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xmtabsetvalue(3) [centos man page]

XmTabSetValue(library call)											       XmTabSetValue(library call)

NAME
XmTabSetValue -- A convenience function that sets a tab stop SYNOPSIS
#include <Xm/Xm.h> void XmTabSetValue( XmTab tab, float value); DESCRIPTION
XmTabSetValue sets the value field of the XmTab structure associated with tab. tab Specifies the tab to set the value of. value Specifies the floating point number which 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 depends on the tab's unit type. Note that negative values are not permitted, and that if a tab stop would cause text to overlap, the x position for the segment is set immediately after the end of the previous segment. RELATED
See also the Motif Programmer's Guide for more information about tabs and tab lists. XmTab(3). XmTabSetValue(library call)

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XmTabList(library call) 												   XmTabList(library call)

NAME
XmTabList -- Data type for a tab list SYNOPSIS
#include <Xm/Xm.h> XmTabList DESCRIPTION
XmTabList is the data type for a tab list. A tab list consists of tab stop list entries (XmTabs). Whenever a tab component is encountered while an XmString is being rendered, the origin of the next X draw depends on the next XmTab. If a tab stop would cause text to overlap, the x position for the segment is reset to follow immediately after the end of the previous segment. Tab lists are specified in resource files with the following syntax: resource_spec: tab WHITESPACE [, WHITESPACE tab ]* The resource value string consists of one or more tabs separated by commas. Each tab identifies the value of the tab, the unit type, and whether the offset is relative or absolute. For example: tab := float [ WHITESPACE units ] float := [ sign ] [[ DIGIT]*. ]DIGIT+ sign := + where the presence or absence of sign indicates, respectively, a relative offset or an absolute offset. Note that negative tab values are not allowed. units indicates the unitType to use as described in the XmConvertUnits reference page. For example, the following specifies a tab list consisting of a one inch absolute tab followed by a one inch relative tab: *tabList: 1in, +1in 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. RELATED
Refer to the Motif Programmer's Guide for more information about tabs and tab lists. XmTabListCopy(3), XmTabListFree(3), XmTabListGet- Tab(3), XmTabListInsertTabs(3), XmTabListRemoveTabs(3), XmTabListReplacePositions(3), and XmTabListTabCount(3). XmTabList(library call)
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