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2021-12-01
17:15
Merge 8.6 Leaf check-in: b45e93d7 user: jan.nijtmans tags: cygwin
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Merge 8.6 Leaf check-in: 04111b8f user: jan.nijtmans tags: trunk, main
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Fix gcc warning. Add some more type-casts Leaf check-in: bb01c15c user: jan.nijtmans tags: core-8-6-branch
10:56
Drop executable flag fromo win/tkUuid.h.in check-in: 819e13a8 user: jan.nijtmans tags: core-8-6-branch
2020-10-27
07:08
Rename "trunk" to "main". Add "trunk" propagating tag for backwards compatibility check-in: 0f77b70d user: jan.nijtmans tags: trunk, main
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Merge 8.6 Closed-Leaf check-in: 32a9cba0 user: marc_culler tags: trunk
2020-10-26
08:58
Merge 8.6 check-in: 88e0ce57 user: jan.nijtmans tags: trunk
2020-10-25
20:11
Adjustment for Sierra. Closed-Leaf check-in: 77a51c32 user: culler tags: bug-5cc72e002c

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Important Note
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Please do not file issues with Tk on Github. They are unlikely to be noticed in a timely fashion. Tk issues are hosted in the [tk fossil repository on core.tcl-lang.org](https://core.tcl-lang.org/tk/tktnew); please post them there.

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Important Note
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Please do not file pull requests with Tk on Github. They are unlikely to be noticed in a timely fashion. Tk issues (including patches) are hosted in the [tk fossil repository on core.tcl-lang.org](https://core.tcl-lang.org/tk/tktnew); please post them there.

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name: Linux
on: [push]
defaults:
  run:
    shell: bash
    working-directory: tk/unix
env:
  ERROR_ON_FAILURES: 1
jobs:
  build:
    runs-on: ubuntu-20.04
    strategy:
      matrix:
        compiler:
          - "gcc"
          - "clang"
        symbols:
          - "no"
          - "mem"
        disables:
          - ""
          - "--disable-shared"
          - "--disable-xft"
          - "--disable-xss"
    steps:
      - name: Checkout
        uses: actions/[email protected]
        with:
          path: tk
      - name: Checkout Tcl
        uses: actions/[email protected]
        with:
          repository: tcltk/tcl
          ref: core-8-6-branch
          path: tcl
      - name: Setup Environment (compiler=${{ matrix.compiler }})
        run: |
          sudo apt-get install tcl8.6-dev libxss-dev
          mkdir "$HOME/install dir"
          touch tk/doc/man.macros tk/generic/tkStubInit.c
          echo "CFGOPT=$CFGOPT --with-tcl=/usr/lib/tcl8.6" >> $GITHUB_ENV
          echo "CC=$COMPILER" >> $GITHUB_ENV
          echo "TOOL_DIR=$(cd tcl/tools;pwd)" >> $GITHUB_ENV
          echo "BUILD_CONFIG_ID=$OPTS" >> $GITHUB_ENV
        working-directory: "."
        env:
          CFGOPT: --enable-symbols=${{ matrix.symbols }} ${{ matrix.disables }}
          COMPILER: ${{ matrix.compiler }}
          OPTS: ${{ matrix.compiler }}-${{ matrix.symbols }}${{ matrix.disables }}
      - name: Configure (symbols=${{ matrix.symbols }} opts=${{ matrix.disables }})
        run: |
          ./configure $CFGOPT "--prefix=$HOME/install dir" || {
            cat config.log
            echo "::error::Failure during Configure"
            exit 1
          }
      - name: Build
        run: |
          make binaries libraries || {
            echo "::error::Failure during Build"
            exit 1
          }
      - name: Build Test Harness
        run: |
          make tktest || {
            echo "::error::Failure during Build"
            exit 1
          }
      - name: Test-Drive Installation
        run: |
          make install || {
            echo "::error::Failure during Install"
            exit 1
          }
      - name: Create Distribution Package
        run: |
          make dist || {
            echo "::error::Failure during Distribute"
            exit 1
          }
      - name: Convert Documentation to HTML
        run: |
          make html-tk TOOL_DIR=$TOOL_DIR || {
            echo "::error::Failure during Distribute"
            exit 1
          }
      - name: Discover Version ID
        if: ${{ env.BUILD_CONFIG_ID == 'gcc-no' }}
        run: |
          cd /tmp/dist
          echo "VERSION=`ls -d tk* | sed 's/tk//'`" >> $GITHUB_ENV
      - name: Upload Source Distribution
        if: ${{ env.BUILD_CONFIG_ID == 'gcc-no' }}
        uses: actions/[email protected]
        with:
          name: Tk ${{ env.VERSION }} Source distribution (snapshot)
          path: |
            /tmp/dist/tk*
            !/tmp/dist/tk*/html/**
      - name: Upload Documentation Distribution
        if: ${{ env.BUILD_CONFIG_ID == 'gcc-no' }}
        uses: actions/[email protected]
        with:
          name: Tk ${{ env.VERSION }} HTML documentation (snapshot)
          path: /tmp/dist/tk*/html
  test:
    runs-on: ubuntu-20.04
    strategy:
      matrix:
        compiler:
          - "gcc"
        symbols:
          - "no"
          - "mem"
    steps:
      - name: Checkout
        uses: actions/[email protected]
        with:
          path: tk
      - name: Setup Environment (compiler=${{ matrix.compiler }})
        run: |
          sudo apt-get install tcl8.6-dev libxss-dev xvfb
          mkdir "$HOME/install dir"
          touch tk/doc/man.macros tk/generic/tkStubInit.c
          echo "CFGOPT=$CFGOPT --with-tcl=/usr/lib/tcl8.6" >> $GITHUB_ENV
          echo "CC=$COMPILER" >> $GITHUB_ENV
        working-directory: "."
        env:
          CFGOPT: --enable-symbols=${{ matrix.symbols }}
          COMPILER: ${{ matrix.compiler }}
      - name: Configure (symbols=${{ matrix.symbols }})
        run: |
          ./configure $CFGOPT "--prefix=$HOME/install dir" || {
            cat config.log
            echo "::error::Failure during Configure"
            exit 1
          }
      - name: Build
        run: |
          make binaries libraries tktest || {
            echo "::error::Failure during Build"
            exit 1
          }
      - name: Run Tests
        run: |
          xvfb-run --auto-servernum make test-classic | tee out-classic.txt
          xvfb-run --auto-servernum make test-ttk | tee out-ttk.txt
          grep -q "Failed	0" out-classic.txt || {
            echo "::error::Failure during Test"
            exit 1
          }
          grep -q "Failed	0" out-ttk.txt || {
            echo "::error::Failure during Test"
            exit 1
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on: [push]
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  ERROR_ON_FAILURES: 1
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  xcode:
    runs-on: macos-11
    defaults:
      run:
        shell: bash
        working-directory: tk/macosx
    steps:
      - name: Check out Tk
        uses: actions/[email protected]
        with:
          path: tk
      - name: Check out Tcl
        uses: actions/[email protected]
        with:
          repository: tcltk/tcl
          ref: core-8-6-branch
          path: tcl
      - name: Prepare checked out repositories
        run: |
          touch tk/generic/tkStubInit.c
          mkdir build
          echo "BUILD_DIR=`cd build && pwd`" >> $GITHUB_ENV
          echo "DESTDIR=`cd build && pwd`" >> $GITHUB_ENV
        working-directory: .
      - name: Build Tcl
        run: |
          make all
        working-directory: tcl/macosx
      - name: Build
        run: |
          make all install || {
            echo "::error::Failure during Build"
            exit 1
          }
      - name: Run Tests
        run: |
          make test | tee out.txt
          nmatches=$( grep -c "Failed	0" out.txt )
          if [ $nmatches -lt 4 ]
          then
            echo "::error::Failure during Test"
            exit 1
          fi
  clang:
    runs-on: macos-11
    strategy:
      matrix:
        symbols:
          - 'no'
          - 'mem'
        options:
          - '--enable-aqua'
          - '--disable-aqua'
    defaults:
      run:
        shell: bash
        working-directory: tk/unix
    steps:
      - name: Check out Tk
        uses: actions/[email protected]
        with:
          path: tk
      - name: Check out Tcl
        uses: actions/[email protected]
        with:
          repository: tcltk/tcl
          ref: core-8-6-branch
          path: tcl
      - name: Prepare checked out repositories
        env:
          SET_DISPLAY: ${{ contains(matrix.options, '--disable-aqua') }}
        run: |
          touch ../generic/tkStubInit.c ../doc/man.macros
          mkdir "$HOME/install dir"
          echo "USE_XVFB=$SET_DISPLAY" >> $GITHUB_ENV
      - name: Add X11 (if required)
        if: ${{ env.USE_XVFB == 'true' }}
        run: |
          brew install --cask xquartz
          sudo /opt/X11/libexec/privileged_startx || true
        working-directory: .
      - name: Build Tcl
        # Note that macOS is always a 64 bit platform
        run: |
          ./configure --enable-64bit ${CFGOPT} "--prefix=$HOME/install dir" || {
            cat config.log
            echo "::error::Failure during Tcl Configure"
            exit 1
          }
          make all || {
            echo "::error::Failure during Tcl Build"
            exit 1
          }
          make install || {
            echo "::error::Failure during Tcl Install"
            exit 1
          }
        working-directory: tcl/unix
        env:
          CFGOPT: --enable-symbols=${{ matrix.symbols }}
      - name: Configure (symbols=${{ matrix.symbols }} ${{matrix.options }})
        # Note that macOS is always a 64 bit platform
        run: |
          ./configure --enable-64bit ${CFGOPT} "--prefix=$HOME/install dir" || {
            cat config.log
            echo "::error::Failure during Configure"
            exit 1
          }
        env:
          CFGOPT: --enable-symbols=${{ matrix.symbols }} ${{matrix.options }}
      - name: Build
        run: |
          make binaries libraries tktest || {
            echo "::error::Failure during Build"
            exit 1
          }
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        run: |
          if [ $USE_XVFB == true ]; then
            function runXvfb {
              PATH=$PATH:/opt/X11/bin
              Xvfb $1 &
              XVFB_PID=$!
              echo Launched Xvfb $1 as process $XVFB_PID >&2
              trap "echo killing process $XVFB_PID... >&2; kill $XVFB_PID" 0
              export DISPLAY=$1
              sleep 2
            }
          else
            function runXvfb {
              echo Xvfb not used, this is a --enable-aqua build
            }
          fi
          ( runXvfb :0; make test-classic; exit $? ) | tee out-classic.txt || {
            echo "::error::Failure during Test (classic)"
            exit 1
          }
          ( runXvfb :0; make test-ttk; exit $? ) | tee out-ttk.txt || {
            echo "::error::Failure during Test (ttk)"
            exit 1
          }
          cat out-classic.txt | grep -q "Failed	0" || {
            echo "::error::Failure in classic test results"
            exit 1
          }
          cat out-ttk.txt | grep -q "Failed	0" || {
            echo "::error::Failure in ttk test results"
            exit 1
          }
      - name: Carry out trial installation
        run: |
          make install || {
            cat config.log
            echo "::error::Failure during Install"
            exit 1
          }

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on: [push]
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  ERROR_ON_FAILURES: 1
jobs:
  msvc:
    runs-on: windows-2019
    defaults:
      run:
        shell: powershell
        working-directory: tk/win
    # Using powershell means we need to explicitly stop on failure
    steps:
      - name: Checkout
        uses: actions/[email protected]2
        with:
          path: tk
      - name: Checkout
        uses: actions/[email protected]
        with:
          repository: tcltk/tcl
          ref: core-8-6-branch
          path: tcl
      - name: Init MSVC
        uses: ilammy/[email protected]
      - name: Make Install Location
        working-directory: tcl
        run: |
          echo "TCLDIR=`pwd`" >> $GITHUB_ENV
          cd ..
          mkdir install
          cd install
          echo "INSTALLDIR=`pwd`" >> $GITHUB_ENV
      - name: Build Tcl
        run: |
          &nmake -f makefile.vc release install
          if ($lastexitcode -ne 0) {
             throw "nmake exit code: $lastexitcode"
          }
        working-directory: tcl/win
      - name: Build
        run: |
          &nmake -f makefile.vc all
          if ($lastexitcode -ne 0) {
             throw "nmake exit code: $lastexitcode"
          }
      - name: Build Test Harness
        run: |
          &nmake -f makefile.vc tktest
          if ($lastexitcode -ne 0) {
             throw "nmake exit code: $lastexitcode"
          }
      - name: Run Tests
        run: |
          nmake -f makefile.vc test-classic | tee out-classic.txt || {
            echo "::error::Failure during Test"
            exit 1
          }
          nmake -f makefile.vc test-ttk | tee out-ttk.txt || {
            echo "::error::Failure during Test"
            exit 1
          }
          grep -q "Failed	0" out-classic.txt || {
            echo "::error::Failure during Test"
            exit 1
          }
          grep -q "Failed	0" out-ttk.txt || {
            echo "::error::Failure during Test"
            exit 1
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      - name: Build Help
        run: |
          &nmake -f makefile.vc htmlhelp
          if ($lastexitcode -ne 0) {
             throw "nmake exit code: $lastexitcode"
          }
      - name: Install
        run: |
          &nmake -f makefile.vc install
          if ($lastexitcode -ne 0) {
             throw "nmake exit code: $lastexitcode"
          }
  gcc:
    runs-on: windows-2019
    defaults:
      run:
        shell: msys2 {0}
        working-directory: win
    strategy:
      matrix:
        symbols:
          - "no"
          - "mem"
          - "all"
    steps:
      - name: Install MSYS2
        uses: msys2/[email protected]
        with:
          msystem: MINGW64
          install: git mingw-w64-x86_64-toolchain make
      - name: Checkout
        uses: actions/[email protected]
      - name: Checkout
        uses: actions/[email protected]
        with:
          repository: tcltk/tcl
          ref: core-8-6-branch
          path: tcl
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        run: |
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          touch "${HOME}/forWinDialog-5.12.7"
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            echo "::warning::Failure during Tcl Configure"
            exit 1
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            exit 1
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        working-directory: tcl/win
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            cat config.log
            echo "::error::Failure during Configure"
            exit 1
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        run: |
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            echo "::error::Failure during Build"
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        run: |
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          make test-ttk | tee out-ttk.txt
          grep -q "Failed	0" out-classic.txt || {
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      dist: focal
      services:
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      env:
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        - make install
        - make test-classic >out-classic.txt
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      dist: focal
      services:
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      install:
        - ./configure ${CFGOPT} "--prefix=$HOME" || (cat config.log && exit 1)
      script: &mactest
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      os: osx
      osx_image: xcode12
      env:
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        - CFGOPT="--with-tcl=/usr/local/opt/tcl-tk/lib --enable-aqua --disable-shared CFLAGS=-I/usr/local/opt/tcl-tk/include"
      install:
        - ./configure ${CFGOPT} "--prefix=$HOME" || (cat config.log && exit 1)
      script: *mactest
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      os: osx
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      env:
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      install:
        - ./configure ${CFGOPT} "--prefix=$HOME" || (cat config.log && exit 1)
      script: *mactest
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      os: osx
      osx_image: xcode12
      env:
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      install:
        - ./configure ${CFGOPT} "--prefix=$HOME" || (cat config.log && exit 1)
      script: *mactest
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      os: osx
      osx_image: xcode11.7
      env:
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      install:
        - ./configure ${CFGOPT} "--prefix=$HOME" || (cat config.log && exit 1)
      script: *mactest
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          packages:
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      env:
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      os: osx
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        homebrew:
          packages:
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      env:
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	* generic/tkObj.c (GetPixelsFromObjEx): [Bug 3431491]: Use a bit of
	type hackery to allow numbers to be interpreted as coordinates (most
	notably on a canvas) without reinterpreting via a string.

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	* generic/tkInt.h:	[Bug 3410609]: Change the event mechanism
	* unix/tkUnixEvent.c:	for <Key> events to use the keysym
	* unix/tkUnixKey.c:	returned by XLookupString in preference to
	the one that appears in the raw X event at any level. This change
	allows binding to ISO_Level3_Shift-ed characters, composed characters,
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	* generic/tkInt.h:	[Bug 3410609]: Change the event mechanism
	* unix/tkUnixEvent.c:	for <KeyPress> events to use the keysym
	* unix/tkUnixKey.c:	returned by XLookupString in preference to
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	* doc/wish.1:		Bring doc and demos in line with
	* library/demos/hello:	http://wiki.tcl.tk/812
	* library/demos/rmt
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	which way a column is being sorted. Corrected determination of which
	fonts to use for measurements.

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	* doc/wish.1:		Bring doc and demos in line with
	* library/demos/hello:	https://wiki.tcl-lang.org/page/exec+magic
	* library/demos/rmt
	* library/demos/square
	* library/demos/tcolor
	* library/demos/timer
	* library/demos/widget
	* win/tkWinMenu.c:	Eliminate a few compiler warnings on mingw
	* win/ttkWinXPTheme.c:	Spacing
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	* doc/canvas.n, doc/listbox.n, doc/message.n: [Bug 1882495]: Fix
	erroneous listing of "standard" options.

2008-01-29  Joe English  <[email protected]>

	* library/treeview.tcl: Fix bug in Shift-Button-1 binding (error
	if no current focus item; reported on c.l.t.)

2008-01-29  Donal K. Fellows  <[email protected]>

	* doc/ttk_*.n: [Bug 1876493]: Adjusted handling of the standard
	options part of the Ttk manual pages so that they are documented in
	the correct location.






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	* doc/canvas.n, doc/listbox.n, doc/message.n: [Bug 1882495]: Fix
	erroneous listing of "standard" options.

2008-01-29  Joe English  <[email protected]>

	* library/treeview.tcl: Fix bug in Shift-ButtonPress-1 binding (error
	if no current focus item; reported on c.l.t.)

2008-01-29  Donal K. Fellows  <[email protected]>

	* doc/ttk_*.n: [Bug 1876493]: Adjusted handling of the standard
	options part of the Ttk manual pages so that they are documented in
	the correct location.

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	was redundant.

	* unix/tkUnixWm.c (CreateWrapper): Removed redundat setting of
	inputContext to null.

	* win/Makefile.in: changed gdb and shell targets to properly build
	all binaries before running (otherwise an error often occurred).

2002-03-28  David Gravereaux <[email protected]>

	* win/.cvsignore (new):
	* win/lamp.bmp (new):
	* win/makefile.vc:
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	inputContext to null.

	* win/Makefile.in: changed gdb and shell targets to properly build
	all binaries before running (otherwise an error often occured).

2002-03-28  David Gravereaux <[email protected]>

	* win/.cvsignore (new):
	* win/lamp.bmp (new):
	* win/makefile.vc:
	* win/nmakehlp.c (new):

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	default canvas origin. [Bug 956681]

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	* generic/tkEvent.c: TK_XIM_SPOT preprocessor usage was modified
	slightly to fix a bug that occurred when TK_XIM_SPOT was defined as 0.
	Thanks to Joe Mistachkin for reporting this bug.

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	TIP#158 IMPLEMENTATION

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	* generic/tkEvent.c: TK_XIM_SPOT preprocessor usage was modified
	slightly to fix a bug that occured when TK_XIM_SPOT was defined as 0.
	Thanks to Joe Mistachkin for reporting this bug.

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	* doc/wish.n: Added language to describe the handling of the
	end-of-file character \x1A in script files. [Bug 685505]

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	* macosx/tkMacOSXCursor.c (TkMacOSXInstallCursor): Set all theme
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	* doc/wish.n: Added language to describe the handling of the
	end-of-file character \u001a in script files. [Bug 685505]

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	* macosx/tkMacOSXCursor.c (TkMacOSXInstallCursor): Set all theme
	cursors using SetThemeCursor or SetAnimatedThemeCursors.
	(TkGetCursorByName): Use the theme cursors for arrow, ibeam, etc. Allow
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# README:  Tk

This is the **Tk 8.7a4** source distribution.

You can get any source release of Tk from [our distribution
site](https://sourceforge.net/projects/tcl/files/Tcl/).





## <a id="intro">1.</a> Introduction

This directory contains the sources and documentation for Tk, a
cross-platform GUI toolkit implemented with the Tcl scripting language.

For details on features, incompatibilities, and potential problems with
this release, see [the Tcl/Tk 8.7 Web page](https://www.tcl.tk/software/tcltk/8.7.html)
or refer to the "changes" file in this directory, which contains a
historical record of all changes to Tk.

Tk is maintained, enhanced, and distributed freely by the Tcl community.
Source code development and tracking of bug reports and feature requests
takes place at [core.tcl-lang.org](https://core.tcl-lang.org/).
Tcl/Tk release and mailing list services are [hosted by
SourceForge](https://sourceforge.net/projects/tcl/)
with the Tcl Developer Xchange hosted at
[www.tcl-lang.org](https://www.tcl-lang.org).

Tk is a freely available open source package.  You can do virtually
anything you like with it, such as modifying it, redistributing it,
and selling it either in whole or in part.  See the file
`license.terms` for complete information.

## <a id="tcl">2.</a> See Tcl README.md

Please see the README.md file that comes with the associated Tcl release
for more information.  There are pointers there to extensive
documentation.  In addition, there are additional README files
in the subdirectories of this distribution.

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# README:  Tk

This is the **Tk 8.6.12** source distribution.

You can get any source release of Tk from [our distribution
site](https://sourceforge.net/projects/tcl/files/Tcl/).

[![Build Status](https://github.com/tcltk/tk/workflows/Linux/badge.svg?branch=core-8-6-branch)](https://github.com/tcltk/tk/actions?query=workflow%3A%22Linux%22+branch%3Acore-8-6-branch)
[![Build Status](https://github.com/tcltk/tk/workflows/Windows/badge.svg?branch=core-8-6-branch)](https://github.com/tcltk/tk/actions?query=workflow%3A%22Windows%22+branch%3Acore-8-6-branch)
[![Build Status](https://github.com/tcltk/tk/workflows/macOS/badge.svg?branch=core-8-6-branch)](https://github.com/tcltk/tk/actions?query=workflow%3A%22macOS%22+branch%3Acore-8-6-branch)

## <a id="intro">1.</a> Introduction

This directory contains the sources and documentation for Tk, a
cross-platform GUI toolkit implemented with the Tcl scripting language.

For details on features, incompatibilities, and potential problems with
this release, see [the Tcl/Tk 8.6 Web page](https://www.tcl-lang.org/software/tcltk/8.6.html)
or refer to the "changes" file in this directory, which contains a
historical record of all changes to Tk.

Tk is maintained, enhanced, and distributed freely by the Tcl community.
Source code development and tracking of bug reports and feature requests
take place at [core.tcl-lang.org](https://core.tcl-lang.org/).
Tcl/Tk release and mailing list services are [hosted by
SourceForge](https://sourceforge.net/projects/tcl/)
with the Tcl Developer Xchange hosted at
[www.tcl-lang.org](https://www.tcl-lang.org).

Tk is a freely available open-source package.  You can do virtually
anything you like with it, such as modifying it, redistributing it,
and selling it either in whole or in part.  See the file
`license.terms` for complete information.

## <a id="tcl">2.</a> See Tcl README.md

Please see the README.md file that comes with the associated Tcl release
for more information.  There are pointers there to extensive
documentation.  In addition, there are additional README files
in the subdirectories of this distribution.

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4/12/92 (bug fix) Fixed core dump that occurred in tkError.c when
removing the first error record from the error list.

4/15/92 (bug fix) Fixed bug in tkBind.c that prevented <Key-1>
event specifications from being processed correctly:  the "1" was
treated as a button name rather than a keysym.

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removing the first error record from the error list.

4/15/92 (bug fix) Fixed bug in tkBind.c that prevented <KeyPress-1>
event specifications from being processed correctly:  the "1" was
treated as a button name rather than a keysym.

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just like with other applications. Under Windows and Unix, the menu is
attached to the toplevel window. Also, changed some semantics.
Tearoff menus will now reflect changes to the menu it was
torn off from, and are deleted when the main menu is
deleted. Tearoffs also reflect more look-and-feel of the
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Macintosh, the menubar is displayed accross the top of the main monitor,
just like with other applications. Under Windows and Unix, the menu is
attached to the toplevel window. Also, changed some semantics.
Tearoff menus will now reflect changes to the menu it was
torn off from, and are deleted when the master menu is
deleted. Tearoffs also reflect more look-and-feel of the
platforms they are running on. (SRP)

10/31/96 (bug fix) Under Windows, missing system cursors would
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command to the Mac.  Also fixed "resource write" when the resource
was specified by id and already existed. (JI)

9/16/97 (bug fix) Added null bindings to <Command-Key> for the
text and entry widget on the Macintosh.  This prevents unbound command
key sequences from having the character echoed to the widget. Also
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command to the Mac.  Also fixed "resource write" when the resource
was specified by id and already existed. (JI)

9/16/97 (bug fix) Added null bindings to <Command-KeyPress> for the
text and entry widget on the Macintosh.  This prevents unbound command
key sequences from having the character echoed to the widget. Also
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9/18/97 (bug fix) Revamped Macintosh focus code.  Cut, Copy & Paste
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2001-08-28 (bug fix) fixed tk_chooseDirectory crash on Win95. (baker)

2001-08-28 (bug fix) removed 2 second 'raise' delay seen by some Unix
window managers. (hobbs, baker)

2001-09-14 (bug fix) fixed memory leaks that occurred if errors were
thrown while initializing the channel for an image. (darley)

2001-09-20 (new feature) --enable-64bit support was added for HP 11 when
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2001-08-28 (bug fix) removed 2 second 'raise' delay seen by some Unix
window managers. (hobbs, baker)

2001-09-14 (bug fix) fixed memory leaks that occured if errors were
thrown while initializing the channel for an image. (darley)

2001-09-20 (new feature) --enable-64bit support was added for HP 11 when
using the native compiler.

2001-10-03 (new feature) finalized Win64 support with latest RC1 release
and SDK. (hobbs, stacy)
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2017-08-08 (bug)[4966ca] Scidb race in notebook tab selection (cramer)

--- Released 8.6.7, August 9, 2017 --- https://core.tcl-lang.org/tk/ for details

Changes to 8.7a1 include all changes to the 8.6 line through 8.6.7,
plus the following, which focuses on the high-level feature changes
in this changeset (new minor version) rather than bug fixes:

2016-03-07 (feature)[841280] spinbox autoswap -to/-from to get ordering (vogel)

2016-03-27 (feature)[38dc27] Support <Button-6> & <Button-7> (nijtmans)

2016-08-29 (TIP 449) [text] undo/redo return character range (vogel)

2016-11-02 (feature) Removed undocumented command [tk_getFileType] (vogel)
        *** POTENTIAL INCOMPATIBILITY ***

2017-02-05 (bug)[c0dbdd] Compatibility fonts shadowed system fonts (vogel)

2017-03-21 (TIP 442) display text in a progressbar (zaumseil)

2017-04-13 \u escaped content in msg files converted to true utf-8 (nijtmans)

2017-08-28 (TIP 166) Extended color notation for alpha channel (bachmann)

--- Released 8.7a1, September 8, 2017 --- http://core.tcl.tk/tk/ for details

2017-08-24 (bug)[f1a3ca] Memory leak in [text] B-tree (edhume3)

2017-08-24 (bug)[ee40fd] Report [console] init errors (the)

2017-08-24 (bug)[3295446] Improve history visibility in [console] (goth)

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2017-08-24 (bug)[ee40fd] Report [console] init errors (the)

2017-08-24 (bug)[3295446] Improve history visibility in [console] (goth)

2017-08-24 (bug) canvas closed polylines fully honor -joinstyle (vogel)
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2018-01-07 (bug)[925262] New option -state for ttk::scale (vogel)

2018-01-07 (bug)[fa8de7] Crash [ttk::checkbutton .x -variable {}] (werner)

2018-01-16 (bug)[382712] Crash in [event generate . <Key>] (werner)

2018-01-19 (bug)[657c38] Crash in menu destroy with checkbutton entry (werner)

2018-01-25 (bug)[de156e] Deny PRIMARY selection access in safe interps (nash)

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2018-01-07 (bug)[925262] New option -state for ttk::scale (vogel)

2018-01-07 (bug)[fa8de7] Crash [ttk::checkbutton .x -variable {}] (werner)

2018-01-16 (bug)[382712] Crash in [event generate . <KeyPress>] (werner)

2018-01-19 (bug)[657c38] Crash in menu destroy with checkbutton entry (werner)

2018-01-25 (bug)[de156e] Deny PRIMARY selection access in safe interps (nash)

2018-01-28 (bug)[b68710] Fixes in [text] bindings (nash)

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2018-07-04 (bug)[309b42] Improve ttk high-contrast-mode support (lemburg,vogel)

2018-07-17 (bug)[1088825] fix frame-2.17,3.9,3.10 on Mac (vogel)

2018-07-27 (bug)[fbaed1] GIF photo support for "deferred clear code" (vogel)

2018-08-08 (feature) Modern full-screen support on Mac OSX (walzer)

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2018-07-17 (bug)[1088825] fix frame-2.17,3.9,3.10 on Mac (vogel)

2018-07-27 (bug)[fabed1] GIF photo support for "deferred clear code" (vogel)

2018-08-08 (feature) Modern full-screen support on Mac OSX (walzer)

2018-08-12 (bug)[1875c1] scrollbar on Mac OSX (walzer)

2018-08-14 (bug)[1ba71a] KeyRelease events on Mac OSX(walzer)

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- Released 8.6.10, Nov 21, 2019 - https://core.tcl-lang.org/tk/ for details


Changes to 8.7a3 include all changes to the 8.6 line through 8.6.10,

plus the following, which focuses on the high-level feature changes

in this changeset (new minor version) rather than bug fixes:



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2017-12-07 [TIP 487] End support for pre-XP Windows (nijtmans)

2018-03-04 [TIP 489] New subcommand [$canvas image] (pitcher,vogel)

2018-05-13 [TIP 496] New options -placeholder* for entries (zaumseil,vogel)

2018-09-23 [TIP 517] New option -activerelief for menus (vogel)

2018-11-03 [TIP 512] Deprecate stub for Tk_MainEx() (nijtmans)

2018-11-06 [TIP 415] New option -height for [$canvas create arc] (geard)

2018-11-06 [TIP 518] New event <<NoMangedChild>> (oehlmann)

2019-04-14 [TIP 164] New subcommand [$canvas rotate] (fellows)

2019-04-14 [TIP 507] New photo image format 'svg' (zaumseil)

2019-04-14 [TIP 483] Record more configuration items (cassoff)

2019-04-14 [TIP 482] Record configured directory for demos (cassoff)

2019-05-25 [TIP 262] New frame options -backgroundimage, -tile (fellows)

2019-06-15 [TIP 528] Deprecate Tk_Offset() (nijtmans)

2019-08-19 [TIP 545] Revised options for photo image format 'svg' (oehlmann)

--- Released 8.7a3, November 25, 2019 --- http://core.tcl.tk/tk/ for details






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2019-11-17 [90d555] workaround NSFontManager bad selections (culler)

2019-11-19 (new) Partial Emoji support in text displays (nijtmans,culler)

- Released 8.6.10, Nov 21, 2019 - https://core.tcl-lang.org/tk/ for details

2019-11-25 (bug)[a95373] TkKeyEvent platform variations (werner)

2019-11-26 (bug) workaround Win bug so test bind-34.3 passes (nijtmans)

2019-12-03 Aqua: white cursors in dark mode (culler)

2019-12-04 (bug)[749bd9] Aqua: systemControlAccentColor (bll,culler)

2019-12-14 (bug)[b3b56a] ttk respect -cursor option (vogel)

2019-12-14 (bug)[b094cb] Win: $tv -show grows widget width 1 pixel (vogel)

2019-12-14 (bug)[02a694] spinbox options used wrong db names (vogel)

2020-01-11 (bug)[2b8fa6] MouseWheel for ttk::scrollbar (oehlmann)

2020-01-18 (bug)[1771594] icursor and scrollregion, canvText-14.7 (vogel)

2020-01-18 (bug)[587937] tag list ops preserve list order (vogel)

2020-01-18 (bug)[2830360] lose invalid state at focus event, entry-10.1 (vogel)

2020-01-18 (bug)[077d49] string table options support null ok (vogel)

2020-01-18 (bug)[bf93d0] Aqua: unresponsive menubar (culler)

2020-01-31 (bug)[a196fb] restore support for unthreaded Tcl (porter,sebres)

2020-02-09 (bug)[90a4d7] fontconfig crash when no font installed (vogel)

2020-02-24 (bug) Aqua: incomplete floating window display (walzer)

2020-03-11 (bug)[fb2ec3] OSX 10.15+: full screen options (nicolas,walzer)

2020-03-12 (bug)[08e2f8] focus on unmapped windows, focus-7.1 (vogel)

2020-03-12 (bug)[2edd84] [$c postscript] result management (gavilan)

2020-03-22 (bug)[98662d] restore TK_MAC_DEBUG_DRAWING build (chavez)

2020-03-29 (bug)[655fe2] tearoff menu redraw artifacts (vogel)

2020-04-03 (bug)[efbedd] Aqua: compund button-like widget appearance (chavez)

2020-04-14 (bug)[87bade] Aqua: improved dealing with PressAndHold (culler)

2020-04-14 (bug)[376788] X: stop crash w/Noto Color Emoji font (nijtmans)

2020-04-15 (bug)[89354d] Aqua: text color w/o clipping (culler)

2020-04-15 (new) Aqua: assign Button 3 to the middle button (chavez)

2020-04-25 (bug)[3519111] treeview horizontal scroll, entry-2.1.1 (vogel)

2020-04-25 (bug)[141881] treeview vertical scroll, treeview-9.2 (vogel)

2020-05-01 (bug)[2712f4] X: crash angled text w/o Xft, canvText-20.2 (vogel)

2020-05-01 (bug)[cd8714] Win: long angled text (chavez)

2020-05-09 (bug)[88c9e0] treeview -selectmode none focus ring (gavilan)

2020-05-12 (new) Aqua: Rewrite of the Key event system (culler)

2020-05-12 (bug)[411359] Aqua: stop crashes/zombies related to TouchBar (culler)

2020-05-12 (new) Aqua: systemLinkColor (chavez)

2020-05-16 (bug)[40ada9] crash when active button is destroyed (chavez)

2020-05-28 (bug)[3c6660,601cea,4b50b7] Win10: ttk scale (nemethi,lanam)

2020-06-08 (bug)[2790615] Some callbacks not eval'd in global scope (nijtmans)

2020-06-25 Aqua: Update OSX version tests to support Big Sur (culler)

2020-06-27 (bug)[6920b2] dup in spinbox -values causes trouble (lanam)

2020-06-27 (bug)[5c51be] invalid mem read buffer in Tk_PhotoPut* (chavez)

2020-06-27 (bug)[16ef16] restore bind sequence support, bind-33.(16-21) (vogel)

2020-07-02 (bug)[2d2459] default style for combobox (bll)

