XmStringNConcat (3) - Linux Manuals
XmStringNConcat: A compound string function that appends a specified number of bytes to a compound string
NAMEXmStringNConcat --- A compound string function that appends a specified number of bytes to a compound string
#include <Xm/Xm.h> XmString XmStringNConcat( XmString s1, XmString s2, int num_bytes);
This function is obsolete and exists for compatibility with previous releases. It is replaced by XmStringConcat. XmStringNConcat appends a specified number of bytes from s2 to the end of s1, including tags, directional indicators, and separators. It then returns the resulting compound string. The original strings are preserved. The function allocates space for the resulting compound string. The application is responsible for managing the allocated space. The application can recover the allocated space by calling XmStringFree.
- Specifies the compound string to which a copy of s2 is appended.
- Specifies the compound string that is appended to the end of s1.
- Specifies the number of bytes of s2 to append to s1. If this value is less than the length of s2, as many bytes as possible, but possibly fewer than this value, will be appended to s1 such that the resulting string is still a valid compound string.