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DXmCreateHelpDialog(3X)				       DXmCreateHelpDialog(3X)

NAME
       DXmCreateHelpDialog - Creates the Help widget with a dialog box.

SYNOPSIS
       Widget DXmCreateHelpDialog (parent, name, arglist, argcount)
	       Widget	parent;
	       char	*name;
	       Arglist	arglist;
	       int	argcount;

PARAMETERS
       The  identifier (widget ID) of the parent widget.  The name of the cre‐
       ated widget.  The application argument list.  An	 integer  that	repre‐
       sents the number of arguments in the application argument list.

DESCRIPTION
       The DXmCreateHelpDialog routine creates a help widget that includes its
       own dialog box.	The help widget is a modeless widget that enables  the
       application  to	display	 appropriate  user  assistance	information in
       response to a user request.  When the user requests help, the help wid‐
       get  displays an initial help topic, then gives the user the ability to
       view additional help topics.

       The DXmNfirstTopic resource allows the application to provide  context-
       sensitive  help	by  selecting  a  specific  topic based on implicit or
       explicit cues from the user.

       After the widget has been created, you can change  the  help  topic  by
       specifying  a new DXmNfirstTopic (using the Intrinsic routine XtSetVal‐
       ues), and then managing the widget (using the Intrinsic routine	XtMan‐
       ageChild) to display the help window.

       When  the  user	exits from a help session, the widget is automatically
       unmanaged.

   Resource Information
       The help widget does not support children.

       You can set the following widget-specific resources in the arglist:

       XmString	      DXmNaddtopicLabel;  XmString	  DXmNapplicationName;
       XmString	       DXmNbadFrameMessage;  XmString	    DXmNbadlibMessage;
       Boolean	      DXmNcacheHelpLibrary; XmString	   DXmNcloseLabel; int
       DXmNcols;  XmString	 DXmNcopyLabel; KeySym	       DXmNcopyLabelM‐
       nem; XmString	   DXmNcopyLabelMnemCS; Boolean		DXmNdefaultPo‐
       sition;	XmString       DXmNdismissLabel; XmString	DXmNeditLabel;
       KeySym	      DXmNeditLabelMnem;  XmString	  DXmNeditLabelMnemCS;
       XmString		DXmNerroropenMessage;	XmString	DXmNexitLabel;
       KeySym	      DXmNexitLabelMnem;  XmString	  DXmNexitLabelMnemCS;
       XmString		 DXmNfileLabel;	   KeySym	    DXmNfileLabelMnem;
       XmString	       DXmNfileLabelMnemCS;   XmString	       DXmNfirstTopic;
       XmString		DXmNglossaryTopic;   XmString	      DXmNgobackLabel;
       KeySym	       DXmNgobackLabelMnem;  XmString	     DXmNgobackLabelM‐
       nemCS;  XmString	      DXmNgobacktopicLabel; XmString	   DXmNgoover‐
       Label; KeySym	     DXmNgooverLabelMnem; XmString	 DXmNgooverLa‐
       belMnemCS;  XmString	   DXmNgotoLabel; XmString	 DXmNgototopi‐
       cLabel; KeySym	      DXmNgototopicLabelMnem; XmString	     DXmNgoto‐
       topicLabelMnemCS;   XmString	   DXmNhelpAcknowledgeLabel;  XmString
       DXmNhelphelpLabel;   KeySym	     DXmNhelphelpLabelMnem;   XmString
       DXmNhelphelpLabelMnemCS;	    XmString	      DXmNhelpLabel;	KeySym
       DXmNhelpLabelMnem;   XmString	      DXmNhelpLabelMnemCS;    XmString
       DXmNhelpOnHelpTitle;   XmString	       DXmNhelpontitleLabel;  XmString
       DXmNhelptitleLabel;   XmString	      DXmNhistoryboxLabel;    XmString
       DXmNhistoryLabel;    KeySym	      DXmNhistoryLabelMnem;   XmString
       DXmNhistoryLabelMnemCS;	 XmString	   DXmNkeywordLabel;	KeySym
       DXmNkeywordLabelMnem;  XmString	      DXmNkeywordLabelMnemCS; XmString
       DXmNkeywordsLabel; XmString	 DXmNlibrarySpec; unsigned int	 DXmN‐
       libraryType;  XmString	    DXmNnokeywordMessage; XmString	 DXmN‐
       notitleMessage; XmString	      DXmNnulllibMessage; XmString	  DXm‐
       NoverviewTopic;	int		DXmNrows; XmString	 DXmNsaveasLa‐
       bel; KeySym	   DXmNsaveasLabelMnem;	 XmString	 DXmNsaveasLa‐
       belMnemCS;      XmString		   DXmNsearchapplyLabel;      XmString
       DXmNsearchkeywordboxLabel;   XmString	     DXmNsearchLabel;	KeySym
       DXmNsearchLabelMnem;   XmString	      DXmNsearchLabelMnemCS;  XmString
       DXmNsearchtitleboxLabel;	 XmString	  DXmNselectallLabel;	KeySym
       DXmNselectallLabelMnem;	   XmString	     DXmNselectallLabelMnemCS;
       XmString		DXmNtitleLabel;	  KeySym	   DXmNtitleLabelMnem;
       XmString	       DXmNtitleLabelMnemCS;  XmString	      DXmNtitlesLabel;
       XmString	       DXmNtopictitlesLabel;   XmString		DXmNviewLabel;
       KeySym	       DXmNviewLabelMnem;  XmString	  DXmNviewLabelMnemCS;
       XmString	      DXmNvisitglosLabel; KeySym	  DXmNvisitglosLabelM‐
       nem; XmString	   DXmNvisitglosLabelMnemCS; XmString	    DXmNvisit‐
       Label; XmString	      DXmNvisittopicLabel;  KeySym	    DXmNvisit‐
       topicLabelMnem;	XmString	DXmNvisittopicLabelMnemCS; XtCallback‐
       List XmNmapCallback; XtCallbackList XmNunmapCallback;