2020-07-06 (bug)[40c4bf] double free, entry-19.21 (vogel)

2020-07-06 (bug)[e3888d] grab & warp, bind-36.1 (vogel)

2020-07-12 (bug)[2442314] fontchooser i18n (nijtmans)

2020-07-13 (bug)[7655f6] [*entry]: selected text drawing reform (chavez)

2020-07-14 (bug)[09abd7] workaround invalid key codes from Debian 10 (vogel)

2020-07-20 (bug)[cf3853] Aqua: improve bounds on non-Retina displays (chavez)

2020-08-01 Aqua: [winfo rgb] light and dark mode support (culler)

2020-08-15 (bug)[315104] Aqua: appearance change virtual events (culler)

2020-08-21 (bug)[291699] mouse binding for scrollbar grip (bll)

2020-09-08 (bug)[6c2425] buffer bounds violation (chavez)

2020-09-08 (bug)[2a6d63] OSX 10.6 crash (hellstrom,culler)

2020-09-08 (bug)[420feb] undefined behavior due to alignment (chavez,nijtmans)

2020-09-10 (bug)[ab1fea] Aqua init issues (culler)

2020-09-14 (bug)[71e18c] Aqua: crash in full screen toggle (culler)

2020-09-18 (bug)[4f4f03] Aqua: mouse drags across title bar (nab,culler)

2020-09-21 (bug)[d91e05] select/copy in disabled text (bll)

2020-09-27 (TIP #581) disfavor Master/Slave terminology (nijtmans)

2020-09-30 (bug)[59cba3] win: improve theme detection (bll,nijtmans)

2020-10-06 (bug)[175a6e] Aqua: support tiled windows (culler)

2020-10-07 (bug)[1fa8c3] Aqua: crash on resize during display (nab,culler)

2020-10-16 (bug)[c2483b] Aqua: consistent finalization (culler,nijtmans)

2020-11-06 (bug)[c9ebac] Aqua: use standard about dialog (culler)

2020-11-07 (bug)[4ebcc0] sticky fontchooser options (roseman,vogel)

2020-11-10 (bug)[f9fa92] Aqua: crash in color caching scheme (culler)

2020-11-20 (bug)[7185d2] Aqua: fixes to special menu support (culler)

2020-11-24 (bug)[4a40c6] Aqua: [wm manage] frame offset (chavez)

2020-12-04 (bug)[3ef77f] Aqua dark mode combobox focus ring (walzer,culler)

2020-12-15 (bug)[80e4c6] Aqua: progressbar animation (nab,culler)

2020-12-24 (bug)[6157a8] Aqua: file dialog -filetypes (davis,culler)

- Released 8.6.11, Dec 31, 2020 - https://core.tcl-lang.org/tk/ for details

2021-01-04 (bug)[19fb7a] Mac: [tk_messageBox] use proper icons (ericwb,culler)

2021-01-11 (bug)[7beaed] ttk::bindMouseWheel syntax error (nemethi)

2021-01-15 (new) support 4 new keycodes: CodeInput, SingleCandidate,
	MultipleCandidate, PreviousCandidate (nijtmans)

2021-01-18 (new) Portable keycodes: OE, oe, Ydiaeresis (nijtmans)

2021-01-27 (bug)[bdcab8] Mac crash on non-BMP menu label (nab,culler)

2021-02-07 (bug)[9e1312] <Enter> to parent after child destroyed (leunissen)

2021-02-10 (bug)[d3cd4c] more robust notebook processing (nemethi)

2021-02-25 (bug)[234ee4] crash in [clipboard get] invalid encoding (nijtmans)

2021-02-25 (bug)[be9cad] Poor trace housekeeping -> tkwait segfault (michael)

2021-03-02 (bug)[1626ed] Mac: crash with dead key as menu accelerator (culler)

2021-03-22 (bug)[9b6065] restore Tcl [update], see window-2.12 (leunissen)

2021-04-07 (bug)[58222c] Mac: entry and spinbox bg colors (chavez,culler)

2021-04-18 (bug)[34db75,ea876b] cursor motion in peer text (vogel)

2021-04-26 (bug)[c97464] memleak in TkpDrawAngledChars (nab,culler)

2021-04-29 Mac: explicit backing CALayer to fix rendering issues (culler)

2021-05-02 Mac: respect key repeat system setting (culler)

2021-05-10 (bug)[171ba7] crash when grab and focus are not coordinated (culler)

2021-05-24 crash due to failed transient record housekeeping (culler)

2021-05-25 (bug)[7bda98] Mac: <Double-1> bindings fire twice on app activation

2021-06-03 (bug)[4401d3] Mac: improved support of pixel formats (chavez,culler)

2021-06-03 (bug)[8ecc3e] Mac: window exposed by Mission Control (chavez,culler)

2021-06-04 (bug)[099109] segfault reusing a container toplevel (culler)

2021-06-22 (bug)[4efbfe] static package init order in wish (werner)

2021-09-21 (bug)[033886] Win: hang in font loading (e-paine,vogel)

2021-10-14 (bug)[8ebed3] multi-thread safety in Xft use (werner)

2021-10-22 (new)[TIP 608] New virtual event <<TkWorldChanged>> (griffin)

2021-10-27 (bug) file dialog compatibility with Mac OS 12 (culler)


2021-10-29 (bug) Mac: stop crash when non-Tk windows go full screen (werner)



2021-10-30 (bug)[6ea0b3] Mac: grab from menu makes dead window (culler)



- Released 8.6.12, Nov 5, 2021 - https://core.tcl-lang.org/tk/ for details



















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/*===---- stdbool.h - Standard header for booleans -------------------------===
*
* Part of the LLVM Project, under the Apache License v2.0 with LLVM Exceptions.
* See https://llvm.org/LICENSE.txt for license information.
* SPDX-License-Identifier: Apache-2.0 WITH LLVM-exception
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* Modified for use by pre-C99 compilers. (c) Jan Nijtmans.
*
*===-----------------------------------------------------------------------===
*/

#ifndef __STDBOOL_H
#define __STDBOOL_H

/* Don't define bool, true, and false in C++, except as a GNU extension. */
#ifndef __cplusplus
#if defined(__STDC_VERSION__) && (__STDC_VERSION__ >= 199901L)
#define bool _Bool
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#define bool unsigned char
#endif
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/* Define _Bool as a GNU extension. */
#define _Bool bool
#if __cplusplus < 201103L
/* For C++98, define bool, false, true as a GNU extension. */
#define bool  bool
#define false false
#define true  true
#endif
#endif

#define __bool_true_false_are_defined 1

#endif /* __STDBOOL_H */
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/*  A portable stdint.h
 ****************************************************************************
 *  BSD License:
 ****************************************************************************
 *
 *  Copyright (c) 2005-2016 Paul Hsieh
 *  All rights reserved.
 *
 *  Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
 *  modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
 *  are met:
 *
 *  1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
 *     notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
 *  2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
 *     notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the
 *     documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
 *  3. The name of the author may not be used to endorse or promote products
 *     derived from this software without specific prior written permission.
 *
 *  THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE AUTHOR ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESS OR
 *  IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES
 *  OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED.
 *  IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHOR BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT,
 *  INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT
 *  NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
 *  DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
 *  THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
 *  (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF
 *  THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
 *
 ****************************************************************************
 *
 *  Version 0.1.16.0
 *
 *  The ANSI C standard committee, for the C99 standard, specified the
 *  inclusion of a new standard include file called stdint.h.  This is
 *  a very useful and long desired include file which contains several
 *  very precise definitions for integer scalar types that is critically
 *  important for making several classes of applications portable
 *  including cryptography, hashing, variable length integer libraries
 *  and so on.  But for most developers its likely useful just for
 *  programming sanity.
 *
 *  The problem is that some compiler vendors chose to ignore the C99
 *  standard and some older compilers have no opportunity to be updated.
 *  Because of this situation, simply including stdint.h in your code
 *  makes it unportable.
 *
 *  So that's what this file is all about.  It's an attempt to build a
 *  single universal include file that works on as many platforms as
 *  possible to deliver what stdint.h is supposed to.  Even compilers
 *  that already come with stdint.h can use this file instead without
 *  any loss of functionality.  A few things that should be noted about
 *  this file:
 *
 *    1) It is not guaranteed to be portable and/or present an identical
 *       interface on all platforms.  The extreme variability of the
 *       ANSI C standard makes this an impossibility right from the
 *       very get go. Its really only meant to be useful for the vast
 *       majority of platforms that possess the capability of
 *       implementing usefully and precisely defined, standard sized
 *       integer scalars.  Systems which are not intrinsically 2s
 *       complement may produce invalid constants.
 *
 *    2) There is an unavoidable use of non-reserved symbols.
 *
 *    3) Other standard include files are invoked.
 *
 *    4) This file may come in conflict with future platforms that do
 *       include stdint.h.  The hope is that one or the other can be
 *       used with no real difference.
 *
 *    5) In the current version, if your platform can't represent
 *       int32_t, int16_t and int8_t, it just dumps out with a compiler
 *       error.
 *
 *    6) 64 bit integers may or may not be defined.  Test for their
 *       presence with the test: #ifdef INT64_MAX or #ifdef UINT64_MAX.
 *       Note that this is different from the C99 specification which
 *       requires the existence of 64 bit support in the compiler.  If
 *       this is not defined for your platform, yet it is capable of
 *       dealing with 64 bits then it is because this file has not yet
 *       been extended to cover all of your system's capabilities.
 *
 *    7) (u)intptr_t may or may not be defined.  Test for its presence
 *       with the test: #ifdef PTRDIFF_MAX.  If this is not defined
 *       for your platform, then it is because this file has not yet
 *       been extended to cover all of your system's capabilities, not
 *       because its optional.
 *
 *    8) The following might not been defined even if your platform is
 *       capable of defining it:
 *
 *       WCHAR_MIN
 *       WCHAR_MAX
 *       (u)int64_t
 *       PTRDIFF_MIN
 *       PTRDIFF_MAX
 *       (u)intptr_t
 *
 *    9) The following have not been defined:
 *
 *       WINT_MIN
 *       WINT_MAX
 *
 *   10) The criteria for defining (u)int_least(*)_t isn't clear,
 *       except for systems which don't have a type that precisely
 *       defined 8, 16, or 32 bit types (which this include file does
 *       not support anyways). Default definitions have been given.
 *
 *   11) The criteria for defining (u)int_fast(*)_t isn't something I
 *       would trust to any particular compiler vendor or the ANSI C
 *       committee.  It is well known that "compatible systems" are
 *       commonly created that have very different performance
 *       characteristics from the systems they are compatible with,
 *       especially those whose vendors make both the compiler and the
 *       system.  Default definitions have been given, but its strongly
 *       recommended that users never use these definitions for any
 *       reason (they do *NOT* deliver any serious guarantee of
 *       improved performance -- not in this file, nor any vendor's
 *       stdint.h).
 *
 *   12) The following macros:
 *
 *       PRINTF_INTMAX_MODIFIER
 *       PRINTF_INT64_MODIFIER
 *       PRINTF_INT32_MODIFIER
 *       PRINTF_INT16_MODIFIER
 *       PRINTF_LEAST64_MODIFIER
 *       PRINTF_LEAST32_MODIFIER
 *       PRINTF_LEAST16_MODIFIER
 *       PRINTF_INTPTR_MODIFIER
 *
 *       are strings which have been defined as the modifiers required
 *       for the "d", "u" and "x" printf formats to correctly output
 *       (u)intmax_t, (u)int64_t, (u)int32_t, (u)int16_t, (u)least64_t,
 *       (u)least32_t, (u)least16_t and (u)intptr_t types respectively.
 *       PRINTF_INTPTR_MODIFIER is not defined for some systems which
 *       provide their own stdint.h.  PRINTF_INT64_MODIFIER is not
 *       defined if INT64_MAX is not defined.  These are an extension
 *       beyond what C99 specifies must be in stdint.h.
 *
 *       In addition, the following macros are defined:
 *
 *       PRINTF_INTMAX_HEX_WIDTH
 *       PRINTF_INT64_HEX_WIDTH
 *       PRINTF_INT32_HEX_WIDTH
 *       PRINTF_INT16_HEX_WIDTH
 *       PRINTF_INT8_HEX_WIDTH
 *       PRINTF_INTMAX_DEC_WIDTH
 *       PRINTF_INT64_DEC_WIDTH
 *       PRINTF_INT32_DEC_WIDTH
 *       PRINTF_INT16_DEC_WIDTH
 *       PRINTF_UINT8_DEC_WIDTH
 *       PRINTF_UINTMAX_DEC_WIDTH
 *       PRINTF_UINT64_DEC_WIDTH
 *       PRINTF_UINT32_DEC_WIDTH
 *       PRINTF_UINT16_DEC_WIDTH
 *       PRINTF_UINT8_DEC_WIDTH
 *
 *       Which specifies the maximum number of characters required to
 *       print the number of that type in either hexadecimal or decimal.
 *       These are an extension beyond what C99 specifies must be in
 *       stdint.h.
 *
 *  Compilers tested (all with 0 warnings at their highest respective
 *  settings): Borland Turbo C 2.0, WATCOM C/C++ 11.0 (16 bits and 32
 *  bits), Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0 (32 bit), Microsoft Visual Studio
 *  .net (VC7), Intel C++ 4.0, GNU gcc v3.3.3
 *
 *  This file should be considered a work in progress.  Suggestions for
 *  improvements, especially those which increase coverage are strongly
 *  encouraged.
 *
 *  Acknowledgements
 *
 *  The following people have made significant contributions to the
 *  development and testing of this file:
 *
 *  Chris Howie
 *  John Steele Scott
 *  Dave Thorup
 *  John Dill
 *  Florian Wobbe
 *  Christopher Sean Morrison
 *  Mikkel Fahnoe Jorgensen
 *
 */

#include <stddef.h>
#include <limits.h>
#include <signal.h>

/*
 *  For gcc with _STDINT_H, fill in the PRINTF_INT*_MODIFIER macros, and
 *  do nothing else.  On the Mac OS X version of gcc this is _STDINT_H_.
 */

#if ((defined(__SUNPRO_C) && __SUNPRO_C >= 0x570) || (defined(_MSC_VER) && _MSC_VER >= 1600) || (defined(__STDC__) && __STDC__ && defined(__STDC_VERSION__) && __STDC_VERSION__ >= 199901L) || (defined (__WATCOMC__) && (defined (_STDINT_H_INCLUDED) || __WATCOMC__ >= 1250)) || (defined(__GNUC__) && (__GNUC__ > 3 || defined(_STDINT_H) || defined(_STDINT_H_) || defined (__UINT_FAST64_TYPE__)) )) && !defined (_PSTDINT_H_INCLUDED)
#include <stdint.h>
#define _PSTDINT_H_INCLUDED
# if defined(__GNUC__) && (defined(__x86_64__) || defined(__ppc64__)) && !(defined(__APPLE__) && defined(__MACH__))
#  ifndef PRINTF_INT64_MODIFIER
#   define PRINTF_INT64_MODIFIER "l"
#  endif
#  ifndef PRINTF_INT32_MODIFIER
#   define PRINTF_INT32_MODIFIER ""
#  endif
# else
#  ifndef PRINTF_INT64_MODIFIER
#   define PRINTF_INT64_MODIFIER "ll"
#  endif
#  ifndef PRINTF_INT32_MODIFIER
#   if (UINT_MAX == UINT32_MAX)
#    define PRINTF_INT32_MODIFIER ""
#   else
#    define PRINTF_INT32_MODIFIER "l"
#   endif
#  endif
# endif
# ifndef PRINTF_INT16_MODIFIER
#  define PRINTF_INT16_MODIFIER "h"
# endif
# ifndef PRINTF_INTMAX_MODIFIER
#  define PRINTF_INTMAX_MODIFIER PRINTF_INT64_MODIFIER
# endif
# ifndef PRINTF_INT64_HEX_WIDTH
#  define PRINTF_INT64_HEX_WIDTH "16"
# endif
# ifndef PRINTF_UINT64_HEX_WIDTH
#  define PRINTF_UINT64_HEX_WIDTH "16"
# endif
# ifndef PRINTF_INT32_HEX_WIDTH
#  define PRINTF_INT32_HEX_WIDTH "8"
# endif
# ifndef PRINTF_UINT32_HEX_WIDTH
#  define PRINTF_UINT32_HEX_WIDTH "8"
# endif
# ifndef PRINTF_INT16_HEX_WIDTH
#  define PRINTF_INT16_HEX_WIDTH "4"
# endif
# ifndef PRINTF_UINT16_HEX_WIDTH
#  define PRINTF_UINT16_HEX_WIDTH "4"
# endif
# ifndef PRINTF_INT8_HEX_WIDTH
#  define PRINTF_INT8_HEX_WIDTH "2"
# endif
# ifndef PRINTF_UINT8_HEX_WIDTH
#  define PRINTF_UINT8_HEX_WIDTH "2"
# endif
# ifndef PRINTF_INT64_DEC_WIDTH
#  define PRINTF_INT64_DEC_WIDTH "19"
# endif
# ifndef PRINTF_UINT64_DEC_WIDTH
#  define PRINTF_UINT64_DEC_WIDTH "20"
# endif
# ifndef PRINTF_INT32_DEC_WIDTH
#  define PRINTF_INT32_DEC_WIDTH "10"
# endif
# ifndef PRINTF_UINT32_DEC_WIDTH
#  define PRINTF_UINT32_DEC_WIDTH "10"
# endif
# ifndef PRINTF_INT16_DEC_WIDTH
#  define PRINTF_INT16_DEC_WIDTH "5"
# endif
# ifndef PRINTF_UINT16_DEC_WIDTH
#  define PRINTF_UINT16_DEC_WIDTH "5"
# endif
# ifndef PRINTF_INT8_DEC_WIDTH
#  define PRINTF_INT8_DEC_WIDTH "3"
# endif
# ifndef PRINTF_UINT8_DEC_WIDTH
#  define PRINTF_UINT8_DEC_WIDTH "3"
# endif
# ifndef PRINTF_INTMAX_HEX_WIDTH
#  define PRINTF_INTMAX_HEX_WIDTH PRINTF_UINT64_HEX_WIDTH
# endif
# ifndef PRINTF_UINTMAX_HEX_WIDTH
#  define PRINTF_UINTMAX_HEX_WIDTH PRINTF_UINT64_HEX_WIDTH
# endif
# ifndef PRINTF_INTMAX_DEC_WIDTH
#  define PRINTF_INTMAX_DEC_WIDTH PRINTF_UINT64_DEC_WIDTH
# endif
# ifndef PRINTF_UINTMAX_DEC_WIDTH
#  define PRINTF_UINTMAX_DEC_WIDTH PRINTF_UINT64_DEC_WIDTH
# endif

/*
 *  Something really weird is going on with Open Watcom.  Just pull some of
 *  these duplicated definitions from Open Watcom's stdint.h file for now.
 */

# if defined (__WATCOMC__) && __WATCOMC__ >= 1250
#  if !defined (INT64_C)
#   define INT64_C(x)   (x + (INT64_MAX - INT64_MAX))
#  endif
#  if !defined (UINT64_C)
#   define UINT64_C(x)  (x + (UINT64_MAX - UINT64_MAX))
#  endif
#  if !defined (INT32_C)
#   define INT32_C(x)   (x + (INT32_MAX - INT32_MAX))
#  endif
#  if !defined (UINT32_C)
#   define UINT32_C(x)  (x + (UINT32_MAX - UINT32_MAX))
#  endif
#  if !defined (INT16_C)
#   define INT16_C(x)   (x)
#  endif
#  if !defined (UINT16_C)
#   define UINT16_C(x)  (x)
#  endif
#  if !defined (INT8_C)
#   define INT8_C(x)   (x)
#  endif
#  if !defined (UINT8_C)
#   define UINT8_C(x)  (x)
#  endif
#  if !defined (UINT64_MAX)
#   define UINT64_MAX  18446744073709551615ULL
#  endif
#  if !defined (INT64_MAX)
#   define INT64_MAX  9223372036854775807LL
#  endif
#  if !defined (UINT32_MAX)
#   define UINT32_MAX  4294967295UL
#  endif
#  if !defined (INT32_MAX)
#   define INT32_MAX  2147483647L
#  endif
#  if !defined (INTMAX_MAX)
#   define INTMAX_MAX INT64_MAX
#  endif
#  if !defined (INTMAX_MIN)
#   define INTMAX_MIN INT64_MIN
#  endif
# endif
#endif

/*
 *  I have no idea what is the truly correct thing to do on older Solaris.
 *  From some online discussions, this seems to be what is being
 *  recommended.  For people who actually are developing on older Solaris,
 *  what I would like to know is, does this define all of the relevant
 *  macros of a complete stdint.h?  Remember, in pstdint.h 64 bit is
 *  considered optional.
 */

#if (defined(__SUNPRO_C) && __SUNPRO_C >= 0x420) && !defined(_PSTDINT_H_INCLUDED)
#include <sys/inttypes.h>
#define _PSTDINT_H_INCLUDED
#endif

#ifndef _PSTDINT_H_INCLUDED
#define _PSTDINT_H_INCLUDED

#ifndef SIZE_MAX
# define SIZE_MAX ((size_t)-1)
#endif

/*
 *  Deduce the type assignments from limits.h under the assumption that
 *  integer sizes in bits are powers of 2, and follow the ANSI
 *  definitions.
 */

#ifndef UINT8_MAX
# define UINT8_MAX 0xff
#endif
#if !defined(uint8_t) && !defined(_UINT8_T) && !defined(vxWorks)
# if (UCHAR_MAX == UINT8_MAX) || defined (S_SPLINT_S)
    typedef unsigned char uint8_t;
#   define UINT8_C(v) ((uint8_t) v)
# else
#   error "Platform not supported"
# endif
#endif

#ifndef INT8_MAX
# define INT8_MAX 0x7f
#endif
#ifndef INT8_MIN
# define INT8_MIN INT8_C(0x80)
#endif
#if !defined(int8_t) && !defined(_INT8_T) && !defined(vxWorks)
# if (SCHAR_MAX == INT8_MAX) || defined (S_SPLINT_S)
    typedef signed char int8_t;
#   define INT8_C(v) ((int8_t) v)
# else
#   error "Platform not supported"
# endif
#endif

#ifndef UINT16_MAX
# define UINT16_MAX 0xffff
#endif
#if !defined(uint16_t) && !defined(_UINT16_T) && !defined(vxWorks)
#if (UINT_MAX == UINT16_MAX) || defined (S_SPLINT_S)
  typedef unsigned int uint16_t;
# ifndef PRINTF_INT16_MODIFIER
#  define PRINTF_INT16_MODIFIER ""
# endif
# define UINT16_C(v) ((uint16_t) (v))
#elif (USHRT_MAX == UINT16_MAX)
  typedef unsigned short uint16_t;
# define UINT16_C(v) ((uint16_t) (v))
# ifndef PRINTF_INT16_MODIFIER
#  define PRINTF_INT16_MODIFIER "h"
# endif
#else
#error "Platform not supported"
#endif
#endif

#ifndef INT16_MAX
# define INT16_MAX 0x7fff
#endif
#ifndef INT16_MIN
# define INT16_MIN INT16_C(0x8000)
#endif
#if !defined(int16_t) && !defined(_INT16_T) && !defined(vxWorks)
#if (INT_MAX == INT16_MAX) || defined (S_SPLINT_S)
  typedef signed int int16_t;
# define INT16_C(v) ((int16_t) (v))
# ifndef PRINTF_INT16_MODIFIER
#  define PRINTF_INT16_MODIFIER ""
# endif
#elif (SHRT_MAX == INT16_MAX)
  typedef signed short int16_t;
# define INT16_C(v) ((int16_t) (v))
# ifndef PRINTF_INT16_MODIFIER
#  define PRINTF_INT16_MODIFIER "h"
# endif
#else
#error "Platform not supported"
#endif
#endif

#ifndef UINT32_MAX
# define UINT32_MAX (0xffffffffUL)
#endif
#if !defined(uint32_t) && !defined(_UINT32_T) && !defined(vxWorks)
#if (ULONG_MAX == UINT32_MAX) || defined (S_SPLINT_S)
  typedef unsigned long uint32_t;
# define UINT32_C(v) v ## UL
# ifndef PRINTF_INT32_MODIFIER
#  define PRINTF_INT32_MODIFIER "l"
# endif
#elif (UINT_MAX == UINT32_MAX)
  typedef unsigned int uint32_t;
# ifndef PRINTF_INT32_MODIFIER
#  define PRINTF_INT32_MODIFIER ""
# endif
# define UINT32_C(v) v ## U
#elif (USHRT_MAX == UINT32_MAX)
  typedef unsigned short uint32_t;
# define UINT32_C(v) ((unsigned short) (v))
# ifndef PRINTF_INT32_MODIFIER
#  define PRINTF_INT32_MODIFIER ""
# endif
#else
#error "Platform not supported"
#endif
#endif

#ifndef INT32_MAX
# define INT32_MAX (0x7fffffffL)
#endif
#ifndef INT32_MIN
# define INT32_MIN INT32_C(0x80000000)
#endif
#if !defined(int32_t) && !defined(_INT32_T) && !defined(vxWorks)
#if (LONG_MAX == INT32_MAX) || defined (S_SPLINT_S)
  typedef signed long int32_t;
# define INT32_C(v) v ## L
# ifndef PRINTF_INT32_MODIFIER
#  define PRINTF_INT32_MODIFIER "l"
# endif
#elif (INT_MAX == INT32_MAX)
  typedef signed int int32_t;
# define INT32_C(v) v
# ifndef PRINTF_INT32_MODIFIER
#  define PRINTF_INT32_MODIFIER ""
# endif
#elif (SHRT_MAX == INT32_MAX)
  typedef signed short int32_t;
# define INT32_C(v) ((short) (v))
# ifndef PRINTF_INT32_MODIFIER
#  define PRINTF_INT32_MODIFIER ""
# endif
#else
#error "Platform not supported"
#endif
#endif

/*
 *  The macro stdint_int64_defined is temporarily used to record
 *  whether or not 64 integer support is available.  It must be
 *  defined for any 64 integer extensions for new platforms that are
 *  added.
 */

#undef stdint_int64_defined
#if (defined(__STDC__) && defined(__STDC_VERSION__)) || defined (S_SPLINT_S)
# if (__STDC__ && __STDC_VERSION__ >= 199901L) || defined (S_SPLINT_S)
#  define stdint_int64_defined
   typedef long long int64_t;
   typedef unsigned long long uint64_t;
#  define UINT64_C(v) v ## ULL
#  define  INT64_C(v) v ## LL
#  ifndef PRINTF_INT64_MODIFIER
#   define PRINTF_INT64_MODIFIER "ll"
#  endif
# endif
#endif

#if !defined (stdint_int64_defined)
# if defined(__GNUC__) && !defined(vxWorks)
#  define stdint_int64_defined
   __extension__ typedef long long int64_t;
   __extension__ typedef unsigned long long uint64_t;
#  define UINT64_C(v) v ## ULL
#  define  INT64_C(v) v ## LL
#  ifndef PRINTF_INT64_MODIFIER
#   define PRINTF_INT64_MODIFIER "ll"
#  endif
# elif defined(__MWERKS__) || defined (__SUNPRO_C) || defined (__SUNPRO_CC) || defined (__APPLE_CC__) || defined (_LONG_LONG) || defined (_CRAYC) || defined (S_SPLINT_S)
#  define stdint_int64_defined
   typedef long long int64_t;
   typedef unsigned long long uint64_t;
#  define UINT64_C(v) v ## ULL
#  define  INT64_C(v) v ## LL
#  ifndef PRINTF_INT64_MODIFIER
#   define PRINTF_INT64_MODIFIER "ll"
#  endif
# elif (defined(__WATCOMC__) && defined(__WATCOM_INT64__)) || (defined(_MSC_VER) && _INTEGRAL_MAX_BITS >= 64) || (defined (__BORLANDC__) && __BORLANDC__ > 0x460) || defined (__alpha) || defined (__DECC)
#  define stdint_int64_defined
   typedef __int64 int64_t;
   typedef unsigned __int64 uint64_t;
#  define UINT64_C(v) v ## UI64
#  define  INT64_C(v) v ## I64
#  ifndef PRINTF_INT64_MODIFIER
#   define PRINTF_INT64_MODIFIER "I64"
#  endif
# endif
#endif

#if !defined (LONG_LONG_MAX) && defined (INT64_C)
# define LONG_LONG_MAX INT64_C (9223372036854775807)
#endif
#ifndef ULONG_LONG_MAX
# define ULONG_LONG_MAX UINT64_C (18446744073709551615)
#endif

#if !defined (INT64_MAX) && defined (INT64_C)
# define INT64_MAX INT64_C (9223372036854775807)
#endif
#if !defined (INT64_MIN) && defined (INT64_C)
# define INT64_MIN INT64_C (-9223372036854775808)
#endif
#if !defined (UINT64_MAX) && defined (INT64_C)
# define UINT64_MAX UINT64_C (18446744073709551615)
#endif

/*
 *  Width of hexadecimal for number field.
 */

#ifndef PRINTF_INT64_HEX_WIDTH
# define PRINTF_INT64_HEX_WIDTH "16"
#endif
#ifndef PRINTF_INT32_HEX_WIDTH
# define PRINTF_INT32_HEX_WIDTH "8"
#endif
#ifndef PRINTF_INT16_HEX_WIDTH
# define PRINTF_INT16_HEX_WIDTH "4"
#endif
#ifndef PRINTF_INT8_HEX_WIDTH
# define PRINTF_INT8_HEX_WIDTH "2"
#endif
#ifndef PRINTF_INT64_DEC_WIDTH
# define PRINTF_INT64_DEC_WIDTH "19"
#endif
#ifndef PRINTF_INT32_DEC_WIDTH
# define PRINTF_INT32_DEC_WIDTH "10"
#endif
#ifndef PRINTF_INT16_DEC_WIDTH
# define PRINTF_INT16_DEC_WIDTH "5"
#endif
#ifndef PRINTF_INT8_DEC_WIDTH
# define PRINTF_INT8_DEC_WIDTH "3"
#endif
#ifndef PRINTF_UINT64_DEC_WIDTH
# define PRINTF_UINT64_DEC_WIDTH "20"
#endif
#ifndef PRINTF_UINT32_DEC_WIDTH
# define PRINTF_UINT32_DEC_WIDTH "10"
#endif
#ifndef PRINTF_UINT16_DEC_WIDTH
# define PRINTF_UINT16_DEC_WIDTH "5"
#endif
#ifndef PRINTF_UINT8_DEC_WIDTH
# define PRINTF_UINT8_DEC_WIDTH "3"
#endif

/*
 *  Ok, lets not worry about 128 bit integers for now.  Moore's law says
 *  we don't need to worry about that until about 2040 at which point
 *  we'll have bigger things to worry about.
 */

#ifdef stdint_int64_defined
  typedef int64_t intmax_t;
  typedef uint64_t uintmax_t;
# define  INTMAX_MAX   INT64_MAX
# define  INTMAX_MIN   INT64_MIN
# define UINTMAX_MAX  UINT64_MAX
# define UINTMAX_C(v) UINT64_C(v)
# define  INTMAX_C(v)  INT64_C(v)
# ifndef PRINTF_INTMAX_MODIFIER
#   define PRINTF_INTMAX_MODIFIER PRINTF_INT64_MODIFIER
# endif
# ifndef PRINTF_INTMAX_HEX_WIDTH
#  define PRINTF_INTMAX_HEX_WIDTH PRINTF_INT64_HEX_WIDTH
# endif
# ifndef PRINTF_INTMAX_DEC_WIDTH
#  define PRINTF_INTMAX_DEC_WIDTH PRINTF_INT64_DEC_WIDTH
# endif
#else
  typedef int32_t intmax_t;
  typedef uint32_t uintmax_t;
# define  INTMAX_MAX   INT32_MAX
# define UINTMAX_MAX  UINT32_MAX
# define UINTMAX_C(v) UINT32_C(v)
# define  INTMAX_C(v)  INT32_C(v)
# ifndef PRINTF_INTMAX_MODIFIER
#   define PRINTF_INTMAX_MODIFIER PRINTF_INT32_MODIFIER
# endif
# ifndef PRINTF_INTMAX_HEX_WIDTH
#  define PRINTF_INTMAX_HEX_WIDTH PRINTF_INT32_HEX_WIDTH
# endif
# ifndef PRINTF_INTMAX_DEC_WIDTH
#  define PRINTF_INTMAX_DEC_WIDTH PRINTF_INT32_DEC_WIDTH
# endif
#endif

/*
 *  Because this file currently only supports platforms which have
 *  precise powers of 2 as bit sizes for the default integers, the
 *  least definitions are all trivial.  Its possible that a future
 *  version of this file could have different definitions.
 */

#ifndef stdint_least_defined
  typedef   int8_t   int_least8_t;
  typedef  uint8_t  uint_least8_t;
  typedef  int16_t  int_least16_t;
  typedef uint16_t uint_least16_t;
  typedef  int32_t  int_least32_t;
  typedef uint32_t uint_least32_t;
# define PRINTF_LEAST32_MODIFIER PRINTF_INT32_MODIFIER
# define PRINTF_LEAST16_MODIFIER PRINTF_INT16_MODIFIER
# define  UINT_LEAST8_MAX  UINT8_MAX
# define   INT_LEAST8_MAX   INT8_MAX
# define UINT_LEAST16_MAX UINT16_MAX
# define  INT_LEAST16_MAX  INT16_MAX
# define UINT_LEAST32_MAX UINT32_MAX
# define  INT_LEAST32_MAX  INT32_MAX
# define   INT_LEAST8_MIN   INT8_MIN
# define  INT_LEAST16_MIN  INT16_MIN
# define  INT_LEAST32_MIN  INT32_MIN
# ifdef stdint_int64_defined
    typedef  int64_t  int_least64_t;
    typedef uint64_t uint_least64_t;
#   define PRINTF_LEAST64_MODIFIER PRINTF_INT64_MODIFIER
#   define UINT_LEAST64_MAX UINT64_MAX
#   define  INT_LEAST64_MAX  INT64_MAX
#   define  INT_LEAST64_MIN  INT64_MIN
# endif
#endif
#undef stdint_least_defined

