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XmListReplaceItemsPosUnseleLibrary FunctionsXmListReplaceItemsPosUnselected(3)

NAME
       XmListReplaceItemsPosUnselected	-- A List function that	replaces items
       in a list without selecting the replacement items

SYNOPSIS
       #include	<Xm/List.h>
       void XmListReplaceItemsPosUnselected(
       Widget widget,
       XmString	*new_items,
       int item_count,
       int position);

DESCRIPTION
       XmListReplaceItemsPosUnselected replaces	the specified number of	 items
       in  the	list  with  new	items, starting	at the given position. The re-
       placement items remain unselected, even if they currently appear	in the
       XmNselectedItems	list.

       widget	 Specifies the ID of the List widget to	replace	items in.

       new_items Specifies a pointer to	the replacement	items.

       item_count
		 Specifies  the	number of elements in new_items	and the	number
		 of items in the list to replace.  This	number must be nonneg-
		 ative.

       position	 Specifies  the	 position  of the first	item in	the list to be
		 replaced. A value of 1	indicates that the first item replaced
		 is the	first item in the list;	a value	of 2 indicates that it
		 is the	second item; and so on.

		 Beginning with	the item  specified  in	 position,  item_count
		 items	in  the	 list are replaced with	the corresponding ele-
		 ments from new_items. That is,	the item at  position  is  re-
		 placed	 with  the  first element of new_items;	the item after
		 position is replaced with the second  element	of  new_items;
		 and so	on, until item_count is	reached.

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

RELATED
       XmList(3).

					    XmListReplaceItemsPosUnselected(3)

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