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DwtCommandAppend(3Dwt)													    DwtCommandAppend(3Dwt)

Name
       DwtCommandAppend - Appends the passed string to the current command line and executes it, if required.

Syntax
       void DwtCommandAppend(widget, command)
	    Widget widget;
	    char *command;

Arguments
       widget	 Specifies the ID of the command window widget to whose command line you want to append the passed string.

       command	 Specifies the text to be appended to the command line.  This argument is a NULL-terminated string.

Description
       The  DwtCommandAppend function appends the passed string to the current command line, within the command window widget.	If the string sent
       is terminated with a carriage return (<CR>) or carriage return and/or linefeed (<CR><LF>) character, then  the  command	is  executed,  the
       application is informed, the command is moved to the command history, and a new prompt is issued.

See Also
       DwtCommandWindow(3Dwt), DwtCommandErrorMessage(3Dwt), DwtCommandSet(3Dwt)
       Guide to the XUI Toolkit: C Language Binding
       Guide to the XUI Toolkit Intrinsics: C Language Binding

															    DwtCommandAppend(3Dwt)

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DwtSTextGetSelection(3Dwt)												DwtSTextGetSelection(3Dwt)

Name
       DwtSTextGetSelection - Retrieves the global selection, if any, currently highlighted in the simple text widget.

Syntax
	    char *DwtSTextGetSelection(widget)
	    Widget widget;

Arguments
       widget	 Specifies the widget ID.

Description
       The DwtSTextGetSelection function retrieves the text currently highlighted (selected) in the simple text widget.  It returns a NULL-pointer
       if no text is selected in the widget.  The application is responsible for freeing the storage associated with the string by calling XtFree.

Return Values
       This function returns the text currently highlighted on the screen.

See Also
       DwtSText(3Dwt), DwtSTextGetString(3Dwt), DwtSTextSetEditable(3Dwt),  DwtSTextGetMaxLength(3Dwt),  DwtSTextGetMaxLength(3Dwt),  DwtS-
       TextSetSelection(3Dwt), DwtSTextClearSelection(3Dwt)
       Guide to the XUI Toolkit: C Language Binding
       Guide to the XUI Toolkit Intrinsics: C Language Binding

															DwtSTextGetSelection(3Dwt)
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