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XmListPosToBounds(library call) 				  XmListPosToBounds(library call)

       XmListPosToBounds  -- A List function that returns the bounding box of an item at a speci-
       fied position in a list

       #include <Xm/List.h>
       Boolean XmListPosToBounds(
       Widget widget,
       int position,
       Position *x,
       Position *y,
       Dimension *width,
       Dimension *height);

       XmListPosToBounds returns the coordinates of an item within a list and the  dimensions  of
       its  bounding  box.  The  function returns the associated x and y-coordinates of the upper
       left corner of the bounding box relative to the upper left corner of the List  widget,  as
       well  as  the width and the height of the box. The caller can pass a NULL value for the x,
       y, width, or height parameters to indicate that the return value for that parameter is not

       widget	 Specifies the ID of the List widget.

       position  Specifies  the position of the specified item.  A value of 1 indicates the first
		 item in the list; a value of 2 indicates the second item; and so on. A value  of
		 0 (zero) specifies the last item in the list.

       x	 Specifies a pointer to the returned x-coordinate of the item.

       y	 Specifies the pointer to the returned y-coordinate of the item.

       width	 Specifies the pointer to the returned width of the item.

       height	 Specifies the pointer to the returned height of the item.

       For a complete definition of List and its associated resources, see XmList(3).

       If the item at the specified position is not visible, returns False, and the returned val-
       ues (if any) are undefined. Otherwise, this function returns True.

       XmList(3) and XmListYToPos(3).

								  XmListPosToBounds(library call)
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