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DPMSGetTimeouts(3)		  X FUNCTIONS		    DPMSGetTimeouts(3)

NAME
       DPMSGetTimeouts - retrieves the timeout values used by the X server for
       DPMS timings

SYNOPSIS
       cc [ flag ... ] file ... -lXext [ library ... ]
       #include <X11/extensions/dpms.h>

       Bool DPMSGetTimeouts
	      (
		    Display *display,
		    CARD16 *standby,
		    CARD16 *suspend,
		    CARD16 *off
	      );

ARGUMENTS
       display
	      Specifies the connection to the X server

       standby
	      Specifies the current standby timeout in seconds

       suspend
	      Specifies the current suspend timeout in seconds

       off    Specifies the current off timeout in seconds

DESCRIPTION
       The DPMSGetTimeouts function retrieves the timeout values used by the X
       server for DPMS timings.

       The value standby is the amount of time of inactivity in seconds before
       standby mode is invoked. A value of zero indicates that this  mode  has
       been disabled.

       The value suspend is the amount of time of inactivity in seconds before
       the second level of power savings is invoked.  A value  of  zero	 indi‐
       cates that this mode has been disabled.

       The value off is the amount of time of inactivity in seconds before the
       third and final level of power savings is  invoked.  A  value  of  zero
       indicates that this mode has been disabled.

RETURN VALUES
       TRUE	      The  DPMSGetTimeouts  function  returns TRUE when values
		      are returned.

       FALSE	      The DPMSGetTimeouts function returns FALSE when no  val‐
		      ues returned.

SEE ALSO
       DPMSCapable(3), DPMSInfo(3), DPMSSetTimeouts(3)

X Version 11		       libXext 1.0.99.1		    DPMSGetTimeouts(3)
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