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XmListReplaceItemsPosUnselected(library call)	    XmListReplaceItemsPosUnselected(library call)

       XmListReplaceItemsPosUnselected	--  A List function that replaces items in a list without
       selecting the replacement items

       #include <Xm/List.h>
       void XmListReplaceItemsPosUnselected(
       Widget widget,
       XmString *new_items,
       int item_count,
       int position);

       XmListReplaceItemsPosUnselected replaces the specified number of items in  the  list  with
       new  items,  starting at the given position. The replacement items remain unselected, even
       if they currently appear in the XmNselectedItems list.

       widget	 Specifies the ID of the List widget to replace items in.

       new_items Specifies a pointer to the replacement items.

		 Specifies the number of elements in new_items and the number  of  items  in  the
		 list to replace.  This number must be nonnegative.

       position  Specifies  the position of the first item in the list to be replaced. A value of
		 1 indicates that the first item replaced is the first item in the list; a  value
		 of 2 indicates that it is the second item; and so on.

		 Beginning  with the item specified in position, item_count items in the list are
		 replaced with the corresponding elements from new_items. That is,  the  item  at
		 position  is  replaced with the first element of new_items; the item after posi-
		 tion is replaced with	the  second  element  of  new_items;  and  so  on,  until
		 item_count is reached.

       For a complete definition of List and its associated resources, see XmList(3).


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