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XmCvtStringToUnitType

XmCvtStringToUnitType

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NAME

XmCvtStringToUnitType --- A function that converts a string to a unit-type value  

SYNOPSIS

#include <Xm/Xm.h>
void XmCvtStringToUnitType(
XrmValuePtr args,
Cardinal * num_args,
XrmValue * from_val,
XrmValue * to_val);
 

DESCRIPTION

XmCvtStringToUnitType converts a string to a unit type. Refer to the reference pages for XmGadget, XmManager, or XmPrimitive for a description of the valid unit types. Use of this function as a resource converter is obsolete. It has been replaced by a new resource converter that uses the RepType facility.

args
Specifies a list of additional XrmValue arguments to the converter if additional context is needed to perform the conversion. For example, the string-to-font converter needs the widget's screen and the string-to-pixel converter needs the widget's screen and color map. This argument is often NULL.
num_args
Specifies the number of additional XrmValue arguments. This argument is often zero.
from_val
Specifies the value to convert
to_val
Specifies the descriptor to use to return the converted value
 

RELATED

XmGadget(3), XmManager(3), and XmPrimitive(3).


 

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