/*
 *  The ANSI C committee has defined *int*_fast*_t types as well.  This,
 *  of course, defies rationality -- you can't know what will be fast
 *  just from the type itself.  Even for a given architecture, compatible
 *  implementations might have different performance characteristics.
 *  Developers are warned to stay away from these types when using this
 *  or any other stdint.h.
 */

typedef   int_least8_t   int_fast8_t;
typedef  uint_least8_t  uint_fast8_t;
typedef  int_least16_t  int_fast16_t;
typedef uint_least16_t uint_fast16_t;
typedef  int_least32_t  int_fast32_t;
typedef uint_least32_t uint_fast32_t;
#define  UINT_FAST8_MAX  UINT_LEAST8_MAX
#define   INT_FAST8_MAX   INT_LEAST8_MAX
#define UINT_FAST16_MAX UINT_LEAST16_MAX
#define  INT_FAST16_MAX  INT_LEAST16_MAX
#define UINT_FAST32_MAX UINT_LEAST32_MAX
#define  INT_FAST32_MAX  INT_LEAST32_MAX
#define   INT_FAST8_MIN   INT_LEAST8_MIN
#define  INT_FAST16_MIN  INT_LEAST16_MIN
#define  INT_FAST32_MIN  INT_LEAST32_MIN
#ifdef stdint_int64_defined
  typedef  int_least64_t  int_fast64_t;
  typedef uint_least64_t uint_fast64_t;
# define UINT_FAST64_MAX UINT_LEAST64_MAX
# define  INT_FAST64_MAX  INT_LEAST64_MAX
# define  INT_FAST64_MIN  INT_LEAST64_MIN
#endif

#undef stdint_int64_defined

/*
 *  Whatever piecemeal, per compiler thing we can do about the wchar_t
 *  type limits.
 */

#if defined(__WATCOMC__) || defined(_MSC_VER) || defined (__GNUC__) && !defined(vxWorks)
# include <wchar.h>
# ifndef WCHAR_MIN
#  define WCHAR_MIN 0
# endif
# ifndef WCHAR_MAX
#  define WCHAR_MAX ((wchar_t)-1)
# endif
#endif

/*
 *  Whatever piecemeal, per compiler/platform thing we can do about the
 *  (u)intptr_t types and limits.
 */

#if (defined (_MSC_VER) && defined (_UINTPTR_T_DEFINED)) || defined (_UINTPTR_T)
# define STDINT_H_UINTPTR_T_DEFINED
#endif

#ifndef STDINT_H_UINTPTR_T_DEFINED
# if defined (__alpha__) || defined (__ia64__) || defined (__x86_64__) || defined (_WIN64) || defined (__ppc64__)
#  define stdint_intptr_bits 64
# elif defined (__WATCOMC__) || defined (__TURBOC__)
#  if defined(__TINY__) || defined(__SMALL__) || defined(__MEDIUM__)
#    define stdint_intptr_bits 16
#  else
#    define stdint_intptr_bits 32
#  endif
# elif defined (__i386__) || defined (_WIN32) || defined (WIN32) || defined (__ppc64__)
#  define stdint_intptr_bits 32
# elif defined (__INTEL_COMPILER)
/* TODO -- what did Intel do about x86-64? */
# else
/* #error "This platform might not be supported yet" */
# endif

# ifdef stdint_intptr_bits
#  define stdint_intptr_glue3_i(a,b,c)  a##b##c
#  define stdint_intptr_glue3(a,b,c)    stdint_intptr_glue3_i(a,b,c)
#  ifndef PRINTF_INTPTR_MODIFIER
#    define PRINTF_INTPTR_MODIFIER      stdint_intptr_glue3(PRINTF_INT,stdint_intptr_bits,_MODIFIER)
#  endif
#  ifndef PTRDIFF_MAX
#    define PTRDIFF_MAX                 stdint_intptr_glue3(INT,stdint_intptr_bits,_MAX)
#  endif
#  ifndef PTRDIFF_MIN
#    define PTRDIFF_MIN                 stdint_intptr_glue3(INT,stdint_intptr_bits,_MIN)
#  endif
#  ifndef UINTPTR_MAX
#    define UINTPTR_MAX                 stdint_intptr_glue3(UINT,stdint_intptr_bits,_MAX)
#  endif
#  ifndef INTPTR_MAX
#    define INTPTR_MAX                  stdint_intptr_glue3(INT,stdint_intptr_bits,_MAX)
#  endif
#  ifndef INTPTR_MIN
#    define INTPTR_MIN                  stdint_intptr_glue3(INT,stdint_intptr_bits,_MIN)
#  endif
#  ifndef INTPTR_C
#    define INTPTR_C(x)                 stdint_intptr_glue3(INT,stdint_intptr_bits,_C)(x)
#  endif
#  ifndef UINTPTR_C
#    define UINTPTR_C(x)                stdint_intptr_glue3(UINT,stdint_intptr_bits,_C)(x)
#  endif
  typedef stdint_intptr_glue3(uint,stdint_intptr_bits,_t) uintptr_t;
  typedef stdint_intptr_glue3( int,stdint_intptr_bits,_t)  intptr_t;
# else
/* TODO -- This following is likely wrong for some platforms, and does
   nothing for the definition of uintptr_t. */
  typedef ptrdiff_t intptr_t;
# endif
# define STDINT_H_UINTPTR_T_DEFINED
#endif

/*
 *  Assumes sig_atomic_t is signed and we have a 2s complement machine.
 */

#ifndef SIG_ATOMIC_MAX
# define SIG_ATOMIC_MAX ((((sig_atomic_t) 1) << (sizeof (sig_atomic_t)*CHAR_BIT-1)) - 1)
#endif

#endif

#if defined (__TEST_PSTDINT_FOR_CORRECTNESS)

/*
 *  Please compile with the maximum warning settings to make sure macros are
 *  not defined more than once.
 */

#include <stdlib.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <string.h>

#define glue3_aux(x,y,z) x ## y ## z
#define glue3(x,y,z) glue3_aux(x,y,z)

#define DECLU(bits) glue3(uint,bits,_t) glue3(u,bits,) = glue3(UINT,bits,_C) (0);
#define DECLI(bits) glue3(int,bits,_t) glue3(i,bits,) = glue3(INT,bits,_C) (0);

#define DECL(us,bits) glue3(DECL,us,) (bits)

#define TESTUMAX(bits) glue3(u,bits,) = ~glue3(u,bits,); if (glue3(UINT,bits,_MAX) != glue3(u,bits,)) printf ("Something wrong with UINT%d_MAX\n", bits)

#define REPORTERROR(msg) { err_n++; if (err_first <= 0) err_first = __LINE__; printf msg; }

#define X_SIZE_MAX ((size_t)-1)

int main () {
	int err_n = 0;
	int err_first = 0;
	DECL(I,8)
	DECL(U,8)
	DECL(I,16)
	DECL(U,16)
	DECL(I,32)
	DECL(U,32)
#ifdef INT64_MAX
	DECL(I,64)
	DECL(U,64)
#endif
	intmax_t imax = INTMAX_C(0);
	uintmax_t umax = UINTMAX_C(0);
	char str0[256], str1[256];

	sprintf (str0, "%" PRINTF_INT32_MODIFIER "d", INT32_C(2147483647));
	if (0 != strcmp (str0, "2147483647")) REPORTERROR (("Something wrong with PRINTF_INT32_MODIFIER : %s\n", str0));
	if (atoi(PRINTF_INT32_DEC_WIDTH) != (int) strlen(str0)) REPORTERROR (("Something wrong with PRINTF_INT32_DEC_WIDTH : %s\n", PRINTF_INT32_DEC_WIDTH));
	sprintf (str0, "%" PRINTF_INT32_MODIFIER "u", UINT32_C(4294967295));
	if (0 != strcmp (str0, "4294967295")) REPORTERROR (("Something wrong with PRINTF_INT32_MODIFIER : %s\n", str0));
	if (atoi(PRINTF_UINT32_DEC_WIDTH) != (int) strlen(str0)) REPORTERROR (("Something wrong with PRINTF_UINT32_DEC_WIDTH : %s\n", PRINTF_UINT32_DEC_WIDTH));
#ifdef INT64_MAX
	sprintf (str1, "%" PRINTF_INT64_MODIFIER "d", INT64_C(9223372036854775807));
	if (0 != strcmp (str1, "9223372036854775807")) REPORTERROR (("Something wrong with PRINTF_INT32_MODIFIER : %s\n", str1));
	if (atoi(PRINTF_INT64_DEC_WIDTH) != (int) strlen(str1)) REPORTERROR (("Something wrong with PRINTF_INT64_DEC_WIDTH : %s, %d\n", PRINTF_INT64_DEC_WIDTH, (int) strlen(str1)));
	sprintf (str1, "%" PRINTF_INT64_MODIFIER "u", UINT64_C(18446744073709550591));
	if (0 != strcmp (str1, "18446744073709550591")) REPORTERROR (("Something wrong with PRINTF_INT32_MODIFIER : %s\n", str1));
	if (atoi(PRINTF_UINT64_DEC_WIDTH) != (int) strlen(str1)) REPORTERROR (("Something wrong with PRINTF_UINT64_DEC_WIDTH : %s, %d\n", PRINTF_UINT64_DEC_WIDTH, (int) strlen(str1)));
#endif

	sprintf (str0, "%d %x\n", 0, ~0);

	sprintf (str1, "%d %x\n",  i8, ~0);
	if (0 != strcmp (str0, str1)) REPORTERROR (("Something wrong with i8 : %s\n", str1));
	sprintf (str1, "%u %x\n",  u8, ~0);
	if (0 != strcmp (str0, str1)) REPORTERROR (("Something wrong with u8 : %s\n", str1));
	sprintf (str1, "%d %x\n",  i16, ~0);
	if (0 != strcmp (str0, str1)) REPORTERROR (("Something wrong with i16 : %s\n", str1));
	sprintf (str1, "%u %x\n",  u16, ~0);
	if (0 != strcmp (str0, str1)) REPORTERROR (("Something wrong with u16 : %s\n", str1));
	sprintf (str1, "%" PRINTF_INT32_MODIFIER "d %x\n",  i32, ~0);
	if (0 != strcmp (str0, str1)) REPORTERROR (("Something wrong with i32 : %s\n", str1));
	sprintf (str1, "%" PRINTF_INT32_MODIFIER "u %x\n",  u32, ~0);
	if (0 != strcmp (str0, str1)) REPORTERROR (("Something wrong with u32 : %s\n", str1));
#ifdef INT64_MAX
	sprintf (str1, "%" PRINTF_INT64_MODIFIER "d %x\n",  i64, ~0);
	if (0 != strcmp (str0, str1)) REPORTERROR (("Something wrong with i64 : %s\n", str1));
#endif
	sprintf (str1, "%" PRINTF_INTMAX_MODIFIER "d %x\n",  imax, ~0);
	if (0 != strcmp (str0, str1)) REPORTERROR (("Something wrong with imax : %s\n", str1));
	sprintf (str1, "%" PRINTF_INTMAX_MODIFIER "u %x\n",  umax, ~0);
	if (0 != strcmp (str0, str1)) REPORTERROR (("Something wrong with umax : %s\n", str1));

	TESTUMAX(8);
	TESTUMAX(16);
	TESTUMAX(32);
#ifdef INT64_MAX
	TESTUMAX(64);
#endif

#define STR(v) #v
#define Q(v) printf ("sizeof " STR(v) " = %u\n", (unsigned) sizeof (v));
	if (err_n) {
		printf ("pstdint.h is not correct.  Please use sizes below to correct it:\n");
	}

	Q(int)
	Q(unsigned)
	Q(long int)
	Q(short int)
	Q(int8_t)
	Q(int16_t)
	Q(int32_t)
#ifdef INT64_MAX
	Q(int64_t)
#endif

#if UINT_MAX < X_SIZE_MAX
	printf ("UINT_MAX < X_SIZE_MAX\n");
#else
	printf ("UINT_MAX >= X_SIZE_MAX\n");
#endif
	printf ("%" PRINTF_INT64_MODIFIER "u vs %" PRINTF_INT64_MODIFIER "u\n", UINT_MAX, X_SIZE_MAX);

	return EXIT_SUCCESS;
}

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 *	Declares facilities exported by the "stdlib" portion of the C library.
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 *	that are needed by Tk. This file is needed even on many systems with
 *	their own stdlib.h (e.g. SunOS) because not all stdlib.h files declare
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 * Copyright (c) 1991 The Regents of the University of California.
 * Copyright (c) 1994-1998 Sun Microsystems, Inc.
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#ifndef _STDLIB
#define _STDLIB

#ifndef _TCL
#   include <tcl.h>
#endif

extern void		abort(void);
extern double		atof(const char *string);
extern int		atoi(const char *string);
extern long		atol(const char *string);
extern char *		calloc(unsigned int numElements, unsigned int size);
extern void		exit(int status);
extern int		free(char *blockPtr);
extern char *		getenv(const char *name);
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extern void		qsort(void *base, int n, int size, int (*compar)(
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extern char *		realloc(char *ptr, unsigned int numBytes);
extern double		strtod(const char *string, char **endPtr);
extern long		strtol(const char *string, char **endPtr, int base);
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/*
 * unistd.h --
 *
 *      Macros, constants and prototypes for Posix conformance.
 *
 * Copyright 1989 Regents of the University of California Permission to use,
 * copy, modify, and distribute this software and its documentation for any
 * purpose and without fee is hereby granted, provided that the above
 * copyright notice appear in all copies. The University of California makes
 * no representations about the suitability of this software for any purpose.
 * It is provided "as is" without express or implied warranty.
 */

#ifndef _UNISTD
#define _UNISTD

#include <sys/types.h>
#ifndef _TCL
#   include <tcl.h>
#endif

#ifndef NULL
#define NULL    0
#endif

/*
 * Strict POSIX stuff goes here. Extensions go down below, in the ifndef
 * _POSIX_SOURCE section.
 */

extern void		_exit(int status);
extern int		access(const char *path, int mode);
extern int		chdir(const char *path);
extern int		chown(const char *path, uid_t owner, gid_t group);
extern int		close(int fd);
extern int		dup(int oldfd);
extern int		dup2(int oldfd, int newfd);
extern int		execl(const char *path, ...);
extern int		execle(const char *path, ...);
extern int		execlp(const char *file, ...);
extern int		execv(const char *path, char **argv);
extern int		execve(const char *path, char **argv, char **envp);
extern int		execvp(const char *file, char **argv);
extern pid_t		fork(void);
extern char *		getcwd(char *buf, size_t size);
extern gid_t		getegid(void);
extern uid_t		geteuid(void);
extern gid_t		getgid(void);
extern int		getgroups(int bufSize, int *buffer);
extern pid_t		getpid(void);
extern uid_t		getuid(void);
extern int		isatty(int fd);
extern long		lseek(int fd, long offset, int whence);
extern int		pipe(int *fildes);
extern int		read(int fd, char *buf, size_t size);
extern int		setgid(gid_t group);
extern int		setuid(uid_t user);
extern unsigned		sleep(unsigned seconds);
extern char *		ttyname(int fd);
extern int		unlink(const char *path);
extern int		write(int fd, const char *buf, size_t size);

#ifndef	_POSIX_SOURCE
extern char *		crypt(const char *, const char *);
extern int		fchown(int fd, uid_t owner, gid_t group);
extern int		flock(int fd, int operation);
extern int		ftruncate(int fd, unsigned long length);
extern int		ioctl(int fd, int request, ...);
extern int		readlink(const char *path, char *buf, int bufsize);
extern int		setegid(gid_t group);
extern int		seteuid(uid_t user);
extern int		setreuid(int ruid, int euid);
extern int		symlink(const char *, const char *);
extern int		ttyslot(void);
extern int		truncate(const char *path, unsigned long length);
extern int		vfork(void);
#endif /* _POSIX_SOURCE */

#endif /* _UNISTD */

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    int \fItype\fR;
    const char *\fIargvName\fR;
    const char *\fIdbName\fR;
    const char *\fIdbClass\fR;
    const char *\fIdefValue\fR;
    size_t \fIoffset\fR;
    int \fIspecFlags\fR;
    const Tk_CustomOption *\fIcustomPtr\fR;
} \fBTk_ConfigSpec\fR;
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The \fItype\fR field indicates what type of configuration option this is
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    int \fItype\fR;
    const char *\fIargvName\fR;
    const char *\fIdbName\fR;
    const char *\fIdbClass\fR;
    const char *\fIdefValue\fR;
    int \fIoffset\fR;
    int \fIspecFlags\fR;
    const Tk_CustomOption *\fIcustomPtr\fR;
} \fBTk_ConfigSpec\fR;
.CE
The \fItype\fR field indicates what type of configuration option this is
(e.g. \fBTK_CONFIG_COLOR\fR for a color value, or \fBTK_CONFIG_INT\fR for
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record pointed to by \fIwidgRec\fR.  This record is assumed to
contain information relevant to the manager of the widget;  its exact
type is unknown to \fBTk_ConfigureWidget\fR.  The \fIoffset\fR field
of each \fIspecs\fR entry indicates where in \fIwidgRec\fR to store
the information about this configuration option.  You should use the
\fBoffsetof\fR macro to generate \fIoffset\fR values.  The location

indicated by \fIwidgRec\fR and \fIoffset\fR will be referred to as the
.QW target
in the descriptions below.
.PP
The \fItype\fR field of each entry in \fIspecs\fR determines what
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if \fItype\fR is \fBTK_CONFIG_INT\fR.  This value is then stored in the
record pointed to by \fIwidgRec\fR.  This record is assumed to
contain information relevant to the manager of the widget;  its exact
type is unknown to \fBTk_ConfigureWidget\fR.  The \fIoffset\fR field
of each \fIspecs\fR entry indicates where in \fIwidgRec\fR to store
the information about this configuration option.  You should use the
\fBTk_Offset\fR macro to generate \fIoffset\fR values (see below for
a description of \fBTk_Offset\fR).  The location indicated by
\fIwidgRec\fR and \fIoffset\fR will be referred to as the
.QW target
in the descriptions below.
.PP
The \fItype\fR field of each entry in \fIspecs\fR determines what
to do with the string value of that configuration option.  The
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be used.  Each \fIspecs\fR entry will have one of more of those
bits set in its \fIspecFlags\fR field to indicate the widget types
for which this entry is valid.  When calling \fBTk_ConfigureWidget\fR,
\fIflags\fR will have a single one of these bits set to select the
entries for the desired widget type.  For a working example of
this feature, see the code in tkButton.c.







.SH TK_CONFIGUREINFO
.PP
The \fBTk_ConfigureInfo\fR procedure may be used to obtain
information about one or all of the options for a given widget.
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be used.  Each \fIspecs\fR entry will have one of more of those
bits set in its \fIspecFlags\fR field to indicate the widget types
for which this entry is valid.  When calling \fBTk_ConfigureWidget\fR,
\fIflags\fR will have a single one of these bits set to select the
entries for the desired widget type.  For a working example of
this feature, see the code in tkButton.c.
.SH TK_OFFSET
.PP
The \fBTk_Offset\fR macro is provided as a safe way of generating
the \fIoffset\fR values for entries in Tk_ConfigSpec structures.
It takes two arguments:  the name of a type of record, and the
name of a field in that record.  It returns the byte offset of
the named field in records of the given type.
.SH TK_CONFIGUREINFO
.PP
The \fBTk_ConfigureInfo\fR procedure may be used to obtain
information about one or all of the options for a given widget.
Given a token for a window (\fItkwin\fR), a table describing the
configuration options for a class of widgets (\fIspecs\fR), a
pointer to a widget record containing the current information for

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'\" Copyright (c) 1994 The Regents of the University of California.
'\" Copyright (c) 1994-1997 Sun Microsystems, Inc.
'\"
'\" See the file "license.terms" for information on usage and redistribution
'\" of this file, and for a DISCLAIMER OF ALL WARRANTIES.
'\"
.TH Tk_CreateImageType 3 8.5 Tk "Tk Library Procedures"
.so man.macros
.BS
.SH NAME
Tk_CreateImageType, Tk_GetImageModelData, Tk_InitImageArgs \- define new kind of image
.SH SYNOPSIS
.nf
\fB#include <tk.h>\fR
.sp
\fBTk_CreateImageType\fR(\fItypePtr\fR)
.sp
ClientData




\fBTk_GetImageModelData\fR(\fIinterp, name, typePtrPtr\fR)

.sp
\fBTk_InitImageArgs\fR(\fIinterp, argc, argvPtr\fR)
.SH ARGUMENTS
.AS "const Tk_ImageType" *typePtrPtr
.AP "const Tk_ImageType" *typePtr in
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'\" Copyright (c) 1994 The Regents of the University of California.
'\" Copyright (c) 1994-1997 Sun Microsystems, Inc.
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'\" of this file, and for a DISCLAIMER OF ALL WARRANTIES.
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.TH Tk_CreateImageType 3 8.5 Tk "Tk Library Procedures"
.so man.macros
.BS
.SH NAME
Tk_CreateImageType, Tk_GetImageMasterData, Tk_GetImageModelData, Tk_InitImageArgs \- define new kind of image
.SH SYNOPSIS
.nf
\fB#include <tk.h>\fR
.sp
\fBTk_CreateImageType\fR(\fItypePtr\fR)
.sp
ClientData
\fBTk_GetImageMasterData\fR(\fIinterp, name, typePtrPtr\fR)
.sp
.VS "TIP 581"
ClientData
\fBTk_GetImageModelData\fR(\fIinterp, name, typePtrPtr\fR)
.VE "TIP 581"
.sp
\fBTk_InitImageArgs\fR(\fIinterp, argc, argvPtr\fR)
.SH ARGUMENTS
.AS "const Tk_ImageType" *typePtrPtr
.AP "const Tk_ImageType" *typePtr in
Structure that defines the new type of image.
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        Tcl_Interp *\fIinterp\fR,
        const char *\fIname\fR,
        int \fIobjc\fR,
        Tcl_Obj *const \fIobjv\fR[],
        const Tk_ImageType *\fItypePtr\fR,
        Tk_ImageModel \fImodel\fR,
        ClientData *\fImodelDataPtr\fR);
.CE
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command was invoked, and \fIname\fR is the name for the new image,
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        Tcl_Interp *\fIinterp\fR,
        const char *\fIname\fR,
        int \fIobjc\fR,
        Tcl_Obj *const \fIobjv\fR[],
        const Tk_ImageType *\fItypePtr\fR,
        Tk_ImageMaster \fImodel\fR,
        ClientData *\fImodelDataPtr\fR);
.CE
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command was invoked, and \fIname\fR is the name for the new image,
which was either specified explicitly in the \fBimage\fR command
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The \fImodelData\fR argument will be the same as the value
stored in \fI*modelDataPtr\fR by \fIcreateProc\fR when the
image was created.
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the image.
.SH TK_GETIMAGEMODELDATA
.PP
The procedure \fBTk_GetImageModelData\fR may be invoked to retrieve
information about an image.  For example, an image manager can use this
procedure to locate its image model data for an image.
If there exists an image named \fIname\fR
in the interpreter given by \fIinterp\fR, then \fI*typePtrPtr\fR is
filled in with type information for the image (the \fItypePtr\fR value
passed to \fBTk_CreateImageType\fR when the image type was registered)
and the return value is the ClientData value returned by the
\fIcreateProc\fR when the image was created (this is typically a
pointer to the image model data structure).  If no such image exists
then NULL is returned and NULL is stored at \fI*typePtrPtr\fR.




.SH "LEGACY INTERFACE SUPPORT"
.PP
In Tk 8.2 and earlier, the definition of \fBTk_ImageCreateProc\fR
was incompatibly different, with the following prototype:
.CS
typedef int \fBTk_ImageCreateProc\fR(
        Tcl_Interp *\fIinterp\fR,
        char *\fIname\fR,
        int \fIargc\fR,
        char **\fIargv\fR,
        Tk_ImageType *\fItypePtr\fR,
        Tk_ImageModel \fImodel\fR,
        ClientData *\fImodelDataPtr\fR);
.CE
Legacy programs and libraries dating from those days may still
contain code that defines extended Tk image types using the old
interface.  The Tk header file will still support this legacy
interface if the code is compiled with the macro \fBUSE_OLD_IMAGE\fR
defined.




.PP
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see the routine \fBTk_InitImageArgs\fR in use.  This was a migration
tool used to create stub-enabled extensions that could be loaded
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stored in \fI*modelDataPtr\fR by \fIcreateProc\fR when the
image was created.
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the image.
.SH TK_GETIMAGEMODELDATA
.PP
The procedure \fBTk_GetImageMasterData\fR may be invoked to retrieve
information about an image.  For example, an image manager can use this
procedure to locate its image model data for an image.
If there exists an image named \fIname\fR
in the interpreter given by \fIinterp\fR, then \fI*typePtrPtr\fR is
filled in with type information for the image (the \fItypePtr\fR value
passed to \fBTk_CreateImageType\fR when the image type was registered)
and the return value is the ClientData value returned by the
\fIcreateProc\fR when the image was created (this is typically a
pointer to the image model data structure).  If no such image exists
then NULL is returned and NULL is stored at \fI*typePtrPtr\fR.
.PP
.VS "TIP 581"
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.VE "TIP 581"
.SH "LEGACY INTERFACE SUPPORT"
.PP
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was incompatibly different, with the following prototype:
.CS
typedef int \fBTk_ImageCreateProc\fR(
        Tcl_Interp *\fIinterp\fR,
        char *\fIname\fR,
        int \fIargc\fR,
        char **\fIargv\fR,
        Tk_ImageType *\fItypePtr\fR,
        Tk_ImageMaster \fImodel\fR,
        ClientData *\fImodelDataPtr\fR);
.CE
Legacy programs and libraries dating from those days may still
contain code that defines extended Tk image types using the old
interface.  The Tk header file will still support this legacy
interface if the code is compiled with the macro \fBUSE_OLD_IMAGE\fR
defined.
.PP
.VS "TIP 581"
\fITk_ImageModel\fR is synonym for \fITk_ImageMaster\fR
.VE "TIP 581"
.PP
When the \fBUSE_OLD_IMAGE\fR legacy support is enabled, you may
see the routine \fBTk_InitImageArgs\fR in use.  This was a migration
tool used to create stub-enabled extensions that could be loaded
into interps containing all versions of Tk 8.1 and later.  Tk 8.5 no longer
provides this routine, but uses a macro to convert any attempted
calls of this routine into an empty comment.  Any stub-enabled

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    size_t \fIitemSize\fR;
    Tk_ItemCreateProc *\fIcreateProc\fR;
    const Tk_ConfigSpec *\fIconfigSpecs\fR;
    Tk_ItemConfigureProc *\fIconfigProc\fR;
    Tk_ItemCoordProc *\fIcoordProc\fR;
    Tk_ItemDeleteProc *\fIdeleteProc\fR;
    Tk_ItemDisplayProc *\fIdisplayProc\fR;
    int \fIalwaysRedraw\fR;
    Tk_ItemPointProc *\fIpointProc\fR;
    Tk_ItemAreaProc *\fIareaProc\fR;
    Tk_ItemPostscriptProc *\fIpostscriptProc\fR;
    Tk_ItemScaleProc *\fIscaleProc\fR;
    Tk_ItemTranslateProc *\fItranslateProc\fR;
    Tk_ItemIndexProc *\fIindexProc\fR;
    Tk_ItemCursorProc *\fIicursorProc\fR;
    Tk_ItemSelectionProc *\fIselectionProc\fR;
    Tk_ItemInsertProc *\fIinsertProc\fR;
    Tk_ItemDCharsProc *\fIdCharsProc\fR;
    Tk_ItemType *\fInextPtr\fR;
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    Tk_ItemRotateProc *\fIrotateProc\fR;
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.CE
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    const char *\fIname\fR;
    int \fIitemSize\fR;
    Tk_ItemCreateProc *\fIcreateProc\fR;
    const Tk_ConfigSpec *\fIconfigSpecs\fR;
    Tk_ItemConfigureProc *\fIconfigProc\fR;
    Tk_ItemCoordProc *\fIcoordProc\fR;
    Tk_ItemDeleteProc *\fIdeleteProc\fR;
    Tk_ItemDisplayProc *\fIdisplayProc\fR;
    int \fIalwaysRedraw\fR;
    Tk_ItemPointProc *\fIpointProc\fR;
    Tk_ItemAreaProc *\fIareaProc\fR;
    Tk_ItemPostscriptProc *\fIpostscriptProc\fR;
    Tk_ItemScaleProc *\fIscaleProc\fR;
    Tk_ItemTranslateProc *\fItranslateProc\fR;
    Tk_ItemIndexProc *\fIindexProc\fR;
    Tk_ItemCursorProc *\fIicursorProc\fR;
    Tk_ItemSelectionProc *\fIselectionProc\fR;
    Tk_ItemInsertProc *\fIinsertProc\fR;
    Tk_ItemDCharsProc *\fIdCharsProc\fR;
    Tk_ItemType *\fInextPtr\fR;



} \fBTk_ItemType\fR;
.CE
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and \fIdeltaX\fR and \fIdeltaY\fR give the amounts that should be
added to each x and y coordinate within the item.
The type manager should adjust the item's coordinates and
update the bounding box in the item's header.
.SS ROTATEPROC
.VS "8.7, TIP164"
.PP
\fItypePtr\->rotateProc\fR is invoked by Tk to rotate a canvas item
during the \fBrotate\fR widget command.
The procedure must match the following prototype:
.PP
.CS
typedef void \fBTk_ItemRotateProc\fR(
        Tk_Canvas \fIcanvas\fR,
        Tk_Item *\fIitemPtr\fR,
        double \fIoriginX\fR,
        double \fIoriginY\fR,
        double \fIangleRad\fR);
.CE
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The \fIcanvas\fR and \fIitemPtr\fR arguments have the usual meaning.
\fIoriginX\fR and \fIoriginY\fR specify an origin relative to which
the item is to be rotated, and \fIangleRad\fR gives the anticlockwise
rotation to be applied in radians.
The item should adjust the coordinates of its control points so that where
they used to have coordinates \fIx\fR and \fIy\fR, they will have new
coordinates \fIx\(fm\fR and \fIy\(fm\fR, where
.PP
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\fIrelX\fR = \fIx\fR - \fIoriginX\fR
\fIrelY\fR = \fIy\fR - \fIoriginY\fR
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The control points for an item are not necessarily the coordinates provided to
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.TH Tk_CreateEventHandler 3 "" Tk "Tk Library Procedures"
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.BS
.SH NAME
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.SH SYNOPSIS
.nf
\fB#include <tk.h>\fR
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\fBTk_CreateEventHandler\fR(\fItkwin, mask, proc, clientData\fR)
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.SH ARGUMENTS
.AS "unsigned long" clientData
.AP unsigned button in
Button number.
.AP "const char" *eventName in
The name of the virtual event.
.AP Tcl_Obj *detail in
Detail information for the virtual event.
.AP Tk_Window tkwin in
Token for window in which events may occur.
.AP "unsigned long" mask in
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.TH Tk_CreateEventHandler 3 "" Tk "Tk Library Procedures"
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.BS
.SH NAME
Tk_CreateEventHandler, Tk_DeleteEventHandler \- associate procedure callback with an X event
.SH SYNOPSIS
.nf
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.AP Tk_Window tkwin in
Token for window in which events may occur.
.AP "unsigned long" mask in
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.PP
If multiple handlers are declared for the same type of X event
on the same window, then the handlers will be invoked in the
order they were created.
.PP
\fBTk_GetButtonMask\fR returns the button mask corresponding to
the button. E.g it will return \fIButton1Mask\fR for button \fIButton1\fR.
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.SH DESCRIPTION
.PP
The default allocator for resource identifiers provided by Xlib is very
simple-minded and does not allow resource identifiers to be re-used.
If a long-running application reaches the end of the resource id
space, it will generate an X protocol error and crash.
Tk replaces the default id allocator with its own allocator, which
allows identifiers to be reused.
In order for this to work, \fBTk_FreeXId\fR must be called to
tell the allocator about resources that have been freed.
Tk automatically calls \fBTk_FreeXId\fR whenever it frees a
resource, so if you use procedures like \fBTk_GetFont\fR,
\fBTk_GetGC\fR, and \fBTk_GetPixmap\fR then you need not call
\fBTk_FreeXId\fR.
However, if you allocate resources directly from Xlib, for example
by calling \fBXCreatePixmap\fR, then you should call \fBTk_FreeXId\fR
when you call the corresponding Xlib free procedure, such as
\fBXFreePixmap\fR.
If you do not call \fBTk_FreeXId\fR then the resource identifier will
be lost, which could cause problems if the application runs long enough
to lose all of the available identifiers.
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.TH Tk_AllocFontFromObj 3 8.1 Tk "Tk Library Procedures"
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.BS
.SH NAME
Tk_AllocFontFromObj, Tk_GetFont, Tk_GetFontFromObj, Tk_NameOfFont, Tk_FontGetDescription, Tk_FreeFontFromObj, Tk_FreeFont \- maintain database of fonts
.SH SYNOPSIS
.nf
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.TH Tk_AllocFontFromObj 3 8.1 Tk "Tk Library Procedures"
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.BS
.SH NAME
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.SH SYNOPSIS
.nf
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windows or for different purposes), then a single Tk_Font will be
shared for all uses.  The underlying resources will be freed automatically
when no-one is using the font anymore.
.PP
The procedure \fBTk_FontGetDescription\fR returns information about the font
description as a Tcl list. One possible result is "{{DejaVu Sans} -16 bold underline}".
.PP
The procedure \fBTk_NameOfFont\fR is roughly the inverse of
\fBTk_GetFont\fR.  Given a \fItkfont\fR that was created by
\fBTk_GetFont\fR (or \fBTk_AllocFontFromObj\fR), the return value is
the \fIstring\fR argument that was
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windows or for different purposes), then a single Tk_Font will be
shared for all uses.  The underlying resources will be freed automatically
when no-one is using the font anymore.
.PP



