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DXmSvnGetHighlighted(3X)			      DXmSvnGetHighlighted(3X)

       DXmSvnGetHighlighted  - Retrieves (returns) a list of entries currently
       highlighted by the user.

       void DXmSvnGetHighlighted (widget, entries, tags, len)
	     Widget	   widget;
	     int	   *entries();
	     XtPointer	   *tags();
	     int	   len;

       The identifier (widget ID) of the SVN widget.  A pointer to an array of
       integers	 to  receive  the  highlighted entry numbers.  A pointer to an
       array of longwords to receive the  application's	 entry_tag  value  for
       each  highlighted  entry.  If tags are not required, a null pointer may
       be passed.  An integer that represents the number of entries  allocated
       in the provided array.

       The  DXmSvnGetHighlighted  routine  returns  a list of entries that are
       currently highlighted by the user.  Make this call in your  application
       between calls to DXmSvnDisableDisplay and DXmSvnEnableDisplay to ensure
       that the highlighted list is not changing.

	      The application is responsible for managing the memory  used  to
	      return  this list of highlighted entries. As such, note the fol‐
	      lowing: At the minimum, the  number  of  entries	in  the	 array
	      should  be capable of holding the number of entries indicated by
	      the value returned from the DXmSvnGetNumHighlighted routine.  If
	      there  are  more	entries in the array than the application will
	      need, the SVN widget will set the value for those extra  entries
	      to  0.   If  the	capacity of the arrays passed is less than the
	      number of selected entries, only the number of entries allocated
	      in the provided array (the value for len) will be returned.


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