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XmCreateErrorDialog(3X) 												   XmCreateErrorDialog(3X)

NAME
XmCreateErrorDialog - The MessageBox ErrorDialog convenience creation function SYNOPSIS
#include <Xm/MessageB.h> Widget XmCreateErrorDialog (parent, name, arglist, argcount) Widget parent; String name; ArgList arglist; Cardinal argcount; DESCRIPTION
XmCreateErrorDialog is a convenience creation function that creates a DialogShell and an unmanaged MessageBox child of the DialogShell. An ErrorDialog warns the user of an invalid or potentially dangerous condition. It includes a symbol, a message, and three buttons. The default symbol is an octagon with a diagonal slash. The default button labels are OK, Cancel, and Help. Use XtManageChild to pop up the ErrorDialog (passing the MessageBox as the widget parameter); use XtUnmanageChild to pop it down. Speci- fies the parent widget ID Specifies the name of the created widget Specifies the argument list Specifies the number of attribute/value pairs in the argument list (arglist) For a complete definition of MessageBox and its associated resources, see XmMessageBox(3X). RETURN VALUE
Returns the MessageBox widget ID. SEE ALSO
XmMessageBox(3X) XmCreateErrorDialog(3X)

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XmCreateMessageBox(3X)													    XmCreateMessageBox(3X)

NAME
XmCreateMessageBox - The MessageBox widget creation function SYNOPSIS
#include <Xm/MessageB.h> Widget XmCreateMessageBox (parent, name, arglist, argcount) Widget parent; String name; ArgList arglist; Cardinal argcount; DESCRIPTION
XmCreateMessageBox creates an unmanaged MessageBox. A MessageBox is used for common interaction tasks, which include giving information, asking questions, and reporting errors. It includes an optional symbol, a message, and three buttons. By default, there is no symbol. The default button labels are OK, Cancel, and Help. If the parent of the MessageBox is a DialogShell, use XtManageChild to pop up the MessageBox (passing the MessageBox as the widget parame- ter); use XtUnmanageChild to pop it down. Specifies the parent widget ID Specifies the name of the created widget Specifies the argument list Specifies the number of attribute/value pairs in the argument list (arglist) For a complete definition of MessageBox and its associated resources, see XmMessageBox(3X). RETURN VALUE
Returns the MessageBox widget ID. SEE ALSO
XmMessageBox(3X) XmCreateMessageBox(3X)
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