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NAME

       XmStringGenerate  —  A  convenience  function that generates a compound
       string "XmStringGenerate"

SYNOPSIS

       #include <Xm/Xm.h>
       XmString XmStringGenerate(
       XtPointer text,
       XmStringTag tag,
       XmTextType type,
       XmStringTag rendition);

DESCRIPTION

       XmStringGenerate calls the XmStringParseText function  with  a  default
       parse  table  of entries consisting of '', which maps to Separator, and
       '', which maps to  Tab.   Matching  RENDITION_BEGIN  and  RENDITION_END
       components   containing  rendition  are  placed  around  the  resulting
       XmString.

       text      Specifies a NULL-terminated string containing characters of a
                 type determined by type.

       tag       Specifies the tag to be used in creating the result. The type
                 of tag created (charset or locale) depends on the  text  type
                 and  the  value  given.  If specified value is NULL, and type
                 indicates that a charset tag should be created, then the  tag
                 will  have  the  value  of XmFONTLIST_DEFAULT_TAG.  If tag is
                 NULL, and type indicates a locale tag, then the tag will have
                 the value of _MOTIF_DEFAULT_LOCALE.

       type      Specifies the type of text to be passed in, and the tag type.
                 If a locale tag should be created, then type has a  value  of
                 either  XmMULTIBYTE_TEXT  or  XmWIDECHAR_TEXT.  If  a charset
                 should be created, type has a value of XmCHARSET_TEXT.

       rendition Specifies   the   rendition   tag   to   be   used   in    an
                 XmSTRING_COMPONENT_RENDITION_BEGIN component which will begin
                 the       returned       string       and        in        an
                 XmSTRING_COMPONENT_RENDITION_END component which will end it.
                 If rendition is NULL, no rendition tag is placed.

RETURN

       Returns a new compound string.  The function  will  allocate  space  to
       hold  the  returned  compound  string.   When the application no longer
       needs  the  returned  compound  string,  the  application  should  call
       XmStringFree.

RELATED

       XmString(3) and XmStringFree(3).

                                                           XmStringGenerate(3)



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