   Resources
       The label indicating additional topics for help.	 The default is "Addi‐
       tional topics".	Access is CSG.	The application name to be used in the
       widget title bar.  The default is Null.	Access is  CSG.	  The  message
       displayed  when	a  frame could not be found.  The default is "Couldn't
       find frame  !CS".   Access  is  CSG.   The  message  displayed  when  a
       requested  library  could  not be found.	 The default is "Couldn't open
       library !CS".  Access  is  CSG.	 A  Boolean  resource  that  specifies
       whether	the  text  of  the help library is stored in the help widget's
       cache memory.  When True, the text is  stored  in  cache	 memory;  when
       False,  the  text is not stored in cache memory.	 The default is False.
       Access is CSG.  The label for the Exit push button in the  help	widget
       window.	 The default is "Exit".	 Access is CSG.	 The width, in charac‐
       ters, of the help text window.  The default is language dependent;  the
       American English default is 55.	Access is CSG.	The label for the Copy
       menu item in the Edit menu.  The default is  "Copy".   Access  is  CSG.
       Specifies  which	 key  the  user can press (instead of clicking MB1) to
       activate the Copy menu item in the Edit menu.   This  resource  defines
       the  key	 on the keyboard and visually identifies that key for the user
       by inserting an underscore (_) beneath the  designated  letter  in  the
       Copy menu label.	 The default is an underscore (_) inserted beneath the
       letter "C", with the corresponding key defined on the keyboard.	Access
       is  CG.	Establishes the character set used when identifying the letter
       in the Copy menu label that corresponds to the key the user  can	 press
       (as  defined  by	 the  DXmNcopyLabelMnem resource) to activate the Copy
       menu item.  The default character set is ISO8859-1.  Access is  CG.   A
       Boolean	resource that, when True, causes the core resources x and y to
       be ignored in favor of the default widget position.  The default widget
       position is centered in the parent window.  When False, the specified x
       and y resources are used to position the widget.	 The default is	 True.
       Access  is  CSG.	  The label for the push button used to dismiss a help
       widget dialog box (for example, Search History,	Search	Title,	Search
       Keyword	boxes).	  The default is "Dismiss".  Access is CSG.  The label
       for the Edit pull-down menu.  The default is "Edit".   Access  is  CSG.
       Specifies  which	 key  the  user can press (instead of clicking MB1) to
       activate the Edit pull-down menu.  This resource defines the key on the
       keyboard	 and visually identifies that key for the user by inserting an
       underscore (_) beneath the designated letter in the Edit pull-down menu
       label.	The  default  is an underscore (_) inserted beneath the letter
       "E", with the corresponding key defined on the keyboard.	 Access is CG.
       Establishes  the	 character set used when identifying the letter in the
       Edit pull-down menu label that corresponds to  the  key	the  user  can
       press  (as  defined  by the DXmNeditLabelMnem resource) to activate the
       Edit pull-down menu.  The default character set is  ISO8859-1.	Access
       is  CG.	The error message displayed when a file cannot be opened.  The
       default is "Error opening file !CS".  Access is CSG.  The label for the
       exit  menu  item	 in  the  File pull-down menu.	The default is "Exit".
       Access is CSG.  Specifies which key the	user  can  press  (instead  of
       clicking	 MB1)  to  activate  the  Exit menu item in the File pull-down
       menu.  This resource defines the key on the keyboard and visually iden‐
       tifies that key for the user by inserting an underscore (_) beneath the
       designated letter in the Exit menu label.  The default is an underscore
       (_) inserted beneath the letter "E", with the corresponding key defined
       on the keyboard.	 Access is CG.	Establishes  the  character  set  used
       when  identifying the letter in the Exit menu label that corresponds to
       the key the  user  can  press  (as  defined  by	the  DXmNexitLabelMnem
       resource)  to  activate	the Exit menu item in the File pull-down menu.
       The default character set is ISO8859-1.	Access is CG.  The  label  for
       the File pull-down menu.	 The default is "File".	 Access is CSG.	 Spec‐
       ifies which key the user can press (instead of clicking MB1)  to	 acti‐
       vate  the  File	pull-down  menu.  This resource defines the key on the
