRenditions(library call) XmRenderTableAddRenditions(library call)
XmRenderTableAddRenditions -- Creates a new render table
XmRenderTableAddRenditions is a function to create a new render table that includes the renditions listed in oldtable, if there is one.
This function also copies specified renditions (renditions) to the new render table. The first rendition_count renditions of the renditions
array are added to the new table. If a rendition is tagged with a tag that matches a tag already in oldtable, then the existing rendition
using that tag is either modified or freed and replaced with the new rendition, depending on the value of merge_mode. If oldtable is NULL,
XmRenderTableAddRenditions creates a new render table containing only the specified renditions.
This function deallocates the original render table after extracting the required information. It is the responsibility of the caller to
free the renditions of the renditions array by calling the XmRenditionFree function.
oldtable Specifies the render table to be added to.
Specifies an array of renditions to be added.
Specifies the number of renditions from renditions to be added.
Specifies what to do if the XmNtag of a rendition matches that of one that already exists in oldtable. The possible values are as
Completely replaces the old rendition with the new one.
Replaces any unspecified values of the old rendition with the corresponding values from the new rendition.
Replaces the old rendition with the new rendition, replacing any unspecified values of the new rendition with the cor-
responding values from the old rendition.
XmSKIP Skips over the new rendition, leaving the old rendition intact.
If renditions is NULL or rendition_count is 0 (zero), this function returns oldtable. Otherwise, the function returns a new XmRenderTable.
The function allocates space to hold this new render table. The application is responsible for managing this allocated space. The appli-
cation can recover the allocated space by calling XmRenderTableFree.
RELATED XmRendition(3) and XmRenderTableFree(3).
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