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DXmCSTextReplace(3X)					  DXmCSTextReplace(3X)

NAME
       DXmCSTextReplace	 -  Replaces a specified segment of text in a compound
       string text widget.

SYNOPSIS
       DXmCSTextStatus DXmCSTextReplace(widget, from_pos, to_pos, value)
			Widget	  widget;
			int	  from_pos;
			int	  to_pos;
			XmString  value;

PARAMETERS
       The identifier (widget ID) of the  compound  string  text  widget.   An
       integer	that represents the first character position of the text being
       replaced.  An integer that represents the last  character  position  of
       the text being replaced.	 Replacement text for part of the current text
       in the compound string text widget, or additional text to  be  inserted
       into the compound string text widget.

DESCRIPTION
       The  DXmCSTextReplace routine replaces part of the text in the compound
       string text widget.  Within the widget, positions are numbered starting
       at  0  and increasing sequentially.  For example, to replace the second
       and third characters in the text,  from_pos  should  be	1  and	to_pos
       should  be  3.  To insert text after the fourth character, from_pos and
       to_pos should both be 4.

RETURN VALUES
       A value that represents the status (success or failure) of the  replace
       operation, as follows:

       ────────────────────────────────────────────────────────

       Value			  Description

       ────────────────────────────────────────────────────────

       DXmCSTextStatusEditDone	  Text replaced successfully.

       DXmCSTextStatusEditError	  Text not replaced (failure).

       ────────────────────────────────────────────────────────

RELATED INFORMATION
       DXmCreateCSText(3X), DXmCSTextSetString(3X), DXmCSTextGetString(3X)

							  DXmCSTextReplace(3X)
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