       keyboard and visually identifies that key for the user by inserting  an
       underscore (_) beneath the designated letter in the File pull-down menu
       label.  The default is an underscore (_) inserted  beneath  the	letter
       "F", with the corresponding key defined on the keyboard.	 Access is CG.
       Establishes the character set used when identifying the letter  in  the
       File  pull-down	menu  label  that  corresponds to the key the user can
       press (as defined by the DXmNfileLabelMnem resource)  to	 activate  the
       File  pull-down	menu.  The default character set is ISO8859-1.	Access
       is CG.  The first help topic to be displayed.   If  a  null  string  is
       passed,	a list of level one topics is displayed.  The default is Null.
       Access is CSG.  The application glossary topic.	If a  null  string  is
       provided,  the  Visit  Glossary	menu  item does not appear in the View
       pull-down menu.	The default is Null.  Access is CSG.   The  label  for
       the  Go	Back menu item in the View pull-down menu.  The default is "Go
       Back".  Access is CSG.  Specifies which key the user can press (instead
       of  clicking  MB1)  to activate the Go Back menu item in the View pull-
       down menu.  This resource defines the key on the keyboard and  visually
       identifies that key for the user by inserting an underscore (_) beneath
       the designated letter in the Go Back menu label.	  The  default	is  an
       underscore  (_) inserted beneath the letter "B", with the corresponding
       key defined on the keyboard.  Access is CG.  Establishes the  character
       set  used  when	identifying  the letter in the Go Back menu label that
       corresponds to the key the user can press (as defined by	 the  DXmNgob‐
       ackLabelMnem  resource)	to  activate the Go Back menu item in the View
       pull-down menu.	The default character set is ISO8859-1.	 Access is CG.
       The  label  for the Go Back push button in the help widget window.  The
       default is "Go Back".  Access is CSG.  The label for the Go To Overview
       item  in	 the  View  pull-down  menu.  The default is "Go To Overview".
       Access is CSG.  Specifies which key the	user  can  press  (instead  of
       clicking MB1) to activate the Go To Overview item in the View pull-down
       menu.  This resource defines the key on the keyboard and visually iden‐
       tifies that key for the user by inserting an underscore (_) beneath the
       designated letter in the Go To Overview menu label.  The default is  an
       underscore  (_) inserted beneath the letter "O", with the corresponding
       key defined on the keyboard.  Access is CG.  Establishes the  character
       set  used  when identifying the letter in the Go To Overview menu label
       that corresponds to the key the user can press (as defined by the DXmN‐
       gooverLabelMnem	resource)  to  activate the Go To Overview item in the
       View pull-down menu.  The default character set is  ISO8859-1.	Access
       is CG.  The label for the Go To push button in the help widget's dialog
       boxes.  The default is "Go To".	Access is CSG.	The label for  the  Go
       To  Topic  menu item in the View pull-down menu.	 The default is "Go To
       Topic".	Access is  CSG.	  Specifies  which  key	 the  user  can	 press
       (instead	 of clicking MB1) to activate the Go To Topic menu item in the
       View pull-down menu.  This resource defines the key on the keyboard and
       visually	 identifies  that  key for the user by inserting an underscore
       (_) beneath the designated letter in the Go To Topic menu  label.   The
       default	is an underscore (_) inserted beneath the letter "T", with the
       corresponding key defined on the keyboard.  Access is CG.   Establishes
       the  character  set used when identifying the letter in the Go To Topic
       menu label that corresponds to the key the user can press  (as  defined
       by  the	DXmNgototopicLabelMnem	resource)  to activate the Go To Topic
       menu item in the View pull-down menu.  The  default  character  set  is
       ISO8859-1.  Access is CG.  The label for the Acknowledge push button in
       the error message box.  The default is "OK".  Access is CSG.  The label
       for  the	 Overview  menu	 item  in  the Using Help pull-down menu.  The
       default is "On Window...".  Access is CSG.   Specifies  which  key  the
       user  can press (instead of clicking MB1) to activate the Overview menu
       item in the Using Help pull-down menu. This resource defines the key on
       the keyboard and visually identifies that key for the user by inserting
