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XtParseAcceleratorTable(3)		   XT FUNCTIONS 	       XtParseAcceleratorTable(3)

       XtParseAcceleratorTable, XtInstallAccelerators, XtInstallAllAccelerators - managing accel-
       erator tables

       XtAccelerators XtParseAcceleratorTable(String source);

       void XtInstallAccelerators(Widget destination, Widget source);

       void XtInstallAllAccelerators(Widget destination, Widget source);

       source	 Specifies the accelerator table to compile.

		 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 accel-
		 erators are to come.

       The XtParseAcceleratorTable function compiles the accelerator table into the opaque inter-
       nal 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 repre-

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

       X Toolkit Intrinsics - C Language Interface
       Xlib - C Language X Interface

X Version 11				   libXt 1.0.5		       XtParseAcceleratorTable(3)
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