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MrmFetchWidget(library call)					     MrmFetchWidget(library call)

       MrmFetchWidget  --  Fetches  and creates an indexed (UIL named) application widget and its

       #include <Mrm/MrmPublic.h>
       Cardinal MrmFetchWidget(
       MrmHierarchy hierarchy_id,
       String index,
       Widget parent_widget,
       Widget *widget,
       MrmType *class);

       The MrmFetchWidget function fetches and creates an  indexed  application  widget  and  its
       children.   The	indexed  application widget is any widget that is named in UIL.  In fetch
       operations, the fetched widget's subtree is also fetched and created.   This  widget  must
       not  appear  as the child of a widget within its own subtree. MrmFetchWidget does not exe-
       cute XtManageChild for the newly created widget.

       All widgets fetched by a call to MrmFetchWidget are not managed at the time of their  cre-
       ation callbacks.

		 Specifies  the  ID  of the UID hierarchy that contains the interface definition.
		 The value of hierarchy_id was returned in a previous call  to	MrmOpenHierarchy-

       index	 Specifies the UIL name of the widget to fetch.

		 Specifies the parent widget ID.

       widget	 Returns the widget ID of the created widget.

       class	 This  argument  must  be  set to an actual pointer; it cannot be a NULL pointer.
		 MrmFetchWidget sets this argument to an implementation dependent value.

       An application can fetch any named widget in the UID hierarchy using MrmFetchWidget.  Mrm-
       FetchWidget  can  be called at any time to fetch a widget that was not fetched at applica-
       tion startup.  MrmFetchWidget can be used to defer fetching pop-up widgets until they  are
       first referenced (presumably in a callback), and then used to fetch them once.

       MrmFetchWidget  can also create multiple instances of a widget (and its subtree).  In this
       case, the UID definition functions as a template; a widget definition can be  fetched  any
       number  of  times.   An	application can use this template to make multiple instances of a
       widget, for example, in a dialog box box or menu.

       The index (UIL name) that identifies the widget must be known to the application.

       This function returns one of the following status return constants:

		 The function executed successfully.

		 The hierarchy ID was invalid.

		 The widget was not found in UID hierarchy.

		 The function failed.

       MrmOpenHierarchyPerDisplay(3), MrmFetchWidgetOverride(3).

								     MrmFetchWidget(library call)

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