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DwtActivateWidget(3Dwt) 												   DwtActivateWidget(3Dwt)

       DwtActivateWidget - Allows the application to simulate push button activation.

       void DwtActivateWidget(widget)
	    Widget widget;

       widget	 Specifies a pointer to the widget data structure.

       The  DwtActivateWidget function allows the application to simulate push button activation.  DwtActivateWidget generates the same highlight-
       ing and callbacks that would occur if the user clicks on a push button.	For example, an application might contain functions  that  a  user
       could choose either by selecting a menu option or by activating a push button.  If the user selected the menu option, the application could
       activate the corresponding push button to maintain a consistent user interface.	Only push buttons  are	currently  supported  by  DwtActi-

See Also
       Guide to the XUI Toolkit: C Language Binding
       Guide to the XUI Toolkit Intrinsics: C Language Binding


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DwtFileSelectionDoSearch(3Dwt)											    DwtFileSelectionDoSearch(3Dwt)

       DwtFileSelectionDoSearch - Initiates a search with a directory mask option.  Otherwise, the current directory mask is used.

       void DwtFileSelectionDoSearch(widget, dirmask)
	    FileSelectionWidget widget;
	    DwtCompString dirmask;

       widget	 Specifies the pointer to the file selection widget data structure.

       dirmask	 Specifies  the  directory  mask  used	in  determining  the  files displayed in the file selection list box.  This is an optional
		 attribute.  If you do not specify a directory mask, the default directory mask is  used.   This  argument  sets  the  DwtNdirMask
		 attribute associated with DwtFileSelectionCreate.

       The file selection widget initiates file searches when any of the following occur:

       o    The file selection widget becomes visible (managed).

       o    You use XtSetValues to change the directory mask.

       o    The user clicks on the Apply push button.

       o    The  application  calls  DwtFileSelectionDoSearch,	which is another way for applications to initiate a directory search.  This may be
	    useful, for example, when the application creates a new file and wants to reflect this change in a mapped file search widget.

See Also
       Guide to the XUI Toolkit: C Language Binding
       Guide to the XUI Toolkit Intrinsics: C Language Binding

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