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\fBTk_GetFont\fR.  Given a \fItkfont\fR that was created by
\fBTk_GetFont\fR (or \fBTk_AllocFontFromObj\fR), the return value is
the \fIstring\fR argument that was
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.SH NAME
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.SH SYNOPSIS
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.SH SYNOPSIS
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\fBTk_GetPixelsFromObj\fR caches information about the return
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\fBTk_GetPixelsFromObj\fR with the same \fIobjPtr\fR.
.PP
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except it returns a double not rounded to the nearest integer.
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\fBTk_GetPixels\fR is identical to \fBTk_GetPixelsFromObj\fR except
that the screen distance is specified with a string instead
of an object.  This prevents \fBTk_GetPixels\fR from caching the
return value, so \fBTk_GetPixels\fR is less efficient than
\fBTk_GetPixelsFromObj\fR.
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\fBTk_GetPixelsFromObj\fR and \fBTk_GetPixels\fR (respectively) except
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\fBTk_GetMMFromObj\fR and \fBTk_GetScreenMM\fR are similar to
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\fBTk_GetScrollInfo\fR is identical in function to
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.SH KEYWORDS
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its \fIcreateProc\fR to specify the image's initial size and to
force redisplay if there are existing instances for the image.
If any of the pixel values in the image should change later on,
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the image are notified so that they can redisplay themselves
appropriately.
The \fImodel\fR argument identifies the image, and
\fIx\fR, \fIy\fR, \fIwidth\fR, and \fIheight\fR
specify a rectangular region within the image that needs to
be redrawn.
\fIimageWidth\fR and \fIimageHeight\fR specify the image's (new) size.
.PP
.VS "TIP 581"
\fITk_ImageModel\fR is synonym for \fITk_ImageMaster\fR
.VE "TIP 581"
.PP
An image manager should call \fBTk_ImageChanged\fR during
its \fIcreateProc\fR to specify the image's initial size and to
force redisplay if there are existing instances for the image.
If any of the pixel values in the image should change later on,
\fBTk_ImageChanged\fR should be called again with \fIx\fR, \fIy\fR,
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.CS
typedef struct {
    const char *\fIname\fR;
    Tk_GeomRequestProc *\fIrequestProc\fR;
    Tk_GeomLostContentProc *\fIlostContentProc\fR;
} \fBTk_GeomMgr\fR;
.CE
The \fIname\fR field is the textual name for the geometry manager,
such as \fBpack\fR or \fBplace\fR;  this value will be returned
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.CS
typedef struct {
    const char *\fIname\fR;
    Tk_GeomRequestProc *\fIrequestProc\fR;
    Tk_GeomLostSlaveProc *\fIlostSlaveProc\fR;
} \fBTk_GeomMgr\fR;
.CE
The \fIname\fR field is the textual name for the geometry manager,
such as \fBpack\fR or \fBplace\fR;  this value will be returned
by the command \fBwinfo manager\fR.
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corresponding parameters passed to \fBTk_ManageGeometry\fR.
\fIclientData\fR usually points to a data
structure containing application-specific information about
how to manage \fItkwin\fR's geometry.
.PP
The \fIlostContentProc\fR field of \fImgrPtr\fR points to another
procedure in the geometry manager.
Tk will invoke \fIlostContentProc\fR if some other manager
calls \fBTk_ManageGeometry\fR to claim
\fItkwin\fR away from the current geometry manager.
\fIlostContentProc\fR is not invoked if \fBTk_ManageGeometry\fR is
called with a NULL value for \fImgrPtr\fR (presumably the current
geometry manager has made this call, so it already knows that the
window is no longer managed), nor is it called if \fImgrPtr\fR
is the same as the window's current geometry manager.
\fIlostContentProc\fR should have
arguments and results that match the following prototype:
.CS
typedef void \fBTk_GeomLostContentProc\fR(
        ClientData \fIclientData\fR,
        Tk_Window \fItkwin\fR);
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The parameters to \fIrequestProc\fR will be identical to the
corresponding parameters passed to \fBTk_ManageGeometry\fR.
\fIclientData\fR usually points to a data
structure containing application-specific information about
how to manage \fItkwin\fR's geometry.
.PP
The \fIlostSlaveProc\fR field of \fImgrPtr\fR points to another
procedure in the geometry manager.
Tk will invoke \fIlostSlaveProc\fR if some other manager
calls \fBTk_ManageGeometry\fR to claim
\fItkwin\fR away from the current geometry manager.
\fIlostSlaveProc\fR is not invoked if \fBTk_ManageGeometry\fR is
called with a NULL value for \fImgrPtr\fR (presumably the current
geometry manager has made this call, so it already knows that the
window is no longer managed), nor is it called if \fImgrPtr\fR
is the same as the window's current geometry manager.
\fIlostSlaveProc\fR should have
arguments and results that match the following prototype:
.CS
typedef void \fBTk_GeomLostSlaveProc\fR(
        ClientData \fIclientData\fR,
        Tk_Window \fItkwin\fR);
.CE
The parameters to \fIlostSlaveProc\fR will be identical to the
corresponding parameters passed to \fBTk_ManageGeometry\fR.
.SH KEYWORDS
callback, geometry, managed, request, unmanaged

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.SH NAME
Tk_NameOfImage \- Return name of image.
.SH SYNOPSIS
.nf
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\fBTk_NameOfImage\fR(\fIimageModel\fR)
.SH ARGUMENTS
.AS Tk_ImageModel imageModel
.AP Tk_ImageModel imageModel in
Token for image, which was passed to image manager's \fIcreateProc\fR when
the image was created.
.BE
.SH DESCRIPTION
.PP
This procedure is invoked by image managers to find out the name
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.SH NAME
Tk_NameOfImage \- Return name of image.
.SH SYNOPSIS
.nf
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const char *
\fBTk_NameOfImage\fR(\fIimageMaster\fR)
.SH ARGUMENTS
.AS Tk_ImageMaster imageMaster
.AP Tk_ImageMaster imageMaster in
Token for image, which was passed to image manager's \fIcreateProc\fR when
the image was created.
.BE
.SH DESCRIPTION
.PP
This procedure is invoked by image managers to find out the name
of an image.  Given the token for the image, it returns the
string name for the image.
.PP
.VS "TIP 581"
\fITk_ImageModel\fR is synonym for \fITk_ImageMaster\fR
.VE "TIP 581"
.SH KEYWORDS
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.PP
The \fIargTable\fR array specifies the kinds of arguments that are
expected;  each of its entries has the following structure:
.CS
typedef struct {
    const char *\fIkey\fR;
    int \fItype\fR;
    void *\fIsrc\fR;
    void *\fIdst\fR;
    const char *\fIhelp\fR;
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expected;  each of its entries has the following structure:
.CS
typedef struct {
    const char *\fIkey\fR;
    int \fItype\fR;
    char *\fIsrc\fR;
    char *\fIdst\fR;
    const char *\fIhelp\fR;
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Boolean exec = FALSE;

/*
 * Define option descriptions.
 */
Tk_ArgvInfo argTable[] = {
    {"\-X", TK_ARGV_CONSTANT, (char *) 1, &debugFlag,
        "Turn on debugging printfs"},
    {"\-N", TK_ARGV_INT, NULL, &numReps,
        "Number of repetitions"},
    {"\-of", TK_ARGV_STRING, NULL, &fileName,
        "Name of file for output"},
    {"x", TK_ARGV_REST, NULL, &exec,
        "File to exec, followed by any arguments (must be last argument)."},
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Boolean exec = FALSE;

/*
 * Define option descriptions.
 */
Tk_ArgvInfo argTable[] = {
    {"\-X", TK_ARGV_CONSTANT, (char *) 1, (char *) &debugFlag,
        "Turn on debugging printfs"},
    {"\-N", TK_ARGV_INT, NULL, (char *) &numReps,
        "Number of repetitions"},
    {"\-of", TK_ARGV_STRING, NULL, (char *) &fileName,
        "Name of file for output"},
    {"x", TK_ARGV_REST, NULL, (char *) &exec,
        "File to exec, followed by any arguments (must be last argument)."},
    {NULL, TK_ARGV_END, NULL, NULL,
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\fBTk_SetClassProcs\fR is called to register a set of procedures that
are used as callbacks in different places.
.PP
The structure pointed to by \fIprocs\fR contains the following:
.CS
typedef struct Tk_ClassProcs {
    size_t \fIsize\fR;
    Tk_ClassWorldChangedProc *\fIworldChangedProc\fR;
    Tk_ClassCreateProc *\fIcreateProc\fR;
    Tk_ClassModalProc *\fImodalProc\fR;
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\fBTk_SetClassProcs\fR is called to register a set of procedures that
are used as callbacks in different places.
.PP
The structure pointed to by \fIprocs\fR contains the following:
.CS
typedef struct Tk_ClassProcs {
    unsigned int \fIsize\fR;
    Tk_ClassWorldChangedProc *\fIworldChangedProc\fR;
    Tk_ClassCreateProc *\fIcreateProc\fR;
    Tk_ClassModalProc *\fImodalProc\fR;
} \fBTk_ClassProcs\fR;
.CE
The \fIsize\fR field is used to simplify future expansion of the
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'\" Copyright (c) 1998 Sun Microsystems, Inc.
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'\" of this file, and for a DISCLAIMER OF ALL WARRANTIES.
'\"
.TH Tk_SetOptions 3 8.1 Tk "Tk Library Procedures"
.so man.macros
.BS
.SH NAME
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.SH SYNOPSIS
.nf
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.TH Tk_SetOptions 3 8.1 Tk "Tk Library Procedures"
.so man.macros
.BS
.SH NAME
Tk_CreateOptionTable, Tk_DeleteOptionTable, Tk_InitOptions, Tk_SetOptions, Tk_FreeSavedOptions, Tk_RestoreSavedOptions, Tk_GetOptionValue,  Tk_GetOptionInfo, Tk_FreeConfigOptions, Tk_Offset \- process configuration options
.SH SYNOPSIS
.nf
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.SH ARGUMENTS
.AS Tk_SavedOptions "*const objv[]" in/out
.AP Tcl_Interp *interp in
A Tcl interpreter.  Most procedures use this only for returning error
messages; if it is NULL then no error messages are returned.  For
\fBTk_CreateOptionTable\fR the value cannot be NULL; it gives the
interpreter in which the option table will be used.
.AP "const Tk_OptionSpec" *templatePtr in
Points to an array of static information that describes the configuration
options that are supported.  Used to build a Tk_OptionTable.  The information
pointed to by this argument must exist for the lifetime of the Tk_OptionTable.
.AP Tk_OptionTable optionTable in
Token for an option table.  Must have been returned by a previous call
to \fBTk_CreateOptionTable\fR.
.AP void *recordPtr in/out
Points to structure in which values of configuration options are stored;
fields of this record are modified by procedures such as \fBTk_SetOptions\fR
and read by procedures such as \fBTk_GetOptionValue\fR.
.AP Tk_Window tkwin in
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\fBTk_FreeConfigOptions(\fIrecordPtr, optionTable, tkwin\fB)\fR
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.SH ARGUMENTS
.AS Tk_SavedOptions "*const objv[]" in/out
.AP Tcl_Interp *interp in
A Tcl interpreter.  Most procedures use this only for returning error
messages; if it is NULL then no error messages are returned.  For
\fBTk_CreateOptionTable\fR the value cannot be NULL; it gives the
interpreter in which the option table will be used.
.AP "const Tk_OptionSpec" *templatePtr in
Points to an array of static information that describes the configuration
options that are supported.  Used to build a Tk_OptionTable.  The information
pointed to by this argument must exist for the lifetime of the Tk_OptionTable.
.AP Tk_OptionTable optionTable in
Token for an option table.  Must have been returned by a previous call
to \fBTk_CreateOptionTable\fR.
.AP char *recordPtr in/out
Points to structure in which values of configuration options are stored;
fields of this record are modified by procedures such as \fBTk_SetOptions\fR
and read by procedures such as \fBTk_GetOptionValue\fR.
.AP Tk_Window tkwin in
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is returned and an error message is left in \fIinterp\fR's result unless
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.PP
\fBTk_FreeConfigOptions\fR must be invoked when a widget is deleted.
It frees all of the resources associated with any of the configuration
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.SH "TEMPLATES"
.PP
The array of Tk_OptionSpec structures passed to \fBTk_CreateOptionTable\fR
via its \fItemplatePtr\fR argument describes the configuration options
supported by a particular class of widgets.  Each structure specifies
one configuration option and has the following fields:
.CS
typedef struct {
    Tk_OptionType \fItype\fR;
    const char *\fIoptionName\fR;
    const char *\fIdbName\fR;
    const char *\fIdbClass\fR;
    const char *\fIdefValue\fR;
    size_t \fIobjOffset\fR;
    size_t \fIinternalOffset\fR;
    int \fIflags\fR;
    const void *\fIclientData\fR;
    int \fItypeMask\fR;
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.PP
\fBTk_FreeConfigOptions\fR must be invoked when a widget is deleted.
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options defined in \fIrecordPtr\fR by \fIoptionTable\fR.
.PP
The \fBTk_Offset\fR macro is provided as a safe way of generating the
\fIobjOffset\fR and \fIinternalOffset\fR values for entries in
Tk_OptionSpec structures.  It takes two arguments: the name of a type
of record, and the name of a field in that record. It returns the byte
offset of the named field in records of the given type.
.SH "TEMPLATES"
.PP
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via its \fItemplatePtr\fR argument describes the configuration options
supported by a particular class of widgets.  Each structure specifies
one configuration option and has the following fields:
.CS
typedef struct {
    Tk_OptionType \fItype\fR;
    const char *\fIoptionName\fR;
    const char *\fIdbName\fR;
    const char *\fIdbClass\fR;
    const char *\fIdefValue\fR;
    int \fIobjOffset\fR;
    int \fIinternalOffset\fR;
    int \fIflags\fR;
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    int \fItypeMask\fR;
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specifies a default value for this configuration option if no
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\fIinternalOffset\fR fields indicate where to store the value of this
option in widget records (more on this below); values for the \fIobjOffset\fR
and \fIinternalOffset\fR fields should always be generated with the
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specifies a default value for this configuration option if no
value is specified in the option database.  The \fIobjOffset\fR and
\fIinternalOffset\fR fields indicate where to store the value of this
option in widget records (more on this below); values for the \fIobjOffset\fR
and \fIinternalOffset\fR fields should always be generated with the
\fBTk_Offset\fR macro.
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to control the processing of this configuration option (see below
for details).
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by certain types.  For instance, for \fBTK_OPTION_COLOR\fR types,
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.TH Tk_WindowId 3 "8.4" Tk "Tk Library Procedures"
.so man.macros
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.SH NAME
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'\"
'\" Copyright (c) 1990-1993 The Regents of the University of California.
'\" Copyright (c) 1994-1997 Sun Microsystems, Inc.
'\"
'\" See the file "license.terms" for information on usage and redistribution
'\" of this file, and for a DISCLAIMER OF ALL WARRANTIES.
'\"
.TH Tk_WindowId 3 "8.4" Tk "Tk Library Procedures"
.so man.macros
.BS
.SH NAME
Tk_WindowId, Tk_Parent, Tk_Display, Tk_DisplayName, Tk_ScreenNumber, Tk_Screen, Tk_X, Tk_Y, Tk_Width, Tk_Height, Tk_Changes, Tk_Attributes, Tk_IsContainer, Tk_IsEmbedded, Tk_IsMapped, Tk_IsTopLevel, Tk_ReqWidth, Tk_ReqHeight, Tk_MinReqWidth, Tk_MinReqHeight, Tk_InternalBorderLeft, Tk_InternalBorderRight, Tk_InternalBorderTop, Tk_InternalBorderBottom, Tk_Visual, Tk_Depth, Tk_Colormap, Tk_Interp  \- retrieve information from Tk's local data structure
.SH SYNOPSIS
.nf
\fB#include <tk.h>\fR
.sp
Window
\fBTk_WindowId\fR(\fItkwin\fR)
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Tk_Window
\fBTk_Parent\fR(\fItkwin\fR)
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Display *
\fBTk_Display\fR(\fItkwin\fR)
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const char *
\fBTk_DisplayName\fR(\fItkwin\fR)
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Screen *
\fBTk_Screen\fR(\fItkwin\fR)
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\fBTk_Depth\fR(\fItkwin\fR)
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\fBTk_Interp\fR(\fItkwin\fR)
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Tcl_Obj *
\fBTk_NewWindowObj\fR(\fItkwin\fR)
.SH ARGUMENTS
.AS Tk_Window tkwin
.AP Tk_Window tkwin in
Token for window.
.BE
.SH DESCRIPTION
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\fBTk_Depth\fR(\fItkwin\fR)
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.SH ARGUMENTS
.AS Tk_Window tkwin
.AP Tk_Window tkwin in
Token for window.
.BE
.SH DESCRIPTION
.PP
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.PP
\fBTk_Display\fR returns a pointer to the Xlib display structure
corresponding to \fItkwin\fR.  \fBTk_DisplayName\fR returns an
ASCII string identifying \fItkwin\fR's display.  \fBTk_ScreenNumber\fR
returns the index of \fItkwin\fR's screen among all the screens
of \fItkwin\fR's display.  \fBTk_Screen\fR returns a pointer to
the Xlib structure corresponding to \fItkwin\fR's screen.
\fBTk_AlwaysShowSelection\fR indicates whether text/entry widgets
should always display their selection, regardless of window focus.
.PP
\fBTk_X\fR, \fBTk_Y\fR, \fBTk_Width\fR, and \fBTk_Height\fR
return information about \fItkwin's\fR location within its
parent and its size.  The location information refers to the
upper-left pixel in the window, or its border if there is one.
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\fBTk_Display\fR returns a pointer to the Xlib display structure
corresponding to \fItkwin\fR.  \fBTk_DisplayName\fR returns an
ASCII string identifying \fItkwin\fR's display.  \fBTk_ScreenNumber\fR
returns the index of \fItkwin\fR's screen among all the screens
of \fItkwin\fR's display.  \fBTk_Screen\fR returns a pointer to
the Xlib structure corresponding to \fItkwin\fR's screen.


.PP
\fBTk_X\fR, \fBTk_Y\fR, \fBTk_Width\fR, and \fBTk_Height\fR
return information about \fItkwin's\fR location within its
parent and its size.  The location information refers to the
upper-left pixel in the window, or its border if there is one.
The width and height information refers to the interior size
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information about the visual characteristics of a window.
\fBTk_Visual\fR returns the visual type for
the window, \fBTk_Depth\fR returns the number of bits per pixel,
and \fBTk_Colormap\fR returns the current
colormap for the window.  The visual characteristics are
normally set from the defaults for the window's screen, but
they may be overridden by calling \fBTk_SetWindowVisual\fR.
.PP
\fBTk_NewWindowObj\fR creates a new \fBTcl_Obj\fR from the window.
.SH KEYWORDS
attributes, colormap, depth, display, height, geometry manager,
identifier, mapped, requested size, screen, top-level,
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information about the visual characteristics of a window.
\fBTk_Visual\fR returns the visual type for
the window, \fBTk_Depth\fR returns the number of bits per pixel,
and \fBTk_Colormap\fR returns the current
colormap for the window.  The visual characteristics are
normally set from the defaults for the window's screen, but
they may be overridden by calling \fBTk_SetWindowVisual\fR.


.SH KEYWORDS
attributes, colormap, depth, display, height, geometry manager,
identifier, mapped, requested size, screen, top-level,
visual, width, window, x, y

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the window.
Although the \fBbindtags\fR command may be used to assign an
arbitrary set of binding tags to a window, the default binding
tags provide the following behavior:
.IP \(bu 3
If a tag is the name of an internal window the binding applies
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.IP \(bu 3
If the tag is the name of a toplevel window the binding applies
to the toplevel window and all its internal windows.
.IP \(bu 3
If the tag is the name of a class of widgets, such as \fBButton\fR,
the binding applies to all widgets in that class;
.IP \(bu 3
If \fItag\fR has the value \fBall\fR,
the binding applies to all windows in the application.
.SH "EVENT PATTERNS"
.PP
The \fIsequence\fR argument specifies a sequence of one or more
event patterns, with optional white space between the patterns.  Each
event pattern may
take one of three forms.  In the simplest case it is a single
printing ASCII character, such as \fBa\fR or \fB[\fR.  The character
may not be a space character or the character \fB<\fR.  This form of
pattern matches a \fBKey\fR event for the particular
character.  The second form of pattern is longer but more general.
It has the following syntax:
.CS
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the window.
Although the \fBbindtags\fR command may be used to assign an
arbitrary set of binding tags to a window, the default binding
tags provide the following behavior:
.IP \(bu 3
If a tag is the name of an internal window the binding applies
to that window.
.IP \(bu 3
If the tag is the name of a class of widgets, such as \fBButton\fR,
the binding applies to all widgets in that class.
.IP \(bu 3
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to the toplevel window and all its internal windows.
.IP \(bu 3



If \fItag\fR has the value \fBall\fR,
the binding applies to all windows in the application.
.SH "EVENT PATTERNS"
.PP
The \fIsequence\fR argument specifies a sequence of one or more
event patterns, with optional white space between the patterns.  Each
event pattern may
take one of three forms.  In the simplest case it is a single
printing ASCII character, such as \fBa\fR or \fB[\fR.  The character
may not be a space character or the character \fB<\fR.  This form of
pattern matches a \fBKeyPress\fR event for the particular
character.  The second form of pattern is longer but more general.
It has the following syntax:
.CS
\fB<\fImodifier\-modifier\-type\-detail\fB>\fR
.CE
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The \fItype\fR field may be any of the standard X event types, with a
few extra abbreviations.  The \fItype\fR field will also accept a
couple non-standard X event types that were added to better support
the Macintosh and Windows platforms.  Below is a list of all the valid
types; where two names appear together, they are synonyms.
.DS
.ta \w'\fBButton, ButtonPress\0\0\0\fR'u +\w'\fBKey, KeyPress\0\0\0\fR'u
\fBActivate\fR	\fBDestroy\fR	\fBMap\fR
\fBButton\fR, \fBButtonPress\fR	\fBEnter\fR	\fBMapRequest\fR
\fBButtonRelease\fR	\fBExpose\fR	\fBMotion\fR
\fBCirculate\fR	\fBFocusIn\fR	\fBMouseWheel\fR
\fBCirculateRequest\fR	\fBFocusOut\fR	\fBProperty\fR
\fBColormap\fR	\fBGravity\fR	\fBReparent\fR
\fBConfigure\fR	\fBKey\fR, \fBKeyPress\fR	\fBResizeRequest\fR
\fBConfigureRequest\fR	\fBKeyRelease\fR	\fBUnmap\fR
\fBCreate\fR	\fBLeave\fR	\fBVisibility\fR
\fBDeactivate\fR
.DE
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in the X Windowing system.  You can find more detailed descriptions of
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The \fItype\fR field may be any of the standard X event types, with a
few extra abbreviations.  The \fItype\fR field will also accept a
couple non-standard X event types that were added to better support
the Macintosh and Windows platforms.  Below is a list of all the valid
types; where two names appear together, they are synonyms.
.DS
.ta \w'\fBButtonPress, Button\0\0\0\fR'u +\w'\fBKeyPress, Key\0\0\0\fR'u
\fBActivate\fR	\fBDestroy\fR	\fBMap\fR
\fBButtonPress\fR, \fBButton\fR	\fBEnter\fR	\fBMapRequest\fR
\fBButtonRelease\fR	\fBExpose\fR	\fBMotion\fR
\fBCirculate\fR	\fBFocusIn\fR	\fBMouseWheel\fR
\fBCirculateRequest\fR	\fBFocusOut\fR	\fBProperty\fR
\fBColormap\fR	\fBGravity\fR	\fBReparent\fR
\fBConfigure\fR	\fBKeyPress\fR, \fBKey\fR	\fBResizeRequest\fR
\fBConfigureRequest\fR	\fBKeyRelease\fR	\fBUnmap\fR
\fBCreate\fR	\fBLeave\fR	\fBVisibility\fR
\fBDeactivate\fR
.DE
Most of the above events have the same fields and behaviors as events
in the X Windowing system.  You can find more detailed descriptions of
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value determines which direction your widget should scroll.  Positive
values should scroll up and negative values should scroll down.
.RS
.PP
Horizontal scrolling uses \fBShift-MouseWheel\fR events, with positive
\fB%D\fR \fIdelta\fR substitution indicating left scrolling and negative
right scrolling.




Horizontal scrolling events may fire from
many different hardware units such as tilt wheels or touchpads.  Horizontal
scrolling can also be emulated by holding Shift and scrolling vertically.
.RE
.IP "\fBKeyPress\fR, \fBKeyRelease\fR" 5
The \fBKeyPress\fR and \fBKeyRelease\fR events are generated
whenever a key is pressed or released.  \fBKeyPress\fR and \fBKeyRelease\fR
.IP "\fBKey\fR, \fBKeyRelease\fR" 5
The \fBKey\fR and \fBKeyRelease\fR events are generated
whenever a key is pressed or released.  \fBKey\fR and \fBKeyRelease\fR
events are sent to the window which currently has the keyboard focus.
.IP "\fBButton\fR, \fBButtonRelease\fR, \fBMotion\fR" 5
The \fBButton\fR and \fBButtonRelease\fR events
are generated when the user presses or releases a mouse button.
\fBMotion\fR events are generated whenever the pointer is moved.
\fBButton\fR, \fBButtonRelease\fR, and \fBMotion\fR events are
normally sent to the window containing the pointer.
.RS
.PP
When a mouse button is pressed, the window containing the pointer
automatically obtains a temporary pointer grab.
Subsequent \fBButton\fR, \fBButtonRelease\fR, and \fBMotion\fR
events will be sent to that window,
regardless of which window contains the pointer,
until all buttons have been released.
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.IP \fBConfigure\fR 5
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values should scroll up and negative values should scroll down.
.RS
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Horizontal scrolling uses \fBShift-MouseWheel\fR events, with positive
\fB%D\fR \fIdelta\fR substitution indicating left scrolling and negative
right scrolling.
Only Windows and macOS Aqua typically fire \fBMouseWheel\fR and
\fBShift-MouseWheel\fR events.  On
X11 vertical scrolling is rather supported through \fBButton-4\fR and
\fBButton-5\fR events, and horizontal scrolling through \fBShift-Button-4\fR
and \fBShift-Button-5\fR events.  Horizontal scrolling events may fire from
many different hardware units such as tilt wheels or touchpads.  Horizontal
scrolling can also be emulated by holding Shift and scrolling vertically.
.RE
.IP "\fBKeyPress\fR, \fBKeyRelease\fR" 5
The \fBKeyPress\fR and \fBKeyRelease\fR events are generated
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events are sent to the window which currently has the keyboard focus.
.IP "\fBButtonPress\fR, \fBButtonRelease\fR, \fBMotion\fR" 5
The \fBButtonPress\fR and \fBButtonRelease\fR events
are generated when the user presses or releases a mouse button.
\fBMotion\fR events are generated whenever the pointer is moved.
\fBButtonPress\fR, \fBButtonRelease\fR, and \fBMotion\fR events are
normally sent to the window containing the pointer.
.RS
.PP
When a mouse button is pressed, the window containing the pointer
automatically obtains a temporary pointer grab.
Subsequent \fBButtonPress\fR, \fBButtonRelease\fR, and \fBMotion\fR
events will be sent to that window,
regardless of which window contains the pointer,
until all buttons have been released.
.RE
.IP \fBConfigure\fR 5
A \fBConfigure\fR event is sent to a window whenever its
size, position, or border width changes, and sometimes
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.RE
.SS "EVENT DETAILS"
.PP
The last part of a long event specification is \fIdetail\fR.  In the
case of a \fBButton\fR or \fBButtonRelease\fR event, it is the
number of a button (1\-9).  If a button number is given, then only an
event on that particular button will match;  if no button number is
given, then an event on any button will match.  Note:  giving a
specific button number is different than specifying a button modifier;
in the first case, it refers to a button being pressed or released,
while in the second it refers to some other button that is already
depressed when the matching event occurs.  If a button
number is given then \fItype\fR may be omitted:  if will default
to \fBButton\fR.  For example, the specifier \fB<1>\fR
is equivalent to \fB<Button\-1>\fR.
.PP
If the event type is \fBKey\fR or \fBKeyRelease\fR, then
\fIdetail\fR may be specified in the form of an X keysym.  Keysyms
are textual specifications for particular keys on the keyboard;
they include all the alphanumeric ASCII characters (e.g.
.QW a
is the keysym for the ASCII character
.QW a ),
plus descriptions for non-alphanumeric characters
.PQ comma "is the keysym for the comma character" ,
plus descriptions for all the non-ASCII keys on the keyboard (e.g.
.QW Shift_L
is the keysym for the left shift key, and
.QW F1
is the keysym for the F1 function key, if it exists).  The
complete list of keysyms is not presented here;  it is
available in other X documentation and may vary from system to
system.
If necessary, you can use the \fB%K\fR notation described below
to print out the keysym name for a particular key.
If a keysym \fIdetail\fR is given, then the
\fItype\fR field may be omitted;  it will default to \fBKey\fR.
For example, \fB<Control\-comma>\fR is equivalent to
\fB<Control\-Key\-comma>\fR.
.SH "BINDING SCRIPTS AND SUBSTITUTIONS"
.PP
The \fIscript\fR argument to \fBbind\fR is a Tcl script, called the
.QW "binding script",
which will be executed whenever the given event sequence occurs.
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.RE
.SS "EVENT DETAILS"
.PP
The last part of a long event specification is \fIdetail\fR.  In the
case of a \fBButtonPress\fR or \fBButtonRelease\fR event, it is the
number of a button (1\-5).  If a button number is given, then only an
event on that particular button will match;  if no button number is
given, then an event on any button will match.  Note:  giving a
specific button number is different than specifying a button modifier;
in the first case, it refers to a button being pressed or released,
while in the second it refers to some other button that is already
depressed when the matching event occurs.  If a button
number is given then \fItype\fR may be omitted:  if will default
to \fBButtonPress\fR.  For example, the specifier \fB<1>\fR
is equivalent to \fB<ButtonPress\-1>\fR.
.PP
If the event type is \fBKeyPress\fR or \fBKeyRelease\fR, then
\fIdetail\fR may be specified in the form of an X keysym.  Keysyms
are textual specifications for particular keys on the keyboard;
they include all the alphanumeric ASCII characters (e.g.
.QW a
is the keysym for the ASCII character
.QW a ),
plus descriptions for non-alphanumeric characters
.PQ comma "is the keysym for the comma character" ,
plus descriptions for all the non-ASCII keys on the keyboard (e.g.
.QW Shift_L
is the keysym for the left shift key, and
.QW F1
is the keysym for the F1 function key, if it exists).  The
complete list of keysyms is not presented here;  it is
available in other X documentation and may vary from system to
system.
If necessary, you can use the \fB%K\fR notation described below
to print out the keysym name for a particular key.
If a keysym \fIdetail\fR is given, then the
\fItype\fR field may be omitted;  it will default to \fBKeyPress\fR.
For example, \fB<Control\-comma>\fR is equivalent to
\fB<Control\-KeyPress\-comma>\fR.
.SH "BINDING SCRIPTS AND SUBSTITUTIONS"
.PP
The \fIscript\fR argument to \fBbind\fR is a Tcl script, called the
.QW "binding script",
which will be executed whenever the given event sequence occurs.
\fICommand\fR will be executed in the same interpreter that the
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formatted as a hexadecimal number.
Valid only for \fBConfigure\fR events.
Indicates the sibling window immediately below the receiving window
in the stacking order, or \fB0\fR if the receiving window is at the
bottom.
.IP \fB%b\fR 5
The number of the button that was pressed or released.  Valid only
for \fBButton\fR and \fBButtonRelease\fR events.
.IP \fB%c\fR 5
The \fIcount\fR field from the event.  Valid only for \fBExpose\fR events.
Indicates that there are \fIcount\fR pending \fBExpose\fR events which have not
yet been delivered to the window.
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Indicates the sibling window immediately below the receiving window
in the stacking order, or \fB0\fR if the receiving window is at the
bottom.
.IP \fB%b\fR 5
The number of the button that was pressed or released.  Valid only
for \fBButtonPress\fR and \fBButtonRelease\fR events.
.IP \fB%c\fR 5
The \fIcount\fR field from the event.  Valid only for \fBExpose\fR events.
Indicates that there are \fIcount\fR pending \fBExpose\fR events which have not
yet been delivered to the window.
.IP \fB%d\fR 5
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\fBExpose\fR events.
Indicates the new or requested height of the window.
.IP \fB%i\fR 5
The \fIwindow\fR field from the event, represented as a hexadecimal
integer.  Valid for all event types.
.IP \fB%k\fR 5
The \fIkeycode\fR field from the event.  Valid only for \fBKey\fR
and \fBKeyRelease\fR events.
.IP \fB%m\fR 5
The \fImode\fR field from the event.  The substituted string is one of
\fBNotifyNormal\fR, \fBNotifyGrab\fR, \fBNotifyUngrab\fR, or
\fBNotifyWhileGrabbed\fR.  Valid only for \fBEnter\fR,
\fBFocusIn\fR, \fBFocusOut\fR, and \fBLeave\fR events.
.IP \fB%o\fR 5
The \fIoverride_redirect\fR field from the event.  Valid only for
\fBMap\fR, \fBReparent\fR, and \fBConfigure\fR events.
.IP \fB%p\fR 5
The \fIplace\fR field from the event, substituted as one of the
strings \fBPlaceOnTop\fR or \fBPlaceOnBottom\fR.  Valid only
for \fBCirculate\fR and \fBCirculateRequest\fR events.
.IP \fB%s\fR 5
The \fIstate\fR field from the event.  For \fBButton\fR,
\fBButtonRelease\fR, \fBEnter\fR, \fBKey\fR, \fBKeyRelease\fR,
\fBLeave\fR, and \fBMotion\fR events, a decimal string
is substituted.  For \fBVisibility\fR, one of the strings
\fBVisibilityUnobscured\fR, \fBVisibilityPartiallyObscured\fR,
and \fBVisibilityFullyObscured\fR is substituted.
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Indicates the new or requested height of the window.
.IP \fB%i\fR 5
The \fIwindow\fR field from the event, represented as a hexadecimal
integer.  Valid for all event types.
.IP \fB%k\fR 5
The \fIkeycode\fR field from the event.  Valid only for \fBKeyPress\fR
and \fBKeyRelease\fR events.
.IP \fB%m\fR 5
The \fImode\fR field from the event.  The substituted string is one of
\fBNotifyNormal\fR, \fBNotifyGrab\fR, \fBNotifyUngrab\fR, or
\fBNotifyWhileGrabbed\fR.  Valid only for \fBEnter\fR,
\fBFocusIn\fR, \fBFocusOut\fR, and \fBLeave\fR events.
.IP \fB%o\fR 5
The \fIoverride_redirect\fR field from the event.  Valid only for
\fBMap\fR, \fBReparent\fR, and \fBConfigure\fR events.
.IP \fB%p\fR 5
The \fIplace\fR field from the event, substituted as one of the
strings \fBPlaceOnTop\fR or \fBPlaceOnBottom\fR.  Valid only
for \fBCirculate\fR and \fBCirculateRequest\fR events.
.IP \fB%s\fR 5
The \fIstate\fR field from the event.  For \fBButtonPress\fR,
\fBButtonRelease\fR, \fBEnter\fR, \fBKeyPress\fR, \fBKeyRelease\fR,
\fBLeave\fR, and \fBMotion\fR events, a decimal string
is substituted.  For \fBVisibility\fR, one of the strings
\fBVisibilityUnobscured\fR, \fBVisibilityPartiallyObscured\fR,
and \fBVisibilityFullyObscured\fR is substituted.
For \fBProperty\fR events, substituted with
either the string \fBNewValue\fR (indicating that the property
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Indicates the new or requested width of the window.
Valid only for
\fBConfigure\fR, \fBConfigureRequest\fR, \fBCreate\fR,
\fBResizeRequest\fR, and \fBExpose\fR events.
.IP "\fB%x\fR, \fB%y\fR" 5
The \fIx\fR and \fIy\fR fields from the event.
For \fBButton\fR, \fBButtonRelease\fR, \fBMotion\fR,
\fBKey\fR, \fBKeyRelease\fR, and \fBMouseWheel\fR events,
\fB%x\fR and \fB%y\fR indicate the position of the mouse pointer
relative to the receiving window.
For key events on the Macintosh these are the coordinates of the
mouse at the moment when an X11 KeyEvent is sent to Tk, which could
be slightly later than the time of the physical press or release.
For \fBEnter\fR and \fBLeave\fR events, the position where the
mouse pointer crossed the window, relative to the receiving window.
For \fBConfigure\fR and \fBCreate\fR requests, the \fIx\fR and \fIy\fR
coordinates of the window relative to its parent window.
.IP \fB%A\fR 5
Substitutes the UNICODE character corresponding to the event, or
the empty string if the event does not correspond to a UNICODE character
(e.g. the shift key was pressed). On X11, \fBXmbLookupString\fR (or
\fBXLookupString\fR when input method support is turned off) does all
the work of translating from the event to a UNICODE character.
On X11, valid only for \fBKey\fR event. On Windows and macOS/aqua,
valid only for \fBKey\fR and \fBKeyRelease\fR events.
.IP \fB%B\fR 5
The \fIborder_width\fR field from the event.  Valid only for
\fBConfigure\fR, \fBConfigureRequest\fR, and \fBCreate\fR events.
.IP \fB%D\fR 5
This reports the \fIdelta\fR value of a \fBMouseWheel\fR event.  The
\fIdelta\fR value represents the rotation units the mouse wheel has
been moved. The sign of the value represents the direction the mouse
wheel was scrolled.
.IP \fB%E\fR 5
The \fIsend_event\fR field from the event.  Valid for all event types.
\fB0\fR indicates that this is a
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event, \fB1\fR indicates that it is a
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event generated by \fBSendEvent\fR.
.IP \fB%K\fR 5
The keysym corresponding to the event, substituted as a textual
string.  Valid only for \fBKey\fR and \fBKeyRelease\fR events.
.IP \fB%M\fR 5
The number of script-based binding patterns matched so far for the
event.  Valid for all event types.
.IP \fB%N\fR 5
The keysym corresponding to the event, substituted as a decimal
number.  Valid only for \fBKey\fR and \fBKeyRelease\fR events.
.IP \fB%P\fR 5
The name of the property being updated or deleted (which
may be converted to an XAtom using \fBwinfo atom\fR.) Valid
only for \fBProperty\fR events.
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Indicates the new or requested width of the window.
Valid only for
\fBConfigure\fR, \fBConfigureRequest\fR, \fBCreate\fR,
\fBResizeRequest\fR, and \fBExpose\fR events.
.IP "\fB%x\fR, \fB%y\fR" 5
The \fIx\fR and \fIy\fR fields from the event.
For \fBButtonPress\fR, \fBButtonRelease\fR, \fBMotion\fR,
\fBKeyPress\fR, \fBKeyRelease\fR, and \fBMouseWheel\fR events,
\fB%x\fR and \fB%y\fR indicate the position of the mouse pointer
relative to the receiving window.
For key events on the Macintosh these are the coordinates of the
mouse at the moment when an X11 KeyEvent is sent to Tk, which could
be slightly later than the time of the physical press or release.
For \fBEnter\fR and \fBLeave\fR events, the position where the
mouse pointer crossed the window, relative to the receiving window.
For \fBConfigure\fR and \fBCreate\fR requests, the \fIx\fR and \fIy\fR
coordinates of the window relative to its parent window.
.IP \fB%A\fR 5
Substitutes the UNICODE character corresponding to the event, or
the empty string if the event does not correspond to a UNICODE character
(e.g. the shift key was pressed). On X11, \fBXmbLookupString\fR (or
\fBXLookupString\fR when input method support is turned off) does all
the work of translating from the event to a UNICODE character.
On X11, valid only for \fBKeyPress\fR event. On Windows and macOS/aqua,
valid only for \fBKeyPress\fR and \fBKeyRelease\fR events.
.IP \fB%B\fR 5
The \fIborder_width\fR field from the event.  Valid only for
\fBConfigure\fR, \fBConfigureRequest\fR, and \fBCreate\fR events.
.IP \fB%D\fR 5
This reports the \fIdelta\fR value of a \fBMouseWheel\fR event.  The
\fIdelta\fR value represents the rotation units the mouse wheel has
been moved. The sign of the value represents the direction the mouse
wheel was scrolled.
.IP \fB%E\fR 5
The \fIsend_event\fR field from the event.  Valid for all event types.
\fB0\fR indicates that this is a
.QW normal
event, \fB1\fR indicates that it is a
.QW synthetic
event generated by \fBSendEvent\fR.
.IP \fB%K\fR 5
The keysym corresponding to the event, substituted as a textual
string.  Valid only for \fBKeyPress\fR and \fBKeyRelease\fR events.
.IP \fB%M\fR 5
The number of script-based binding patterns matched so far for the
event.  Valid for all event types.
.IP \fB%N\fR 5
The keysym corresponding to the event, substituted as a decimal
number.  Valid only for \fBKeyPress\fR and \fBKeyRelease\fR events.
.IP \fB%P\fR 5
The name of the property being updated or deleted (which
may be converted to an XAtom using \fBwinfo atom\fR.) Valid
only for \fBProperty\fR events.
.IP \fB%R\fR 5
The \fIroot\fR window identifier from the event.  Valid only for
events containing a \fIroot\fR field.
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The path name of the window to which the event was reported (the
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.IP "\fB%X\fR, \fB%Y\fR" 5
The \fIx_root\fR and  \fIy_root\fR fields from the event.
If a virtual-root window manager is being used then the substituted
values are the corresponding x-coordinate and y-coordinate in the virtual root.
Valid only for
\fBButton\fR, \fBButtonRelease\fR, \fBEnter\fR, \fBKey\fR,
\fBKeyRelease\fR, \fBLeave\fR and \fBMotion\fR events.
Same meaning as \fB%x\fR and \fB%y\fR, except relative to the (virtual) root
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.IP "\fB%X\fR, \fB%Y\fR" 5
The \fIx_root\fR and  \fIy_root\fR fields from the event.
If a virtual-root window manager is being used then the substituted
values are the corresponding x-coordinate and y-coordinate in the virtual root.
Valid only for
\fBButtonPress\fR, \fBButtonRelease\fR, \fBEnter\fR, \fBKeyPress\fR,
\fBKeyRelease\fR, \fBLeave\fR and \fBMotion\fR events.
Same meaning as \fB%x\fR and \fB%y\fR, except relative to the (virtual) root
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several matching sequences is more specific:
.RS
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than one that does not;
.IP (b)
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repetition count) is more specific than a sequence with less
highest-ordered patterns;
.IP (c)
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modifiers in another pattern, then the pattern with more modifiers
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several matching sequences is more specific:
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than one that does not;
.IP (b)
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modifiers in another pattern, then the pattern with more modifiers
is more specific;
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.SH "MULTI-EVENT SEQUENCES AND IGNORED EVENTS"
.PP
When a \fIsequence\fR specified in a \fBbind\fR command contains
more than one event pattern, then its script is executed whenever
the recent events (leading up to and including the current event)
match the given sequence.  This means, for example, that if button 1 is
clicked repeatedly the sequence \fB<Double\-Button\-1>\fR will match
each button press but the first.
If extraneous events that would prevent a match occur in the middle
of an event sequence then the extraneous events are
ignored unless they are \fBKey\fR or \fBButton\fR events.
For example, \fB<Double\-Button\-1>\fR will match a sequence of
presses of button 1, even though there will be \fBButtonRelease\fR
events (and possibly \fBMotion\fR events) between the
\fBButton\fR events.
Furthermore, a \fBKey\fR event may be preceded by any number
of other \fBKey\fR events for modifier keys without the
modifier keys preventing a match.
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\fBa\fR key, a release of the \fBa\fR key, a press of the \fBShift\fR
key, and a press of the \fBb\fR key:  the press of \fBShift\fR is
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.SH "MULTI-EVENT SEQUENCES AND IGNORED EVENTS"
.PP
When a \fIsequence\fR specified in a \fBbind\fR command contains
more than one event pattern, then its script is executed whenever
the recent events (leading up to and including the current event)
match the given sequence.  This means, for example, that if button 1 is
clicked repeatedly the sequence \fB<Double\-ButtonPress\-1>\fR will match
each button press but the first.
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of an event sequence then the extraneous events are
ignored unless they are \fBKeyPress\fR or \fBButtonPress\fR events.
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presses of button 1, even though there will be \fBButtonRelease\fR
events (and possibly \fBMotion\fR events) between the
\fBButtonPress\fR events.
Furthermore, a \fBKeyPress\fR event may be preceded by any number
of other \fBKeyPress\fR events for modifier keys without the
modifier keys preventing a match.
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\fBa\fR key, a release of the \fBa\fR key, a press of the \fBShift\fR
key, and a press of the \fBb\fR key:  the press of \fBShift\fR is
ignored because it is a modifier key.
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whose name is the same as the image.
This command may be used to invoke various operations
on the image.
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on the image.
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\fIimageName option \fR?\fIarg arg ...\fR?
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determine the exact behavior of the command.  The following
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.SH NAME
busy \- Make Tk widgets busy, temporarily blocking user interactions
.SH SYNOPSIS
\fBtk busy\fR \fIwindow \fR?\fIoptions\fR?
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.SH DESCRIPTION
.PP
The \fBtk busy\fR command provides a simple means to block mouse pointer events
from Tk widgets, while overriding the widget's cursor with a configurable busy
cursor. Note this command does not prevent keyboard events from being sent to
the widgets made busy.
.SH INTRODUCTION
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.SH NAME
busy \- confine pointer events to a window sub-tree
.SH SYNOPSIS
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.SH DESCRIPTION
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The \fBtk busy\fR command provides a simple means to block pointer events from
Tk widgets, while overriding the widget's cursor with a configurable busy
cursor. Note this command does not prevent keyboard events from being sent to
the widgets made busy.
.SH INTRODUCTION
.PP
There are many times in applications where you want to temporarily restrict
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Shortcut for \fBtk busy hold\fR command.
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Makes the specified \fIwindow\fR (and its descendants in the Tk window
hierarchy) appear busy. \fIWindow\fR must be a valid path name of a Tk widget.
A transparent window is put in front of the specified window. This transparent
window is mapped the next time idle tasks are processed, and the specified
window and its descendants will be blocked from user interactions. Normally
\fBupdate\fR should be called immediately afterward to insure that the hold
operation is in effect before the application starts its processing. The
following configuration options are valid:
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\fB\-cursor \fIcursorName\fR
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Specifies the cursor to be displayed when the widget is made busy.
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default cursor is \fBwait\fR on Windows and \fBwatch\fR on other platforms.
.RE
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Queries the \fBtk busy\fR command configuration options for \fIwindow\fR.
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Returns the pathnames of all widgets that are currently busy. If a
\fIpattern\fR is given, only the path names of busy widgets matching
\fIpattern\fR are returned.
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Releases resources allocated by the \fBtk busy\fR command for \fIwindow\fR,
including the transparent window. User events will again be received by
\fIwindow\fR. Resources are also released when \fIwindow\fR is destroyed.
\fIWindow\fR must be the name of a widget specified in the \fBhold\fR
operation, otherwise an error is reported.
.TP
\fBtk busy hold \fIwindow\fR ?\fIoption value\fR?...
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Makes the specified \fIwindow\fR (and its descendants in the Tk window
hierarchy) appear busy. \fIWindow\fR must be a valid path name of a Tk widget.
A transparent window is put in front of the specified window. This transparent
window is mapped the next time idle tasks are processed, and the specified
window and its descendants will be blocked from user interactions. Normally
\fBupdate\fR should be called immediately afterward to insure that the hold
operation is in effect before the application starts its processing. The
command returns the pathname of the busy window that was created (i.e. the
transparent window shielding the window appearing busy). The following

