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MrmFetchWidget(library call)											      MrmFetchWidget(library call)

MrmFetchWidget -- Fetches and creates an indexed (UIL named) application widget and its children
#include <Mrm/MrmPublic.h> Cardinal MrmFetchWidget( MrmHierarchy hierarchy_id, String index, Widget parent_widget, Widget *widget, MrmType *class);
The MrmFetchWidget function fetches and creates an indexed application widget and its children. The indexed application widget is any wid- get that is named in UIL. In fetch operations, the fetched widget's subtree is also fetched and created. This widget must not appear as the child of a widget within its own subtree. MrmFetchWidget does not execute XtManageChild for the newly created widget. All widgets fetched by a call to MrmFetchWidget are not managed at the time of their creation callbacks. hierarchy_id Specifies the ID of the UID hierarchy that contains the interface definition. The value of hierarchy_id was returned in a previ- ous call to MrmOpenHierarchyPerDisplay. index Specifies the UIL name of the widget to fetch. parent_widget Specifies the parent widget ID. widget Returns the widget ID of the created widget. class This argument must be set to an actual pointer; it cannot be a NULL pointer. MrmFetchWidget sets this argument to an implementa- tion dependent value. An application can fetch any named widget in the UID hierarchy using MrmFetchWidget. MrmFetchWidget can be called at any time to fetch a widget that was not fetched at application startup. MrmFetchWidget can be used to defer fetching pop-up widgets until they are first ref- erenced (presumably in a callback), and then used to fetch them once. MrmFetchWidget can also create multiple instances of a widget (and its subtree). In this case, the UID definition functions as a template; a widget definition can be fetched any number of times. An application can use this template to make multiple instances of a widget, for example, in a dialog box box or menu. The index (UIL name) that identifies the widget must be known to the application.
This function returns one of the following status return constants: MrmSUCCESS The function executed successfully. MrmBAD_HIERARCHY The hierarchy ID was invalid. MrmNOT_FOUND The widget was not found in UID hierarchy. MrmFAILURE The function failed.
MrmOpenHierarchyPerDisplay(3), MrmFetchWidgetOverride(3). MrmFetchWidget(library call)

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