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XmStringDraw(library call)					       XmStringDraw(library call)

NAME
       XmStringDraw -- A compound string function that draws a compound string in an X window

SYNOPSIS
       #include <Xm/Xm.h>
       void XmStringDraw(
       Display * d,
       Window w,
       XmRenderTable rendertable,
       XmString string,
       GC gc,
       Position x,
       Position y,
       Dimension width,
       unsigned char alignment,
       unsigned char layout_direction,
       XRectangle * clip);

DESCRIPTION
       XmStringDraw  draws a compound string in an X Window.  If a compound string segment uses a
       rendition that contains a font set, the graphic context passed to this routine  will  have
       the  GC	font  member  left  in	an undefined state. The underlying XmbStringDraw function
       called by this routine modifies the font ID field of the GC passed into it  and	does  not
       attempt	to  restore  the font ID to the incoming value. If the compound string segment is
       not drawn using a font set, the graphic context must contain a valid font member.  Graphic
       contexts  created  by XtGetGC are not valid for this routine; instead, use XtAllocateGC to
       create a graphic context.

       d	 Specifies the display.

       w	 Specifies the window.

       rendertable
		 Specifies the render table.

       string	 Specifies the string.

       gc	 Specifies the graphics context to use.

       x	 Specifies a coordinate of the rectangle that will contain the displayed compound
		 string.

       y	 Specifies a coordinate of the rectangle that will contain the displayed compound
		 string.

       width	 Specifies the width of the rectangle that will contain  the  displayed  compound
		 string.

       alignment Specifies  how the string will be aligned within the specified rectangle.  It is
		 either XmALIGNMENT_BEGINNING, XmALIGNMENT_CENTER, or XmALIGNMENT_END.

       layout_direction
		 Controls the direction in which the segments of the compound string will be laid
		 out. It also determines the meaning of the alignment parameter.

       clip	 Allows  the application to restrict the area into which the compound string will
		 be drawn.  If the value is NULL, clipping will be determined by the GC.

RELATED
       XmStringCreate(3).

								       XmStringDraw(library call)
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