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DwtDrmGetResourceContext(3Dwt)											    DwtDrmGetResourceContext(3Dwt)

       DwtDrmGetResourceContext - Gets a resource context.

       #include <X11/DwtAppl.h>
       Cardinal DwtDrmGetResourceContext(alloc_func, free_func,
					 size, context_id_return)
	    char *((*alloc_func) ());
	    void (*free_func) ();
	    DRMSize size;
	    DRMResourceContextPtr *context_id_return;

		 Specifies  the  function  to  use in allocating memory for this resource context.  A NULL pointer means use the default, which is

       free_func Specifies the function to use in freeing memory for this context.  A NULL pointer means use the default, which is XtFree.

       size	 Specifies the size of the memory buffer to allocate.

		 Returns the new resource context.

       The DwtDrmGetResourceContext function allocates a new resource context and a memory buffer of the requested size.  It then  associates  the
       buffer with the context.

Return Values
       This function returns one of these status return constants:

       DRMSuccess	 The   function   executed
       DRMFailure	 The function failed.

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DwtCSTextGetSelection(3Dwt)											       DwtCSTextGetSelection(3Dwt)

       DwtCSTextGetSelection - Retrieves the global selection, if any, currently highlighted, in the compound string text widget.

	    DwtCompString DwtCSTextGetSelection(widget)
	    Widget widget;

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

       The  DwtCSTextGetSelection  function  retrieves the text currently highlighted (selected) in the compound string 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  text	by
       calling XtFree.

Return Values
       This function returns a pointer to the selected compound string text.

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

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