configuration options are valid:
.RS
.TP
\fB\-cursor \fIcursorName\fR
.
Specifies the cursor to be displayed when the widget is made busy.
\fICursorName\fR can be in any form accepted by \fBTk_GetCursor\fR. The
default cursor is \fBwait\fR on Windows and \fBwatch\fR on other platforms.
.RE
.TP
\fBtk busy status \fIwindow\fR
.
Returns the status of a widget \fIwindow\fR. If \fIwindow\fR presently can not
receive user interactions, \fB1\fR is returned, otherwise \fB0\fR.
.SH "EVENT HANDLING"
.SS BINDINGS
.PP
The event blocking feature is implemented by creating and mapping a
transparent window that completely covers the widget. When the busy window is
mapped, it invisibly shields the widget and its hierarchy from all events that
may be sent. Like Tk widgets, busy windows have widget names in the Tk window
hierarchy. This means that you can use the \fBbind\fR command to handle
events in the busy window:
.PP
.CS
\fBtk busy\fR hold .frame.canvas
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.SS "ENTER/LEAVE EVENTS"
.PP
Mapping and unmapping busy windows generates Enter/Leave events for all
widgets they cover. Please note this if you are tracking Enter/Leave events in
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option add *frame.busyCursor gumby
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\fBtk busy forget \fIwindow\fR ?\fIwindow\fR?...
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Releases resources allocated by the \fBtk busy\fR command for \fIwindow\fR,
including the transparent window. User events will again be received by
\fIwindow\fR. Resources are also released when \fIwindow\fR is destroyed.
\fIWindow\fR must be the name of a widget specified in the \fBhold\fR
operation, otherwise an error is reported.
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\fBtk busy current \fR?\fIpattern\fR?
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\fBtk busy status \fIwindow\fR
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Returns the status of a widget \fIwindow\fR. If \fIwindow\fR presently can not
receive user interactions, \fB1\fR is returned, otherwise \fB0\fR.
.SH "EVENT HANDLING"
.SS BINDINGS
.PP
The event blocking feature is implemented by creating and mapping a
transparent window that completely covers the widget. When the busy window is
mapped, it invisibly shields the widget and its hierarchy from all events that
may be sent. Like Tk widgets, busy windows have widget names in the Tk window
hierarchy. This means that you can use the \fBbind\fR command, to handle
events in the busy window.
.PP
.CS
\fBtk busy\fR hold .frame.canvas
bind .frame.canvas_Busy <Enter> { ... }
.CE
.PP
Normally the busy window is a sibling of the widget. The name of the busy
window is
.QW \fIwidget\fB_Busy\fR
where \fIwidget\fR is the name of the widget to be made busy. In the previous
example, the pathname of the busy window is
.QW \fB.frame.canvas_Busy\fR .
The exception is when the widget is a toplevel widget (such as
.QW . )
where the busy window can't be made a sibling. The busy window is then a child
of the widget named
.QW \fIwidget\fB._Busy\fR
where \fIwidget\fR is the name of the toplevel widget. In the following
example, the pathname of the busy window is
.QW \fB._Busy\fR .
.PP
.CS
\fBtk busy\fR hold .
bind ._Busy <Enter> { ... }
.CE
.SS "ENTER/LEAVE EVENTS"
.PP
Mapping and unmapping busy windows generates Enter/Leave events for all
widgets they cover. Please note this if you are tracking Enter/Leave events in
widgets.
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.PP
The \fBbutton\fR command creates a new Tcl command whose
name is \fIpathName\fR.  This
command may be used to invoke various
operations on the widget.  It has the following general form:
.CS
\fIpathName option \fR?\fIarg ...\fR?
.CE
\fIOption\fR and the \fIarg\fRs
determine the exact behavior of the command.  The following
commands are possible for button widgets:
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.PP
The \fBbutton\fR command creates a new Tcl command whose
name is \fIpathName\fR.  This
command may be used to invoke various
operations on the widget.  It has the following general form:
.CS
\fIpathName option \fR?\fIarg arg ...\fR?
.CE
\fIOption\fR and the \fIarg\fRs
determine the exact behavior of the command.  The following
commands are possible for button widgets:
.TP
\fIpathName \fBcget\fR \fIoption\fR
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It is possible to adjust the origin of the canvas
coordinate system relative to the origin of the window using the
\fBxview\fR and \fByview\fR widget commands; this is typically used
for scrolling.
Canvases do not support scaling or rotation of the canvas coordinate
system relative to the window coordinate system.
.PP
Individual items may be moved, scaled
.VS "8.7, TIP164"
or rotated
.VE "8.7, TIP164"
using widget commands
described below.
.PP
Note that the default origin of the canvas's visible area is
coincident with the origin for the whole window as that makes bindings
using the mouse position easier to work with; you only need to use the
\fBcanvasx\fR and \fBcanvasy\fR widget commands if you adjust the
origin of the visible area. However, this also means that any focus
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coordinate system relative to the origin of the window using the
\fBxview\fR and \fByview\fR widget commands; this is typically used
for scrolling.
Canvases do not support scaling or rotation of the canvas coordinate
system relative to the window coordinate system.
.PP
Individual items may be moved or scaled using widget commands




described below, but they may not be rotated.
.PP
Note that the default origin of the canvas's visible area is
coincident with the origin for the whole window as that makes bindings
using the mouse position easier to work with; you only need to use the
\fBcanvasx\fR and \fBcanvasy\fR widget commands if you adjust the
origin of the visible area. However, this also means that any focus
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The second possible syntax is a character list containing only
5 possible characters
.QW "\fB.,-_ \fR" .
The space can be used
to enlarge the space between other line elements, and cannot
occur as the first position in the string. Some examples:
.PP
.CS
\-dash .     \(-> \-dash {2 4}
\-dash -     \(-> \-dash {6 4}
\-dash -.    \(-> \-dash {6 4 2 4}
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.QW "\fB.,-_ \fR" .
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occur as the first position in the string. Some examples:

.CS
\-dash .     \(-> \-dash {2 4}
\-dash -     \(-> \-dash {6 4}
\-dash -.    \(-> \-dash {6 4 2 4}
\-dash -..   \(-> \-dash {6 4 2 4 2 4}
\-dash {. }  \(-> \-dash {2 8}
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.PP
The \fBcanvas\fR command creates a new Tcl command whose
name is \fIpathName\fR. This
command may be used to invoke various
operations on the widget. It has the following general form:
.CS
\fIpathName option \fR?\fIarg ...\fR?
.CE
\fIOption\fR and the \fIarg\fRs
determine the exact behavior of the command.
The following widget commands are possible for canvas widgets:
.TP
\fIpathName \fBaddtag \fItag searchSpec \fR?\fIarg ...\fR?
.
For each item that meets the constraints specified by
\fIsearchSpec\fR and the \fIarg\fRs, add
\fItag\fR to the list of tags associated with the item if it
is not already present on that list.
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.PP
The \fBcanvas\fR command creates a new Tcl command whose
name is \fIpathName\fR. This
command may be used to invoke various
operations on the widget. It has the following general form:
.CS
\fIpathName option \fR?\fIarg arg ...\fR?
.CE
\fIOption\fR and the \fIarg\fRs
determine the exact behavior of the command.
The following widget commands are possible for canvas widgets:
.TP
\fIpathName \fBaddtag \fItag searchSpec \fR?\fIarg arg ...\fR?
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For each item that meets the constraints specified by
\fIsearchSpec\fR and the \fIarg\fRs, add
\fItag\fR to the list of tags associated with the item if it
is not already present on that list.
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returns a list of all the sequences for which bindings have been
defined for \fItagOrId\fR.
.RS
.PP
The only events for which bindings may be specified are those related to
the mouse and keyboard (such as \fBEnter\fR, \fBLeave\fR,
\fBButton\fR, \fBMotion\fR, and \fBKey\fR) or virtual events.
The handling of events in canvases uses the current item defined in
\fBITEM IDS AND TAGS\fR above. \fBEnter\fR and \fBLeave\fR events
trigger for an
item when it becomes the current item or ceases to be the current item;
note that these events are different than \fBEnter\fR and \fBLeave\fR
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returns a list of all the sequences for which bindings have been
defined for \fItagOrId\fR.
.RS
.PP
The only events for which bindings may be specified are those related to
the mouse and keyboard (such as \fBEnter\fR, \fBLeave\fR,
\fBButtonPress\fR, \fBMotion\fR, and \fBKeyPress\fR) or virtual events.
The handling of events in canvases uses the current item defined in
\fBITEM IDS AND TAGS\fR above. \fBEnter\fR and \fBLeave\fR events
trigger for an
item when it becomes the current item or ceases to be the current item;
note that these events are different than \fBEnter\fR and \fBLeave\fR
events for windows. Mouse-related events are directed to the current
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tag given by \fItagToDelete\fR from the list of those
associated with the item.
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the item is unaffected by the command.
If \fItagToDelete\fR is omitted then it defaults to \fItagOrId\fR.
This command returns an empty string.
.TP
\fIpathName \fBfind \fIsearchCommand \fR?\fIarg ...\fR?
.
This command returns a list consisting of all the items that
meet the constraints specified by \fIsearchCommand\fR and
\fIarg\fR's.
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associated with the item.
If an item does not have the tag \fItagToDelete\fR then
the item is unaffected by the command.
If \fItagToDelete\fR is omitted then it defaults to \fItagOrId\fR.
This command returns an empty string.
.TP
\fIpathName \fBfind \fIsearchCommand \fR?\fIarg arg ...\fR?
.
This command returns a list consisting of all the items that
meet the constraints specified by \fIsearchCommand\fR and
\fIarg\fR's.
\fISearchCommand\fR and \fIargs\fR have any of the forms
accepted by the \fBaddtag\fR command.
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Note: the insertion cursor is only displayed in an item if
that item currently has the keyboard focus (see the \fBfocus\fR widget
command, above), but the cursor position may
be set even when the item does not have the focus.
This command returns an empty string.
.TP
\fIpathName \fBimage \fIimagename\fR ?\fIsubsample\fR? ?\fIzoom\fR?
.
Draw the canvas into the Tk photo image named \fIimagename\fR. If a \fB-scrollregion\fR
has been defined then this will be the boundaries of the canvas region drawn and the
final size of the photo image. Otherwise the widget width and height with an origin
of 0,0 will be the size of the canvas region drawn and the final size of the photo
image. Optionally an integer \fIsubsample\fR factor may be given and the photo image
will be reduced in size. In addition to the \fIsubsample\fR an integer \fIzoom\fR
factor can also be given and the photo image will be enlarged. The image background
will be filled with the canvas background colour. The canvas widget does not need to
be mapped for this widget command to work, but at least one of it's ancestors must be
mapped.
This command returns an empty string.
.TP
\fIpathName \fBimove \fItagOrId index x y\fR
.
This command causes the \fIindex\fR'th coordinate of each of the items
indicated by \fItagOrId\fR to be relocated to the location (\fIx\fR,\fIy\fR).
Each item interprets \fIindex\fR independently according to the rules
described in \fBINDICES\fR above. Out of the standard set of items, only line
and polygon items may have their coordinates relocated this way.

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\fIpathName \fBindex \fItagOrId index\fR
.
This command returns a decimal string giving the numerical index
within \fItagOrId\fR corresponding to \fIindex\fR.
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that item currently has the keyboard focus (see the \fBfocus\fR widget
command, above), but the cursor position may
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.VS 8.6
This command causes the \fIindex\fR'th coordinate of each of the items
indicated by \fItagOrId\fR to be relocated to the location (\fIx\fR,\fIy\fR).
Each item interprets \fIindex\fR independently according to the rules
described in \fBINDICES\fR above. Out of the standard set of items, only line
and polygon items may have their coordinates relocated this way.
.VE 8.6
.TP
\fIpathName \fBindex \fItagOrId index\fR
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This command returns a decimal string giving the numerical index
within \fItagOrId\fR corresponding to \fIindex\fR.
\fIIndex\fR gives a textual description of the desired position
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space by adding \fIxAmount\fR to the x-coordinate of each point
associated with the item and \fIyAmount\fR to the y-coordinate of
each point associated with the item.
This command returns an empty string.
.TP
\fIpathName \fBmoveto \fItagOrId xPos yPos\fR
.
Move the items given by \fItagOrId\fR in the canvas coordinate
space so that the first coordinate pair (the upper-left corner of the
bounding box) of the first item (the lowest in the display list) with
tag \fItagOrId\fR is located at
position (\fIxPos\fR,\fIyPos\fR). \fIxPos\fR and \fIyPos\fR may be
the empty string, in which case the corresponding coordinate
will be unchanged. All items matching
\fItagOrId\fR remain in the same positions relative to each other.
This command returns an empty string.

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\fIpathName \fBpostscript \fR?\fIoption value option value ...\fR?
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Generate a Postscript representation for part or all of the canvas.
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associated with the item and \fIyAmount\fR to the y-coordinate of
each point associated with the item.
This command returns an empty string.
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\fIpathName \fBmoveto \fItagOrId xPos yPos\fR
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Move the items given by \fItagOrId\fR in the canvas coordinate
space so that the first coordinate pair (the upper-left corner of the
bounding box) of the first item (the lowest in the display list) with
tag \fItagOrId\fR is located at
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the empty string, in which case the corresponding coordinate
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This command returns an empty string.
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\fIpathName \fBpostscript \fR?\fIoption value option value ...\fR?
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Generate a Postscript representation for part or all of the canvas.
If the \fB\-file\fR option is specified then the Postscript is written
to a file and an empty string is returned; otherwise the Postscript
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\fIpathName \fBrchars \fItagOrId first last string\fR
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This command causes the text or coordinates between \fIfirst\fR and \fIlast\fR
for each of the items indicated by \fItagOrId\fR to be replaced by
\fIstring\fR. Each item interprets \fIfirst\fR and \fIlast\fR independently
according to the rules described in \fBINDICES\fR above. Out of the standard
set of items, text items support this operation by altering their text as
directed, and line and polygon items support this operation by altering their
coordinate list (in which case \fIstring\fR should be a list of coordinates to
use as a replacement). The other items ignore this operation.
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\fIpathName \fBrotate \fItagOrId xOrigin yOrigin angle\fR
.VS "8.7, TIP164"
Rotate the coordinates of all of the items given by \fItagOrId\fR in canvas
coordinate space.
\fIXOrigin\fR and \fIyOrigin\fR identify the origin for the rotation
operation and \fIangle\fR identifies the amount to rotate the coordinates
anticlockwise, in degrees. (Negative values rotate clockwise.)
This command returns an empty string.
.RS
.PP
Implementation note: not all item types work the same with rotations. In
particular,\fB bitmap\fR,\fB image\fR,\fB text\fR and\fB window\fR items only
rotate their anchor points and do not rotate the items themselves about those
points, and the \fBarc\fR, \fBoval\fR and \fBrectangle\fR types rotate about a
computed center point instead of moving the bounding box coordinates directly.
.PP
Some items (currently \fBarc\fR and\fB text\fR) have angles in their options;
this command \fIdoes not\fR affect those options.
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Rescale the coordinates of all of the items given by \fItagOrId\fR in canvas
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\fIpathName \fBrchars \fItagOrId first last string\fR
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This command causes the text or coordinates between \fIfirst\fR and \fIlast\fR
for each of the items indicated by \fItagOrId\fR to be replaced by
\fIstring\fR. Each item interprets \fIfirst\fR and \fIlast\fR independently
according to the rules described in \fBINDICES\fR above. Out of the standard
set of items, text items support this operation by altering their text as
directed, and line and polygon items support this operation by altering their
coordinate list (in which case \fIstring\fR should be a list of coordinates to
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\fIpathName \fBscale \fItagOrId xOrigin yOrigin xScale yScale\fR
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Rescale the coordinates of all of the items given by \fItagOrId\fR in canvas
coordinate space.
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operation and \fIxScale\fR and \fIyScale\fR identify the scale
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\fIpathName \fBxview scroll \fInumber what\fR
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This command shifts the view in the window left or right according to
\fInumber\fR and \fIwhat\fR.
\fINumber\fR must be an integer or a float, but if it is a float then
it is converted to an integer, rounded away from 0.
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adjusts in units of nine-tenths the window's width.
If \fInumber\fR is negative then information farther to the left
becomes visible; if it is positive then information farther to the right
becomes visible.
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of the \fBxScrollIncrement\fR option, if it is greater than zero,
or in units of one-tenth the window's width otherwise.
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\fIpathName \fByview ?\fIargs\fR?
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This command is used to query and change the vertical position of the
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\fIpathName \fBxview scroll \fInumber what\fR
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This command shifts the view in the window left or right according to
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\fINumber\fR must be an integer.

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\fIpathName \fByview ?\fIargs\fR?
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This command adjusts the view in the window up or down according to
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If \fInumber\fR is negative then higher information becomes
visible; if it is positive then lower information
becomes visible.
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of the \fByScrollIncrement\fR option, if it is greater than zero,
or in units of one-tenth the window's height otherwise.
.RE
.SH "OVERVIEW OF ITEM TYPES"
.PP
The sections below describe the various types of items supported
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This command adjusts the view in the window up or down according to
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\fINumber\fR must be an integer.
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If \fIwhat\fR is \fBunits\fR, the view adjusts up or down in units
of the \fByScrollIncrement\fR option, if it is greater than zero,
or in units of one-tenth the window's height otherwise.
If \fIwhat\fR is \fBpages\fR then
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.SH "OVERVIEW OF ITEM TYPES"
.PP
The sections below describe the various types of items supported
by canvas widgets. Each item type is characterized by two things:
first, the form of the \fBcreate\fR command used to create
instances of the type; and second, a set of configuration options
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.SH "STANDARD ITEM TYPES"
.SS "ARC ITEMS"
.PP
Items of type \fBarc\fR appear on the display as arc-shaped regions.
An arc is a section of an oval delimited by two angles (specified
by either the \fB\-start\fR and \fB\-extent\fR options or the \fB\-height\fR option)
and displayed in one of several ways (specified by the \fB\-style\fR option).
Arcs are created with widget commands of the following form:
.CS
\fIpathName \fBcreate arc \fIx1 y1 x2 y2 \fR?\fIoption value ...\fR?
\fIpathName \fBcreate arc \fIcoordList\fR ?\fIoption value ...\fR?
.CE
The arguments \fIx1\fR, \fIy1\fR, \fIx2\fR, and \fIy2\fR or \fIcoordList\fR give
the coordinates of two diagonally opposite corners of a
rectangular region enclosing the oval that defines the arc (except when
\fB\-height\fR is specified - see below).
.
After the coordinates there may be any number of \fIoption\fR\-\fIvalue\fR
pairs, each of which sets one of the configuration options
for the item. These same \fIoption\fR\-\fIvalue\fR pairs may be
used in \fBitemconfigure\fR widget commands to change the item's
configuration. An arc item becomes the current item when the mouse pointer is
over any part that is painted or (when fully transparent) that would be
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.SH "STANDARD ITEM TYPES"
.SS "ARC ITEMS"
.PP
Items of type \fBarc\fR appear on the display as arc-shaped regions.
An arc is a section of an oval delimited by two angles (specified
by the \fB\-start\fR and \fB\-extent\fR options) and displayed in
one of several ways (specified by the \fB\-style\fR option).
Arcs are created with widget commands of the following form:
.CS
\fIpathName \fBcreate arc \fIx1 y1 x2 y2 \fR?\fIoption value ...\fR?
\fIpathName \fBcreate arc \fIcoordList\fR ?\fIoption value ...\fR?
.CE
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the coordinates of two diagonally opposite corners of a
rectangular region enclosing the oval that defines the arc.


After the coordinates there may be any number of \fIoption\fR\-\fIvalue\fR
pairs, each of which sets one of the configuration options
for the item. These same \fIoption\fR\-\fIvalue\fR pairs may be
used in \fBitemconfigure\fR widget commands to change the item's
configuration. An arc item becomes the current item when the mouse pointer is
over any part that is painted or (when fully transparent) that would be
painted if both the \fB\-fill\fR and \fB\-outline\fR options were non-empty.
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\fB\-start \fIdegrees\fR
Specifies the beginning of the angular range occupied by the
arc.
\fIDegrees\fR is given in units of degrees measured counter-clockwise
from the 3-o'clock position; it may be either positive or negative.
.TP
\fB\-height \fIdistance\fR
Provides a shortcut for creating a circular arc segment by defining the
distance of the mid-point of the arc from its chord. When this option
is used the coordinates are interpreted as the start and end coordinates
of the chord, and the options \fB\-start\fR and \fB-extent\fR are ignored.
The value of \fIdistance\fR has the following meaning:
.RS
.PP
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.br
\fIdistance\fR < 0 creates an counter-clockwise arc
.br
\fIdistance\fR = 0 creates an arc as if this option had not been specified
.RE
.PP
If you want the arc to have a specific radius, \fIr\fR, use the formula:
.PP
.RS
\fIdistance\fR = \fIr\fR \(+- sqrt(\fIr\fR**2 - (chordLength / 2)**2)
.RE
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choosing the minus sign for the minor arc and the plus sign for the major arc.
.PP
Note that \fBitemcget \-height\fR always returns 0 so that introspection code
can be kept simple.
.RE
.TP
\fB\-style \fItype\fR
Specifies how to draw the arc. If \fItype\fR is \fBpieslice\fR
(the default) then the arc's region is defined by a section
of the oval's perimeter plus two line segments, one between the center
of the oval and each end of the perimeter section.
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\fB\-style \fItype\fR
Specifies how to draw the arc. If \fItype\fR is \fBpieslice\fR
(the default) then the arc's region is defined by a section
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of the oval and each end of the perimeter section.
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\fB\-disabledstipple\fR	\fB\-state\fR
\fB\-tags\fR
.DE
The following extra options are supported for text items:
.TP
\fB\-angle \fIrotationDegrees\fR
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\fIRotationDegrees\fR tells how many degrees to rotate the text anticlockwise
about the positioning point for the text; it may have any floating-point value
from 0.0 to 360.0. For example, if \fIrotationDegrees\fR is \fB90\fR, then the
text will be drawn vertically from bottom to top.
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.TP
\fB\-font \fIfontName\fR
Specifies the font to use for the text item.
\fIFontName\fR may be any string acceptable to \fBTk_GetFont\fR.
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The following extra options are supported for text items:
.TP
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.VS 8.6
\fIRotationDegrees\fR tells how many degrees to rotate the text anticlockwise
about the positioning point for the text; it may have any floating-point value
from 0.0 to 360.0. For example, if \fIrotationDegrees\fR is \fB90\fR, then the
text will be drawn vertically from bottom to top.
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.TP
\fB\-font \fIfontName\fR
Specifies the font to use for the text item.
\fIFontName\fR may be any string acceptable to \fBTk_GetFont\fR.
If this option is not specified, it defaults to a system-dependent
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.SH "WIDGET COMMAND"
.PP
The \fBcheckbutton\fR command creates a new Tcl command whose
name is \fIpathName\fR.  This
command may be used to invoke various
operations on the widget.  It has the following general form:
.CS
\fIpathName option \fR?\fIarg ...\fR?
.CE
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.PP
The \fBcheckbutton\fR command creates a new Tcl command whose
name is \fIpathName\fR.  This
command may be used to invoke various
operations on the widget.  It has the following general form:
.CS
\fIpathName option \fR?\fIarg arg ...\fR?
.CE
\fIOption\fR and the \fIarg\fRs
determine the exact behavior of the command.  The following
commands are possible for checkbutton widgets:
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.BS
'\" Note:  do not modify the .SH NAME line immediately below!
.SH NAME
clipboard \- Manipulate Tk clipboard
.SH SYNOPSIS
\fBclipboard \fIoption\fR ?\fIarg ...\fR?
.BE
.SH DESCRIPTION
.PP
This command provides a Tcl interface to the Tk clipboard,
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'\" Note:  do not modify the .SH NAME line immediately below!
.SH NAME
clipboard \- Manipulate Tk clipboard
.SH SYNOPSIS
\fBclipboard \fIoption\fR ?\fIarg arg ...\fR?
.BE
.SH DESCRIPTION
.PP
This command provides a Tcl interface to the Tk clipboard,
which stores data for later retrieval using the selection mechanism
(via the \fB\-selection CLIPBOARD\fR option).
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system3dLight	systemInactiveBorder
systemActiveBorder	systemInactiveCaption
systemActiveCaption	systemInactiveCaptionText
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systemBackground	systemInfoText
systemButtonFace	systemMenu
systemButtonHighlight	systemMenuText
systemButtonShadow	systemPlaceholderText
systemButtonText	systemScrollbar
systemCaptionText	systemWindow
systemDisabledText	systemWindowFrame
systemGrayText	systemWindowText
systemHighlight
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.RE
.SH "SEE ALSO"
options(n), Tk_GetColor(3)
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.SH "SEE ALSO"
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.SH "WIDGET-SPECIFIC OPTIONS"
.OP \-disabledbackground disabledBackground DisabledBackground
Specifies the background color to use when the entry is disabled.  If
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.SH "WIDGET-SPECIFIC OPTIONS"
.OP \-disabledbackground disabledBackground DisabledBackground
Specifies the background color to use when the entry is disabled.  If
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name is \fIpathName\fR.  This command may be used to invoke various
operations on the widget.  It has the following general form:
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.SS INDICES
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name is \fIpathName\fR.  This command may be used to invoke various
operations on the widget.  It has the following general form:
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.SS INDICES
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This command shifts the view in the window left or right according to
\fInumber\fR and \fIwhat\fR.
\fINumber\fR must be an integer or a float, but if it is a float then
it is converted to an integer, rounded away from 0.
\fIWhat\fR must be either \fBpages\fR or \fBunits\fR or an abbreviation
of one of these.


