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RedHat 9 (Linux i386) - man page for xmaddtopostfromlist (redhat section 3)

XmAddToPostFromList(library call)				XmAddToPostFromList(library call)

       XmAddToPostFromList  --	a  RowColumn function that makes a menu accessible from more than
       one widget

       #include <Xm/RowColumn.h>

       void XmAddToPostFromList(
       Widget menu,
       Widget post_from_widget);

       XmAddToPostFromList makes a menu accessible from more than one widget.  After  a  menu  is
       once created, this function may be used to make that menu accessible from a second widget.
       The process may be repeated indefinitely. In other words, where an application  would  use
       XmCreatePopupMenu or XmCreatePulldownMenu or their equivalent to create a new menu identi-
       cal to one that already exists, it can use this function to reuse that earlier menu.

       If menu refers to a Popup menu, then the post_from_widget widget can now pop up the speci-
       fied  menu.  The  actual  posting  of the menu occurs as it always does, either through an
       event handler, or the automatic popup  menu  support  (see  the	XmRowColumn(3)	reference

       If  menu  refers  to a Pulldown menu, its ID is placed in the XmNsubMenuId resource of the
       specified post_from_widget.  In this case, the post_from_widget widget must  be	either	a
       CascadeButton or a CascadeButtonGadget.

       Note  that  this  function  manipulates	the internal structures themselves, not a copy of

       menu	 Specifies the ID of the RowColumn widget containing the menu (Popup or Pulldown)
		 to be made accessible from the widget.

		 Specifies  the  widget  ID of the widget which will now be able to post the menu
		 specified by menu.

       For a complete definition of RowColumn and its associated resources, see XmRowColumn(3).

       XmGetPostedFromWidget(3), XmRemoveFromPostFromList(3), and XmRowColumn(3).

								XmAddToPostFromList(library call)

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