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dwtcreatefontlist(3dwt) [ultrix man page]

DwtCreateFontList(3Dwt) 												   DwtCreateFontList(3Dwt)

       DwtCreateFontList - Creates a new font list.

       DwtFontList DwtCreateFontList(font, charset)
	    XFontStruct *font;
	    long charset;

       font	 Specifies a pointer to a font structure for which the new font list is generated.

       charset	 Specifies  the  character  set  identifier  for  the  font.   Values  for  this  argument  can  be  found  in	the  required file

       The DwtCreateFontList function creates a new font list for the font and character set.  It also allocates the space for the font list.  The
       end of the font list is marked by an element whose character set value is -1.

Return Values
       This function returns a new font list.  However, it returns NULL if the font specified in font is NULL.

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


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XmFontListAdd(library call)											       XmFontListAdd(library call)

XmFontListAdd -- A font list function that creates a new font list SYNOPSIS
#include <Xm/Xm.h> XmFontList XmFontListAdd( XmFontList oldlist, XFontStruct *font, XmStringCharSet charset); DESCRIPTION
XmFontListAdd creates a new font list consisting of the contents of oldlist and the new font list element being added. This function deal- locates oldlist after extracting the required information; therefore, do not reference oldlist thereafter. NOTE: This function is obsolete and exists for compatibility with previous releases. It has been replaced by XmFontListAppendEntry. oldlist Specifies a pointer to the font list to which an entry will be added. font Specifies a pointer to a font structure for which the new font list is generated. This is the structure returned by the XLib XLoadQueryFont function. charset Specifies the character set identifier for the font. This can be XmSTRING_DEFAULT_CHARSET, but this value does not comply with the AES, and it may be removed in future versions of Motif. If the value is XmSTRING_DEFAULT_CHARSET, the routine derives the character set from the current language environment. RETURN
Returns NULL if oldlist is NULL; returns oldlist if font or charset is NULL; otherwise, returns a new font list. RELATED
XmFontList(3) and XmFontListAppendEntry(3). XmFontListAdd(library call)
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