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       XmStringLength  — A compound string function that obtains the length of
       a  compound  string  "XmStringLength"   "compound   string   functions"


       #include <Xm/Xm.h>
       int XmStringLength(
       XmString s1);


       This  function  is  obsolete and exists for compatibility with previous
       releases. It is replaced by  XmStringByteStreamLength.   XmStringLength
       obtains the length of a compound string. It returns the number of bytes
       in s1 including all tags, direction indicators, and separators. If  the
       compound string has an invalid structure, 0 (zero) is returned.

       s1        Specifies the compound string


       Returns the length of the compound string.


       XmStringByteStreamLength(3) and XmStringCreate(3).


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