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NAME

       XSynchronize, XSetAfterFunction - enable or disable synchronization

SYNTAX

       int (*XSynchronize(Display *display, Bool onoff))();

       int (*XSetAfterFunction(Display *display, int (*procedure)()))();

ARGUMENTS

       display   Specifies the connection to the X server.

       procedure Specifies the procedure to be called.

       onoff     Specifies a Boolean value that indicates whether to enable or
                 disable synchronization.

DESCRIPTION

       The XSynchronize function returns the previous after function.  If
       onoff is True, XSynchronize turns on synchronous behavior.  If onoff is
       False, XSynchronize turns off synchronous behavior.

       The specified procedure is called with only a display pointer.
       XSetAfterFunction returns the previous after function.

SEE ALSO

       XSetErrorHandler(3)
       Xlib - C Language X Interface



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