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xtappgetselectiontimeout(3xt) [xfree86 man page]

XtAppGetSelectionTimeout(3Xt)					   XT FUNCTIONS 				     XtAppGetSelectionTimeout(3Xt)

XtAppGetSelectionTimeout, XtAppSetSelectionTimeout - set and obtain selection timeout values SYNTAX
unsigned long XtAppGetSelectionTimeout(XtAppContext app_context); void XtAppSetSelectionTimeout(XtAppContext app_context, unsigned long timeout); ARGUMENTS
app_context Specifies the application context. timeout Specifies the selection timeout in milliseconds. DESCRIPTION
The XtAppGetSelectionTimeout function returns the current selection timeout value, in milliseconds. The selection timeout is the time within which the two communicating applications must respond to one another. The initial timeout value is set by the selectionTimeout application resource, or, if selectionTimeout is not specified, it defaults to five seconds. The XtAppSetSelectionTimeout function sets the Intrinsics's selection timeout mechanism. Note that most applications should not set the selection timeout. SEE ALSO
XtOwnSelection(3Xt) X Toolkit Intrinsics - C Language Interface Xlib - C Language X Interface XFree86 Version 4.7.0 XtAppGetSelectionTimeout(3Xt)

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XtAppAddTimeOut(3Xt)													      XtAppAddTimeOut(3Xt)

XtAppAddTimeOut, XtRemoveTimeOut - register and remove timeouts SYNOPSIS
XtIntervalId XtAppAddTimeOut(app_context, interval, proc, client_data) XtAppContext app_context; unsigned long interval; XtTimerCallbackProc proc; XtPointer client_data; void XtRemoveTimeOut(timer) XtIntervalId timer; ARGUMENTS
Specifies the application context for which the timer is to be set. Specifies the argument that is to be passed to the specified procedure when it is called. Specifies the time interval in milliseconds. Specifies the procedure that is to be called when time expires. Speci- fies the ID for the timeout request to be destroyed. DESCRIPTION
The XtAppAddTimeOut function creates a timeout and returns an identifier for it. The timeout value is set to interval. The callback proce- dure is called when the time interval elapses, and then the timeout is removed. The XtRemoveTimeOut function removes the timeout. Note that timeouts are automatically removed once they trigger. SEE ALSO
XtAppAddInput(3Xt), XtAppAddSignal(3Xt) X Toolkit Intrinsics -- C Language Interface Xlib -- C Language X Interface XtAppAddTimeOut(3Xt)

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