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XmDropTransferStart(3X) 												   XmDropTransferStart(3X)

NAME
XmDropTransferStart - A Drag and Drop function that initiates a drop transfer SYNOPSIS
#include <Xm/DragDrop.h> Widget XmDropTransferStart (widget, arglist, argcount) Widget widget; ArgList arglist; Cardinal argcount; DESCRIPTION
XmDropTransferStart initiates a drop transfer and uses the specified argument list to initialize an XmDropTransfer object. The DropTransfer object can be manipulated with XtSetValues and XtGetValues until the last call to the XmNtransferProc procedure is made. After that point, the result of using the widget pointer is undefined. The DropTransfer object is freed by the toolkit when a transfer is complete. Speci- fies the ID of the DragContext widget associated with the transaction Specifies the argument list Specifies the number of attribute/value pairs in the argument list (arglist) For a complete definition of DropTransfer and its associated resources, see XmDropTransfer(3X). RETURN VALUE
Returns the ID of the DropTransfer widget. SEE ALSO
XmDragContext(3X), XmDropTransfer(3X), XmDropTransferAdd(3X) XmDropTransferStart(3X)

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XmDragStart(3X) 														   XmDragStart(3X)

NAME
XmDragStart - A Drag and Drop function that initiates a drag and drop transaction SYNOPSIS
#include <Xm/DragDrop.h> Widget XmDragStart (widget, event, arglist, argcount) Widget widget; XEvent *event; ArgList arglist; Cardinal argcount; DESCRIPTION
XmDragStart initiates a drag operation. This routine returns the DragContext widget that it initializes for the associated drag transac- tion. The toolkit is responsible for freeing the DragContext when the drag and drop transaction is complete. Specifies the ID of the smallest widget and/or gadget that encloses the source elements selected for a drag operation. Specifies the XEvent that triggered the drag operation. This event must be a ButtonPress event. Specifies the argument list. Any XmDragContext resources not specified in the argument list are obtained from the resource database or are set to their default values. Specifies the number of attribute/value pairs in the argument list (arglist). For a complete definition of DragContext and its associated resources, see XmDragContext(3X). RETURN VALUE
Returns the ID of the DragContext widget that controls this drag and drop transaction. SEE ALSO
XmDragCancel(3X), XmDragContext(3X) XmDragStart(3X)
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