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XkbFreeGeomOverlays(3)			  XKB FUNCTIONS 		   XkbFreeGeomOverlays(3)

NAME
       XkbFreeGeomOverlays - Free rows in a section

SYNOPSIS
       void XkbFreeGeomOverlays ( section, first, count, free_all )
	     XkbSectionPtr section;
	     int first;
	     int count;
	     Bool free_all;

ARGUMENTS
       - section
	      section in which overlays should be freed

       - first
	      first overlay to be freed

       - count
	      number of overlays to be freed

       - free_all
	      True => all overlays are freed

DESCRIPTION
       Xkb provides a number of functions to allocate and free subcomponents of a keyboard geome-
       try. Use these functions to create or modify keyboard geometries.  Note that  these  func-
       tions  merely  allocate	space  for the new element(s), and it is up to you to fill in the
       values explicitly in your code. These allocation functions increase sz_* but  never  touch
       num_* (unless there is an allocation failure, in which case they reset both sz_* and num_*
       to zero). These functions return Success if they succeed, BadAlloc if they are not able to
       allocate space, or BadValue if a parameter is not as expected.

       If  free_all  is  True, all overlays are freed regardless of the value of first and count.
       Otherwise, the number of overlays specified by count are freed, beginning with the overlay
       specified by first in the specified section.

RETURN VALUES
       Success	      The  XkbFreeGeomOverlays	functions returns Success if there are no alloca-
		      tion or argument errors.

DIAGNOSTICS
       BadAlloc       Unable to allocate storage

       BadValue       An argument is out of range

X Version 11				   libX11 1.2.1 		   XkbFreeGeomOverlays(3)
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