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DwtCSempty(3Dwt)														  DwtCSempty(3Dwt)

Name
       DwtCSempty - Determines if the compound-string contains any text segments.

Syntax
       int DwtCSempty(compound_string)
	    DwtCompString compound_string;

Arguments
       compound_string
		 Specifies the compound-string.

Description
       The  DwtCSempty function determines if the compound-string contains any text segments.  DwtCSempty returns True if all text segments in the
       compound-string are empty.  Otherwise, it returns False.

Return Values
       DwtCSempty returns True if all text segments in the compound-string are empty.  Otherwise, it returns False.

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

																  DwtCSempty(3Dwt)

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DwtCSTextGetString(3Dwt)												  DwtCSTextGetString(3Dwt)

Name
       DwtCSTextGetString - Retrieves all text from the compound-string text widget.

Syntax
       DwtCompString DwtCSTextGetString(widget)
	    Widget widget;

Arguments
       widget	 Specifies the ID of the compound-string text widget.

Description
       The DwtCSTextGetString function retrieves the current compound-string from the compound-string text widget.  The application is responsible
       for freeing the storage associated with the string by calling XtFree.

Return Values
       This function returns a pointer to a compound string holding all the current text in the compound string text widget.

See Also
       DwtCSText(3Dwt), DwtCSTextCreate(3Dwt), DwtCSTextReplace(3Dwt), DwtCSTextSetString(3Dwt), DwtCSTextGetEditable(3Dwt),  DwtCSTextSetEd-
       itable(3Dwt), DwtCSTextGetMaxLength(3Dwt), DwtCSTextSetMaxLength(3Dwt), DwtCSTextSetSelection(3Dwt), DwtCSTextGetSelection(3Dwt)
       Guide to the XUI Toolkit: C Language Binding
       Guide to the XUI Toolkit Intrinsics: C Language Binding

															  DwtCSTextGetString(3Dwt)
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