DwtToggleButtonSetState - Sets or changes the current state of the toggle button.
void DwtToggleButtonSetState(widget, value, notify)
widget Specifies the widget ID.
value Specifies a boolean value that, when False, indicates the button state is off. If True, the button state is on. This argument
sets the DwtNvalue attribute associated with DwtToggleButtonCreate.
notify Specifies a boolean value that, when True, indicates a recent change in the on/off state of the toggle button and DwtNval-
ueChangedCallback should be activated with the recent change. If False, no change in state has occurred and DwtNvalueChanged-
Callback should not be activated.
The DwtToggleButtonSetState function sets or changes the toggle button's current state (value) within the display.
See AlsoDwtToggleButton(3Dwt), DwtToggleButtonGetState(3Dwt)
Guide to the XUI Toolkit: C Language Binding
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