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XmImVaSetFocusValues(library call)			       XmImVaSetFocusValues(library call)

       XmImVaSetFocusValues  --  An  input manager function that notifies an input manager that a
       widget has received input focus and updates the input context attributes

       #include <Xm/XmIm.h>
       void XmImVaSetFocusValues(
       Widget widget);

       XmImVaSetFocusValues notifies the input manager that the  specified  widget  has  received
       input  focus.  This  function  also updates the attributes of the input context associated
       with the widget. This function passes the attributes and values to XICSetValues. The call-
       er  of this routine should pass in only those values that have changed since the last call
       to any of these functions; XmImVaSetValues, XmImVaSetFocusValues, XmImSetValues, or  XmIm-
       SetFocusValues.	 See the description in the XmImSetValues(3) reference page for a list of
       associated resources.

       This routine uses the ANSI C variable-length argument list (varargs) calling  conventions.
       The  variable-length  argument list consists of groups of arguments each of which contains
       an attribute followed by the value of the attribute. The last argument in the list must be

       Note  that the List and TextField widgets call the XmImVaSetFocusValues function when they
       receive focus. Therefore, further calls to the  XmImVaSetFocusValues  function  for  these
       widgets are unnecessary.

       widget	 Specifies the ID of the widget registered with the input manager

       For more information on variable-length argument lists, see the X Toolkit Intrinsics docu-

       XmImSetFocusValues(3), XmImSetValues(3), and XmImVaSetValues(3).

							       XmImVaSetFocusValues(library call)
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