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XtAppError(3Xt) 						     MIT X11R4							   XtAppError(3Xt)

Name
       XtAppError, XtAppSetErrorHandler, XtAppSetWarningHandler, XtAppWarning - low-level error handlers

Syntax
       void XtAppError(app_context, message)
	  XtAppContext app_context;
	  String message;

       void XtAppSetErrorHandler(app_context, handler)
	  XtAppContext app_context;
	  XtErrorHandler handler;

       void XtAppSetWarningHandler(app_context, handler)
	  XtAppContext app_context;
	  XtErrorHandler handler;

       void XtAppWarning(app_context, message)
	  XtAppContext app_context;
	  String message;

Arguments
       app_context
		 Specifies the application context.

       message	 Specifies the nonfatal error message that is to be reported.

       handler	 Specifies the new fatal error procedure, which should not return, or the nonfatal error procedure, which usually returns.

       message	 Specifies the message that is to be reported.

Description
       The function calls the installed error procedure and passes the specified message.

       The function registers the specified procedure, which is called when a fatal error condition occurs.

       The registers the specified procedure, which is called when a nonfatal error condition occurs.

       The function calls the installed nonfatal error procedure and passes the specified message.

See Also
       XtAppGetErrorDatabase(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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XtAppError(3Xt) 						   XT FUNCTIONS 						   XtAppError(3Xt)

NAME
XtAppError, XtAppSetErrorHandler, XtAppSetWarningHandler, XtAppWarning - low-level error handlers SYNTAX
void XtAppError(app_context, message) XtAppContext app_context; String message; void XtAppSetErrorHandler(app_context, handler) XtAppContext app_context; XtErrorHandler handler; void XtAppSetWarningHandler(app_context, handler) XtAppContext app_context; XtErrorHandler handler; void XtAppWarning(app_context, message) XtAppContext app_context; String message; ARGUMENTS
app_context Specifies the application context. message Specifies the nonfatal error message that is to be reported. or the nonfatal error procedure, which usually returns handler Specifies the new fatal error procedure, which should not return,. message Specifies the message that is to be reported. DESCRIPTION
The XtAppError function calls the installed error procedure and passes the specified message. The XtAppSetErrorHandler function registers the specified procedure, which is called when a fatal error condition occurs. The XtAppSetWarningHandler registers the specified procedure, which is called when a nonfatal error condition occurs. The XtAppWarning function calls the installed nonfatal error procedure and passes the specified message. SEE ALSO
XtAppGetErrorDatabase(3Xt), XtAppErrorMsg(3Xt) X Toolkit Intrinsics - C Language Interface Xlib - C Language X Interface X Version 11 Release 6.6 XtAppError(3Xt)
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