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X11R7.4 - man page for xkbgetindicatormap (x11r4 section 3)

XkbGetIndicatorMap(3)			  XKB FUNCTIONS 		    XkbGetIndicatorMap(3)

       XkbGetIndicatorMap  - Gets the map for one or more indicators, using a mask to specify the

       Status XkbGetIndicatorMap ( dpy, which, desc )
	     Display *dpy;
	     unsigned int which;
	     XkbDescPtr desc;

       - dpy  connection to the X server

       - which
	      mask of indicators for which maps should be returned

       - desc keyboard description to be updated

       Xkb allows applications to obtain information about indicators using two  different  meth-
       ods. The first method, which is similar to the core X implementation, uses a mask to spec-
       ify the indicators. The second method, which is more suitable for  applications	concerned
       with interoperability, uses indicator names. The correspondence between the indicator name
       and the bit position in masks is as follows: one of the parameters returned  from  XkbGet-
       NamedIndicators	is  an	index  that  is the bit position to use in any function call that
       requires a mask of indicator bits, as well as the indicator's index into the XkbIndicator-
       Rec array of indicator maps.

       XkbGetIndicatorMap obtains the maps from the server for only those indicators specified by
       the which mask and copies the values into the keyboard description specified by desc.   If
       the  indicators field of the desc parameter is NULL, XkbGetIndicatorMap allocates and ini-
       tializes it.

       To free the indicator maps, use XkbFreeIndicatorMaps.

       BadAlloc       Unable to allocate storage

       BadMatch       A compatible version of Xkb was not available in the server or an  argument
		      has correct type and range, but is otherwise invalid

		      Invalid reply from server

       XkbFreeIndicatorMaps(3), XkbGetNamedIndicators(3)

X Version 11				   libX11 1.2.1 		    XkbGetIndicatorMap(3)

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