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CentOS 7.0 - man page for xmvacreatesimpleradiobox (centos section 3)

XmVaCreateSimpleRadioBox(library call)			   XmVaCreateSimpleRadioBox(library call)

NAME
       XmVaCreateSimpleRadioBox -- A RowColumn widget convenience creation function

SYNOPSIS
       #include <Xm/RowColumn.h>
       Widget XmVaCreateSimpleRadioBox(
       Widget parent,
       String name,
       int button_set,
       XtCallbackProc callback);

DESCRIPTION
       XmVaCreateSimpleRadioBox creates an instance of a RowColumn widget of type XmWORK_AREA and
       returns the associated widget ID.  This routine uses the ANSI C	variable-length  argument
       list (varargs) calling convention.

       This  routine  creates  a  RadioBox and its ToggleButtonGadget children.  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.

       parent	 Specifies the parent widget ID.

       name	 Specifies the name of the created widget.

       button_set
		 Specifies which button is initially set.  The value is the integer n in the but-
		 ton name button_n.

       callback  Specifies a callback procedure to be called when a button's value changes.  This
		 callback function is added to each button after creation as the button's XmNval-
		 ueChangedCallback.  The callback  function  is  called  when  a  button's  value
		 changes, and the button number is returned in the client_data field.

       The  variable  portion  of  the	argument list consists of groups of arguments.	The first
       argument in each group is a constant or a string and determines which arguments follow  in
       that group.  The last argument in the list must be NULL.  Following are the possible first
       arguments in each group of varargs:

       XmVaRADIOBUTTON
		 This is followed by four additional arguments. The set specifies one  button  in
		 the  RadioBox and some of its resource values. Following are the additional four
		 arguments, in order:

		 label	   The label string, of type XmString.

		 mnemonic  The mnemonic, of type KeySym. This is ignored in this release.

		 accelerator
			   The accelerator, of type String. This is ignored in this release.

		 accelerator_text
			   The accelerator text, of  type  XmString.  This  is	ignored  in  this
			   release.

       resource_name
		 This  is followed by one additional argument, the value of the resource, of type
		 XtArgVal. The pair specifies a resource and its value for the RowColumn widget.

       XtVaTypedArg
		 This is followed by four additional arguments. The set specifies a resource  and
		 its  value  for the RowColumn widget. A resource type conversion is performed if
		 necessary. Following are the additional four arguments, in this order:

		 name	   The resource name, of type String

		 type	   The type of the resource value supplied, of type String

		 value	   The resource value (or a pointer to the resource value,  depending  on
			   the type and size of the value), of type XtArgVal

		 size	   The size of the resource value in bytes, of type int

       XtVaNestedList
		 This is followed by one additional argument of type XtVarArgsList. This argument
		 is a nested list of varargs returned by XtVaCreateArgsList.

       For more information on variable-length argument lists, see the X Toolkit Intrinsics docu-
       mentation.

       A  number of resources exist specifically for use with this and other simple menu creation
       routines.  For a complete definition of RowColumn and its associated resources, see XmRow-
       Column(3).

RETURN
       Returns the RowColumn widget ID.

RELATED
       XmCreateRadioBox(3),  XmCreateRowColumn(3),  XmCreateSimpleCheckBox(3),	XmCreateSimpleRa-
       dioBox(3), XmRowColumn(3), and XmVaCreateSimpleCheckBox(3),

							   XmVaCreateSimpleRadioBox(library call)


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