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XmDropSiteQueryStackingOrder(library call)	       XmDropSiteQueryStackingOrder(library call)

       XmDropSiteQueryStackingOrder  --  A Drag and Drop function that returns the parent, a list
       of children, and the number of children for a specified widget

       #include <Xm/DragDrop.h>
       Status XmDropSiteQueryStackingOrder(
       Widget widget,
       Widget *parent_return,
       Widget **child_returns,
       Cardinal *num_child_returns);

       XmDropSiteQueryStackingOrder obtains the parent, a list of  children  registered  as  drop
       sites,  and  the number of children registered as drop sites for a given widget. The chil-
       dren are listed in current stacking order, from bottom-most (first child) to the  top-most
       (last  child).  This function allocates memory for the returned data that must be freed by
       calling XtFree.

       widget	 Specifies the widget ID. For this widget, you obtain the list of  its	children,
		 its parent, and the number of children.

		 Returns the widget ID of the drop site parent of the specified widget.

		 Returns  a  pointer to the list of drop site children associated with the speci-
		 fied widget.  The function allocates memory to hold the list.	 The  application
		 is  responsible  for  managing the allocated space.  The application can recover
		 the allocated space by calling XtFree.

		 Returns the number of drop site children for the specified widget.

       For a complete definition of DropSite and its associated resources, see XmDropSite(3).

       Returns 0 (zero) if the routine fails; returns a nonzero value if it succeeds.

       XmDropSite(3) and XmDropSiteConfigureStackingOrder(3).

						       XmDropSiteQueryStackingOrder(library call)
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