XkbKeycodeToKeysym(3) XKB FUNCTIONS XkbKeycodeToKeysym(3)NAME
XkbKeycodeToKeysym - Finds the keysym bound to a particular key at a specified group and shift level
KeySym XkbKeycodeToKeysym (Display *dpy, KeyCode kc, unsigned int group, unsigned int level);
- dpy connection to X server
- kc key of interest
group of interest
shift level of interest
XkbKeycodeToKeysym returns the keysym bound to a particular group and shift level for a particular key on the core keyboard. If kc is not a
legal keycode for the core keyboard, or if group or level are out of range for the specified key, XkbKeycodeToKeysym returns NoSymbol.
X Version 11 libX11 1.5.0 XkbKeycodeToKeysym(3)
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XStringToKeysym(3) XLIB FUNCTIONS XStringToKeysym(3)NAME
XStringToKeysym, XKeysymToString, XKeycodeToKeysym, XKeysymToKeycode, XConvertCase - convert keysyms
KeySym XStringToKeysym(char *string);
char *XKeysymToString(KeySym keysym);
KeySym XKeycodeToKeysym(Display *display, KeyCode keycode, int index);
KeyCode XKeysymToKeycode(Display *display, KeySym keysym);
void XConvertCase(KeySym keysym, KeySym *lower_return, KeySym *upper_return);
display Specifies the connection to the X server.
index Specifies the element of KeyCode vector.
keycode Specifies the KeyCode.
keysym Specifies the KeySym that is to be searched for or converted.
Returns the lowercase form of keysym, or keysym.
string Specifies the name of the KeySym that is to be converted.
Returns the uppercase form of keysym, or keysym.
Standard KeySym names are obtained from <X11/keysymdef.h> by removing the XK_ prefix from each name. KeySyms that are not part of the Xlib
standard also may be obtained with this function. The set of KeySyms that are available in this manner and the mechanisms by which Xlib
obtains them is implementation-dependent.
If the KeySym name is not in the Host Portable Character Encoding, the result is implementation-dependent. If the specified string does
not match a valid KeySym, XStringToKeysym returns NoSymbol.
The returned string is in a static area and must not be modified. The returned string is in the Host Portable Character Encoding. If the
specified KeySym is not defined, XKeysymToString returns a NULL.
The XKeycodeToKeysym function uses internal Xlib tables and returns the KeySym defined for the specified KeyCode and the element of the
KeyCode vector. If no symbol is defined, XKeycodeToKeysym returns NoSymbol. XKeycodeToKeysym predates the XKB extension. If you want to
lookup a KeySym while using XKB you have to use XkbKeycodeToKeysym.
If the specified KeySym is not defined for any KeyCode, XKeysymToKeycode returns zero.
The XConvertCase function returns the uppercase and lowercase forms of the specified Keysym, if the KeySym is subject to case conversion;
otherwise, the specified KeySym is returned to both lower_return and upper_return. Support for conversion of other than Latin and Cyrillic
KeySyms is implementation-dependent.
SEE ALSO XkbKeycodeToKeysym(3), XLookupKeysym(3)
Xlib - C Language X Interface
X Version 11 libX11 1.5.0 XStringToKeysym(3)
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