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XrmGetResource(3)			  XLIB FUNCTIONS			XrmGetResource(3)

       XrmGetResource, XrmQGetResource, XrmQGetSearchList, XrmQGetSearchResource - retrieve data-
       base resources and search lists

       #include <X11/Xresource.h>

       Bool XrmGetResource(XrmDatabase database, char *str_name, char *str_class, char
	      **str_type_return, XrmValue *value_return);

       Bool XrmQGetResource(XrmDatabase database, XrmNameList quark_name, XrmClassList
	      quark_class, XrmRepresentation *quark_type_return, XrmValue *value_return);

       typedef XrmHashTable *XrmSearchList;

	      Bool XrmQGetSearchList(XrmDatabase database, XrmNameList names, XrmClassList
	      classes, XrmSearchList list_return, int list_length);

       Bool XrmQGetSearchResource(XrmSearchList list, XrmName name, XrmClass class, XrmRepresen-
	      tation *type_return, XrmValue *value_return);

       class	 Specifies the resource class.

       classes	 Specifies a list of resource classes.

       database  Specifies the database that is to be used.

       list	 Specifies the search list returned by XrmQGetSearchList.

		 Specifies the number of entries (not the byte size) allocated for list_return.

		 Returns a search list for further use.

       name	 Specifies the resource name.

       names	 Specifies a list of resource names.

		 Specifies the fully qualified class of the value being retrieved (as a quark).

		 Specifies the fully qualified name of the value being retrieved (as a quark).

		 Returns the representation type of the destination (as a quark).

       str_class Specifies the fully qualified class of the value being retrieved (as a string).

       str_name  Specifies the fully qualified name of the value being retrieved (as a string).

		 Returns the representation type of the destination (as a string).

		 Returns data representation type.

		 Returns the value in the database.

       The XrmGetResource and XrmQGetResource functions retrieve a resource from the specified
       database.  Both take a fully qualified name/class pair, a destination resource representa-
       tion, and the address of a value (size/address pair).  The value and returned type point
       into database memory; therefore, you must not modify the data.

       The database only frees or overwrites entries on XrmPutResource, XrmQPutResource, or Xrm-
       MergeDatabases.	A client that is not storing new values into the database or is not merg-
       ing the database should be safe using the address passed back at any time until it exits.
       If a resource was found, both XrmGetResource and XrmQGetResource return True; otherwise,
       they return False.

       The XrmQGetSearchList function takes a list of names and classes and returns a list of
       database levels where a match might occur.  The returned list is in best-to-worst order
       and uses the same algorithm as XrmGetResource for determining precedence.  If list_return
       was large enough for the search list, XrmQGetSearchList returns True; otherwise, it
       returns False.

       The size of the search list that the caller must allocate is dependent upon the number of
       levels and wildcards in the resource specifiers that are stored in the database.  The
       worst case length is %3 sup n%, where n is the number of name or class components in names
       or classes.

       When using XrmQGetSearchList followed by multiple probes for resources with a common name
       and class prefix, only the common prefix should be specified in the name and class list to

       The XrmQGetSearchResource function searches the specified database levels for the resource
       that is fully identified by the specified name and class.  The search stops with the first
       match.  XrmQGetSearchResource returns True if the resource was found; otherwise, it
       returns False.

       A call to XrmQGetSearchList with a name and class list containing all but the last compo-
       nent of a resource name followed by a call to XrmQGetSearchResource with the last compo-
       nent name and class returns the same database entry as XrmGetResource and XrmQGetResource
       with the fully qualified name and class.

       The algorithm for determining which resource database entry matches a given query is the
       heart of the resource manager.  All queries must fully specify the name and class of the
       desired resource (use of the characters ``*'' and ``?'' are not permitted).  The library
       supports up to 100 components in a full name or class.  Resources are stored in the data-
       base with only partially specified names and classes, using pattern matching constructs.
       An asterisk (*) is a loose binding and is used to represent any number of intervening com-
       ponents, including none.  A period (.) is a tight binding and is used to separate immedi-
       ately adjacent components.  A question mark (?) is used to match any single component name
       or class.  A database entry cannot end in a loose binding; the final component (which can-
       not be the character ``?'') must be specified.  The lookup algorithm searches the database
       for the entry that most closely matches (is most specific for) the full name and class
       being queried.  When more than one database entry matches the full name and class, prece-
       dence rules are used to select just one.

       The full name and class are scanned from left to right (from highest level in the hierar-
       chy to lowest), one component at a time.  At each level, the corresponding component
       and/or binding of each matching entry is determined, and these matching components and
       bindings are compared according to precedence rules.  Each of the rules is applied at each
       level before moving to the next level, until a rule selects a single entry over all oth-
       ers.  The rules, in order of precedence, are:

       1.   An entry that contains a matching component (whether name, class, or the character
	    ``?'')  takes precedence over entries that elide the level (that is, entries that
	    match the level in a loose binding).

       2.   An entry with a matching name takes precedence over both entries with a matching
	    class and entries that match using the character ``?''.  An entry with a matching
	    class takes precedence over entries that match using the character ``?''.

       3.   An entry preceded by a tight binding takes precedence over entries preceded by a
	    loose binding.

       XrmInitialize(3), XrmMergeDatabases(3), XrmPutResource(3), XrmUniqueQuark(3)
       Xlib - C Language X Interface

X Version 11				   libX11 1.6.0 			XrmGetResource(3)

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