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XmTextSetMaxLength(3)	   Library Functions Manual	 XmTextSetMaxLength(3)

NAME
       XmTextSetMaxLength  --  A Text function that sets the value of the cur-
       rent maximum allowable length of	a text string entered  from  the  key-
       board

SYNOPSIS
       #include	<Xm/Text.h>
       void XmTextSetMaxLength(
       Widget widget,
       int max_length);

DESCRIPTION
       XmTextSetMaxLength  sets	 the  value  of	 the current maximum allowable
       length of the text string in the	Text  widget.  The  maximum  allowable
       length  prevents	the user from entering a text string from the keyboard
       that is larger than this	limit.	Strings	that are entered using the Xm-
       Nvalue (or XmNvalueWcs) resource, or the	XmTextSetString	(or XmTextSet-
       StringWcs) function ignore this resource.

       widget	 Specifies the Text widget ID

       max_length
		 Specifies the maximum allowable length	of the text string

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

RELATED
       XmText(3), XmTextSetString(3), and XmTextSetStringWcs(3).

							 XmTextSetMaxLength(3)

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