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Set_Mapped(special file)			      Set_Mapped(special file)

NAME
       Set_Mapped -- set whether a tool	is mapped to the screen

SYNOPSIS
       Set_Mapped(in boolean mapped
	       [in messageID commission]);

DESCRIPTION
       The  Set_Mapped	request	sets the mapped	state of the optionally	speci-
       fied window, or of the window primarily associated  with	 the  handling
       procid (if no window is specified).

       The mapped argument is a	Boolean	value indicating whether the specified
       window is (to be) mapped	to the screen.

       The commission argument is the ID of the	ongoing	request, if any,  that
       resulted	in the creation	of the window in question.

APPLICATION USAGE
       The  ttdt_session_join(3), and ttdt_message_accept(3), functions	can be
       used by Xt applications to register for,	and transparently process, the
       Set_Mapped request.

EXAMPLES
       The Set_Mapped request can be sent as in	the following example:

       Tt_message msg =	tttk_message_create(0, TT_REQUEST, TT_SESSION,
			       the_recipient_procid, TTDT_SET_MAPPED,
			       my_callback);
       tt_message_iarg_add(msg,	TT_IN, Tttk_boolean, 1);
       tt_message_send(msg);

WARNINGS
       Set_Mapped  can	also be	sent as	a multicast notice, as an edict	to all
       tools in	the scope of the message.  The consequences of doing so	can be
       severe and unexpected.

SEE ALSO
       tt_message_iarg_add(3),	 tt_message_send(3),   ttdt_message_accept(3),
       ttdt_session_join(3); Get_Mapped	request.

						      Set_Mapped(special file)

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