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XmFontListEntryCreate(library call)			      XmFontListEntryCreate(library call)

NAME
       XmFontListEntryCreate -- A font list function that creates a font list entry

SYNOPSIS
       #include <Xm/Xm.h>
       XmFontListEntry XmFontListEntryCreate(
       char *tag,
       XmFontType type,
       XtPointer font);

DESCRIPTION
       XmFontListEntryCreate  creates  a  font list entry that contains either a font or font set
       and is identified by a tag.

       tag	 Specifies a NULL terminated string for the tag of the font list entry.  The  tag
		 may  be  specified  as  XmFONTLIST_DEFAULT_TAG,  which  is  used to identify the
		 default font list element in a font list.

       type	 Specifies whether the font argument is a font structure or  a	font  set.  Valid
		 values are XmFONT_IS_FONT and XmFONT_IS_FONTSET.

       font	 Specifies  either  an	XFontSet  returned  by	XCreateFontSet or a pointer to an
		 XFontStruct returned by XLoadQueryFont.

       The toolkit does not copy the X Font structure specified by the font argument.  Therefore,
       an  application	programmer  must  not  free  XFontStruct or XFontSet until all font lists
       and/or font entries that reference it have been freed.

RETURN
       Returns a font list entry.  The function allocates space to hold the  returned  font  list
       entry.  The  application  is responsible for managing the allocated space. The application
       can recover the allocated space by calling XmFontListEntryFree.

RELATED
       XmFontList(3),	XmFontListAppendEntry(3),   XmFontListEntryFree(3),   XmFontListEntryGet-
       Font(3), XmFontListEntryGetTag(3), XmFontListEntryLoad(3), and XmFontListRemoveEntry(3).

							      XmFontListEntryCreate(library call)
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