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dxmnumchildren(3x) [osf1 man page]

DXmNumChildren(3X)														DXmNumChildren(3X)

DXmNumChildren - Returns the number of children that belong to the widget. SYNOPSIS
Cardinal DXmNumChildren( Widget widget ); PARAMETERS
The identifier (widget ID) of the widget. DESCRIPTION
The DXmNumChildren routine returns a positive integer that represents the number of children that belong to the widget. RETURN VALUES
The number of children (a positive integer). DXmNumChildren(3X)

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XmDropSiteQueryStackingOrder(library call)								XmDropSiteQueryStackingOrder(library call)

XmDropSiteQueryStackingOrder -- A Drag and Drop function that returns the parent, a list of children, and the number of children for a specified widget SYNOPSIS
#include <Xm/DragDrop.h> Status XmDropSiteQueryStackingOrder( Widget widget, Widget *parent_return, Widget **child_returns, Cardinal *num_child_returns); DESCRIPTION
XmDropSiteQueryStackingOrder obtains the parent, a list of children registered as drop sites, and the number of children registered as drop sites for a given widget. The children are listed in current stacking order, from bottom-most (first child) to the top-most (last child). This function allocates memory for the returned data that must be freed by calling XtFree. widget Specifies the widget ID. For this widget, you obtain the list of its children, its parent, and the number of children. parent_return Returns the widget ID of the drop site parent of the specified widget. child_returns Returns a pointer to the list of drop site children associated with the specified widget. The function allocates memory to hold the list. The application is responsible for managing the allocated space. The application can recover the allocated space by calling XtFree. num_child_returns Returns the number of drop site children for the specified widget. For a complete definition of DropSite and its associated resources, see XmDropSite(3). RETURN
Returns 0 (zero) if the routine fails; returns a nonzero value if it succeeds. RELATED
XmDropSite(3) and XmDropSiteConfigureStackingOrder(3). XmDropSiteQueryStackingOrder(library call)
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