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XmTextFieldSetMaxLength(library call)			    XmTextFieldSetMaxLength(library call)

       XmTextFieldSetMaxLength -- A TextField function that sets the value of the current maximum
       allowable length of a text string entered from the keyboard

       #include <Xm/TextF.h>
       void XmTextFieldSetMaxLength(
       Widget widget,
       int max_length);

       XmTextFieldSetMaxLength sets the value of the current maximum allowable length of the text
       string in the TextField widget. The maximum allowable length prevents the user from enter-
       ing a text string from the keyboard that is larger than	this  limit.   Strings	that  are
       entered	using  the  XmNvalue  (or  XmNvalueWcs) resource, or the XmTextFieldSetString (or
       XmTextFieldSetStringWcs) function ignore this resource.

       widget	 Specifies the TextField widget ID

		 Specifies the maximum allowable length of the text string

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

       XmText(3), XmTextFieldSetString(3), and XmTextFieldSetStringWcs(3).

							    XmTextFieldSetMaxLength(library call)
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