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DtWsmSetWorkspacesOccupied(library calDtWsmSetWorkspacesOccupied(library call)

       DtWsmSetWorkspacesOccupied  —  set  the	workspaces  in	which a window

       #include <Dt/Wsm.h>
       void DtWsmSetWorkspacesOccupied(
       Display *display,
       Window window,
       Atom *paWorkspaces,
       int numWs);

       The DtWsmSetWorkspacesOccupied function works with  the	CDE  workspace
       manager, dtwm(1), and puts a window into a set of workspaces.

       The display argument is the X display.

       The  window  argument  is  the  window  to  be  put  into  this	set of

       The paWorkspaces argument points to a list  of  workspace  names	 (con‐
       verted to X atoms); the CDE workspace manager, dtwm(1), places the win‐
       dow into these workspaces.

       The numWs argument is the number of elements in the list of workspaces.

       The DtWsmSetWorkspacesOccupied function does not validate the  list  of
       requested workspaces.  The workspace manager ignores invalid workspaces
       in the list.

       Calling the DtWsmSetWorkspacesOccupied function overrides the effect of
       the DtWsmOccupyAllWorkspaces function.

       The DtWsmSetWorkspacesOccupied function returns no value.

       dtwm(1), Dt/Wsm.h - DtWsm(5).

				      DtWsmSetWorkspacesOccupied(library call)

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