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MrmFetchColorLiteral(3X)	   OSF/Motif	      MrmFetchColorLiteral(3X)

       MrmFetchColorLiteral - Fetches a named color literal from a UID file

       #include <Mrm/MrmPublic.h>

       int MrmFetchColorLiteral(hierarchy_id, index, display,
				colormap_id,  pixel)	   MrmHierarchyhierar‐
       chy_id;	      String	index;	      Display	*display;	  Col‐
       ormap  colormap_id;	Pixel	  *pixel;

       The  MrmFetchColorLiteral function fetches a named color literal from a
       UID file, and converts the color literal to a pixel color value.	 Spec‐
       ifies  the ID of the UID hierarchy that contains the specified literal.
       The hierarchy_id was returned in a previous call	 to  MrmOpenHierarchy‐
       PerDisplay.  Specifies the UIL name of the color literal to fetch.  You
       must define this name in UIL as an exported value.  Specifies the  dis‐
       play  used  for the pixmap.  The display argument specifies the connec‐
       tion to the X server.  For more information on the  Display  structure,
       see the Xlib function XOpenDisplay.  Specifies the ID of the color map.
       If NULL, the default color map is used.	Returns the ID	of  the	 color

       This  function  returns one of these status return constants: The func‐
       tion executed successfully.  The hierarchy ID was invalid.   The	 color
       literal	was  not  found	 in the UIL file.  The caller tried to fetch a
       literal of a type not supported by this function.  The function failed.

       MrmFetchBitmapLiteral(3X), MrmOpenHierarchyPerDisplay(3X), Mrm‐
       FetchIconLiteral(3X), MrmFetchLiteral(3X), and XOpenDisplay(3X11).


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