XmStringUnparse looks in the input string for text segments that are tagged with locale or charset tags that match tag. The tag_type parameter specifies whether the tag is a locale or charset type. If tag has a value of NULL, all the segments are matched. When a text segment is found with a matching tag, it is added to the end of a resulting string. The characters in the resulting string are of type output_type.
XmStringUnparse also checks string for components that match components in parse_table, and also to see if the component matches the condition specified by parse_model. If the string component matches in both checks, then the associated character is added to the end of the resulting string.
- Specifies the XmString to be converted.
- Specifies the tag to be used in matching with text segments. Only text segments that match tag will be included in the resulting string. If tag has a value of NULL, all segments are considered as matches, and tag_type is ignored.
- Specifies the type of tag to be searched for, including XmMULTIBYTE_TEXT, XmWIDECHAR_TEXT, and XmCHARSET_TEXT.
- Specifies the type of text to be returned in the string, including XmMULTIBYTE_TEXT, XmWIDECHAR_TEXT, and XmCHARSET_TEXT.
- Specifies the parse table to be used in scanning for compound string components to be converted to other characters.
- Specifies how many entries are in parse_table.
Specifies which non-text components to be considered in matching in
parse_table. These include:
- Puts out all matching components.
- Puts out only those matching components that are between two matching text components.
- Puts out only those matching components that are at the beginning of a matching text component.
- Puts out only those matching components that are at the end of a matching text component.
- Puts out only those matching components that are at the beginning or end of a matching text component.
Returns a newly allocated string containing characters of a type determined by output_type. The application is responsible for managing this allocated space. The application can recover this allocated space by calling XtFree.