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XmListGetSelectedPos(3)	   Library Functions Manual    XmListGetSelectedPos(3)

NAME
       XmListGetSelectedPos  --	 A  List function that returns the position of
       every selected item in the list

SYNOPSIS
       #include	<Xm/List.h>
       Boolean XmListGetSelectedPos(
       Widget widget,
       int **position_list,
       int *position_count);

DESCRIPTION
       This routine is obsolete. It is replaced	by calling XtGetValues for the
       List  resources XmNselectedPositions and	XmNselectedPositionCount.  Xm-
       ListGetSelectedPos is a Boolean function	that returns an	array  of  the
       positions of the	selected items in a List.

       widget	 Specifies the ID of the List widget.

       position_list
		 Returns  an  array  of	the positions of the selected items in
		 the List.  The	position of the	first item in the list	is  1;
		 the  position	of  the	second item is 2; and so on.  When the
		 return	value is True, XmListGetSelectedPos  allocates	memory
		 for  this  array.  The	caller is responsible for freeing this
		 memory.  The caller can recover the allocated memory by call-
		 ing XtFree.

       position_count
		 Returns the number of elements	in the position_list.

       For a complete definition of List and its associated resources, see Xm-
       List(3).

RETURN
       Returns True if the list	has any	selected items,	and False if  it  does
       not.

RELATED
       XmList(3).

						       XmListGetSelectedPos(3)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | RETURN | RELATED

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