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XmStringToXmStringTable(library call)			    XmStringToXmStringTable(library call)

NAME
       XmStringToXmStringTable	--  A convenience function that converts a single compound string
       to a table of compound strings

SYNOPSIS
       #include <Xm/Xm.h>
       Cardinal XmStringToXmStringTable(
       XmString string,
       XmString break_component,
       XmStringTable *table);

DESCRIPTION
       XmStringToXmStringTable takes as input a single compound string	and  a	specified  string
       component  (such  as a tab) and returns a table of compound strings consisting of portions
       of string delimited by components matching break_component. The components marking  breaks
       will not appear in the resulting table.

       string	 Specifies the XmString to be converted.

       break_component
		 Specifies  the  XmStringComponent  that  will be used to indicate where to split
		 string to form the individual elements of table. The most useful types  will  be
		 XmSTRING_COMPONENT_SEPARATOR  and XmSTRING_COMPONENT_TAB. Refer to the XmString-
		 ComponentType(3) reference page for a complete list of possible component types.
		 Note,	however,  that the XmSTRING_COMPONENT_UNKNOWN component is not a possible
		 type.

       table	 Returns the equivalent XmStringTable.	The function will allocate space to  hold
		 the  returned	XmStringTable.	When the applicaiton no longer needs the returned
		 XmStringTable, the application should call XmStringFree once for  each  compound
		 string  in  the  table,  and then calling XtFree to deallocate the XmStringTable
		 itself.

RETURN
       Returns the number of compound strings in table.

RELATED
       XmStringTable(3).

							    XmStringToXmStringTable(library call)
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