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XmCreatePromptDialog(library call)			       XmCreatePromptDialog(library call)

NAME
       XmCreatePromptDialog -- The SelectionBox PromptDialog convenience creation function

SYNOPSIS
       #include <Xm/SelectioB.h>
       Widget XmCreatePromptDialog(
       Widget parent,
       String name,
       ArgList arglist,
       Cardinal argcount);

DESCRIPTION
       XmCreatePromptDialog  is a convenience creation function that creates a DialogShell and an
       unmanaged SelectionBox child of the DialogShell.  A PromptDialog prompts the user for text
       input.	It  includes  a  message,  a  text  input region, and three managed buttons.  The
       default button labels are OK, Cancel, and Help.	An additional button, with Apply  as  the
       default	label,	is  created  unmanaged; it may be explicitly managed if needed. One addi-
       tional WorkArea child may be added to the SelectionBox after creation.

       XmCreatePromptDialog forces the value of the SelectionBox resource XmNdialogType to XmDIA-
       LOG_PROMPT.

       Use  XtManageChild  to  pop  up	the  PromptDialog (passing the SelectionBox as the widget
       parameter); use XtUnmanageChild to pop it down.

       XmCreatePromptDialog forces the value of the Shell resource XmNallowShellResize to True.

       parent	 Specifies the parent widget ID

       name	 Specifies the name of the created widget

       arglist	 Specifies the argument list

       argcount  Specifies the number of attribute/value pairs in the argument list (arglist)

       For a complete definition of SelectionBox and its associated resources,	see  XmSelection-
       Box(3).

RETURN
       Returns the SelectionBox widget ID.

RELATED
       XmSelectionBox(3).

							       XmCreatePromptDialog(library call)
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