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DwtDrmRCBuffer(3Dwt)													      DwtDrmRCBuffer(3Dwt)

       DwtDrmRCBuffer - Returns a pointer to the memory buffer.

       #include <X11/DwtAppl.h>
       char * DwtDrmRCBuffer(context_id)
	    DRMResourceContextPtr context_id;

		 Specifies the resource context to read.

       The  DwtDrmRCBuffer macro returns a pointer to the memory buffer that contains the data for this resource context.  No validity checking is
       done on the resource context; the caller must ensure that the resource context pointer is valid.

Return Values
       Pointer to the memory buffer.


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DwtSTextGetString(3Dwt) 												   DwtSTextGetString(3Dwt)

       DwtSTextGetString - Retrieves the text string from the simple text widget.

       char  *DwtSTextGetString(widget)
	    Widget widget;

       widget	 Specifies the ID of the simple text widget

       The  DwtSTextGetString  function  returns a pointer to the current string in the simple text widget window.  The application is responsible
       for freeing the storage associated with the string by calling XtFree.

Return Values
       This function returns the pointer to the string currently displayed in the given text widget window.

See Also
       DwtSTextSetString(3Dwt), DwtSTextReplace(3Dwt), DwtSTextGetEditable(3Dwt), DwtSTextSetEditable(3Dwt), DwtSTextGetMaxLength(3Dwt), Dwt-
       STextSetMaxLength(3Dwt), DwtSTextSetSelection(3Dwt), DwtSTextClearSelection(3Dwt), DwtSTextGetSelection(3Dwt)
       Guide to the XUI Toolkit: C Language Binding
       Guide to the XUI Toolkit Intrinsics: C Language Binding

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