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XmtParseCommandLine(3)	   Library Functions Manual	XmtParseCommandLine(3)

NAME
       XmtParseCommandLine() - parse the application command line for Xmt-spe-
       cific arguments.

SYNOPSIS
       #include	<Xmt/AppRes.h>

       void XmtParseCommandLine(Widget w, int *argc, char **argv)

ARGUMENTS
       INPUTS

	    w	   The	application  shell  widget   for   which   application
		   resources are to be set.

	    argc   The	address	of a variable that contains the	number of com-
		   mand-line arguments passed to main().

	    argv   The array of	command-line arguments	that  were  passed  to
		   main().

       OUTPUTS

	    argc   A  modified argc that specifies the number of arguments now
		   in argv.

	    argv   A modified argv from	which any arguments that  were	recog-
		   nized and parsed have been removed.

DESCRIPTION
       XmtParseCommandLine()  uses  XrmParseCommand()  to  parse  command line
       arguments the user can use to set Xmt  application  variables.	It  is
       designed	to be called immediately after a call to XtAppInitialize() and
       before the call to XmtInitializeApplicationShell(), if  any.  XtAppIni-
       tialize() parses	and removes the	standard Xt arguments from the command
       line, and also any  application-specific	 arguments  specified  in  its
       options array. XmtParseCommandLine() will parse and remove any standard
       Xmt arguments.

       XmtInitialize() is a convenience	 function  suitable  for  initializing
       most  Xmt  applications-it calls	XtAppInitialize() and XmtParseCommand-
       Line(), as well as other	functions.

       The table lists the standard Xmt	command	line arguments.

       Standard	Xmt Command Line Arguments

       ----------------------+--------------------+-----------------------
       -bitmapFilePath	     | -contextHelpPixmap | -helpCursorBackground
       -busyCursor	     | -cursor		  | -helpCursorForeground
       -busyCursorBackground | -cursorBackground  | -helpFilePath
       -busyCursorForeground | -cursorForeground  | -palette
       -colorTable	     | -focusStyle	  | -pixmapFilePath
       -configDir	     | -fontFamily	  | -resourceFilePath
       -configPath	     | -helpCursor	  | -userConfigPath
       -contextHelpFile	     |			  |

SEE ALSO
       Chapter 7, Application Resources	and Command-Line Arguments,
       XmtGetApplicationValues(), XmtInitialize(),
       XmtInitializeApplicationShell(),	XmtSetApplicationValues(),
       XrmParseCommand().

Xmt				  Motif	Tools		XmtParseCommandLine(3)

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