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CentOS 7.0 - man page for xmtablistinserttabs (centos section 3)

XmTabListInsertTabs(library call)				XmTabListInsertTabs(library call)

       XmTabListInsertTabs -- A convenience function that inserts tabs into a tab list

       #include <Xm/Xm.h>
       XmTabList XmTabListInsertTabs(
       XmTabList oldlist,
       XmTab *tabs,
       Cardinal tab_count,
       int position);

       XmTabListInsertTabs  creates  a new tab list that includes the tabs in oldlist. This func-
       tion copies specified tabs to the tab list at the given position. The first tab_count tabs
       of  the tabs array are added to the tab list. If oldlist is NULL, XmTabListInsertTabs cre-
       ates a new tab list containing only the tabs specified.

       oldlist	 Specifies the tab list to add the tabs to.   The  function  deallocates  oldlist
		 after extracting the required information.

       tabs	 Specifies a pointer to the tabs to be added to the tab list.  It is the caller's
		 responsibility to free the tabs in tabs by using XmTabFree.

       tab_count Specifies the number of tabs in tabs.

       position  Specifies the position of the first new tab in the tab list. A value of 0 (zero)
		 makes the first new tab the first tab in the tab list, a value of 1 makes it the
		 second tab, and so on. If position  is  greater  than	the  number  of  tabs  in
		 oldlist, then the tabs will be inserted at the end. If position is negative, the
		 count will be backwards from the end. A value of -1 makes the first new tab  the
		 last tab, and so on.

       If  tabs  is  NULL  or tab_count is 0 (zero), this function returns oldlist. Otherwise, it
       returns a new tab list.	The function allocates space to hold the returned tab list.   The
       application  is responsible for managing the allocated space.  The application can recover
       the allocated space by calling XmTabListFree.

       XmTabList(3) and XmTabListFree(3).

								XmTabListInsertTabs(library call)

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