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XtVaCreateArgsList(3)		 XT FUNCTIONS		 XtVaCreateArgsList(3)

NAME
       XtVaCreateArgsList - dynamically	allocate a varargs list

SYNTAX
       XtVarArgsList XtVaCreateArgsList(XtPointer unused, ...);

ARGUMENTS
       unused	 Must be specified as NULL.

       ...	 Specifies a variable parameter	list of	resource name and
		 value pairs.

DESCRIPTION
       The XtVaCreateArgsList function allocates memory	and copies its argu-
       ments into a single list	pointer, which may be used with	XtVaNest-
       edList.	The end	of both	lists is identified by a name entry containing
       NULL. Any entries of type XtVaTypedArg are copied as specified without
       applying	conversions. Data passed by reference (including Strings) are
       not copied, only	the pointers themselves; the caller must ensure	that
       the data	remain valid for the lifetime of the created varargs list. The
       list should be freed using XtFree when no longer	needed.

SEE ALSO
       X Toolkit Intrinsics - C	Language Interface
       Xlib - C	Language X Interface

X Version 11			  libXt	1.1.5		 XtVaCreateArgsList(3)

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