       an underscore (_) beneath the designated letter in  the	Overview  menu
       label.	The  default  is an underscore (_) inserted beneath the letter
       "W", with the corresponding key defined on the keyboard.	 Access is CG.
       Establishes  the	 character set used when identifying the letter in the
       Overview menu label that corresponds to the key the user can press  (as
       defined by the DXmNhelphelpLabelMnem resource) to activate the Overview
       menu item in the Using Help pull-down menu.  The default character  set
       is  ISO8859-1.	Access	is CG.	The label for the Help pull-down menu.
       The default is "Using Help".  Access is CSG.  Specifies which  key  the
       user can press (instead of clicking MB1) to activate the Help pull-down
       menu.  This resource defines the key on the keyboard and visually iden‐
       tifies that key for the user by inserting an underscore (_) beneath the
       designated letter in the Help pull-down menu label.  The default is  an
       underscore  (_) inserted beneath the letter "U", with the corresponding
       key defined on the keyboard.  Access is CG.  Establishes the  character
       set  used  when identifying the letter in the Help pull-down menu label
       that corresponds to the key the user can press (as defined by the DXmN‐
       helpLabelMnem  resource)	 to  activate  the  Help  pull-down menu.  The
       default character set is ISO8859-1.  Access is CG.  The label  for  the
       title  bar  in  the Help-on-Help help subwidget.	 The default is "Using
       Help".  Access is CSG.  The label for the help widget title bar used in
       conjunction  with  the  application  name.   The	 default is "Help On".
       Access is CSG.  The label for the help widget title bar when no	appli‐
       cation  name is specified.  The default is "Help".  Access is CSG.  The
       label for the history dialog box.  The default is  "Search  Topic  His‐
       tory".	Access	is CSG.	 The label for the History... menu item in the
       Search pull-down menu.  The default is "History...".   Access  is  CSG.
       Specifies  which	 key  the  user can press (instead of clicking MB1) to
       activate the History... menu item in the Search pull-down  menu.	  This
       resource	 defines  the key on the keyboard and visually identifies that
       key for the user by inserting an underscore (_) beneath the  designated
       letter  in the History... menu label.  The default is an underscore (_)
       inserted beneath the letter "H", with the corresponding key defined  on
       the  keyboard.	Access is CG.  Establishes the character set used when
       identifying the letter in the History... menu label that corresponds to
       the  key	 the  user  can	 press (as defined by the DXmNhistoryLabelMnem
       resource) to activate the History... menu item in the Search  pull-down
       menu.   The  default  character	set  is ISO8859-1.  Access is CG.  The
       label for the Keyword... menu item in the Search pull-down  menu.   The
       default	is "Keyword...".  Access is CSG.  Specifies which key the user
       can press (instead of clicking MB1) to  activate	 the  Keyword...  menu
       item  in	 the  Search pull-down menu.  This resource defines the key on
       the keyboard and visually identifies that key for the user by inserting
       an  underscore (_) beneath the designated letter in the Keyword... menu
       label.  The default is an underscore (_) inserted  beneath  the	letter
       "K", with the corresponding key defined on the keyboard.	 Access is CG.
       Establishes the character set used when identifying the letter  in  the
       Keyword...  menu	 label	that corresponds to the key the user can press
       (as defined by the DXmNkeywordLabelMnem resource) to activate the  Key‐
       word...	menu item in the Search pull-down menu.	 The default character
       set is ISO8859-1.  Access is CG.	 The label used in a Search Topic Key‐
       word  box  to identify the text entry field.  The default is "Keyword".
       Access is CSG.  A host system file specification	 that  identifies  the
       help  topic  library.  The default is Null.  Access is CG.  The type of
       help topic library specified by the DXmNlibrarySpec resource.  The pre‐
       defined	value  for this resource is DXmTextLibrary, which is a type of
       UNIX help directory.  Access is	CG.   The  message  displayed  when  a
       requested  keyword cannot be found.  The default is "Couldn't find key‐
       word !CS".  Access is CSG.  The	message	 displayed  when  a  requested
       title  cannot be found.	The default is "No title to match string !CS".
