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

XmTextFieldReplaceWcs(library call)			      XmTextFieldReplaceWcs(library call)

       XmTextFieldReplaceWcs  --  A  TextField	function  that	replaces part of a wide character
       string in a TextField widget

       #include <Xm/TextF.h>
       void XmTextFieldReplaceWcs(
       Widget widget,
       XmTextPosition from_pos,
       XmTextPosition to_pos,
       wchar_t *wcstring);

       XmTextFieldReplaceWcs replaces part of the wide character string in the TextField  widget.
       The character positions begin at 0 (zero) and are numbered sequentially from the beginning
       of the text.

       An example text replacement would be to replace the second and  third  characters  in  the
       text string. To accomplish this, the parameter from_pos must be 1 and to_pos must be 3. To
       insert a string after the fourth character, both parameters, from_pos and to_pos, must  be

       This routine calls the widget's XmNvalueChangedCallback and verification callbacks, either
       XmNmodifyVerifyCallback or XmNmodifyVerifyCallbackWcs, or both. If both verification call-
       back lists are registered, the procedures of the XmNmodifyVerifyCallback list are executed
       first and the resulting data is passed to the  XmNmodifyVerifyCallbackWcs  callbacks.   If
       the  XmNcursorPosition resource is greater than or is the same value as from_pos, the XmN-
       motionVerifyCallback is called.

       widget	 Specifies the TextField widget ID

       from_pos  Specifies the start position of the text to be replaced

       to_pos	 Specifies the end position of the text to be replaced

       wcstring  Specifies the wide character string value to be added to the TextField widget

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

       XmTextField(3) and XmTextFieldReplace(3).

							      XmTextFieldReplaceWcs(library call)

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