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

XmTextFieldCut(library call)					     XmTextFieldCut(library call)

NAME
       XmTextFieldCut  -- A TextField function that copies the primary selection to the clipboard
       and deletes the selected text

SYNOPSIS
       #include <Xm/TextF.h>
       Boolean XmTextFieldCut(
       Widget widget,
       Time time);

DESCRIPTION
       XmTextFieldCut copies the primary selected text to the clipboard and then deletes the pri-
       mary selected text.  This routine calls the widget's XmNvalueChangedCallback and verifica-
       tion callbacks, either XmNmodifyVerifyCallback or XmNmodifyVerifyCallbackWcs, or both.  If
       both  verification  callback  lists are registered, the procedures of the XmNmodifyVerify-
       Callback list are executed first and the resulting data is passed to the  XmNmodifyVerify-
       CallbackWcs callbacks.

       This  routine  calls  the XmNconvertCallback procedures, possibly multiple times, with the
       selection member of the XmConvertCallbackStruct set to CLIPBOARD and with the parm  member
       set to XmMOVE.  If the transfer is successful, this routine then calls the XmNconvertCall-
       back procedures for the CLIPBOARD selection and the DELETE target.

       widget	 Specifies the TextField widget ID.

       time	 Specifies the time at which the selection value is to be modified.  This  should
		 be the time of the event that triggered this request.

       For a complete definition of TextField and its associated resources, see XmTextField(3).

RETURN
       This  function  returns False if the primary selection is NULL, if the widget does not own
       the primary selection, if the function is unable to gain ownership of the clipboard selec-
       tion, or if no data is placed on the clipboard.	Otherwise, it returns True.

RELATED
       XmTextField(3).

								     XmTextFieldCut(library call)


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