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

XmTransferSetParameters(library call)			    XmTransferSetParameters(library call)

NAME
       XmTransferSetParameters	-- A toolkit function that establishes parameters to be passed by
       the next call to XmTransferValue

SYNOPSIS
       #include <Xm/Transfer.h>

       void XmTransferSetParameters(
       XtPointer transfer_id,
       XtPointer parm,
       int parm_fmt,
       unsigned long parm_length,
       Atom parm_type);

DESCRIPTION
       XmTransferSetParameters	establishes  a	parameter  definition.	 Your  application  calls
       XmTransferSetParameters	just  before calling XmTransferValue, and only if XmTransferValue
       needs to transfer a value containing a parameter.

       transfer_id
		 Specifies a unique indentifier for the data transfer operation.  The value  must
		 be the same as the value of the transfer_id member of the XmDestinationCallback-
		 Struct passed to the XmNdestinationCallback procedure.

       parm	 Specifies parameters to be passed to the conversion routine (and the XmNconvert-
		 Callback  procedures,	if  any) of the widget that owns the selection.  The type
		 and length of parameters are target-specific.	If the target  takes  no  parame-
		 ters, the value is NULL.

       parm_fmt  Specifies  whether the data in parm should be viewed as a list of 8-bit, 16-bit,
		 or 32-bit quantities.	Possible values are 0 (when parm is NULL), 8, 16, and 32.

       parm_length
		 Specifies the number of elements of data in parm, where  each	element  has  the
		 number of bits specified by parm_fmt.	When parm is NULL, the value is 0.

       parm_type Specifies the type of parm.

RELATED
       XmTransferSendRequest(3), XmTransferStartRequest(3), and XmTransferValue(3).

							    XmTransferSetParameters(library call)


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