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XtParseAcceleratorTable(3Xt)					     MIT X11R4					      XtParseAcceleratorTable(3Xt)

Name
       XtParseAcceleratorTable, XtInstallAccelerators, XtInstallAllAccelerators - managing accelerator tables

Syntax
       XtAccelerators XtParseAcceleratorTable(source)
	  String source;

       void XtInstallAccelerators(destination, source)
	  Widget destination;
	  Widget source;

       void XtInstallAllAccelerators(destination, source)
	  Widget destination;
	  Widget source;

Arguments
       source	 Specifies the accelerator table to compile.

       destination
		 Specifies the widget on which the accelerators are to be installed.

       source	 Specifies the widget or the root widget of the widget tree from which the accelerators are to come.

Description
       The function compiles the accelerator table into the opaque internal representation.

       The function installs the accelerators from source onto destination by augmenting the destination translations with the source accelera-
       tors.  If the source display_accelerator method is non-NULL, calls it with the source widget and a string representation of the accelerator
       table, which indicates that its accelerators have been installed and that it should display them appropriately.	The string representation
       of the accelerator table is its canonical translation table representation.

       The function recursively descends the widget tree rooted at source and installs the accelerators of each widget encountered onto destina-
       tion.  A common use os to call and pass the application main window as the source.

See Also
       XtParseTranslationTable(1X)
       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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XtParseAcceleratorTable(3Xt)											      XtParseAcceleratorTable(3Xt)

NAME
XtParseAcceleratorTable, XtInstallAccelerators, XtInstallAllAccelerators - managing accelerator tables SYNOPSIS
XtAccelerators XtParseAcceleratorTable(source) String source; void XtInstallAccelerators(destination, source) Widget destination; Widget source; void XtInstallAllAccelerators(destination, source) Widget destination; Widget source; ARGUMENTS
Specifies the accelerator table to compile. Specifies the widget on which the accelerators are to be installed. Specifies the widget or the root widget of the widget tree from which the accelerators are to come. DESCRIPTION
The XtParseAcceleratorTable function compiles the accelerator table into the opaque internal representation. The XtInstallAccelerators function installs the accelerators from source onto destination by augmenting the destination translations with the source accelerators. If the source display_accelerator method is non-NULL, XtInstallAccelerators calls it with the source widget and a string representation of the accelerator table, which indicates that its accelerators have been installed and that it should display them appropriately. The string representation of the accelerator table is its canonical translation table representation. The XtInstallAllAccelerators function recursively descends the widget tree rooted at source and installs the accelerators of each widget encountered onto destination. A common use is to call XtInstallAllAccelerators and pass the application main window as the source. SEE ALSO
XtParseTranslationTable(3Xt) X Toolkit Intrinsics -- C Language Interface Xlib -- C Language X Interface XtParseAcceleratorTable(3Xt)
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