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

XrmPutResource(3)			  XLIB FUNCTIONS			XrmPutResource(3)

NAME
       XrmPutResource, XrmQPutResource, XrmPutStringResource, XrmQPutStringResource, XrmPut-
       LineResource - store database resources

SYNTAX
       void XrmPutResource(XrmDatabase *database, char *specifier, char *type, XrmValue *value);

       void XrmQPutResource(XrmDatabase *database, XrmBindingList bindings, XrmQuarkList quarks,
	      XrmRepresentation type, XrmValue *value);

       void XrmPutStringResource(XrmDatabase *database, char *specifier, char *value);

       void XrmQPutStringResource(XrmDatabase *database, XrmBindingList bindings, XrmQuarkList
	      quarks, char *value);

       void XrmPutLineResource(XrmDatabase *database, char *line);

ARGUMENTS
       bindings  Specifies a list of bindings.

       database  Specifies the resource database.

       line	 Specifies the resource name and value pair as a single string.

       quarks	 Specifies the complete or partial name or the class list of the resource.

       specifier Specifies a complete or partial specification of the resource.

       type	 Specifies the type of the resource.

       value	 Specifies the value of the resource, which is specified as a string.

DESCRIPTION
       If database contains NULL, XrmPutResource creates a new database and returns a pointer to
       it.  XrmPutResource is a convenience function that calls XrmStringToBindingQuarkList fol-
       lowed by:

       XrmQPutResource(database, bindings, quarks, XrmStringToQuark(type), value)

       If the specifier and type are not in the Host Portable Character Encoding, the result is
       implementation-dependent.  The value is stored in the database without modification.

       If database contains NULL, XrmQPutResource creates a new database and returns a pointer to
       it.  If a resource entry with the identical bindings and quarks already exists in the
       database, the previous type and value are replaced by the new specified type and value.
       The value is stored in the database without modification.

       If database contains NULL, XrmPutStringResource creates a new database and returns a
       pointer to it.  XrmPutStringResource adds a resource with the specified value to the spec-
       ified database.	XrmPutStringResource is a convenience function that first calls Xrm-
       StringToBindingQuarkList on the specifier and then calls XrmQPutResource, using a
       ``String'' representation type.	If the specifier is not in the Host Portable Character
       Encoding, the result is implementation-dependent.  The value is stored in the database
       without modification.

       If database contains NULL, XrmQPutStringResource creates a new database and returns a
       pointer to it.  XrmQPutStringResource is a convenience routine that constructs an XrmValue
       for the value string (by calling strlen to compute the size) and then calls XrmQPutRe-
       source, using a ``String'' representation type.	The value is stored in the database with-
       out modification.

       If database contains NULL, XrmPutLineResource creates a new database and returns a pointer
       to it.  XrmPutLineResource adds a single resource entry to the specified database.  The
       line should be in valid ResourceLine format (see section 15.1) terminated by a newline or
       null character; the database that results from using a string with incorrect syntax is
       implementation-dependent.  The string is parsed in the locale of the database.  If the
       ResourceName is not in the Host Portable Character Encoding, the result is implementation-
       dependent.  Note that comment lines are not stored.

SEE ALSO
       XrmGetResource(3X11), XrmInitialize(3X11), XrmMergeDatabases(3X11), XrmUniqueQuark(3X11)
       Xlib - C Language X Interface

X Version 11				   libX11 1.2.1 			XrmPutResource(3)


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