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Tk_AddOption(3) 		      Tk Library Procedures			  Tk_AddOption(3)

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NAME
       Tk_AddOption - Add an option to the option database

SYNOPSIS
       #include <tk.h>

       void
       Tk_AddOption(tkwin, name, value, priority)

ARGUMENTS
       Tk_Window tkwin (in)			 Token for window.

       const char *name (in)			 Multi-element name of option.

       const char *value (in)			 Value of option.

       int priority (in)			 Overall priority level to use for option.
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DESCRIPTION
       This  procedure	is  invoked to add an option to the database associated with tkwin's main
       window.	Name contains the option being specified and consists  of  names  and/or  classes
       separated  by asterisks or dots, in the usual X format.	Value contains the text string to
       associate with name; this value will be returned in calls to Tk_GetOption.  Priority spec-
       ifies  the  priority  of the value; when options are queried using Tk_GetOption, the value
       with the highest priority is returned.  Priority must be between 0 and TK_MAX_PRIO.   Some
       common priority values are:

       20     Used for default values hard-coded into widgets.

       40     Used for options specified in application-specific startup files.

       60     Used  for  options  specified  in user-specific defaults files, such as .Xdefaults,
	      resource databases loaded into the X server, or user-specific startup files.

       80     Used for options specified interactively after the application starts running.

KEYWORDS
       class, name, option, add

Tk										  Tk_AddOption(3)
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