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NAME    [Toc]    [Back]

       DXmSvnGetDisplayed  -  Retrieves (returns) displayed entry
       numbers and related information necessary to draw a corresponding

SYNOPSIS    [Toc]    [Back]

       void DXmSvnGetDisplayed(
               Widget widget,
               int *entries(),
               XtPointer *tags(),
               int *ys(),
               int len );

PARAMETERS    [Toc]    [Back]

       The  identifier  (widget ID) of the SVN widget.  A pointer
       to an array of integers to receive the  entry  numbers  of
       the  entries  being  displayed.   A pointer to an array of
       longwords to receive the application's entry_tag value for
       each  entry  displayed.   If tags are not required, a Null
       pointer may be passed.  A pointer to an array of longwords
       to receive the y coordinates for each entry displayed.  If
       y coordinates are not required,  a  Null  pointer  can  be
       passed.   The  number of entries allocated in the provided

DESCRIPTION    [Toc]    [Back]

       The DXmSvnGetDisplayed routine returns  information  about
       the  entries  that the SVN widget is currently displaying.
       This information can then be used to keep  a  simultaneous
       display up to date with the SVN widget window (in the case
       of a dialog box, for example, which might  contain  totals
       for the entries being displayed).

       The  application  is  responsible  for managing the memory
       used to return this list of entries.  As  such,  note  the
       following:  At  the  minimum, the number of entries in the
       array should be capable of holding at least the number  of
       entries   indicated   by   the  value  returned  from  the
       DXmSvnGetNumDisplayed routine.  If there are more  entries
       in  the array than the application will need, the SVN widget
 will set the value for those extra entries to  0.   If
       the  capacity of the arrays passed is less than the number
       of selected entries, only the number of entries  allocated
       in  the  provided  array  (the  value  for  len)  will  be

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