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If \fInumber\fR is negative then characters farther to the left become
visible;  if it is positive then characters farther to the right
become visible.
If \fIwhat\fR is \fBunits\fR, the view adjusts left or right by
\fInumber\fR average-width characters on the display.
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.SH "DEFAULT BINDINGS"
.PP
Tk automatically creates class bindings for entries that give them
the following default behavior. In the descriptions below,
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\fIpathName \fBxview scroll \fInumber what\fR
This command shifts the view in the window left or right according to
\fInumber\fR and \fIwhat\fR.
\fINumber\fR must be an integer.

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of one of these.
If \fIwhat\fR is \fBunits\fR, the view adjusts left or right by
\fInumber\fR average-width characters on the display;  if it is
\fBpages\fR then the view adjusts by \fInumber\fR screenfuls.
If \fInumber\fR is negative then characters farther to the left
become visible;  if it is positive then characters farther to the right
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.RE
.SH "DEFAULT BINDINGS"
.PP
Tk automatically creates class bindings for entries that give them
the following default behavior. In the descriptions below,
.QW word
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'\" Note:  do not modify the .SH NAME line immediately below!
.SH NAME
event \- Miscellaneous event facilities: define virtual events and generate events
.SH SYNOPSIS
\fBevent\fI option \fR?\fIarg ...\fR?
.BE
.SH DESCRIPTION
.PP
The \fBevent\fR command provides several facilities for dealing with
window system events, such as defining virtual events and synthesizing
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event \- Miscellaneous event facilities: define virtual events and generate events
.SH SYNOPSIS
\fBevent\fI option \fR?\fIarg arg ...\fR?
.BE
.SH DESCRIPTION
.PP
The \fBevent\fR command provides several facilities for dealing with
window system events, such as defining virtual events and synthesizing
events.  The command has several different forms, determined by the
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Valid for \fBConfigure\fR events.
Corresponds to the \fB%B\fR substitution for binding scripts.
.TP
\fB\-button\fI number\fR
\fINumber\fR must be an integer;  it specifies the \fIdetail\fR field
for a \fBButton\fR or \fBButtonRelease\fR event, overriding
any button  number provided in the base \fIevent\fR argument.
Corresponds to the \fB%b\fR substitution for binding scripts.
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\fB\-count\fI number\fR
\fINumber\fR must be an integer;  it specifies the \fIcount\fR field
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Valid for \fBConfigure\fR events.
Corresponds to the \fB%B\fR substitution for binding scripts.
.TP
\fB\-button\fI number\fR
\fINumber\fR must be an integer;  it specifies the \fIdetail\fR field
for a \fBButtonPress\fR or \fBButtonRelease\fR event, overriding
any button  number provided in the base \fIevent\fR argument.
Corresponds to the \fB%b\fR substitution for binding scripts.
.TP
\fB\-count\fI number\fR
\fINumber\fR must be an integer;  it specifies the \fIcount\fR field
for the event.  Valid for \fBExpose\fR events.
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Corresponds to the \fB%h\fR substitution for binding scripts.
.TP
\fB\-keycode\fI number\fR
\fINumber\fR  must be an integer;  it specifies the \fIkeycode\fR
field for the event.
Valid for \fBKey\fR and \fBKeyRelease\fR events.
Corresponds to the \fB%k\fR substitution for binding scripts.
.TP
\fB\-keysym\fI name\fR
\fIName\fR must be the name of a valid keysym, such as \fBg\fR,
\fBspace\fR, or \fBReturn\fR;  its corresponding
keycode value is used as the \fIkeycode\fR field for event, overriding
any detail specified in the base \fIevent\fR argument.
Valid for \fBKey\fR and \fBKeyRelease\fR events.
Corresponds to the \fB%K\fR substitution for binding scripts.
.TP
\fB\-mode\fI notify\fR
\fINotify\fR specifies the \fImode\fR field for the event and must be
one of \fBNotifyNormal\fR, \fBNotifyGrab\fR, \fBNotifyUngrab\fR, or
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Corresponds to the \fB%h\fR substitution for binding scripts.
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\fB\-keycode\fI number\fR
\fINumber\fR  must be an integer;  it specifies the \fIkeycode\fR
field for the event.
Valid for \fBKeyPress\fR and \fBKeyRelease\fR events.
Corresponds to the \fB%k\fR substitution for binding scripts.
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\fB\-keysym\fI name\fR
\fIName\fR must be the name of a valid keysym, such as \fBg\fR,
\fBspace\fR, or \fBReturn\fR;  its corresponding
keycode value is used as the \fIkeycode\fR field for event, overriding
any detail specified in the base \fIevent\fR argument.
Valid for \fBKeyPress\fR and \fBKeyRelease\fR events.
Corresponds to the \fB%K\fR substitution for binding scripts.
.TP
\fB\-mode\fI notify\fR
\fINotify\fR specifies the \fImode\fR field for the event and must be
one of \fBNotifyNormal\fR, \fBNotifyGrab\fR, \fBNotifyUngrab\fR, or
\fBNotifyWhileGrabbed\fR.
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Valid for \fBCirculate\fR events.
Corresponds to the \fB%p\fR substitution for binding scripts.
.TP
\fB\-root\fI window\fR
\fIWindow\fR must be either a window path name or an integer window
identifier;  it specifies the \fIroot\fR field for the event.
Valid for \fBKey\fR, \fBKeyRelease\fR, \fBButton\fR,
\fBButtonRelease\fR, \fBEnter\fR, \fBLeave\fR, and \fBMotion\fR
events.
Corresponds to the \fB%R\fR substitution for binding scripts.
.TP
\fB\-rootx\fI coord\fR
\fICoord\fR must be a screen distance;  it specifies the \fIx_root\fR
field for the event.
Valid for \fBKey\fR, \fBKeyRelease\fR, \fBButton\fR,
\fBButtonRelease\fR, \fBEnter\fR, \fBLeave\fR, and \fBMotion\fR
events.  Corresponds to the \fB%X\fR substitution for binding scripts.
.TP
\fB\-rooty\fI coord\fR
\fICoord\fR must be a screen distance;  it specifies the \fIy_root\fR
field for the event.
Valid for \fBKey\fR, \fBKeyRelease\fR, \fBButton\fR,
\fBButtonRelease\fR, \fBEnter\fR, \fBLeave\fR, and \fBMotion\fR
events.
Corresponds to the \fB%Y\fR substitution for binding scripts.
.TP
\fB\-sendevent\fI boolean\fR
\fIBoolean\fR must be a boolean value;  it specifies the \fIsend_event\fR
field for the event.  Valid for all events.  Corresponds to the
\fB%E\fR substitution for binding scripts.
.TP
\fB\-serial\fI number\fR
\fINumber\fR must be an integer;  it specifies the \fIserial\fR field
for the event.  Valid for all events.
Corresponds to the \fB%#\fR substitution for binding scripts.
.TP
\fB\-state\fI state\fR
\fIState\fR specifies the \fIstate\fR field for the event.
For \fBKey\fR, \fBKeyRelease\fR, \fBButtons\fR,
\fBButtonRelease\fR, \fBEnter\fR, \fBLeave\fR, and \fBMotion\fR events
it must be an integer value.
For \fBVisibility\fR events it must be one of \fBVisibilityUnobscured\fR,
\fBVisibilityPartiallyObscured\fR, or \fBVisibilityFullyObscured\fR.
This option overrides any modifiers such as \fBMeta\fR or \fBControl\fR
specified in the base \fIevent\fR.
Corresponds to the \fB%s\fR substitution for binding scripts.
.TP
\fB\-subwindow\fI window\fR
\fIWindow\fR specifies the \fIsubwindow\fR field for the event, either
as a path name for a Tk widget or as an integer window identifier.
Valid for \fBKey\fR, \fBKeyRelease\fR, \fBButton\fR,
\fBButtonRelease\fR, \fBEnter\fR, \fBLeave\fR, and \fBMotion\fR events.
Similar to \fB%S\fR substitution for binding scripts.
.TP
\fB\-time\fI integer\fR
\fIInteger\fR must be an integer value;  it specifies the \fItime\fR field
for the event. Additonally the special value \fBcurrent\fR is allowed,
this value will be substituted by the current event time.
Valid for \fBKey\fR, \fBKeyRelease\fR, \fBButton\fR,
\fBButtonRelease\fR, \fBEnter\fR, \fBLeave\fR, \fBMotion\fR,
and \fBProperty\fR events.
Corresponds to the \fB%t\fR substitution for binding scripts.
.TP
\fB\-warp\fI boolean\fR
\fIboolean\fR must be a boolean value;  it specifies whether
the screen pointer should be warped as well.
Valid for \fBKey\fR, \fBKeyRelease\fR, \fBButton\fR,
\fBButtonRelease\fR, and \fBMotion\fR events.  The pointer will
only warp to a window if it is mapped.
.TP
\fB\-width\fI size\fR
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Valid for \fBCirculate\fR events.
Corresponds to the \fB%p\fR substitution for binding scripts.
.TP
\fB\-root\fI window\fR
\fIWindow\fR must be either a window path name or an integer window
identifier;  it specifies the \fIroot\fR field for the event.
Valid for \fBKeyPress\fR, \fBKeyRelease\fR, \fBButtonPress\fR,
\fBButtonRelease\fR, \fBEnter\fR, \fBLeave\fR, and \fBMotion\fR
events.
Corresponds to the \fB%R\fR substitution for binding scripts.
.TP
\fB\-rootx\fI coord\fR
\fICoord\fR must be a screen distance;  it specifies the \fIx_root\fR
field for the event.
Valid for \fBKeyPress\fR, \fBKeyRelease\fR, \fBButtonPress\fR,
\fBButtonRelease\fR, \fBEnter\fR, \fBLeave\fR, and \fBMotion\fR
events.  Corresponds to the \fB%X\fR substitution for binding scripts.
.TP
\fB\-rooty\fI coord\fR
\fICoord\fR must be a screen distance;  it specifies the \fIy_root\fR
field for the event.
Valid for \fBKeyPress\fR, \fBKeyRelease\fR, \fBButtonPress\fR,
\fBButtonRelease\fR, \fBEnter\fR, \fBLeave\fR, and \fBMotion\fR
events.
Corresponds to the \fB%Y\fR substitution for binding scripts.
.TP
\fB\-sendevent\fI boolean\fR
\fIBoolean\fR must be a boolean value;  it specifies the \fIsend_event\fR
field for the event.  Valid for all events.  Corresponds to the
\fB%E\fR substitution for binding scripts.
.TP
\fB\-serial\fI number\fR
\fINumber\fR must be an integer;  it specifies the \fIserial\fR field
for the event.  Valid for all events.
Corresponds to the \fB%#\fR substitution for binding scripts.
.TP
\fB\-state\fI state\fR
\fIState\fR specifies the \fIstate\fR field for the event.
For \fBKeyPress\fR, \fBKeyRelease\fR, \fBButtonPress\fR,
\fBButtonRelease\fR, \fBEnter\fR, \fBLeave\fR, and \fBMotion\fR events
it must be an integer value.
For \fBVisibility\fR events it must be one of \fBVisibilityUnobscured\fR,
\fBVisibilityPartiallyObscured\fR, or \fBVisibilityFullyObscured\fR.
This option overrides any modifiers such as \fBMeta\fR or \fBControl\fR
specified in the base \fIevent\fR.
Corresponds to the \fB%s\fR substitution for binding scripts.
.TP
\fB\-subwindow\fI window\fR
\fIWindow\fR specifies the \fIsubwindow\fR field for the event, either
as a path name for a Tk widget or as an integer window identifier.
Valid for \fBKeyPress\fR, \fBKeyRelease\fR, \fBButtonPress\fR,
\fBButtonRelease\fR, \fBEnter\fR, \fBLeave\fR, and \fBMotion\fR events.
Similar to \fB%S\fR substitution for binding scripts.
.TP
\fB\-time\fI integer\fR
\fIInteger\fR must be an integer value;  it specifies the \fItime\fR field
for the event. Additonally the special value \fBcurrent\fR is allowed,
this value will be substituted by the current event time.
Valid for \fBKeyPress\fR, \fBKeyRelease\fR, \fBButtonPress\fR,
\fBButtonRelease\fR, \fBEnter\fR, \fBLeave\fR, \fBMotion\fR,
and \fBProperty\fR events.
Corresponds to the \fB%t\fR substitution for binding scripts.
.TP
\fB\-warp\fI boolean\fR
\fIboolean\fR must be a boolean value;  it specifies whether
the screen pointer should be warped as well.
Valid for \fBKeyPress\fR, \fBKeyRelease\fR, \fBButtonPress\fR,
\fBButtonRelease\fR, and \fBMotion\fR events.  The pointer will
only warp to a window if it is mapped.
.TP
\fB\-width\fI size\fR
\fISize\fR must be a screen distance;  it specifies the \fIwidth\fR field
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\fB\-x\fI coord\fR
\fICoord\fR must be a screen distance;  it specifies the \fIx\fR field
for the event.
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\fBButtonRelease\fR, \fBMotion\fR, \fBEnter\fR, \fBLeave\fR,
\fBExpose\fR, \fBConfigure\fR, \fBGravity\fR, and \fBReparent\fR
events.
Corresponds to the \fB%x\fR substitution for binding scripts.
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screen, and this option corresponds to the \fB%X\fR substitution
for binding scripts.
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\fB\-y\fI coord\fR
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field for the event.
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\fBButtonRelease\fR, \fBMotion\fR, \fBEnter\fR, \fBLeave\fR,
\fBExpose\fR, \fBConfigure\fR, \fBGravity\fR, and \fBReparent\fR
events.
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for the event.
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\fBButtonRelease\fR, \fBMotion\fR, \fBEnter\fR, \fBLeave\fR,
\fBExpose\fR, \fBConfigure\fR, \fBGravity\fR, and \fBReparent\fR
events.
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for binding scripts.
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\fB\-y\fI coord\fR
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field for the event.
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\fBButtonRelease\fR, \fBMotion\fR, \fBEnter\fR, \fBLeave\fR,
\fBExpose\fR, \fBConfigure\fR, \fBGravity\fR, and \fBReparent\fR
events.
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The legacy widgets ignore this event.
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\fB<<TkWorldChanged>>\fR
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This event is sent to all widgets when a font is changed, for example,
by the use of [font configure].  The user_data field (%d) will have the
value "FontChanged".  For other system wide changes, this event will
be sent to all widgets, and the user_data field will indicate the
cause of the change.  NOTE: all tk and ttk widgets already handle this
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When a definition of a virtual event changes at run time, all windows
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.PP
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\fB<<Paste>>\fR binding will emerge.
Typing Control-y will no longer invoke the \fB<Control-y>\fR binding,
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.SH SYNOPSIS
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.SH SYNOPSIS
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\fBfocus \fIoption\fR ?\fIarg arg ...\fR?
.fi
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.SH DESCRIPTION
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The \fBfocus\fR command is used to manage the Tk input focus.
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.SH SYNOPSIS
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.SH DESCRIPTION
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.SH SYNOPSIS
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.PP
The \fBfont\fR command provides several facilities for dealing with
fonts, such as defining named fonts and inspecting the actual attributes of
a font.  The command has several different forms, determined by the
first argument.  The following forms are currently supported:

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.SH NAME
fontchooser \- control font selection dialog
.SH SYNOPSIS
\fBtk fontchooser\fR \fBconfigure\fR ?\fI\-option value ...\fR?
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.SH DESCRIPTION
.PP
The \fBtk fontchooser\fR command controls the Tk font selection dialog. It uses
the native platform font selection dialog where available, or a dialog
implemented in Tcl otherwise.
.PP
Unlike most of the other Tk dialog commands, \fBtk fontchooser\fR does not
return an immediate result, as on some platforms (Mac OS X) the standard font
dialog is modeless while on others (Windows) it is modal. To accommodate this
difference, all user interaction with the dialog will be communicated to the
caller via callbacks or virtual events.
.PP
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.TP
\fBtk fontchooser\fR \fBconfigure \fR?\fI\-option value ...\fR?
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Set or query one or more of the configurations options below (analogous to Tk
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fontchooser \- control font selection dialog
.SH SYNOPSIS
\fBtk fontchooser\fR \fBconfigure\fR ?\fI\-option value \-option value ...\fR?
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.SH DESCRIPTION
.PP
The \fBtk fontchooser\fR command controls the Tk font selection dialog. It uses
the native platform font selection dialog where available, or a dialog
implemented in Tcl otherwise.
.PP
Unlike most of the other Tk dialog commands, \fBtk fontchooser\fR does not
return an immediate result, as on some platforms (Mac OS X) the standard font
dialog is modeless while on others (Windows) it is modal. To accommodate this
difference, all user interaction with the dialog will be communicated to the
caller via callbacks or virtual events.
.PP
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.TP
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Set or query one or more of the configurations options below (analogous to Tk
widget configuration).
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\fBtk fontchooser\fR \fBshow\fR
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.SH "WIDGET-SPECIFIC OPTIONS"
.OP \-background background Background
This option is the same as the standard \fB\-background\fR option
except that its value may also be specified as an empty string.
In this case, the widget will display no background or border, and
no colors will be consumed from its colormap for its background
and border.
.VS "8.7, TIP262"
An empty background will disable drawing the background image.
.OP \-backgroundimage backgroundImage BackgroundImage
This specifies an image to display on the frame's background within
the border of the frame (i.e., the image will be clipped by the
frame's highlight ring and border, if either are present); subwidgets
of the frame will be drawn on top. The image must have been created
with the \fBimage create\fR command. If specified as the empty string,
no image will be displayed.
.VE "8.7, TIP262"
.OP \-class class Class
Specifies a class for the window.
This class will be used when querying the option database for
the window's other options, and it will also be used later for
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.OP \-background background Background
This option is the same as the standard \fB\-background\fR option
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Specifies a class for the window.
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the window's other options, and it will also be used later for
other purposes such as bindings.
The \fB\-class\fR option may not be changed with the \fBconfigure\fR
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to zero then the window will not request any size at all.  Note that this
sets the total height of the frame, any \fB\-borderwidth\fR or similar is
not added.  Normally \fB\-height\fR should not be used if a propagating
geometry manager, such as \fBgrid\fR or \fBpack\fR, is used within the
frame since the geometry manager will override the height of the frame.
.OP \-tile tile Tile
.VS "8.7, TIP262"
This specifies how to draw the background image (see
\fB\-backgroundimage\fR) on the frame.
If true (according to \fBTcl_GetBoolean\fR), the image will be tiled
to fill the whole frame, with the origin of the first copy of the
image being the top left of the interior of the frame.
If false (the default), the image will be centered within the frame.
.VE "8.7, TIP262"
.OP \-visual visual Visual
Specifies visual information for the new window in any of the
forms accepted by \fBTk_GetVisual\fR.
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to zero then the window will not request any size at all.  Note that this
sets the total height of the frame, any \fB\-borderwidth\fR or similar is
not added.  Normally \fB\-height\fR should not be used if a propagating
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Specifies visual information for the new window in any of the
forms accepted by \fBTk_GetVisual\fR.
If this option is not specified, the new window will use the same
visual as its parent.
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to configure aspects of the frame such as its background color
and relief.  The \fBframe\fR command returns the
path name of the new window.
.PP
A frame is a simple widget.  Its primary purpose is to act as a
spacer or container for complex window layouts.  The only features
of a frame are its background and an optional 3-D border to make the
frame appear raised or sunken.
.SH "WIDGET COMMAND"
.PP
The \fBframe\fR command creates a new Tcl command whose
name is the same as the path name of the frame's window.  This
command may be used to invoke various
operations on the widget.  It has the following general form:
.PP
.CS
\fIpathName option \fR?\fIarg ...\fR?
.CE
.PP
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the frame widget's path name.  \fIOption\fR and the \fIarg\fRs
determine the exact behavior of the command.  The following
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to configure aspects of the frame such as its background color
and relief.  The \fBframe\fR command returns the
path name of the new window.
.PP
A frame is a simple widget.  Its primary purpose is to act as a
spacer or container for complex window layouts.  The only features
of a frame are its background color and an optional 3-D border to make the
frame appear raised or sunken.
.SH "WIDGET COMMAND"
.PP
The \fBframe\fR command creates a new Tcl command whose
name is the same as the path name of the frame's window.  This
command may be used to invoke various
operations on the widget.  It has the following general form:
.PP
.CS
\fIpathName option \fR?\fIarg arg ...\fR?
.CE
.PP
\fIPathName\fR is the name of the command, which is the same as
the frame widget's path name.  \fIOption\fR and the \fIarg\fRs
determine the exact behavior of the command.  The following
commands are possible for frame widgets:
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.SH SYNOPSIS
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.SH SYNOPSIS
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.BE
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.PP
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\fB\-sticky \fIstyle\fR
.
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option may be used to position (or stretch) the content within its cell.
\fIStyle\fR  is a string that contains zero or more of the characters
\fBn\fR, \fBs\fR, \fBe\fR or \fBw\fR.
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east, or west) that the content will
.QW stick
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specified, the content will be stretched to fill the entire
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\fB\-sticky \fIstyle\fR
.
If a content's cell is larger than its requested dimensions, this
option may be used to position (or stretch) the content within its cell.
\fIStyle\fR  is a string that contains zero or more of the characters
\fBn\fR, \fBs\fR, \fBe\fR or \fBw\fR.
The string can optionally contains spaces or
commas, but they are ignored.  Each letter refers to a side (north, south,
east, or west) that the content will
.QW stick
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specified, the content will be stretched to fill the entire
height (or width) of its cavity.  The \fB\-sticky\fR option subsumes the
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The configuration options for that window are forgotten, so that if the
window is managed once more by the grid geometry manager, the initial
default settings are used.
.RS
.PP
.VS "TIP 518"
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the virtual event \fB<<NoManagedChild>>\fR to the container; the container
may choose to resize itself (or otherwise respond) to such a change.
.VE "TIP 518"
.RE
.TP
\fBgrid info \fIwindow\fR
.
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the content given by \fIwindow\fR in the same option-value form that
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Returns a list whose elements are the current configuration state of
the content given by \fIwindow\fR in the same option-value form that
might be specified to \fBgrid configure\fR.
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.
Query or set the row properties of the \fIindex\fR row of the
geometry container, \fIwindow\fR.
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and \fB\-pad\fR.
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.
Query or set the row properties of the \fIindex\fR row of the
geometry window, \fIwindow\fR.
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and \fB\-pad\fR.
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a list of row indices to which the configuration options will operate on.
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However, the configuration options for that window are remembered,
so that if the content window is managed once more by the grid
geometry manager, the previous values are retained.
.RS
.PP
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If the last content window of the container becomes unmanaged, this will also send
the virtual event \fB<<NoManagedChild>>\fR to the container; the container
may choose to resize itself (or otherwise respond) to such a change.
.VE "TIP 518"
.RE
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.
Returns the size of the grid (in columns then rows) for \fIcontainer\fR.
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row or column, or the largest column or row with a \fB\-minsize\fR,
\fB\-weight\fR, or \fB\-pad\fR that is non-zero.
.TP
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.
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is returned, most recently managed first.
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causes only the content in the row (or column) specified by \fIvalue\fR
to be returned.

.TP
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Synonym for . \fBgrid content \fIwindow\fR ?\fI\-option value\fR?

.SH "RELATIVE PLACEMENT"
.PP
The \fBgrid\fR command contains a limited set of capabilities that
permit layouts to be created without specifying the row and column
information for each content.  This permits content to be rearranged,
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Returns the size of the grid (in columns then rows) for \fIcontainer\fR.
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row or column, or the largest column or row with a \fB\-minsize\fR,
\fB\-weight\fR, or \fB\-pad\fR that is non-zero.
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.
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are returned, most recently managed first.
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causes only the content in the row (or column) specified by \fIvalue\fR
to be returned.
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Synonym for \fBgrid slaves \fIwindow\fR ?\fI\-option value\fR?.
.VE "TIP 581"
.SH "RELATIVE PLACEMENT"
.PP
The \fBgrid\fR command contains a limited set of capabilities that
permit layouts to be created without specifying the row and column
information for each content.  This permits content to be rearranged,
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image \- Create and manipulate images
.SH SYNOPSIS
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.BE
.SH DESCRIPTION
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image \- Create and manipulate images
.SH SYNOPSIS
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Scaron                             425     0x1A9
Scedilla                           426     0x1AA
Tcaron                             427     0x1AB
Zacute                             428     0x1AC


Zcaron                             430     0x1AE
Zabovedot                          431     0x1AF
aogonek                            433     0x1B1
ogonek                             434     0x1B2
lstroke                            435     0x1B3
lcaron                             437     0x1B5
sacute                             438     0x1B6
390
391
392
393
394
395
396


397
398
399
400
401
402
403
kana_RU                           1241     0x4D9
kana_RE                           1242     0x4DA
kana_RO                           1243     0x4DB
kana_WA                           1244     0x4DC
kana_N                            1245     0x4DD
voicedsound                       1246     0x4DE
semivoicedsound                   1247     0x4DF


Arabic_comma                      1452     0x5AC
Arabic_semicolon                  1467     0x5BB
Arabic_question_mark              1471     0x5BF
Arabic_hamza                      1473     0x5C1
Arabic_maddaonalef                1474     0x5C2
Arabic_hamzaonalef                1475     0x5C3
Arabic_hamzaonwaw                 1476     0x5C4






>
>







390
391
392
393
394
395
396
397
398
399
400
401
402
403
404
405
kana_RU                           1241     0x4D9
kana_RE                           1242     0x4DA
kana_RO                           1243     0x4DB
kana_WA                           1244     0x4DC
kana_N                            1245     0x4DD
voicedsound                       1246     0x4DE
semivoicedsound                   1247     0x4DF
.CE
.CS
Arabic_comma                      1452     0x5AC
Arabic_semicolon                  1467     0x5BB
Arabic_question_mark              1471     0x5BF
Arabic_hamza                      1473     0x5C1
Arabic_maddaonalef                1474     0x5C2
Arabic_hamzaonalef                1475     0x5C3
Arabic_hamzaonwaw                 1476     0x5C4
425
426
427
428
429
430
431
432
433
434
435
436
437
438
439
440
Arabic_ghain                      1498     0x5DA
Arabic_tatweel                    1504     0x5E0
Arabic_feh                        1505     0x5E1
Arabic_qaf                        1506     0x5E2
Arabic_kaf                        1507     0x5E3
Arabic_lam                        1508     0x5E4
Arabic_meem                       1509     0x5E5
.CE
.CS
Arabic_noon                       1510     0x5E6
Arabic_ha                         1511     0x5E7
Arabic_waw                        1512     0x5E8
Arabic_alefmaksura                1513     0x5E9
Arabic_yeh                        1514     0x5EA
Arabic_fathatan                   1515     0x5EB
Arabic_dammatan                   1516     0x5EC






<
<







427
428
429
430
431
432
433


434
435
436
437
438
439
440
Arabic_ghain                      1498     0x5DA
Arabic_tatweel                    1504     0x5E0
Arabic_feh                        1505     0x5E1
Arabic_qaf                        1506     0x5E2
Arabic_kaf                        1507     0x5E3
Arabic_lam                        1508     0x5E4
Arabic_meem                       1509     0x5E5


Arabic_noon                       1510     0x5E6
Arabic_ha                         1511     0x5E7
Arabic_waw                        1512     0x5E8
Arabic_alefmaksura                1513     0x5E9
Arabic_yeh                        1514     0x5EA
Arabic_fathatan                   1515     0x5EB
Arabic_dammatan                   1516     0x5EC
540
541
542
543
544
545
546

547
548
549

550
551
552
553
554
555
556
Cyrillic_CHE                      1790     0x6FE
Cyrillic_HARDSIGN                 1791     0x6FF
Greek_ALPHAaccent                 1953     0x7A1
Greek_EPSILONaccent               1954     0x7A2
Greek_ETAaccent                   1955     0x7A3
Greek_IOTAaccent                  1956     0x7A4
Greek_IOTAdieresis                1957     0x7A5

Greek_OMICRONaccent               1959     0x7A7
Greek_UPSILONaccent               1960     0x7A8
Greek_UPSILONdieresis             1961     0x7A9

Greek_OMEGAaccent                 1963     0x7AB
Greek_accentdieresis              1966     0x7AE
Greek_horizbar                    1967     0x7AF
Greek_alphaaccent                 1969     0x7B1
Greek_epsilonaccent               1970     0x7B2
Greek_etaaccent                   1971     0x7B3
Greek_iotaaccent                  1972     0x7B4






>



>







540
541
542
543
544
545
546
547
548
549
550
551
552
553
554
555
556
557
558
Cyrillic_CHE                      1790     0x6FE
Cyrillic_HARDSIGN                 1791     0x6FF
Greek_ALPHAaccent                 1953     0x7A1
Greek_EPSILONaccent               1954     0x7A2
Greek_ETAaccent                   1955     0x7A3
Greek_IOTAaccent                  1956     0x7A4
Greek_IOTAdieresis                1957     0x7A5
Greek_IOTAaccentdiaeresis         1958     0x7A6
Greek_OMICRONaccent               1959     0x7A7
Greek_UPSILONaccent               1960     0x7A8
Greek_UPSILONdieresis             1961     0x7A9
Greek_UPSILONaccentdieresis       1962     0x7AA
Greek_OMEGAaccent                 1963     0x7AB
Greek_accentdieresis              1966     0x7AE
Greek_horizbar                    1967     0x7AF
Greek_alphaaccent                 1969     0x7B1
Greek_epsilonaccent               1970     0x7B2
Greek_etaaccent                   1971     0x7B3
Greek_iotaaccent                  1972     0x7B4
606
607
608
609
610
611
612


613
614
615
616
617
618
619
Greek_finalsmallsigma             2035     0x7F3
Greek_tau                         2036     0x7F4
Greek_upsilon                     2037     0x7F5
Greek_phi                         2038     0x7F6
Greek_chi                         2039     0x7F7
Greek_psi                         2040     0x7F8
Greek_omega                       2041     0x7F9


leftradical                       2209     0x8A1
topleftradical                    2210     0x8A2
horizconnector                    2211     0x8A3
topintegral                       2212     0x8A4
botintegral                       2213     0x8A5
vertconnector                     2214     0x8A6
topleftsqbracket                  2215     0x8A7






>
>







608
609
610
611
612
613
614
615
616
617
618
619
620
621
622
623
Greek_finalsmallsigma             2035     0x7F3
Greek_tau                         2036     0x7F4
Greek_upsilon                     2037     0x7F5
Greek_phi                         2038     0x7F6
Greek_chi                         2039     0x7F7
Greek_psi                         2040     0x7F8
Greek_omega                       2041     0x7F9
.CE
.CS
leftradical                       2209     0x8A1
topleftradical                    2210     0x8A2
horizconnector                    2211     0x8A3
topintegral                       2212     0x8A4
botintegral                       2213     0x8A5
vertconnector                     2214     0x8A6
topleftsqbracket                  2215     0x8A7
629
630
631
632
633
634
635
636
637
638
639
640
641
642
643
644
topleftsummation                  2225     0x8B1
botleftsummation                  2226     0x8B2
topvertsummationconnector         2227     0x8B3
botvertsummationconnector         2228     0x8B4
toprightsummation                 2229     0x8B5
botrightsummation                 2230     0x8B6
rightmiddlesummation              2231     0x8B7
.CE
.CS
lessthanequal                     2236     0x8BC
notequal                          2237     0x8BD
greaterthanequal                  2238     0x8BE
integral                          2239     0x8BF
therefore                         2240     0x8C0
variation                         2241     0x8C1
infinity                          2242     0x8C2






<
<







633
634
635
636
637
638
639


640
641
642
643
644
645
646
topleftsummation                  2225     0x8B1
botleftsummation                  2226     0x8B2
topvertsummationconnector         2227     0x8B3
botvertsummationconnector         2228     0x8B4
toprightsummation                 2229     0x8B5
botrightsummation                 2230     0x8B6
rightmiddlesummation              2231     0x8B7


lessthanequal                     2236     0x8BC
notequal                          2237     0x8BD
greaterthanequal                  2238     0x8BE
integral                          2239     0x8BF
therefore                         2240     0x8C0
variation                         2241     0x8C1
infinity                          2242     0x8C2
812
813
814
815
816
817
818
819
820
821
822
823
824
825
826
827
828
829
830
831
832
833
834
835
836
837
838
839
840
841
842
843
844
845
846
847
848
849
850
851
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853
854
855
856
857
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859
860
861
862
863
864
865
866
867
868
869
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875
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879
880
881
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884
885
886
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888
889
890
891
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893
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895
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897
898
899
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902
903
904
905
906
907
908
909
910
911
912
913
914
915
916
917
918
919
920
921
922
923
924
925
926
927
928
929
930
931
932
933
934
935
936
937
938
939
940
941
942
943
944
945
946
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949
950
951
952
953
954
955
956
957
958
959
960
961
962
963
964
965
966
967
968
969
970
971
972
973
974
975
976
977
978
979
980
981
982
983
984
985
986
987
988
989
990
991
992
993
994
995
996
997
998
999
1000
1001
1002
1003
1004
1005
1006
1007
1008
1009
1010
1011
1012
1013
1014
1015
1016
1017
1018
1019
1020
1021
1022
1023
1024
1025
1026
1027
1028
1029
1030
1031
1032
1033
1034
1035
1036
1037
1038
1039
1040
1041
1042
1043
1044
1045
1046
1047
1048
1049
1050
1051
1052
1053
1054
1055
1056
1057
1058
1059
1060
1061
1062
1063
1064
1065
1066
1067
1068
1069
1070
1071
1072
1073
1074
1075
1076
1077
1078
1079
1080
1081
1082
1083
1084
1085
1086
1087
1088
1089
1090
1091
1092
1093
1094
1095
1096
1097
1098
1099
1100
1101
1102
1103
1104
1105
1106
1107
1108
1109
1110
1111
1112
1113
1114
1115
1116
1117
1118
1119
1120
1121
1122
1123
1124
1125
1126
1127
1128
1129
1130
1131
1132
1133
1134
1135
1136
1137
1138
1139
1140
1141
1142
1143
1144
1145
1146
1147
1148
1149
1150
1151
1152
1153
1154
1155
1156
1157
1158
1159
1160
1161
1162
1163
1164
1165
1166
1167

