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XtConfigureWidget()					   XtConfigureWidget()

  XtConfigureWidget - move and/or resize widget.

  void XtConfigureWidget(w, x, y, width, height, border_width)
	 Widget w;
	 Position x;
	 Position y;
	 Dimension width;
	 Dimension height;
	 Dimension border_width;

  w	    Specifies  the  widget;  must be of class RectObj or any sub‐
	    class thereof.

  x, y	    Specify the widget's new x and y coordinates.

  width, height, border_width
	    Specify the widget's new dimensions.

  XtConfigureWidget() sets the size and position of a widget.  If the new
  size	and  position  are  the	 same  as the widget's current values, it
  returns immediately.	Otherwise XtConfigureWidget() writes the  new  x,
  y,  width,  height, and border_width values into instance fields of the
  object and, if the object is a widget and is realized,  calls	 XConfig‐
  ureWindow() on the widget's window.

  If  either  the  new	width or the new height is different from its old
  value, XtConfigureWidget() calls the widget's resize() method to notify
  it of the size change.

  XtConfigureWidget()  should  be  used only by a parent widget on one of
  its children widget.	If you want to set a widget size or position from
  an  application, use XtSetValues() to set the XtNx, XtNy, XtNwidth, and
  XtNheight resources.	If widget wants to change its own size	or  loca‐
  tion, it must use XtMakeGeometryRequest().

  XtResizeWidget()  and XtMoveWidget() are similar to XtConfigureWidget()
  but are simpler for the cases when you need only to resize or	 only  to
  move a widget.

See Also
  XtMakeGeometryRequest(1), XtMakeResizeRequest(1), XtMoveWidget(1),

Xt - Geometry Management				   XtConfigureWidget()

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