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XmTextFieldPosToXY(library call)										  XmTextFieldPosToXY(library call)

NAME
XmTextFieldPosToXY -- A TextField function that accesses the x and y position of a character position
SYNOPSIS
#include <Xm/TextF.h> Boolean XmTextFieldPosToXY( Widget widget, XmTextPosition position, Position *x, Position *y);
DESCRIPTION
XmTextFieldPosToXY accesses the x and y position, relative to the upper left corner of the TextField widget, of a given character position in the text buffer. widget Specifies the TextField widget ID position Specifies the character position in the text for which the x and y position is accessed. This is an integer number of characters from the beginning of the buffer. The first character position is 0. x Specifies the pointer in which the x position is returned. The returned position is the distance from the left side of the wid- get to the left border of the character. This value is meaningful only if the function returns True. y Specifies the pointer in which the y position is returned. The returned position is the distance from the top of the widget to the character's baseline. This value is meaningful only if the function returns True. For a complete definition of TextField and its associated resources, see XmTextField(3).
RETURN
This function returns True if the character position is displayed in the TextField widget; otherwise, it returns False, and no x or y value is returned.
RELATED
XmTextField(3). XmTextFieldPosToXY(library call)

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