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XkbGetKeyTypes(3)						   XKB FUNCTIONS						 XkbGetKeyTypes(3)

NAME
XkbGetKeyTypes - Obtain the list of available key types in the server's keyboard mapping SYNOPSIS
Status XkbGetKeyTypes (Display *dpy, unsigned int first, unsigned int num, XkbDescPtr xkb); ARGUMENTS
- dpy connection to X server - first index to first type to get, 0 => 1st type - num number of key types to be returned - xkb keyboard description containing client map to update DESCRIPTION
XkbGetKeyTypes queries the server for the desired types, waits for a reply, and returns the desired types in the xkb->map->types. If suc- cessful, it returns Success. XkbGetKeyTypes returns BadAccess if the Xkb extension has not been properly initialized and BadValue if the combination of first and num results in numbers out of valid range. NOTE: XkbGetKeyTypes is used to obtain descriptions of the key types themselves, not the key types bound to individual keys. To obtain the key types bound to an individual key, refer to the key_sym_map field of the client map. DIAGNOSTICS
BadAccess The Xkb extension has not been properly initialized BadValue An argument is out of range SEE ALSO
XkbKeyType(3), XkbKeyTypeIndex(3) X Version 11 libX11 1.5.0 XkbGetKeyTypes(3)

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XkbGetKeySyms(3)						   XKB FUNCTIONS						  XkbGetKeySyms(3)

NAME
XkbGetKeySyms - Obtain the symbols for a subset of the keys in a keyboard description SYNOPSIS
Status XkbGetKeySyms ( dpy, first, num, xkb ) Display * dpy; unsigned int first; unsigned int num; XkbDescPtr xkb; ARGUMENTS
- dpy connection to X server - first keycode of first key to get - num number of keycodes for which syms desired - xkb Xkb description to be updated DESCRIPTION
XkbGetKeySyms sends a request to the server to obtain the set of keysyms bound to num keys starting with the key whose keycode is first. It waits for a reply and returns the keysyms in the map.syms field of xkb. If successful, XkbGetKeySyms returns Success. The xkb parameter must be a pointer to a valid Xkb keyboard description. If the client map in the xkb parameter has not been allocated, XkbGetKeySyms allocates and initializes it before obtaining the symbols. If a compatible version of Xkb is not available in the server or the Xkb extension has not been properly initialized, XkbGetKeySyms returns BadAccess. If num is less than 1 or greater than XkbMaxKeyCount, XkbGetKeySyms returns BadValue. If any allocation errors occur, XkbGetKeySyms returns BadAlloc. RETURN VALUES
Success The XkbGetKeySyms function returns Success if it gets a reply to a request to the server to obtain the set of keysyms bound to num keys starting with the key whose keycode is first. DIAGNOSTICS
BadAccess The Xkb extension has not been properly initialized BadAlloc Unable to allocate storage BadValue An argument is out of range X Version 11 libX11 1.2.1 XkbGetKeySyms(3)
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