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XmTextSetMaxLength

XmTextSetMaxLength

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NAME

XmTextSetMaxLength --- A Text function that sets the value of the current maximum allowable length of a text string entered from the keyboard  

SYNOPSIS

#include <Xm/Text.h>
void XmTextSetMaxLength(
Widget widget,
int max_length);
 

DESCRIPTION

XmTextSetMaxLength sets the value of the current maximum allowable length of the text string in the Text widget. The maximum allowable length prevents the user from entering a text string from the keyboard that is larger than this limit. Strings that are entered using the XmNvalue (or XmNvalueWcs) resource, or the XmTextSetString (or XmTextSetStringWcs) function ignore this resource.

widget
Specifies the Text widget ID
max_length
Specifies the maximum allowable length of the text string

For a complete definition of Text and its associated resources, see XmText(3).  

RELATED

XmText(3), XmTextSetString(3), and XmTextSetStringWcs(3).


 

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