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dwtstringinitcontext(3dwt) [ultrix man page]

DwtStringInitContext(3Dwt)												DwtStringInitContext(3Dwt)

       DwtStringInitContext - Initializes a compound-string context structure needed by DwtGetNextSegment

       Boolean DwtStringInitContext(context, compound_string)
	    DwtCompStringContext context;
	    DwtCompString compound_string;

       context	 Specifies the compound-string context structure initialized by DwtStringInitContext.

		 Specifies the compound-string.

       The  DwtStringInitContext  function  initializes  a compound-string context structure.  The context structure is needed for calling DwtGet-
       NextSegment.  For performance reasons, DwtStringInitContext is preferred over DwtInitGetSegment.

       After fetching the necessary segments using DwtGetNextSegment, call DwtStringFreeContext to free the context structure.

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

       True		 The compound-string  con-
			 text  structure  has been
			 successfully initialized.
       False		 The compound-string  con-
			 text  structure  has  not
			 been  successfully   ini-

See Also
       DwtGetNextSegment(3Dwt), DwtStringFreeContext(3Dwt)
       Guide to the XUI Toolkit: C Language Binding
       Guide to the XUI Toolkit Intrinsics: C Language Binding


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DwtGetNextSegment(3Dwt) 												   DwtGetNextSegment(3Dwt)

       DwtGetNextSegment - Gets information about the next segment in the compound-string.

       int DwtGetNextSegment(context, text_return,
			    charset_return, direction_r_to_l_return,
			    lang_return, rend_return)
	    DwtCompStringContext *context;
	    char *text_return;
	    long *charset_return;
	    int *direction_r_to_l_return;
	    long *lang_return;
	    long *rend_return;

       context	 Specifies  the  context  for the call to DwtInitGetSegment.  You initialize the context by calling DwtInitGetSegment, and it gets
		 incremented each time you call DwtGetNextSegment.

		 Returns the text in the next segment.

		 Returns  the  character  set  in  the	next  segment.	 Values  for  this  argument  can  be	found	in   the   required   file

		 Returns the character direction value.

		 For future use.

		 For future use.

       The  DwtGetNextSegment  function obtains information about the next segment of the compound-string as determined by the context.  The space
       for the resulting compound-string is allocated with this function.  After using this function,  you  should  free  this	space  by  calling

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

       DwtEndCS 	 The context is at the end
			 of the compound-string.
       DwtFail		 The context is not valid.
       DwtSuccess	 Normal completion.

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

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