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DXmCreateCursor(3X)					   DXmCreateCursor(3X)

NAME
       DXmCreateCursor - Creates a specific cursor.

SYNOPSIS
       Cursor DXmCreateCursor(widget, cursorkind)
	       Widget  widget;
	       int     cursorkind;

PARAMETERS
       The widget from which display information is obtained.  An integer that
       represents the type of cursor, as follows:

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

	      Value				Cursor Description

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

	      decw$c_wait_cursor (4)		A watch

	      decw$c_questionmark_cursor (54)	A question mark

	      decw$c_inactive_cursor (6)	A caution ("do not enter")
						symbol

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

	      The  following  X	 Window	 System	 fallbacks are provided in the
	      event the DECwindows-specific cursors cannot be loaded:

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

	      DECwindows-Specific Cursor   X Fallback

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

	      decw$c_wait_cursor	   XC_watch

	      decw$c_questionmark_cursor   XC_question_arrow

	      decw$c_inactive_cursor	   XC_circle

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

	      You can specify  additional  cursor  symbols  by	examining  the
	      /usr/include/X11/decwcursor.h  file.  (X Window System fallbacks
	      are provided for each of those cursors as well.)

DESCRIPTION
       The DXmCreateCursor routine enables you to create a  cursor  that  dis‐
       plays  as  a  watch,  question mark, or caution ("do not enter") symbol
       (these are the most frequently used cursor symbols).

RETURN VALUES
       The identifier (cursor ID) of the created cursor.

							   DXmCreateCursor(3X)
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