XmTabGetValues(library call) XmTabGetValues(library call)
XmTabGetValues -- A convenience function that returns tab values
unsigned char *units,
unsigned char *alignment,
XmTabGetValues takes an XmTab structure, returns the floating point number that is set as the value of the tab, and then sets values for
the units, offset, alignment, and decimal arguments where they are not NULL. The returned floating point number represents the distance
that the rendering of the XmString segment associated with tab will be offset. The offset is from either the beginning of the rendering or
from the previous tab stop, depending on the setting for the offset model. The distance will use the unit type pointed at by unit.
tab Specifies the tab to get the value from.
units Specifies a pointer to the unit type.
offset Specifies a pointer to the offset model.
alignment Specifies a pointer to the alignment type.
decimal Specifies a pointer to the multibyte character used as the decimal point.
Returns a floating point number that is set as the value of the tab.
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XmTabCreate(library call) XmTabCreate(library call)
XmTabCreate -- A convenience function that creates a tab stop
unsigned char units,
unsigned char alignment,
XmTabCreate creates a tab stop at a position defined by the value and units arguments.
value Specifies the floating point value to be used in conjunction with units to calculate the location of the tab stop. Note that
negative values are not permitted.
units Specifies the unit type (for example, XmMILLIMETERS) to be used in conjunction with value to calculate the location of the tab
stop. You can specify any unit described by the XmConvertUnits reference page. For resources of type, dimension, or position,
you can specify units as described in the XmNunitType resource of the XmGadget, XmManager, or XmPrimitive reference page.
Specifies whether the tab value represents an absolute position or a relative offset from the previous tab. Valid values are
XmABSOLUTE and XmRELATIVE.
alignment Specifies how the text should be aligned relative to this tab stop. Valid values are XmALIGNMENT_BEGINNING.
decimal Specifies the multibyte character in the current language environment to be used as the decimal point for a decimal aligned tab
stop. This is currently unused.
Returns a newly allocated XmTab. The application is responsible for managing this allocated space. The application can recover this allo-
cated space by calling XmTabFree.
RELATED XmTab(3) and XmTabFree(3).
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