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 DtMmdbTocGetChildIds(3) -- obtains a list of object identifiers for child sections
    The DtMmdbTocGetChildIds function returns an array of the object identifiers for the child sections belonging to the specified section. Use the DtmmdbFreeHandleList to release the array when it is no longer needed.
 DtMmdbTocGetNumOfChildren(3) -- obtains the number of child sections
    The DtMmdbTocGetNumOfChildren function returns the number of child sections for the specified section.
 DtMmdbTocGetParentId(3) -- obtains the object identifier of the parent section
    The DtMmdbTocGetParentId function returns the object identifier of the section that is parent to the specified section. Use the DtMmdbFreeHandle to release the identifier when it is no longer needed.
 DtMrmInitialize(3) -- registers the Dt Widget with the Mrm library and initializes it
    DtMrmInitialize first calls MrmInitialize, and then, using MrmRegisterClass, registers the following Dt widgets: + DtMenuButton + DtTerm + DtHelpDialog, DtHelpQuickDialog + DtEditor + DtPrintSetupBox, DtPrintSetupDialog (Refer to the individual widgets for the exact class pointer names, resources, etc.) DtMrmInitialize is part of the DtMrm run time library. It is necessary to link with libMrm to u...
 DtMsgLogMessage(3) -- logs a message
    The DtMsgLogMessage function logs the given arguments in one message. The format of the message is specified by format and thus is controlled by the application. The format of each logged entry is: *** ( ): : PID : *** [ ] The value of depends on the value of msg_type. Its value is:
 DtMsgLogOpenFile(3) -- opens a log file
    The DtMsgLogOpenFile function calls fopen to open a log file with type open mode. If fopen opens a log file successfully and returns a nonNULL filename_return, DtMsgLogOpenFile calls malloc to allocate space for filename_return. DtMsgLogOpenFile then copies the log file name to filename_return. The caller must use the free function to release the space allocated for filename_return, if it is not N...
 DtMsgLogSetHandler(3) -- installs an alternate message logging handler
    The DtMsgLogSetHandler function installs an alternate message logging handler that will be invoked when DtMsgLogMessage is called. If handler is NULL, the default handler is installed. DtMsgLogSetHandler is optional and should be used only to override the default message logging handler. If the handler function wants to log a message, it must use the format and file specified in DtMsgLogMessage(3)...
 DtPrintCopySetupData(3) -- copies one DtPrintSetupData structure to another
    The DtPrintCopySetupData function copies the DtPrintSetupData structure pointed to by source to the DtPrintSetupData structure pointed to by target. Elements in target are updated only if different than the corresponding elements in source. For elements that point to allocated memory, DtPrintCopySetupData allocates new memory for those elements updated in target. Existing elements in target are fr...
 DtPrintFillSetupData(3) -- obtains X printer connection information
    The DtPrintFillSetupData function obtains an X printer connection in order to initiate an X printing job in situations other than direct interaction with a DtPrintSetupBox. Examples of such situations include a "quick print" button on a toolbar and "GUI-less" printing. This X printer connection information can be obtained from an existing DtPrintSetupBox widget instance, or if a DtPrintSetupBo...
 DtPrintFreeSetupData(3) -- frees the memory pointed to by DtPrintSetupData structure elements
    The DtPrintFreeSetupData function calls XtFree to deallocate memory pointed to by elements of the DtPrintSetupData structure indicated by target. The DtPrintSetupData structure pointed to by target is not altered by this function. For a description of the DtPrintSetupData structure, see DtPrintSetupBox(3).
 DtPrintResetConnection(3) -- resets the print display connection managed by a DtPrintSetupBox
    The DtPrintResetConnection function is a convenience function provided by the DtPrintSetupBox widget that allows applications to direct the widget to stop managing the X print server connection. A mode parameter is included in order to direct the widget to close the print connection by calling XpDestroyPrintContext and XCloseDisplay or to simply relinquish control of the connection without closing...
 DtPrintSetupBox(3) -- application print setup widget
    DtPrintSetupBox is a widget that is typically the initial window used to set various options prior to printing from an application. This widget is designed primarily for use by applications that utilize the X Print Service. However, it can also be used by applications employing other printing methods. DtPrintSetupBox is organized based on generic print options and application specific print option...
 DtPrintSetupProc(3) -- Type definition for DtPrintSetupBox procedure resources.
    DtPrintSetupProc is the type definition used for DtPrintSetupBox procedure resources. Each procedure is passed the widget ID of the DtPrintSetupBox via wid, and a structure containing information needed to perform the particular operation via print_data. If a procedure needs to update the DtPrintSetupBox, it should do so by setting resources as indicated by the procedure resource description. The ...
 DtSaverGetWindows(3) -- get the list of windows for drawing by a screen saver application
    The DtSaverGetWindows function returns a list of windows on which a screen saver application should draw when invoked by CDE. The display argument is the X display. The window argument is the address of a pointer to receive the pointer to a list of windows. The count argument is the address of an integer to receive the number of elements in the list of windows returned in window.
 DtSearchAddMessage(3) -- Access and manipulate messages on the DtSearch MessageList
    The DtSearch online search engine may assemble detailed user messages to explain various errors and failures. These messages are designed to provide a user with enough information to correct the error. Often more than one message is assembled onto the MessageList as the result of a single API call. The calling code may also append messages to the MessageList prior to display to the user. All messa...
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