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XmStringTableUnparse(library call)			       XmStringTableUnparse(library call)

NAME
       XmStringTableUnparse  --  A convenience function that converts a table of compound strings
       to an array of text

SYNOPSIS
       #include <Xm/Xm.h>
       XtPointer * XmStringTableUnparse(
       XmStringTable table,
       Cardinal count,
       XmStringTag tag,
       XmTextType tag_type,
       XmTextType output_type,
       XmParseTable parse,
       Cardinal parse_count,
       XmParseModel parse_model);

DESCRIPTION
       XmStringTableUnparse takes an array of compound strings, allocates a string array for  the
       type of characters determined by type with an equal number of slots, calls XmStringUnparse
       on each compound string in table, and inserts the resulting string  in  the  corresponding
       slot in the array.

       table	 Specifies an XmStringTable containing the compound string to be converted.

       count	 Specifies the number of compound strings in table.

       tag	 Specifies  the  tag to be used in matching with text segments.  The two types of
		 tag types are XmFONTLIST_DEFAULT_TAG and _MOTIF_DEFAULT_LOCALE.   Only  segments
		 tagged with tag will be returned. If tag is NULL, all segments will be matched.

       tag_type  Specifies  the  type  of  tag	to  be searched for. These types include XmMULTI-
		 BYTE_TEXT, XmWIDECHAR_TEXT, and XmCHARSET_TEXT.

       output_type
		 Specifies the type of	text  to  be  generated.  These  types	include  XmMULTI-
		 BYTE_TEXT, XmWIDECHAR_TEXT, and XmCHARSET_TEXT.

       parse	 Specifies the parse table to be used.

       parse_count
		 Specifies the number of items in parse.

       parse_model
		 Specifies which non-text components to be considered in matching in parse_table.
		 Possible values are:

		 XmOUTPUT_ALL
			   Puts out all matching components.

		 XmOUTPUT_BETWEEN
			   Puts out only those matching components that are between two  matching
			   text components.

		 XmOUTPUT_BEGINNING
			   Puts out only those matching components that are at the beginning of a
			   matching text component.

		 XmOUTPUT_END
			   Puts out only those matching components that  are  at  the  end  of	a
			   matching text component.

		 XmOUTPUT_BOTH
			   Puts  out  only those matching components that are at the beginning or
			   end of a matching text component.

RETURN
       Returns an allocated array of allocated strings.  The application is responsible for  man-
       aging  the  allocated  space.   The application can recover the allocated strings space by
       calling XtFree count times (that is, one time for each allocated string).  The application
       can then recover the allocated array by calling XtFree on the allocated array itself.

RELATED
       XmStringTab.

							       XmStringTableUnparse(library call)
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