XGetDefault(3X11) MIT X11R4 XGetDefault(3X11)Name
XGetDefault, XResourceManagerString - get X program defaults
char *XGetDefault(display, program, option)
display Specifies the connection to the X server.
option Specifies the option name.
program Specifies the program name for the Xlib defaults (usually argv of the main program).
The function returns the value NULL if the option name specified in this argument does not exist for the program. The strings returned by
are owned by Xlib and should not be modified or freed by the client.
The returns the RESOURCE_MANAGER property from the server's root window of screen zero, which was returned when the connection was opened
using Note that the property value must be in a format that is acceptable to
See AlsoXOpenDisplay(3X11), XrmGetSearchList(3X11), XrmMergeDatabases(3X11)
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