       Access is CSG.  The text for the message displayed when no library  has
       been specified.	The default is "No library specified".	Access is CSG.
       The application overview topic. The default is Null.   Access  is  CSG.
       Height,	in  characters,	 of the help text window.  The default is lan‐
       guage dependent; the American English default is 20.   Access  is  CSG.
       The  label  for	the  Save  As...  item	in a File pull-down menu.  The
       default is "Save As...".	 Access is CSG.	 Specifies which key the  user
       can  press (instead of clicking MB1) to activate the Save As... item in
       a File pull-down menu.  This resource defines the key on	 the  keyboard
       and  visually  identifies  that key for the user by inserting an under‐
       score (_) beneath the designated letter in the Save As...  menu	label.
       The  default is an underscore (_) inserted beneath the letter "A", with
       the corresponding key defined on the keyboard.  Access is  CG.	Estab‐
       lishes  the  character set used when identifying the letter in the Save
       As... menu label that corresponds to the key the	 user  can  press  (as
       defined by the DXmNsaveasLabelMnem resource) to activate the Save As...
       item in a File pull-down menu.  The default character set is ISO8859-1.
       Access  is CG.  The label for the push button used to initiate a search
       action in a Search dialog box.  The default is "Apply".	Access is CSG.
       The  label  for	a  Search  Topic  Keywords dialog box.	The default is
       "Search Topic Keywords".	 Access is CSG.	  The  label  for  the	Search
       pull-down  menu.	  The  default is "Search".  Access is CSG.  Specifies
       which key the user can press (instead of clicking MB1) to activate  the
       Search  pull-down  menu.	 This resource defines the key on the keyboard
       and visually identifies that key for the user by	 inserting  an	under‐
       score  (_)  beneath  the designated letter in the Search pull-down menu
       label.  The default is an underscore (_) inserted  beneath  the	letter
       "S", with the corresponding key defined on the keyboard.	 Access is CG.
       Establishes the character set used when identifying the letter  in  the
       Search  pull-down  menu	label that corresponds to the key the user can
       press (as defined by the DXmNsearchLabelMnem resource) to activate  the
       Search pull-down menu.  The default character set is ISO8859-1.	Access
       is CG.  The title of a Search Topic Titles box.	The default is "Search
       Topic  Titles".	 Access	 is CSG.  The label for the Select All item on
       the Edit pull-down menu.	 The default is "Select All".  Access is  CSG.
       Specifies  which	 key  the  user can press (instead of clicking MB1) to
       activate the Select All item on the Edit pull-down menu.	 This resource
       defines	the  key  on the keyboard and visually identifies that key for
       the user by inserting an underscore (_) beneath the  designated	letter
       in  the	Select	All  menu  label.   The	 default  is an underscore (_)
       inserted beneath the letter "S", with the corresponding key defined  on
       the  keyboard.	Access is CG.  Establishes the character set used when
       identifying the letter in the Select All menu label that corresponds to
       the  key	 the  user  can	 press	(as defined by the DXmNselectLabelMnem
       resource) to activate the Select All item on the Edit  pull-down	 menu.
       The  default  character set is ISO8859-1.  Access is CG.	 The label for
       the Title... item  in  the  Search  pull-down  menu.   The  default  is
       "Title...".   Access  is	 CSG.	Specifies which key the user can press
       (instead of clicking MB1) to activate the Title... item in  the	Search
       pull-down  menu. This resource defines the key on the keyboard and vis‐
       ually identifies that key for the user by inserting an  underscore  (_)
       beneath	the designated letter in the Title... menu label.  The default
       is an underscore (_) inserted beneath the letter "T", with  the	corre‐
       sponding	 key  defined on the keyboard.	Access is CG.  Establishes the
       character set used when identifying the letter  in  the	Title...  menu
       label that corresponds to the key the user can press (as defined by the
       DXmNtitleLabelMnem resource) to	activate  the  Title...	 item  in  the
       Search pull-down menu.  The default character set is ISO8859-1.	Access
       is CG.  The label identifying the text entry field on the Search	 Topic
       Titles box.  The default is "Title".  Access is CSG.  The label used to
