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XtAppGetErrorDatabase(3Xt)					     MIT X11R4						XtAppGetErrorDatabase(3Xt)

Name
       XtAppGetErrorDatabase, XtAppGetErrorDatabaseText - obtain error database

Syntax
       XrmDatabase *XtAppGetErrorDatabase(app_context)
	  XtAppContext app_context;

       void XtAppGetErrorDatabaseText(app_context, name, type, class, default, buffer_return, nbytes, database)
	   XtAppContext app_context;
	   char *name, *type, *class;
	   char *default;
	   char *buffer_return;
	   int nbytes;
	   XrmDatabase database;

Arguments
       app_context
		 Specifies the application context.

       buffer_return
		 Specifies the buffer into which the error message is to be returned.

       class	 Specifies the resource class of the error message.

       database  Specifies the name of the alternative database that is to be used or NULL if the application's database is to be used.

       default	 Specifies the default message to use.

       name
       type	 Specifies the name and type that are concatenated to form the resource name of the error message.

       nbytes	 Specifies the size of the buffer in bytes.

Description
       The function returns the address of the error database.	The Intrinsics do a lazy binding of the error database and do not merge in the
       database file until the first call to

       The returns the appropriate message from the error database or returns the specified default message if one is not found in the error data-
       base.

See Also
       XtAppError(3Xt), XtAppErrorMsg(3Xt)
       X Window System Toolkit: The Complete Programmer's Guide and Specification, Paul J. Asente and Ralph Swick
       X Window System: The Complete Reference, Second Edition, Robert W. Scheifler and James Gettys

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XtAppGetErrorDatabase(3Xt)					   XT FUNCTIONS 					XtAppGetErrorDatabase(3Xt)

NAME
XtAppGetErrorDatabase, XtAppGetErrorDatabaseText - obtain error database SYNTAX
XrmDatabase *XtAppGetErrorDatabase(app_context) XtAppContext app_context; void XtAppGetErrorDatabaseText(app_context, name, type, class, default, buffer_return, nbytes, database) XtAppContext app_context; char *name, *type, *class; char *default; char *buffer_return; int nbytes; XrmDatabase database; ARGUMENTS
app_context Specifies the application context. buffer_return Specifies the buffer into which the error message is to be returned. class Specifies the resource class of the error message. database Specifies the name of the alternative database that is to be used or NULL if the application's database is to be used. default Specifies the default message to use. name type Specifies the name and type that are concatenated to form the resource name of the error message. nbytes Specifies the size of the buffer in bytes. DESCRIPTION
The XtAppGetErrorDatabase function returns the address of the error database. The Intrinsics do a lazy binding of the error database and do not merge in the database file until the first call to XtAppGetErrorDatbaseText. The XtAppGetErrorDatabaseText returns the appropriate message from the error database or returns the specified default message if one is not found in the error database. SEE ALSO
XtAppError(3Xt), XtAppErrorMsg(3Xt) X Toolkit Intrinsics - C Language Interface Xlib - C Language X Interface X Version 11 Release 6.6 XtAppGetErrorDatabase(3Xt)
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