1168
1169
1170
1171
1172
1173
1174
hebrew_pe                         3316     0xCF4
hebrew_finalzade                  3317     0xCF5
hebrew_zade                       3318     0xCF6
hebrew_qoph                       3319     0xCF7
hebrew_resh                       3320     0xCF8
hebrew_shin                       3321     0xCF9
hebrew_taw                        3322     0xCFA
Thai_kokai                        3489     0xDA1
Thai_khokhai                      3490     0xDA2
Thai_khokhuat                     3491     0xDA3
Thai_khokhwai                     3492     0xDA4
Thai_khokhon                      3493     0xDA5
Thai_khorakhang                   3494     0xDA6
Thai_ngongu                       3495     0xDA7
Thai_chochan                      3496     0xDA8
Thai_choching                     3497     0xDA9
Thai_chochang                     3498     0xDAA
Thai_soso                         3499     0xDAB
Thai_chochoe                      3500     0xDAC
Thai_yoying                       3501     0xDAD
Thai_dochada                      3502     0xDAE
Thai_topatak                      3503     0xDAF
Thai_thothan                      3504     0xDB0
Thai_thonangmontho                3505     0xDB1
Thai_thophuthao                   3506     0xDB2
Thai_nonen                        3507     0xDB3
Thai_dodek                        3508     0xDB4
Thai_totao                        3509     0xDB5
Thai_thothung                     3510     0xDB6
Thai_thothahan                    3511     0xDB7
Thai_thothong                     3512     0xDB8
Thai_nonu                         3513     0xDB9
Thai_bobaimai                     3514     0xDBA
Thai_popla                        3515     0xDBB
Thai_phophung                     3516     0xDBC
Thai_fofa                         3517     0xDBD
Thai_phophan                      3518     0xDBE
Thai_fofan                        3519     0xDBF
Thai_phosamphao                   3520     0xDC0
Thai_moma                         3521     0xDC1
Thai_yoyak                        3522     0xDC2
Thai_rorua                        3523     0xDC3
Thai_ru                           3524     0xDC4
Thai_loling                       3525     0xDC5
Thai_lu                           3526     0xDC6
Thai_wowaen                       3527     0xDC7
Thai_sosala                       3528     0xDC8
Thai_sorusi                       3529     0xDC9
Thai_sosua                        3530     0xDCA
Thai_hohip                        3531     0xDCB
Thai_lochula                      3532     0xDCC
Thai_oang                         3533     0xDCD
Thai_honokhuk                     3534     0xDCE
Thai_paiyannoi                    3535     0xDCF
Thai_saraa                        3536     0xDD0
Thai_maihanakat                   3537     0xDD1
Thai_saraaa                       3538     0xDD2
Thai_saraam                       3539     0xDD3
Thai_sarai                        3540     0xDD4
Thai_saraii                       3541     0xDD5
Thai_saraue                       3542     0xDD6
Thai_sarauee                      3543     0xDD7
Thai_sarau                        3544     0xDD8
Thai_sarauu                       3545     0xDD9
Thai_phinthu                      3546     0xDDA
Thai_maihanakat_maitho            3550     0xDDE
Thai_baht                         3551     0xDDF
Thai_sarae                        3552     0xDE0
Thai_saraae                       3553     0xDE1
Thai_sarao                        3554     0xDE2
Thai_saraaimaimuan                3555     0xDE3
Thai_saraaimaimalai               3556     0xDE4
Thai_lakkhangyao                  3557     0xDE5
Thai_maiyamok                     3558     0xDE6
Thai_maitaikhu                    3559     0xDE7
Thai_maiek                        3560     0xDE8
Thai_maitho                       3561     0xDE9
Thai_maitri                       3562     0xDEA
Thai_maichattawa                  3563     0xDEB
Thai_thanthakhat                  3564     0xDEC
Thai_nikhahit                     3565     0xDED
Thai_leksun                       3568     0xDF0
Thai_leknung                      3569     0xDF1
Thai_leksong                      3570     0xDF2
Thai_leksam                       3571     0xDF3
Thai_leksi                        3572     0xDF4
Thai_lekha                        3573     0xDF5
Thai_lekhok                       3574     0xDF6
Thai_lekchet                      3575     0xDF7
Thai_lekpaet                      3576     0xDF8
Thai_lekkao                       3577     0xDF9
Hangul_Kiyeog                     3745     0xEA1
Hangul_SsangKiyeog                3746     0xEA2
Hangul_KiyeogSios                 3747     0xEA3
Hangul_Nieun                      3748     0xEA4
Hangul_NieunJieuj                 3749     0xEA5
Hangul_NieunHieuh                 3750     0xEA6
Hangul_Dikeud                     3751     0xEA7
Hangul_SsangDikeud                3752     0xEA8
Hangul_Rieul                      3753     0xEA9
Hangul_RieulKiyeog                3754     0xEAA
Hangul_RieulMieum                 3755     0xEAB
Hangul_RieulPieub                 3756     0xEAC
Hangul_RieulSios                  3757     0xEAD
Hangul_RieulTieut                 3758     0xEAE
Hangul_RieulPhieuf                3759     0xEAF
Hangul_RieulHieuh                 3760     0xEB0
Hangul_Mieum                      3761     0xEB1
Hangul_Pieub                      3762     0xEB2
Hangul_SsangPieub                 3763     0xEB3
Hangul_PieubSios                  3764     0xEB4
Hangul_Sios                       3765     0xEB5
Hangul_SsangSios                  3766     0xEB6
Hangul_Ieung                      3767     0xEB7
Hangul_Jieuj                      3768     0xEB8
Hangul_SsangJieuj                 3769     0xEB9
Hangul_Cieuc                      3770     0xEBA
Hangul_Khieuq                     3771     0xEBB
Hangul_Tieut                      3772     0xEBC
Hangul_Phieuf                     3773     0xEBD
Hangul_Hieuh                      3774     0xEBE
Hangul_A                          3775     0xEBF
Hangul_AE                         3776     0xEC0
Hangul_YA                         3777     0xEC1
Hangul_YAE                        3778     0xEC2
Hangul_EO                         3779     0xEC3
Hangul_E                          3780     0xEC4
Hangul_YEO                        3781     0xEC5
Hangul_YE                         3782     0xEC6
Hangul_O                          3783     0xEC7
Hangul_WA                         3784     0xEC8
Hangul_WAE                        3785     0xEC9
Hangul_OE                         3786     0xECA
Hangul_YO                         3787     0xECB
Hangul_U                          3788     0xECC
Hangul_WEO                        3789     0xECD
Hangul_WE                         3790     0xECE
Hangul_WI                         3791     0xECF
Hangul_YU                         3792     0xED0
Hangul_EU                         3793     0xED1
Hangul_YI                         3794     0xED2
Hangul_I                          3795     0xED3
Hangul_J_Kiyeog                   3796     0xED4
Hangul_J_SsangKiyeog              3797     0xED5
Hangul_J_KiyeogSios               3798     0xED6
Hangul_J_Nieun                    3799     0xED7
Hangul_J_NieunJieuj               3800     0xED8
Hangul_J_NieunHieuh               3801     0xED9
Hangul_J_Dikeud                   3802     0xEDA
Hangul_J_Rieul                    3803     0xEDB
Hangul_J_RieulKiyeog              3804     0xEDC
Hangul_J_RieulMieum               3805     0xEDD
Hangul_J_RieulPieub               3806     0xEDE
Hangul_J_RieulSios                3807     0xEDF
Hangul_J_RieulTieut               3808     0xEE0
Hangul_J_RieulPhieuf              3809     0xEE1
Hangul_J_RieulHieuh               3810     0xEE2
Hangul_J_Mieum                    3811     0xEE3
Hangul_J_Pieub                    3812     0xEE4
Hangul_J_PieubSios                3813     0xEE5
Hangul_J_Sios                     3814     0xEE6
Hangul_J_SsangSios                3815     0xEE7
Hangul_J_Ieung                    3816     0xEE8
Hangul_J_Jieuj                    3817     0xEE9
Hangul_J_Cieuc                    3818     0xEEA
Hangul_J_Khieuq                   3819     0xEEB
Hangul_J_Tieut                    3820     0xEEC
Hangul_J_Phieuf                   3821     0xEED
Hangul_J_Hieuh                    3822     0xEEE
Hangul_RieulYeorinHieuh           3823     0xEEF
Hangul_SunkyeongeumMieum          3824     0xEF0
Hangul_SunkyeongeumPieub          3825     0xEF1
Hangul_PanSios                    3826     0xEF2
Hangul_KkogjiDalrinIeung          3827     0xEF3
Hangul_SunkyeongeumPhieuf         3828     0xEF4
Hangul_YeorinHieuh                3829     0xEF5
Hangul_AraeA                      3830     0xEF6
Hangul_AraeAE                     3831     0xEF7
Hangul_J_PanSios                  3832     0xEF8
Hangul_J_KkogjiDalrinIeung        3833     0xEF9
Hangul_J_YeorinHieuh              3834     0xEFA
Korean_Won                        3839     0xEFF
OE                                5052     0x13BC
oe                                5053     0x13BD
Ydiaeresis                        5054     0x13BE
EuroSign                          8364     0x20AC
3270_Duplicate                   64769     0xFD01
3270_FieldMark                   64770     0xFD02
3270_Right2                      64771     0xFD03
3270_Left2                       64772     0xFD04
3270_BackTab                     64773     0xFD05
3270_EraseEOF                    64774     0xFD06
3270_EraseInput                  64775     0xFD07
3270_Reset                       64776     0xFD08
3270_Quit                        64777     0xFD09
3270_PA1                         64778     0xFD0A
3270_PA2                         64779     0xFD0B
3270_PA3                         64780     0xFD0C
3270_Test                        64781     0xFD0D
3270_Attn                        64782     0xFD0E
3270_CursorBlink                 64783     0xFD0F
3270_AltCursor                   64784     0xFD10
3270_KeyClick                    64785     0xFD11
3270_Jump                        64786     0xFD12
3270_Ident                       64787     0xFD13
3270_Rule                        64788     0xFD14
3270_Copy                        64789     0xFD15
3270_Play                        64790     0xFD16
3270_Setup                       64791     0xFD17
3270_Record                      64792     0xFD18
3270_ChangeScreen                64793     0xFD19
3270_DeleteWord                  64794     0xFD1A
3270_ExSelect                    64795     0xFD1B
3270_CursorSelect                64796     0xFD1C
3270_PrintScreen                 64797     0xFD1D
3270_Enter                       64798     0xFD1E
ISO_Lock                         65025     0xFE01
ISO_Level2_Latch                 65026     0xFE02
ISO_Level3_Shift                 65027     0xFE03
ISO_Level3_Latch                 65028     0xFE04
ISO_Level3_Lock                  65029     0xFE05
ISO_Group_Latch                  65030     0xFE06
ISO_Group_Lock                   65031     0xFE07
ISO_Next_Group                   65032     0xFE08
ISO_Next_Group_Lock              65033     0xFE09
ISO_Prev_Group                   65034     0xFE0A
ISO_Prev_Group_Lock              65035     0xFE0B
ISO_First_Group                  65036     0xFE0C
ISO_First_Group_Lock             65037     0xFE0D
ISO_Last_Group                   65038     0xFE0E
ISO_Last_Group_Lock              65039     0xFE0F
ISO_Level5_Shift                 65041     0xFE11
ISO_Level5_Latch                 65042     0xFE12
ISO_Level5_Lock                  65043     0xFE13
ISO_Left_Tab                     65056     0xFE20
ISO_Move_Line_Up                 65057     0xFE21
ISO_Move_Line_Down               65058     0xFE22
ISO_Partial_Line_Up              65059     0xFE23
ISO_Partial_Line_Down            65060     0xFE24
ISO_Partial_Space_Left           65061     0xFE25
ISO_Partial_Space_Right          65062     0xFE26
ISO_Set_Margin_Left              65063     0xFE27
ISO_Set_Margin_Right             65064     0xFE28
ISO_Release_Margin_Left          65065     0xFE29
ISO_Release_Margin_Right         65066     0xFE2A
ISO_Release_Both_Margins         65067     0xFE2B
ISO_Fast_Cursor_Left             65068     0xFE2C
ISO_Fast_Cursor_Right            65069     0xFE2D
ISO_Fast_Cursor_Up               65070     0xFE2E
ISO_Fast_Cursor_Down             65071     0xFE2F
ISO_Continuous_Underline         65072     0xFE30
ISO_Discontinuous_Underline      65073     0xFE31
ISO_Emphasize                    65074     0xFE32
ISO_Center_Object                65075     0xFE33
ISO_Enter                        65076     0xFE34
dead_grave                       65104     0xFE50
dead_acute                       65105     0xFE51
dead_circumflex                  65106     0xFE52
dead_tilde                       65107     0xFE53
dead_macron                      65108     0xFE54
dead_breve                       65109     0xFE55
dead_abovedot                    65110     0xFE56
dead_diaeresis                   65111     0xFE57
dead_abovering                   65112     0xFE58
dead_doubleacute                 65113     0xFE59
dead_caron                       65114     0xFE5A
dead_cedilla                     65115     0xFE5B
dead_ogonek                      65116     0xFE5C
dead_iota                        65117     0xFE5D
dead_voiced_sound                65118     0xFE5E
dead_semivoiced_sound            65119     0xFE5F
dead_belowdot                    65120     0xFE60
dead_hook                        65121     0xFE61
dead_horn                        65122     0xFE62
dead_stroke                      65123     0xFE63
dead_abovecomma                  65124     0xFE64
dead_abovereversedcomma          65125     0xFE65
dead_doublegrave                 65126     0xFE66
dead_belowring                   65127     0xFE67
dead_belowmacron                 65128     0xFE68
dead_belowcircumflex             65129     0xFE69
dead_belowtilde                  65130     0xFE6A
dead_belowbreve                  65131     0xFE6B
dead_belowdiaeresis              65132     0xFE6C
dead_invertedbreve               65133     0xFE6D
dead_belowcomma                  65134     0xFE6E
dead_currency                    65135     0xFE6F
AccessX_Enable                   65136     0xFE70
AccessX_Feedback_Enable          65137     0xFE71
RepeatKeys_Enable                65138     0xFE72
SlowKeys_Enable                  65139     0xFE73
BounceKeys_Enable                65140     0xFE74
StickyKeys_Enable                65141     0xFE75
MouseKeys_Enable                 65142     0xFE76
MouseKeys_Accel_Enable           65143     0xFE77
Overlay1_Enable                  65144     0xFE78
Overlay2_Enable                  65145     0xFE79
AudibleBell_Enable               65146     0xFE7A
dead_a                           65152     0xFE80
dead_A                           65153     0xFE81
dead_e                           65154     0xFE82
dead_E                           65155     0xFE83
dead_i                           65156     0xFE84
dead_I                           65157     0xFE85
dead_o                           65158     0xFE86
dead_O                           65159     0xFE87
dead_u                           65160     0xFE88
dead_U                           65161     0xFE89
dead_small_schwa                 65162     0xFE8A
dead_capital_schwa               65163     0xFE8B
dead_greek                       65164     0xFE8C
dead_lowline                     65168     0xFE90
dead_aboveverticalline           65169     0xFE91
dead_belowverticalline           65170     0xFE92
dead_longsolidusoverlay          65171     0xFE93
ch                               65184     0xFEA0
Ch                               65185     0xFEA1
CH                               65186     0xFEA2
c_h                              65187     0xFEA3
C_h                              65188     0xFEA4
C_H                              65189     0xFEA5
First_Virtual_Screen             65232     0xFED0
Prev_Virtual_Screen              65233     0xFED1
Next_Virtual_Screen              65234     0xFED2
Last_Virtual_Screen              65236     0xFED4
Terminate_Server                 65237     0xFED5
Pointer_Left                     65248     0xFEE0
Pointer_Right                    65249     0xFEE1
Pointer_Up                       65250     0xFEE2
Pointer_Down                     65251     0xFEE3
Pointer_UpLeft                   65252     0xFEE4
Pointer_UpRight                  65253     0xFEE5
Pointer_DownLeft                 65254     0xFEE6
Pointer_DownRight                65255     0xFEE7
Pointer_Button_Dflt              65256     0xFEE8
Pointer_Button1                  65257     0xFEE9
Pointer_Button2                  65258     0xFEEA
Pointer_Button3                  65259     0xFEEB
Pointer_Button4                  65260     0xFEEC
Pointer_Button5                  65261     0xFEED
Pointer_DblClick_Dflt            65262     0xFEEE
Pointer_DblClick1                65263     0xFEEF
Pointer_DblClick2                65264     0xFEF0
Pointer_DblClick3                65265     0xFEF1
Pointer_DblClick4                65266     0xFEF2
Pointer_DblClick5                65267     0xFEF3
Pointer_Drag_Dflt                65268     0xFEF4
Pointer_Drag1                    65269     0xFEF5
Pointer_Drag2                    65270     0xFEF6
Pointer_Drag3                    65271     0xFEF7
Pointer_Drag4                    65272     0xFEF8
Pointer_EnableKeys               65273     0xFEF9
Pointer_Accelerate               65274     0xFEFA
Pointer_DfltBtnNext              65275     0xFEFB
Pointer_DfltBtnPrev              65276     0xFEFC
Pointer_Drag5                    65277     0xFEFD

BackSpace                        65288     0xFF08
Tab                              65289     0xFF09
Linefeed                         65290     0xFF0A
Clear                            65291     0xFF0B
Return                           65293     0xFF0D
Pause                            65299     0xFF13
Scroll_Lock                      65300     0xFF14






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hebrew_finalzade                  3317     0xCF5
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oe                                5053     0x13BD
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BackSpace                        65288     0xFF08
Tab                              65289     0xFF09
Linefeed                         65290     0xFF0A
Clear                            65291     0xFF0B
Return                           65293     0xFF0D
Pause                            65299     0xFF13
Scroll_Lock                      65300     0xFF14
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Touroku                          65323     0xFF2B
Massyo                           65324     0xFF2C
Kana_Lock                        65325     0xFF2D
Kana_Shift                       65326     0xFF2E
Eisu_Shift                       65327     0xFF2F
Eisu_toggle                      65328     0xFF30
Hangul                           65329     0xFF31
Hangul_Start                     65330     0xFF32
Hangul_End                       65331     0xFF33
Hangul_Hanja                     65332     0xFF34
Hangul_Jamo                      65333     0xFF35
Hangul_Romaja                    65334     0xFF36
Codeinput                        65335     0xFF37
Hangul_Jeonja                    65336     0xFF38
Hangul_Banja                     65337     0xFF39
Hangul_PreHanja                  65338     0xFF3A
Hangul_PostHanja                 65339     0xFF3B
SingleCandidate                  65340     0xFF3C
MultipleCandidate                65341     0xFF3D
PreviousCandidate                65342     0xFF3E
Hangul_Special                   65343     0xFF3F
Home                             65360     0xFF50
Left                             65361     0xFF51
Up                               65362     0xFF52
Right                            65363     0xFF53
Down                             65364     0xFF54
Prior                            65365     0xFF55
Next                             65366     0xFF56
End                              65367     0xFF57
Begin                            65368     0xFF58
Win_L                            65371     0xFF5B
Win_R                            65372     0xFF5C
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App                              65373     0xFF5D
Select                           65376     0xFF60
Print                            65377     0xFF61
Execute                          65378     0xFF62
Insert                           65379     0xFF63
Undo                             65381     0xFF65
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Zenkaku_Hankaku                  65322     0xFF2A
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Kana_Lock                        65325     0xFF2D
Kana_Shift                       65326     0xFF2E
Eisu_Shift                       65327     0xFF2F
Eisu_toggle                      65328     0xFF30






Codeinput                        65335     0xFF37




SingleCandidate                  65340     0xFF3C
MultipleCandidate                65341     0xFF3D
PreviousCandidate                65342     0xFF3E

Home                             65360     0xFF50
Left                             65361     0xFF51
Up                               65362     0xFF52
Right                            65363     0xFF53
Down                             65364     0xFF54
Prior                            65365     0xFF55
Next                             65366     0xFF56
End                              65367     0xFF57
Begin                            65368     0xFF58
Win_L                            65371     0xFF5B
Win_R                            65372     0xFF5C


App                              65373     0xFF5D
Select                           65376     0xFF60
Print                            65377     0xFF61
Execute                          65378     0xFF62
Insert                           65379     0xFF63
Undo                             65381     0xFF65
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Super_R                          65516     0xFFEC
Hyper_L                          65517     0xFFED
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braille_dot_1                    65521     0xFFF1
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braille_dot_3                    65523     0xFFF3
braille_dot_4                    65524     0xFFF4
braille_dot_5                    65525     0xFFF5
braille_dot_6                    65526     0xFFF6
braille_dot_7                    65527     0xFFF7
braille_dot_8                    65528     0xFFF8
braille_dot_9                    65529     0xFFF9
braille_dot_10                   65530     0xFFFA
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Ibreve                        16777516     0x100012C
ibreve                        16777517     0x100012D
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wcircumflex                   16777589     0x1000175
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ohorn                         16777633     0x10001A1
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Cyrillic_ghe_bar              16778387     0x1000493
Cyrillic_ZHE_descender        16778390     0x1000496
Cyrillic_zhe_descender        16778391     0x1000497
Cyrillic_KA_descender         16778394     0x100049A
Cyrillic_ka_descender         16778395     0x100049B
Cyrillic_KA_vertstroke        16778396     0x100049C
Cyrillic_ka_vertstroke        16778397     0x100049D
Cyrillic_EN_descender         16778402     0x10004A2
Cyrillic_en_descender         16778403     0x10004A3
Cyrillic_U_straight           16778414     0x10004AE
Cyrillic_u_straight           16778415     0x10004AF
Cyrillic_U_straight_bar       16778416     0x10004B0
Cyrillic_u_straight_bar       16778417     0x10004B1
Cyrillic_HA_descender         16778418     0x10004B2
Cyrillic_ha_descender         16778419     0x10004B3
Cyrillic_CHE_descender        16778422     0x10004B6
Cyrillic_che_descender        16778423     0x10004B7
Cyrillic_CHE_vertstroke       16778424     0x10004B8
Cyrillic_che_vertstroke       16778425     0x10004B9
Cyrillic_SHHA                 16778426     0x10004BA
Cyrillic_shha                 16778427     0x10004BB
Cyrillic_SCHWA                16778456     0x10004D8
Cyrillic_schwa                16778457     0x10004D9
Cyrillic_I_macron             16778466     0x10004E2
Cyrillic_i_macron             16778467     0x10004E3
Cyrillic_O_bar                16778472     0x10004E8
Cyrillic_o_bar                16778473     0x10004E9
Cyrillic_U_macron             16778478     0x10004EE
Cyrillic_u_macron             16778479     0x10004EF
Armenian_AYB                  16778545     0x1000531
Armenian_BEN                  16778546     0x1000532
Armenian_GIM                  16778547     0x1000533
Armenian_DA                   16778548     0x1000534
Armenian_YECH                 16778549     0x1000535
Armenian_ZA                   16778550     0x1000536
Armenian_E                    16778551     0x1000537
Armenian_AT                   16778552     0x1000538
Armenian_TO                   16778553     0x1000539
Armenian_ZHE                  16778554     0x100053A
Armenian_INI                  16778555     0x100053B
Armenian_LYUN                 16778556     0x100053C
Armenian_KHE                  16778557     0x100053D
Armenian_TSA                  16778558     0x100053E
Armenian_KEN                  16778559     0x100053F
Armenian_HO                   16778560     0x1000540
Armenian_DZA                  16778561     0x1000541
Armenian_GHAT                 16778562     0x1000542
Armenian_TCHE                 16778563     0x1000543
Armenian_MEN                  16778564     0x1000544
Armenian_HI                   16778565     0x1000545
Armenian_NU                   16778566     0x1000546
Armenian_SHA                  16778567     0x1000547
Armenian_VO                   16778568     0x1000548
Armenian_CHA                  16778569     0x1000549
Armenian_PE                   16778570     0x100054A
Armenian_JE                   16778571     0x100054B
Armenian_RA                   16778572     0x100054C
Armenian_SE                   16778573     0x100054D
Armenian_VEV                  16778574     0x100054E
Armenian_TYUN                 16778575     0x100054F
Armenian_RE                   16778576     0x1000550
Armenian_TSO                  16778577     0x1000551
Armenian_VYUN                 16778578     0x1000552
Armenian_PYUR                 16778579     0x1000553
Armenian_KE                   16778580     0x1000554
Armenian_O                    16778581     0x1000555
Armenian_FE                   16778582     0x1000556
Armenian_apostrophe           16778586     0x100055A
Armenian_accent               16778587     0x100055B
Armenian_exclam               16778588     0x100055C
Armenian_separation_mark      16778589     0x100055D
Armenian_question             16778590     0x100055E
Armenian_ayb                  16778593     0x1000561
Armenian_ben                  16778594     0x1000562
Armenian_gim                  16778595     0x1000563
Armenian_da                   16778596     0x1000564
Armenian_yech                 16778597     0x1000565
Armenian_za                   16778598     0x1000566
Armenian_e                    16778599     0x1000567
Armenian_at                   16778600     0x1000568
Armenian_to                   16778601     0x1000569
Armenian_zhe                  16778602     0x100056A
Armenian_ini                  16778603     0x100056B
Armenian_lyun                 16778604     0x100056C
Armenian_khe                  16778605     0x100056D
Armenian_tsa                  16778606     0x100056E
Armenian_ken                  16778607     0x100056F
Armenian_ho                   16778608     0x1000570
Armenian_dza                  16778609     0x1000571
Armenian_ghat                 16778610     0x1000572
Armenian_tche                 16778611     0x1000573
Armenian_men                  16778612     0x1000574
Armenian_hi                   16778613     0x1000575
Armenian_nu                   16778614     0x1000576
Armenian_sha                  16778615     0x1000577
Armenian_vo                   16778616     0x1000578
Armenian_cha                  16778617     0x1000579
Armenian_pe                   16778618     0x100057A
Armenian_je                   16778619     0x100057B
Armenian_ra                   16778620     0x100057C
Armenian_se                   16778621     0x100057D
Armenian_vev                  16778622     0x100057E
Armenian_tyun                 16778623     0x100057F
Armenian_re                   16778624     0x1000580
Armenian_tso                  16778625     0x1000581
Armenian_vyun                 16778626     0x1000582
Armenian_pyur                 16778627     0x1000583
Armenian_ke                   16778628     0x1000584
Armenian_o                    16778629     0x1000585
Armenian_fe                   16778630     0x1000586
Armenian_ligature_ew          16778631     0x1000587
Armenian_full_stop            16778633     0x1000589
Armenian_hyphen               16778634     0x100058A
Arabic_madda_above            16778835     0x1000653
Arabic_hamza_above            16778836     0x1000654
Arabic_hamza_below            16778837     0x1000655
Arabic_0                      16778848     0x1000660
Arabic_1                      16778849     0x1000661
Arabic_2                      16778850     0x1000662
Arabic_3                      16778851     0x1000663
Arabic_4                      16778852     0x1000664
Arabic_5                      16778853     0x1000665
Arabic_6                      16778854     0x1000666
Arabic_7                      16778855     0x1000667
Arabic_8                      16778856     0x1000668
Arabic_9                      16778857     0x1000669
Arabic_percent                16778858     0x100066A
Arabic_superscript_alef       16778864     0x1000670
Arabic_tteh                   16778873     0x1000679
Arabic_peh                    16778878     0x100067E
Arabic_tcheh                  16778886     0x1000686
Arabic_ddal                   16778888     0x1000688
Arabic_rreh                   16778897     0x1000691
Arabic_jeh                    16778904     0x1000698
Arabic_veh                    16778916     0x10006A4
Arabic_keheh                  16778921     0x10006A9
Arabic_gaf                    16778927     0x10006AF
Arabic_noon_ghunna            16778938     0x10006BA
Arabic_heh_doachashmee        16778942     0x10006BE
Arabic_heh_goal               16778945     0x10006C1
Farsi_yeh                     16778956     0x10006CC
Arabic_yeh_baree              16778962     0x10006D2
Arabic_fullstop               16778964     0x10006D4
Farsi_0                       16778992     0x10006F0
Farsi_1                       16778993     0x10006F1
Farsi_2                       16778994     0x10006F2
Farsi_3                       16778995     0x10006F3
Farsi_4                       16778996     0x10006F4
Farsi_5                       16778997     0x10006F5
Farsi_6                       16778998     0x10006F6
Farsi_7                       16778999     0x10006F7
Farsi_8                       16779000     0x10006F8
Farsi_9                       16779001     0x10006F9
Sinh_ng                       16780674     0x1000D82
Sinh_h2                       16780675     0x1000D83
Sinh_a                        16780677     0x1000D85
Sinh_aa                       16780678     0x1000D86
Sinh_ae                       16780679     0x1000D87
Sinh_aee                      16780680     0x1000D88
Sinh_i                        16780681     0x1000D89
Sinh_ii                       16780682     0x1000D8A
Sinh_u                        16780683     0x1000D8B
Sinh_uu                       16780684     0x1000D8C
Sinh_ri                       16780685     0x1000D8D
Sinh_rii                      16780686     0x1000D8E
Sinh_lu                       16780687     0x1000D8F
Sinh_luu                      16780688     0x1000D90
Sinh_e                        16780689     0x1000D91
Sinh_ee                       16780690     0x1000D92
Sinh_ai                       16780691     0x1000D93
Sinh_o                        16780692     0x1000D94
Sinh_oo                       16780693     0x1000D95
Sinh_au                       16780694     0x1000D96
Sinh_ka                       16780698     0x1000D9A
Sinh_kha                      16780699     0x1000D9B
Sinh_ga                       16780700     0x1000D9C
Sinh_gha                      16780701     0x1000D9D
Sinh_ng2                      16780702     0x1000D9E
Sinh_nga                      16780703     0x1000D9F
Sinh_ca                       16780704     0x1000DA0
Sinh_cha                      16780705     0x1000DA1
Sinh_ja                       16780706     0x1000DA2
Sinh_jha                      16780707     0x1000DA3
Sinh_nya                      16780708     0x1000DA4
Sinh_jnya                     16780709     0x1000DA5
Sinh_nja                      16780710     0x1000DA6
Sinh_tta                      16780711     0x1000DA7
Sinh_ttha                     16780712     0x1000DA8
Sinh_dda                      16780713     0x1000DA9
Sinh_ddha                     16780714     0x1000DAA
Sinh_nna                      16780715     0x1000DAB
Sinh_ndda                     16780716     0x1000DAC
Sinh_tha                      16780717     0x1000DAD
Sinh_thha                     16780718     0x1000DAE
Sinh_dha                      16780719     0x1000DAF
Sinh_dhha                     16780720     0x1000DB0
Sinh_na                       16780721     0x1000DB1
Sinh_ndha                     16780723     0x1000DB3
Sinh_pa                       16780724     0x1000DB4
Sinh_pha                      16780725     0x1000DB5
Sinh_ba                       16780726     0x1000DB6
Sinh_bha                      16780727     0x1000DB7
Sinh_ma                       16780728     0x1000DB8
Sinh_mba                      16780729     0x1000DB9
Sinh_ya                       16780730     0x1000DBA
Sinh_ra                       16780731     0x1000DBB
Sinh_la                       16780733     0x1000DBD
Sinh_va                       16780736     0x1000DC0
Sinh_sha                      16780737     0x1000DC1
Sinh_ssha                     16780738     0x1000DC2
Sinh_sa                       16780739     0x1000DC3
Sinh_ha                       16780740     0x1000DC4
Sinh_lla                      16780741     0x1000DC5
Sinh_fa                       16780742     0x1000DC6
Sinh_al                       16780746     0x1000DCA
Sinh_aa2                      16780751     0x1000DCF
Sinh_ae2                      16780752     0x1000DD0
Sinh_aee2                     16780753     0x1000DD1
Sinh_i2                       16780754     0x1000DD2
Sinh_ii2                      16780755     0x1000DD3
Sinh_u2                       16780756     0x1000DD4
Sinh_uu2                      16780758     0x1000DD6
Sinh_ru2                      16780760     0x1000DD8
Sinh_e2                       16780761     0x1000DD9
Sinh_ee2                      16780762     0x1000DDA
Sinh_ai2                      16780763     0x1000DDB
Sinh_o2                       16780764     0x1000DDC
Sinh_oo2                      16780765     0x1000DDD
Sinh_au2                      16780766     0x1000DDE
Sinh_lu2                      16780767     0x1000DDF
Sinh_ruu2                     16780786     0x1000DF2
Sinh_luu2                     16780787     0x1000DF3
Sinh_kunddaliya               16780788     0x1000DF4
Georgian_an                   16781520     0x10010D0
Georgian_ban                  16781521     0x10010D1
Georgian_gan                  16781522     0x10010D2
Georgian_don                  16781523     0x10010D3
Georgian_en                   16781524     0x10010D4
Georgian_vin                  16781525     0x10010D5
Georgian_zen                  16781526     0x10010D6
Georgian_tan                  16781527     0x10010D7
Georgian_in                   16781528     0x10010D8
Georgian_kan                  16781529     0x10010D9
Georgian_las                  16781530     0x10010DA
Georgian_man                  16781531     0x10010DB
Georgian_nar                  16781532     0x10010DC
Georgian_on                   16781533     0x10010DD
Georgian_par                  16781534     0x10010DE
Georgian_zhar                 16781535     0x10010DF
Georgian_rae                  16781536     0x10010E0
Georgian_san                  16781537     0x10010E1
Georgian_tar                  16781538     0x10010E2
Georgian_un                   16781539     0x10010E3
Georgian_phar                 16781540     0x10010E4
Georgian_khar                 16781541     0x10010E5
Georgian_ghan                 16781542     0x10010E6
Georgian_qar                  16781543     0x10010E7
Georgian_shin                 16781544     0x10010E8
Georgian_chin                 16781545     0x10010E9
Georgian_can                  16781546     0x10010EA
Georgian_jil                  16781547     0x10010EB
Georgian_cil                  16781548     0x10010EC
Georgian_char                 16781549     0x10010ED
Georgian_xan                  16781550     0x10010EE
Georgian_jhan                 16781551     0x10010EF
Georgian_hae                  16781552     0x10010F0
Georgian_he                   16781553     0x10010F1
Georgian_hie                  16781554     0x10010F2
Georgian_we                   16781555     0x10010F3
Georgian_har                  16781556     0x10010F4
Georgian_hoe                  16781557     0x10010F5
Georgian_fi                   16781558     0x10010F6
Babovedot                     16784898     0x1001E02
babovedot                     16784899     0x1001E03
Dabovedot                     16784906     0x1001E0A
dabovedot                     16784907     0x1001E0B
Fabovedot                     16784926     0x1001E1E
fabovedot                     16784927     0x1001E1F
Lbelowdot                     16784950     0x1001E36
lbelowdot                     16784951     0x1001E37
Mabovedot                     16784960     0x1001E40
mabovedot                     16784961     0x1001E41
Pabovedot                     16784982     0x1001E56
pabovedot                     16784983     0x1001E57
Sabovedot                     16784992     0x1001E60
sabovedot                     16784993     0x1001E61
Tabovedot                     16785002     0x1001E6A
tabovedot                     16785003     0x1001E6B
Wgrave                        16785024     0x1001E80
wgrave                        16785025     0x1001E81
Wacute                        16785026     0x1001E82
wacute                        16785027     0x1001E83
Wdiaeresis                    16785028     0x1001E84
wdiaeresis                    16785029     0x1001E85
Xabovedot                     16785034     0x1001E8A
xabovedot                     16785035     0x1001E8B
Abelowdot                     16785056     0x1001EA0
abelowdot                     16785057     0x1001EA1
Ahook                         16785058     0x1001EA2
ahook                         16785059     0x1001EA3
Acircumflexacute              16785060     0x1001EA4
acircumflexacute              16785061     0x1001EA5
Acircumflexgrave              16785062     0x1001EA6
acircumflexgrave              16785063     0x1001EA7
Acircumflexhook               16785064     0x1001EA8
acircumflexhook               16785065     0x1001EA9
Acircumflextilde              16785066     0x1001EAA
acircumflextilde              16785067     0x1001EAB
Acircumflexbelowdot           16785068     0x1001EAC
acircumflexbelowdot           16785069     0x1001EAD
Abreveacute                   16785070     0x1001EAE
abreveacute                   16785071     0x1001EAF
Abrevegrave                   16785072     0x1001EB0
abrevegrave                   16785073     0x1001EB1
Abrevehook                    16785074     0x1001EB2
abrevehook                    16785075     0x1001EB3
Abrevetilde                   16785076     0x1001EB4
abrevetilde                   16785077     0x1001EB5
Abrevebelowdot                16785078     0x1001EB6
abrevebelowdot                16785079     0x1001EB7
Ebelowdot                     16785080     0x1001EB8
ebelowdot                     16785081     0x1001EB9
Ehook                         16785082     0x1001EBA
ehook                         16785083     0x1001EBB
Etilde                        16785084     0x1001EBC
etilde                        16785085     0x1001EBD
Ecircumflexacute              16785086     0x1001EBE
ecircumflexacute              16785087     0x1001EBF
Ecircumflexgrave              16785088     0x1001EC0
ecircumflexgrave              16785089     0x1001EC1
Ecircumflexhook               16785090     0x1001EC2
ecircumflexhook               16785091     0x1001EC3
Ecircumflextilde              16785092     0x1001EC4
ecircumflextilde              16785093     0x1001EC5
Ecircumflexbelowdot           16785094     0x1001EC6
ecircumflexbelowdot           16785095     0x1001EC7
Ihook                         16785096     0x1001EC8
ihook                         16785097     0x1001EC9
Ibelowdot                     16785098     0x1001ECA
ibelowdot                     16785099     0x1001ECB
Obelowdot                     16785100     0x1001ECC
obelowdot                     16785101     0x1001ECD
Ohook                         16785102     0x1001ECE
ohook                         16785103     0x1001ECF
Ocircumflexacute              16785104     0x1001ED0
ocircumflexacute              16785105     0x1001ED1
Ocircumflexgrave              16785106     0x1001ED2
ocircumflexgrave              16785107     0x1001ED3
Ocircumflexhook               16785108     0x1001ED4
ocircumflexhook               16785109     0x1001ED5
Ocircumflextilde              16785110     0x1001ED6
ocircumflextilde              16785111     0x1001ED7
Ocircumflexbelowdot           16785112     0x1001ED8
ocircumflexbelowdot           16785113     0x1001ED9
Ohornacute                    16785114     0x1001EDA
ohornacute                    16785115     0x1001EDB
Ohorngrave                    16785116     0x1001EDC
ohorngrave                    16785117     0x1001EDD
Ohornhook                     16785118     0x1001EDE
ohornhook                     16785119     0x1001EDF
Ohorntilde                    16785120     0x1001EE0
ohorntilde                    16785121     0x1001EE1
Ohornbelowdot                 16785122     0x1001EE2
ohornbelowdot                 16785123     0x1001EE3
Ubelowdot                     16785124     0x1001EE4
ubelowdot                     16785125     0x1001EE5
Uhook                         16785126     0x1001EE6
uhook                         16785127     0x1001EE7
Uhornacute                    16785128     0x1001EE8
uhornacute                    16785129     0x1001EE9
Uhorngrave                    16785130     0x1001EEA
uhorngrave                    16785131     0x1001EEB
Uhornhook                     16785132     0x1001EEC
uhornhook                     16785133     0x1001EED
Uhorntilde                    16785134     0x1001EEE
uhorntilde                    16785135     0x1001EEF
Uhornbelowdot                 16785136     0x1001EF0
uhornbelowdot                 16785137     0x1001EF1
Ygrave                        16785138     0x1001EF2
ygrave                        16785139     0x1001EF3
Ybelowdot                     16785140     0x1001EF4
ybelowdot                     16785141     0x1001EF5
Yhook                         16785142     0x1001EF6
yhook                         16785143     0x1001EF7
Ytilde                        16785144     0x1001EF8
ytilde                        16785145     0x1001EF9
zerosuperior                  16785520     0x1002070
foursuperior                  16785524     0x1002074
fivesuperior                  16785525     0x1002075
sixsuperior                   16785526     0x1002076
sevensuperior                 16785527     0x1002077
eightsuperior                 16785528     0x1002078
ninesuperior                  16785529     0x1002079
zerosubscript                 16785536     0x1002080
onesubscript                  16785537     0x1002081
twosubscript                  16785538     0x1002082
threesubscript                16785539     0x1002083
foursubscript                 16785540     0x1002084
fivesubscript                 16785541     0x1002085
sixsubscript                  16785542     0x1002086
sevensubscript                16785543     0x1002087
eightsubscript                16785544     0x1002088
ninesubscript                 16785545     0x1002089
EcuSign                       16785568     0x10020A0
ColonSign                     16785569     0x10020A1
CruzeiroSign                  16785570     0x10020A2
FFrancSign                    16785571     0x10020A3
LiraSign                      16785572     0x10020A4
MillSign                      16785573     0x10020A5
NairaSign                     16785574     0x10020A6
PesetaSign                    16785575     0x10020A7
RupeeSign                     16785576     0x10020A8
WonSign                       16785577     0x10020A9
NewSheqelSign                 16785578     0x10020AA
DongSign                      16785579     0x10020AB
partdifferential              16785922     0x1002202
emptyset                      16785925     0x1002205
elementof                     16785928     0x1002208
notelementof                  16785929     0x1002209
containsas                    16785931     0x100220B
squareroot                    16785946     0x100221A
cuberoot                      16785947     0x100221B
fourthroot                    16785948     0x100221C
dintegral                     16785964     0x100222C
tintegral                     16785965     0x100222D
because                       16785973     0x1002235
notapproxeq                   16785991     0x1002247
approxeq                      16785992     0x1002248
notidentical                  16786018     0x1002262
stricteq                      16786019     0x1002263
braille_blank                 16787456     0x1002800
braille_dots_1                16787457     0x1002801
braille_dots_2                16787458     0x1002802
braille_dots_12               16787459     0x1002803
braille_dots_3                16787460     0x1002804
braille_dots_13               16787461     0x1002805
braille_dots_23               16787462     0x1002806
braille_dots_123              16787463     0x1002807
braille_dots_4                16787464     0x1002808
braille_dots_14               16787465     0x1002809
braille_dots_24               16787466     0x100280A
braille_dots_124              16787467     0x100280B
braille_dots_34               16787468     0x100280C
braille_dots_134              16787469     0x100280D
braille_dots_234              16787470     0x100280E
braille_dots_1234             16787471     0x100280F
braille_dots_5                16787472     0x1002810
braille_dots_15               16787473     0x1002811
braille_dots_25               16787474     0x1002812
braille_dots_125              16787475     0x1002813
braille_dots_35               16787476     0x1002814
braille_dots_135              16787477     0x1002815
braille_dots_235              16787478     0x1002816
braille_dots_1235             16787479     0x1002817
braille_dots_45               16787480     0x1002818
braille_dots_145              16787481     0x1002819
braille_dots_245              16787482     0x100281A
braille_dots_1245             16787483     0x100281B
braille_dots_345              16787484     0x100281C
braille_dots_1345             16787485     0x100281D
braille_dots_2345             16787486     0x100281E
braille_dots_12345            16787487     0x100281F
braille_dots_6                16787488     0x1002820
braille_dots_16               16787489     0x1002821
braille_dots_26               16787490     0x1002822
braille_dots_126              16787491     0x1002823
braille_dots_36               16787492     0x1002824
braille_dots_136              16787493     0x1002825
braille_dots_236              16787494     0x1002826
braille_dots_1236             16787495     0x1002827
braille_dots_46               16787496     0x1002828
braille_dots_146              16787497     0x1002829
braille_dots_246              16787498     0x100282A
braille_dots_1246             16787499     0x100282B
braille_dots_346              16787500     0x100282C
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braille_dots_167              16787553     0x1002861
braille_dots_267              16787554     0x1002862
braille_dots_1267             16787555     0x1002863
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braille_dots_24567            16787578     0x100287A
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braille_dots_234567           16787582     0x100287E
braille_dots_1234567          16787583     0x100287F
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XF86Switch_VT_3              269024771     0x1008FE03
XF86Switch_VT_4              269024772     0x1008FE04
XF86Switch_VT_5              269024773     0x1008FE05
XF86Switch_VT_6              269024774     0x1008FE06
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.SH "WIDGET COMMAND"
.PP
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determine the exact behavior of the command.  The following
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\fIpathName option \fR?\fIarg arg ...\fR?
.CE
\fIOption\fR and the \fIarg\fRs
determine the exact behavior of the command.  The following
commands are possible for label widgets:
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\fIpathName \fBcget\fR \fIoption\fR
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.SH "WIDGET COMMAND"
.PP
The \fBlabelframe\fR command creates a new Tcl command whose
name is the same as the path name of the labelframe's window.  This
command may be used to invoke various
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the labelframe widget's path name.  \fIOption\fR and the \fIarg\fRs
determine the exact behavior of the command.  The following
commands are possible for frame widgets:
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.SH "WIDGET COMMAND"
.PP
The \fBlabelframe\fR command creates a new Tcl command whose
name is the same as the path name of the labelframe's window.  This
command may be used to invoke various
operations on the widget.  It has the following general form:
.CS
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.CE
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the labelframe widget's path name.  \fIOption\fR and the \fIarg\fRs
determine the exact behavior of the command.  The following
commands are possible for frame widgets:
.TP
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.SH "WIDGET COMMAND"
.PP
The \fBlistbox\fR command creates a new Tcl command whose
name is \fIpathName\fR.  This
command may be used to invoke various
operations on the widget.  It has the following general form:
.CS
\fIpathName option \fR?\fIarg ...\fR?
.CE
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commands are possible for listbox widgets:
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.SH "WIDGET COMMAND"
.PP
The \fBlistbox\fR command creates a new Tcl command whose
name is \fIpathName\fR.  This
command may be used to invoke various
operations on the widget.  It has the following general form:
.CS
\fIpathName option \fR?\fIarg arg ...\fR?
.CE
\fIOption\fR and the \fIarg\fRs
determine the exact behavior of the command.  The following
commands are possible for listbox widgets:
.TP
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.TP
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.
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it is converted to an integer, rounded away from 0.
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become visible;  if it is positive then characters farther to the right
become visible.
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\fInumber\fR character units (the width of the \fB0\fR character)
on the display.
.RE
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on the display;  if it is \fBpages\fR then the view adjusts by
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become visible;  if it is positive then later elements
become visible.
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\fInumber\fR lines.
.RE
.SH "DEFAULT BINDINGS"
.PP
Tk automatically creates class bindings for listboxes that give them
Motif-like behavior.  Much of the behavior of a listbox is determined
by its \fB\-selectmode\fR option, which selects one of four ways
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.RE
.SH "DEFAULT BINDINGS"
.PP
Tk automatically creates class bindings for listboxes that give them
Motif-like behavior.  Much of the behavior of a listbox is determined
by its \fB\-selectmode\fR option, which selects one of four ways
of dealing with the selection.