       identify topics found as a result of a title search in a	 Search	 Topic
       Titles  box.  The default is "Topic Titles".  Access is CSG.  The label
       for the View menu.  The default is "View".  Access is  CSG.   Specifies
       which  key the user can press (instead of clicking MB1) to activate the
       View menu.  This resource defines the key on the keyboard and  visually
       identifies that key for the user by inserting an underscore (_) beneath
       the designated letter in the View menu label.  The default is an under‐
       score  (_)  inserted beneath the letter "V", with the corresponding key
       defined on the keyboard.	 Access is CG.	Establishes the character  set
       used  when  identifying	the  letter in the View menu label that corre‐
       sponds to the key the user can press (as defined by the DXmNviewLabelM‐
       nem  resource) to activate the View menu.  The default character set is
       ISO8859-1.  Access is CG.  The label for the Visit Glossary item in the
       View  pull-down	menu. The default is "Visit Glossary".	Access is CSG.
       Specifies which key the user can press (instead	of  clicking  MB1)  to
       activate	 the  Visit  Glossary  item  in the View pull-down menu.  This
       resource defines the key on the keyboard and visually  identifies  that
       key  for the user by inserting an underscore (_) beneath the designated
       letter in the Visit Glossary menu label.	 The default is an  underscore
       (_) inserted beneath the letter "G", with the corresponding key defined
       on the keyboard.	 Access is CG.	Establishes  the  character  set  used
       when  identifying the letter in the Visit Glossary menu label that cor‐
       responds to the key the user can press (as defined  by  the  DXmNvisit‐
       glosLabelMnem resource) to activate the Visit Glossary item in the View
       pull-down menu.	The default character set is ISO8859-1.	 Access is CG.
       The  label for the Visit push button in the help widget's dialog boxes.
       The default is "Visit".	Access is CSG.	The label for the Visit	 Topic
       menu  item  in  the  View pull-down menu. The default is "Visit Topic".
       Access is CSG.  Specifies which key the	user  can  press  (instead  of
       clicking	 MB1)  to activate the Visit Topic menu item in the View pull-
       down menu.  This resource defines the key on the keyboard and  visually
       identifies that key for the user by inserting an underscore (_) beneath
       the designated letter in the Visit Topic menu label.  The default is an
       underscore  (_) inserted beneath the letter "V", with the corresponding
       key defined on the keyboard.  Access is CG.  Establishes the  character
       set used when identifying the letter in the Visit Topic menu label that
       corresponds to the key the user can press (as defined by the DXmNvisit‐
       topicLabelMnem  resource)  to activate the Visit Topic menu item in the
       View pull-down menu.  The default character set is  ISO8859-1.	Access
       is  CSG.	  Callback (or callbacks) made when the help widget is mapped.
       The callback reason is XmCR_MAP.	 The default is Null.	Access	is  C.
       Callback	 (or  callbacks)  made	when  the help widget is unmapped. The
       callback reason is XmCR_UNMAP.  The default is Null.  Access is C.

   Resource Information
       The resources XmNwidth and XmNheight are supported differently by  DXm‐
       CreateHelpDialog	 in that they cannot be set by the caller.  These val‐
       ues are calculated by the widget, based on the size of the text	window
       (XmNcols and XmNrows).

   Resource Information
       typedef struct {
	     int     reason;
	     XEvent  *event; } XmAnyCallbackStruct;

       Callback Field Descriptions

       An  integer  set to the callback reason.	 See the Callback Reasons sec‐
       tion for the values that are valid for this widget.  A pointer to the X
       event structure describing the event that generated this callback.

   Callback Reasons
       The help window was just mapped.	 The help window was just unmapped.

   Resource Information
       The help widget does not support children.

   Resizing
       The help widget sizes itself at creation, based on XmNrows and XmNcols.

   Resizing
   Inherited Resources
       DXmCreateHelpDialog inherits behaviour and resources from the following
       superclasses:

       Core Resource Set Composite Resource Set Constraint Resource Set XmMan‐
       ager Resource Set DXmHelpDialog Resource Set

RETURN VALUES
       The identifier (widget ID) of the created Help widget.

						       DXmCreateHelpDialog(3X)
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