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xmimsetfocusvalues(3) [centos man page]

XmImSetFocusValues(library call)										  XmImSetFocusValues(library call)

NAME
XmImSetFocusValues -- An input manager function that notifies an input manager that a widget has received input focus and updates the input context attributes SYNOPSIS
#include <Xm/XmIm.h> void XmImSetFocusValues( Widget widget, ArgList arglist, Cardinal argcount, ); DESCRIPTION
XmImSetFocusValues notifies the input manager that the specified widget has received input focus. This function also updates the attributes of the input context associated with the widget. The focus window for the XIC is set to the window of the widget. The arglist argument is a list of attribute/value pairs for the input context. This function passes the attributes and values to XICSetValues. The caller of this routine should pass in only those values that have changed since the last call to any of these functions; XmImSetValues, XmImSetFocusVal- ues, XmImVaSetValues, or XmImVaSetFocusValues. See the description in the XmImSetValues(3) reference page for a list of associated resources. If the previous parameters for the widget's XIC do not allow the previously registered XIC to be reused, that XIC will be unregistered, and a new one will be created and registered with the widget. Note that sharing of data is preserved. widget Specifies the ID of the widget registered with the input manager. arglist Specifies the list of attribute/value pairs to be passed to XICSetValues. See the description in the XmImSetValues(3) man page for a description of resources. argcount Specifies the number of attribute/values pairs in the argument list (arglist) Note that the Text and TextField widgets call the XmImSetFocusValues function when they receive focus. Therefore, further calls to the XmImSetFocusValues function for these widgets are unnecessary. RELATED
XmImSetValues(3), XmImVaSetFocusValues(3), and XmImVaSetValues(3). XmImSetFocusValues(library call)

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XmImVaSetValues(library call)											     XmImVaSetValues(library call)

NAME
XmImVaSetValues -- An input manager function that updates attributes of an input context SYNOPSIS
#include <Xm/XmIm.h> void XmImVaSetValues( Widget widget); DESCRIPTION
XmImVaSetValues updates attributes of the input context associated with the specified widget. This function passes the attributes to XIC- SetValues. The initial call to this routine should pass in all of the input context attributes. Thereafter, the application programmer calls XmImVaSetValues only if a value has changed. See the description in the XmImSetValues(3) man page for a list of associated resources. This routine uses the ANSI C variable-length argument list (varargs) calling convention. The variable-length argument list consists of groups of arguments each of which contains an attribute followed by the value of the attribute. The last argument in the list must be NULL. Note that the List and TextField widgets call the XmImVaSetValues function internally. Therefore, further calls to the XmImVaSetValues function for these widgets are unnecessary. widget Specifies the ID of the widget registered with the input manager For more information on variable-length argument lists, see the X Toolkit Intrinsics documentation. RELATED
XmImSetFocusValues(3), XmImSetValues(3), and XmImVaSetFocusValues(3). XmImVaSetValues(library call)
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