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       XpCreateContext - Creates and initializes a new print context.


             cc [ flag... ] file... -lXp [ library... ]
             #include <X11/extensions/Print.h>

       XPContext XpCreateContext ( display, printer_name )
             Display *display;
             char *printer_name;


              Specifies  a  pointer  to  the  Display structure; returned from

              The  name  of  a  printer  on   display.   String   encoded   as


       XpCreateContext  creates  a  new print context that is initialized with
       the default printer attributes  and  other  information  available  for
       printer_name  on  display.  A print context maintains the printer name,
       print  attributes,  font  capabilities,  print  (rendering)  state  and
       results, and is the object upon which the Xp calls act.

       If  the  library  fails  to generate a new print context-id, a value of
       None is returned, otherwise a print context-id is always  returned.  If
       printer_name  is  invalid, a BadMatch is generated later by the X Print

       A call to XpGetPrinterList will return  a  valid  list  of  values  for
       printer_name.   All  printer  name  values  in  the X Print Service are
       encoded as COMPOUND_TEXT (of which the ISO-8859-1 code-set is a  proper

       As  soon  as a print context is created, the print attributes in it can
       be   accessed   and   modified   by   calling    XpGetAttributes    and
       XpSetAttributes,  and  the  event  selections  in it can be modified by
       calling  XpSelectInput  and  XpInputSelected.  Other  Xp   calls   that
       explicitly take a print context-id as a parameter will operate directly
       on that print context. All Xp and X calls without  a  print  context-id
       parameter  (for  example,  all rendering oriented calls like XpStartJob
       and XDrawLine) require that a print  context  be  set  on  the  display
       connection  (see XpSetContext). Failure to set a print context prior to
       calling a print-context-dependent call will result in the generation of
       an XPBadContext error.

       The XPContext returned by XpCreateContext is an XID, and can be used to
       set the print context on display connections by  calling  XpSetContext.
       The   XPContext   id  can  be  shared  between  processes  and  display
       connections. It is the responsibility of the clients  sharing  a  print
       context to coordinate their usage of the context; for example they must
       ensure that in-use print contexts are not prematurely destroyed.

       The context_id remains valid  for  all  clients  until  1)  the  client
       creating  the  print  context  closes its display connection, or 2) any
       client calls XpDestroyContext. The context_id can be kept  valid  after
       the creating client's display connection closes if XSetCloseDownMode is
       called on display with RetainPermanent or RetainTemporary.

       After creating a print context, and possibly  modifying  the  XPDocAttr
       attribute  document-format  using  a  value  from the list of available
       formats  shown  in  the   XPPrinterAttr   attribute   document-formats-
       supported,   the   application  must  query  the  X  Print  Server  via
       XpGetScreenOfContext for the screen that has been associated  with  the
       print  context,  and then create all server resources that will be used
       in the print job on that screen.  Failure  to  do  so  will  result  in
       undefined behavior.

       When    XpCreateContext   is   called,   the   client's   locale   (see
       XpSetLocaleHinter) is included in the request as  a  "hint"  to  the  X
       Print  Server.   If supported by the implementation, the X Print Server
       will use the hint to initialize the attribute pools with any  localized
       attribute   values  (for  example,  the  human  readable  XPPrinterAttr
       attribute "descriptor" may be available in several different languages,
       and  the hint will be used to select one). If the X Print Server cannot
       understand the hint, the X Print Server chooses a default value.

       This  function  can  generate  a  BadMatch  error  if   the   specified
       printer_name  does  not  exist on display, or if the print server could
       not interpret the code set specified in printer_name.


       BadMatch       The value specified for doc_fmt is  not  valid  for  the
                      current   document  type  or  the  value  specified  for
                      drawable is not valid for the print  context  and  print


       XpDestroyContext(3Xp),   XpGetAttributes(3Xp),   XpGetPrinterList(3Xp),
       XpGetScreenOfContext(3Xp),  XpInputSelected(3Xp),   XpSelectInput(3Xp),
       XpSetAttributes(3Xp),     XpSetContext(3Xp),    XpSetLocaleHinter(3Xp),

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