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dtfile_error(user cmd)					dtfile_error(user cmd)

NAME
       dtfile_error -- the CDE File Manager error-dialog script

SYNOPSIS
       dtfile_error error_message

DESCRIPTION
       This script can be used by applications to display an error dialog when
       it would	be difficult or	impossible to do in the	context	of the execut-
       ing  program.  For  example,  it	can be used when exec fails in a child
       process or if an	error is detected before an application's main	window
       can  be realized. It can	also be	used from a shell script to display an
       error dialog.

       This script is used by File Manager to display  an  error  dialog  when
       exec fails within a child process.

EXAMPLES
   dtfile_error	You did	something wrong
       Executed	from a command line, this displays an error dialog. The	dialog
       consists	of the message text, "You did something	wrong",	and an OK but-
       ton. Clicking on	OK dismisses the dialog.

   execl(dtfile_error, dtfile_error, s,	NULL);
       Executed	from within a program, this displays an	error dialog. The dia-
       log consists of the message text	in the string  s  and  an  OK  button.
       Clicking	on OK dismisses	the dialog.

							dtfile_error(user cmd)

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