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XmClipboardWithdrawFormat(3Library Functions ManuaXmClipboardWithdrawFormat(3)

NAME
       XmClipboardWithdrawFormat  --  A	clipboard function that	indicates that
       the application no longer wants to supply a data	item

SYNOPSIS
       #include	<Xm/CutPaste.h>
       int XmClipboardWithdrawFormat (display, window, data_id)
	       Display * display;
	       Window  window;
	       long    data_id;
       (void)

DESCRIPTION
       XmClipboardWithdrawFormat indicates that	the application	no longer sup-
       plies  a	data item to the clipboard that	the application	had previously
       passed by name.

       display	 Specifies a pointer to	the Display  structure	that  was  re-
		 turned	in a previous call to XOpenDisplay or XtDisplay.

       window	 Specifies the window ID of a widget that relates the applica-
		 tion window to	the clipboard.	The widget's window ID can  be
		 obtained  through  XtWindow.	The  same application instance
		 should	pass the same window ID	to each	clipboard function  it
		 calls.

       data_id	 Specifies  an	identifying  number assigned to	the data item,
		 that uniquely identifies the data item	and the	 format.  This
		 was assigned to the item when it was originally passed	by Xm-
		 ClipboardCopy.

RETURN
       XmClipboardSuccess
		 The function was successful.

       XmClipboardLocked
		 The function failed because the clipboard was locked  by  an-
		 other	application.  The application can continue to call the
		 function again	with the same parameters until the  lock  goes
		 away.	This  gives  the application the opportunity to	ask if
		 the user wants	to keep	trying or to give up on	the operation.

RELATED
       XmClipboardCopy(3) and XmClipboardStartCopy(3).

						  XmClipboardWithdrawFormat(3)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | RETURN | RELATED

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