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\fBmenu\fR \fIpathName \fR?\fIoptions\fR?
\fBtk_menuSetFocus\fR \fIpathName\fR
.SO
\-activebackground	\-borderwidth	\-foreground
\-activeborderwidth	\-cursor	\-relief
\-activeforeground	\-disabledforeground	\-takefocus
\-background	\-font	\-activerelief
.SE
.SH "WIDGET-SPECIFIC OPTIONS"
.OP \-postcommand postCommand Command
If this option is specified then it provides a Tcl command to execute
each time the menu is posted.  The command is invoked by the \fBpost\fR
widget command before posting the menu. Note that in Tk 8.0 on Macintosh
and Windows, all post-commands in a system of menus are executed before any
of those menus are posted.
This is due to the limitations in the individual platforms' menu managers.
.OP \-selectcolor selectColor Background
For menu entries that are check buttons or radio buttons, this option
specifies the color to display in the indicator when the check button
or radio button is selected.
.OP \-tearoff tearOff TearOff
This option must have a proper boolean value (default is false),
which specifies whether or not the menu should include a tear-off
entry at the top.  If so, it will exist as entry 0 of the menu and
the other entries will number starting at 1.  The default menu
bindings arrange for the menu to be torn off when the tear-off entry
is invoked.
This option is ignored under Aqua/Mac OS X, where menus cannot
be torn off.
.OP \-tearoffcommand tearOffCommand TearOffCommand
If this option has a non-empty value, then it specifies a Tcl command
to invoke whenever the menu is torn off.  The actual command will
consist of the value of this option, followed by a space, followed
by the name of the menu window, followed by a space, followed by
the name of the name of the torn off menu window.  For example, if
the option's value is
.QW "\fBa b\fR"
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.QW "\fBa b .x.y .x.tearoff1\fR"
will be invoked.
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be torn off.
.OP \-title title Title
The string will be used to title the window created when this menu is
torn off. If the title is NULL, then the window will have the title
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.OP \-postcommand postCommand Command
If this option is specified then it provides a Tcl command to execute
each time the menu is posted.  The command is invoked by the \fBpost\fR
widget command before posting the menu. Note that in Tk 8.0 on Macintosh
and Windows, all post-commands in a system of menus are executed before any
of those menus are posted.
This is due to the limitations in the individual platforms' menu managers.
.OP \-selectcolor selectColor Background
For menu entries that are check buttons or radio buttons, this option
specifies the color to display in the indicator when the check button
or radio button is selected.
.OP \-tearoff tearOff TearOff
This option must have a proper boolean value, which specifies
whether or not the menu should include a tear-off entry at the
top.  If so, it will exist as entry 0 of the menu and the other
entries will number starting at 1.  The default
menu bindings arrange for the menu to be torn off when the tear-off
entry is invoked.
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be torn off.
.OP \-tearoffcommand tearOffCommand TearOffCommand
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to invoke whenever the menu is torn off.  The actual command will
consist of the value of this option, followed by a space, followed
by the name of the menu window, followed by a space, followed by
the name of the name of the torn off menu window.  For example, if
the option's value is
.QW "\fBa b\fR"
and menu \fB.x.y\fR is torn off to
create a new menu \fB.x.tearoff1\fR, then the command
.QW "\fBa b .x.y .x.tearoff1\fR"
will be invoked.
This option is ignored under Aqua/MacOS, where menus cannot
be torn off.
.OP \-title title Title
The string will be used to title the window created when this menu is
torn off. If the title is NULL, then the window will have the title
of the menubutton or the text of the cascade item from which this menu
was invoked.
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.SH "WIDGET COMMAND"
.PP
The \fBmenu\fR command creates a new Tcl command whose
name is \fIpathName\fR.  This
command may be used to invoke various
operations on the widget.  It has the following general form:
.CS
\fIpathName option \fR?\fIarg ...\fR?
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\fIOption\fR and the \fIarg\fRs
determine the exact behavior of the command.
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.SH "WIDGET COMMAND"
.PP
The \fBmenu\fR command creates a new Tcl command whose
name is \fIpathName\fR.  This
command may be used to invoke various
operations on the widget.  It has the following general form:
.CS
\fIpathName option \fR?\fIarg arg ...\fR?
.CE
\fIOption\fR and the \fIarg\fRs
determine the exact behavior of the command.
.PP
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indicator of which entry of the menu to operate on. These
indicators are called \fIindex\fRes and may be specified in
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.SH "MENU ENTRY OPTIONS"
The following options are allowed on menu entries. Most options are not
supported by all entry types.
.TP
\fB\-activebackground \fIvalue\fR
.
Specifies a background color to use for displaying this entry when it
is active.
If this option is specified as an empty string (the default), then the
\fB\-activebackground\fR option for the overall menu is used.
If the \fBtk_strictMotif\fR variable has been set to request strict
Motif compliance, then this option is ignored and the \fB\-background\fR
option is used in its place.
This option is not available for separator or tear-off entries.
.TP
\fB\-activeforeground \fIvalue\fR
.
Specifies a foreground color to use for displaying this entry when it
is active.
If this option is specified as an empty string (the default), then the
\fB\-activeforeground\fR option for the overall menu is used.
This option is not available for separator or tear-off entries.
.TP
\fB\-accelerator \fIvalue\fR
.
Specifies a string to display at the right side of the menu entry.
Normally describes an accelerator keystroke sequence that may be
used to invoke the same function as the menu entry. This is a display
option, it does not actually set the corresponding binding (which can
be achieved using the \fBbind\fR command). This option is not available
for separator or tear-off entries.
.TP
\fB\-background \fIvalue\fR
.
Specifies a background color to use for displaying this entry when it
is in the normal state (neither active nor disabled).

If this option is specified as an empty string (the default), then the
\fB\-background\fR option for the overall menu is used.
This option is not available for separator or tear-off entries.
.TP
\fB\-bitmap \fIvalue\fR
.
Specifies a bitmap to display in the menu instead of a textual
label, in any of the forms accepted by \fBTk_GetBitmap\fR.
This option overrides the \fB\-label\fR option
(as controlled by the \fB\-compound\fR option)
but may be reset
to an empty string to enable a textual label to be displayed.
If a \fB\-image\fR option has been specified, it overrides
\fB\-bitmap\fR.
This option is not available for separator or tear-off entries.
.TP
\fB\-columnbreak \fIvalue\fR
.
When this option is zero, the entry appears below the previous entry. When
this option is one, the entry appears at the top of a new column in the
menu.
This option is ignored on Aqua/Mac OS X, where menus are always a single
column.
.TP
\fB\-command \fIvalue\fR
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.SH "MENU ENTRY OPTIONS"
The following options are allowed on menu entries. Most options are not
supported by all entry types.
.TP
\fB\-activebackground \fIvalue\fR
.
Specifies a background color to use for displaying this entry when it
is active. This option is ignored on Aqua/MacOS.
If it is specified as an empty string (the default), then the
\fB\-activebackground\fR option for the overall menu is used.
If the \fBtk_strictMotif\fR variable has been set to request strict
Motif compliance, then this option is ignored and the \fB\-background\fR
option is used in its place.
This option is not available for separator or tear-off entries.
.TP
\fB\-activeforeground \fIvalue\fR
.
Specifies a foreground color to use for displaying this entry when it
is active.   This option is ignored on Aqua/macOS.
If this option is specified as an empty string (the default), then the
\fB\-activeforeground\fR option for the overall menu is used.
This option is not available for separator or tear-off entries.
.TP
\fB\-accelerator \fIvalue\fR
.
Specifies a string to display at the right side of the menu entry.
Normally describes an accelerator keystroke sequence that may be
used to invoke the same function as the menu entry. This is a display
option, it does not actually set the corresponding binding (which can
be achieved using the \fBbind\fR command). This option is not available
for separator or tear-off entries.
.TP
\fB\-background \fIvalue\fR
.
Specifies a background color to use for displaying this entry when it
is in the normal state (neither active nor disabled).
This option is ignored on Aqua/macOS.
If it is specified as an empty string (the default), then the
\fB\-background\fR option for the overall menu is used.
This option is not available for separator or tear-off entries.
.TP
\fB\-bitmap \fIvalue\fR
.
Specifies a bitmap to display in the menu instead of a textual
label, in any of the forms accepted by \fBTk_GetBitmap\fR.
This option overrides the \fB\-label\fR option
(as controlled by the \fB\-compound\fR option)
but may be reset
to an empty string to enable a textual label to be displayed.
If a \fB\-image\fR option has been specified, it overrides
\fB\-bitmap\fR.
This option is not available for separator or tear-off entries.
.TP
\fB\-columnbreak \fIvalue\fR
.
When this option is zero, the entry appears below the previous entry. When
this option is one, the entry appears at the top of a new column in the
menu.
This option is ignored on Aqua/macOS, where menus are always a single
column.
.TP
\fB\-command \fIvalue\fR
.
Specifies a Tcl command to execute when the menu entry is invoked.
Not available for separator or tear-off entries.
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the \fB\-font\fR option for the overall menu is used.
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.TP
\fB\-foreground \fIvalue\fR
.
Specifies a foreground color to use for displaying this entry when it
is in the normal state (neither active nor disabled).

If this option is specified as an empty string (the default), then the
\fB\-foreground\fR option for the overall menu is used.
This option is not available for separator or tear-off entries.
.TP
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This option is not available for separator or tear-off entries.
.TP
\fB\-foreground \fIvalue\fR
.
Specifies a foreground color to use for displaying this entry when it
is in the normal state (neither active nor disabled).
This option is ignored on Aqua/macOS.
If it is specified as an empty string (the default), then the
\fB\-foreground\fR option for the overall menu is used.
This option is not available for separator or tear-off entries.
.TP
\fB\-hidemargin \fIvalue\fR
.
Specifies whether the standard margins should be drawn for this menu
entry. This is useful when creating palette with images in them, i.e.,

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'\" Note:  do not modify the .SH NAME line immediately below!
.SH NAME
tk_menuBar, tk_bindForTraversal \- Obsolete support for menu bars
.SH SYNOPSIS
\fBtk_menuBar \fIframe \fR?\fImenu menu ...\fR?
.sp
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.BE
.SH DESCRIPTION
.PP
These procedures were used in Tk 3.6 and earlier releases to help
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.SH SYNOPSIS
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.BE
.SH DESCRIPTION
.PP
These procedures were used in Tk 3.6 and earlier releases to help
manage pulldown menus and to implement keyboard traversal of menus.
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.SH "WIDGET COMMAND"
.PP
The \fBmenubutton\fR command creates a new Tcl command whose
name is \fIpathName\fR.  This
command may be used to invoke various
operations on the widget.  It has the following general form:
.CS
\fIpathName option \fR?\fIarg ...\fR?
.CE
\fIOption\fR and the \fIarg\fRs
determine the exact behavior of the command.  The following
commands are possible for menubutton widgets:
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.SH "WIDGET COMMAND"
.PP
The \fBmenubutton\fR command creates a new Tcl command whose
name is \fIpathName\fR.  This
command may be used to invoke various
operations on the widget.  It has the following general form:
.CS
\fIpathName option \fR?\fIarg arg ...\fR?
.CE
\fIOption\fR and the \fIarg\fRs
determine the exact behavior of the command.  The following
commands are possible for menubutton widgets:
.TP
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.SH "WIDGET COMMAND"
.PP
The \fBmessage\fR command creates a new Tcl command whose
name is \fIpathName\fR.  This
command may be used to invoke various
operations on the widget.  It has the following general form:
.CS
\fIpathName option \fR?\fIarg ...\fR?
.CE
\fIOption\fR and the \fIarg\fRs
determine the exact behavior of the command.  The following
commands are possible for message widgets:
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.SH "WIDGET COMMAND"
.PP
The \fBmessage\fR command creates a new Tcl command whose
name is \fIpathName\fR.  This
command may be used to invoke various
operations on the widget.  It has the following general form:
.CS
\fIpathName option \fR?\fIarg arg ...\fR?
.CE
\fIOption\fR and the \fIarg\fRs
determine the exact behavior of the command.  The following
commands are possible for message widgets:
.TP
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definition of active elements.
The value may have any of the forms acceptable to \fBTk_GetPixels\fR.
This option is typically only available in widgets displaying more
than one element at a time (e.g. menus but not buttons).
.OP \-activeforeground activeForeground Background
Specifies foreground color to use when drawing active elements.
See above for definition of active elements.
.OP \-activerelief activeRelief Relief
Specifies the 3-D effect desired for the active item of the widget.
See the \fB-relief\fR option for details.
.OP \-anchor anchor Anchor
Specifies how the information in a widget (e.g. text or a bitmap)
is to be displayed in the widget.
Must be one of the values \fBn\fR, \fBne\fR, \fBe\fR, \fBse\fR,
\fBs\fR, \fBsw\fR, \fBw\fR, \fBnw\fR, or \fBcenter\fR.
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.OP \-activeforeground activeForeground Background
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.OP \-anchor anchor Anchor
Specifies how the information in a widget (e.g. text or a bitmap)
is to be displayed in the widget.
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\fBs\fR, \fBsw\fR, \fBw\fR, \fBnw\fR, or \fBcenter\fR.
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manager can satisfy this request, the widget will end up with extra
internal space above and/or below what it displays inside.
Most widgets only use this option for padding text:  if they are
displaying a bitmap or image, then they usually ignore padding
options.
.OP \-placeholder placeHolder PlaceHolder
Specifies a help text string to display if no text is otherwise displayed,
that is when the widget is empty. The placeholder text is displayed using
the values of the \fB\-font\fR and \fB\-justify\fR options.
.OP \-placeholderforeground placeholderForeground PlaceholderForeground
Specifies the foreground color to use when the placeholder text is
displayed. The default color is platform-specific.
.OP \-relief relief Relief
Specifies the 3-D effect desired for the widget.  Acceptable
values are \fBraised\fR, \fBsunken\fR, \fBflat\fR, \fBridge\fR,
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.OP \-relief relief Relief
Specifies the 3-D effect desired for the widget.  Acceptable
values are \fBraised\fR, \fBsunken\fR, \fBflat\fR, \fBridge\fR,
\fBsolid\fR, and \fBgroove\fR.
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.RE
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Removes each of the \fIwindow\fRs from the packing order for its
container and unmaps their windows.
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.RS
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.VS "TIP 518"
If the last content window of the container becomes unmanaged, this will also send
the virtual event \fB<<NoManagedChild>>\fR to the container; the container
may choose to resize itself (or otherwise respond) to such a change.
.VE "TIP 518"
.RE
.TP
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Returns a list whose elements are the current configuration state of
the window given by \fIwindow\fR in the same option-value form that
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the window given by \fIwindow\fR in the same option-value form that
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\fB1\fR to indicate whether propagation is currently enabled
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Returns a list of all of the content windows in the packing order for \fIwindow\fR.
The order of the content windows in the list is the same as their order in
the packing order.
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.SH "THE PACKER ALGORITHM"
.PP
For each container the packer maintains an ordered list of content
windows called the \fIpacking list\fR.
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Returns a list of all of the content windows in the packing order for \fIwindow\fR.
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the packing order.
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.SH "THE PACKER ALGORITHM"
.PP
For each container the packer maintains an ordered list of content
windows called the \fIpacking list\fR.
The \fB\-in\fR, \fB\-after\fR, and \fB\-before\fR configuration
options are used to specify the container for each content and the content's
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.PP
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the same as the path name of the panedwindow's window.  This command
may be used to invoke various operations on the widget.  It has the
following general form:
.CS
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.CE
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the panedwindow widget's path name.  \fIOption\fR and the \fIarg\fRs
determine the exact behavior of the command.  The following
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the same as the path name of the panedwindow's window.  This command
may be used to invoke various operations on the widget.  It has the
following general form:
.CS
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.CE
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the panedwindow widget's path name.  \fIOption\fR and the \fIarg\fRs
determine the exact behavior of the command.  The following
commands are possible for panedwindow widgets:
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\fIimageName \fBwrite \fIfilename\fR ?\fIoption value(s) ...\fR?
.fi
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.SH DESCRIPTION
.PP
A photo is an image whose pixels can display any color with a varying
degree of transparency (the alpha channel). A photo image is stored
internally in full color (32 bits per pixel), and is displayed using
dithering if necessary.  Image data for a photo image can be obtained
from a file or a string, or it can be supplied from C code through a
procedural interface.  At present, only
.VS 8.6
PNG,
.VE 8.6

GIF and PPM/PGM formats are supported, but an interface exists to
allow additional image file formats to be added easily.  A photo image
is (semi)transparent if the image data it was obtained from had
transparency informaton. In regions where no image data has been
supplied, it is fully transparent. Transparency may also be modified
with the \fBtransparency set\fR subcommand.
.SH "CREATING PHOTOS"
.PP
Like all images, photos are created using the \fBimage create\fR
command.
Photos support the following \fIoptions\fR:
.TP
\fB\-data \fIstring\fR
.
Specifies the contents of the image as a string.
.VS 8.7
The string should
contain data in the default list-of-lists form,
.VE 8.7
binary data or, for some formats, base64-encoded data (this is
currently guaranteed to be supported for PNG and GIF images). The

format of the string must be one of those for which there is an image
file format handler that will accept string data.  If both the
\fB\-data\fR and \fB\-file\fR options are specified, the \fB\-file\fR
option takes precedence.
.TP
\fB\-format\fR {\fIformat-name\fR ?\fIoption value ...\fR?}
.
Specifies the name of the file format for the data specified with the
\fB\-data\fR or \fB\-file\fR option and optional arguments passed to
the format handler. Note: the value of this option must be a Tcl list.
This means that the braces may be omitted if the argument has only one
word. Also, instead of braces, double quotes may be used for quoting.
.TP
\fB\-file \fIname\fR
.
\fIname\fR gives the name of a file that is to be read to supply data
for the photo image.  The file format must be one of those for which
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\fIimageName \fBcget \fIoption\fR
\fIimageName \fBconfigure\fR ?\fIoption\fR? ?\fIvalue option value ...\fR?
\fIimageName \fBcopy \fIsourceImage\fR ?\fIoption value(s) ...\fR?
\fIimageName \fBdata\fR ?\fIoption value(s) ...\fR?
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\fIimageName \fBput \fIdata\fR ?\fIoption value(s) ...\fR?
\fIimageName \fBread \fIfilename\fR ?\fIoption value(s) ...\fR?
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\fIimageName \fBtransparency \fIsubcommand \fR?\fIarg arg ...\fR?
\fIimageName \fBwrite \fIfilename\fR ?\fIoption value(s) ...\fR?
.fi
.BE
.SH DESCRIPTION
.PP
A photo is an image whose pixels can display any color or be
transparent.  A photo image is stored internally in full color (32
bits per pixel), and is displayed using dithering if necessary.  Image
data for a photo image can be obtained from a file or a string, or it
can be supplied from
C code through a procedural interface.  At present, only
.VS 8.6
PNG,
.VE 8.6
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formats are supported, but an interface exists to allow additional
image file formats to be added easily.  A photo image is transparent

in regions where no image data has been supplied
or where it has been set transparent by the \fBtransparency set\fR
subcommand.
.SH "CREATING PHOTOS"
.PP
Like all images, photos are created using the \fBimage create\fR
command.
Photos support the following \fIoptions\fR:
.TP
\fB\-data \fIstring\fR
.
Specifies the contents of the image as a string.  The string should




contain binary data or, for some formats, base64-encoded data (this is
currently guaranteed to be supported for PNG and GIF images). The
format of the
string must be one of those for which there is an image file format
handler that will accept string data.  If both the \fB\-data\fR
and \fB\-file\fR options are specified, the \fB\-file\fR option takes
precedence.
.TP
\fB\-format \fIformat-name\fR
.
Specifies the name of the file format for the data specified with the
\fB\-data\fR or \fB\-file\fR option.



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\fB\-file \fIname\fR
.
\fIname\fR gives the name of a file that is to be read to supply data
for the photo image.  The file format must be one of those for which
there is an image file format handler that can read data.
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When a photo image is created, Tk also creates a new command
whose name is the same as the image.
This command may be used to invoke various operations
on the image.
It has the following general form:
.CS
\fIimageName option \fR?\fIarg ...\fR?
.CE
\fIOption\fR and the \fIarg\fRs
determine the exact behavior of the command.
.PP
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When a photo image is created, Tk also creates a new command
whose name is the same as the image.
This command may be used to invoke various operations
on the image.
It has the following general form:
.CS
\fIimageName option \fR?\fIarg arg ...\fR?
.CE
\fIOption\fR and the \fIarg\fRs
determine the exact behavior of the command.
.PP
Those options that write data to the image generally expand the size
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the source image is used as-is.  The default compositing rule is
\fIoverlay\fR.
.RE
.TP
\fIimageName \fBdata\fR ?\fIoption value(s) ...\fR?
.
Returns image data in the form of a string.
.VS 8.7
The format of the string depends on the format handler. By default, a
human readable format as a list of lists of pixel data is used, other
formats can be chosen with the \fB-format\fR option.
See \fBIMAGE FORMATS\fR below for details.
.VE 8.7
The following options may be specified:
.RS
.TP
\fB\-background\fI color\fR
.
If the color is specified, the data will not contain any transparency
information. In all transparent pixels the color will be replaced by
the specified color.
.TP
\fB\-format\fR {\fIformat-name\fR ?\fIoption value ...\fR?}
.
Specifies the name of the image file format handler to use and,
optionally, arguments to the format handler.  Specifically, this
subcommand searches for the first handler whose name matches an
initial substring of \fIformat-name\fR and which has the capability to
write a string containing this image data.
.VS 8.7
If this option is not given, this subcommand uses the default format
that consists of a list (one element per row) of lists (one element
per pixel/column) of colors in
.QW \fB#\fIrrggbb\fR
format (see \fBIMAGE FORMATS\fR below).
.VE 8.7
Note: the value of this option must be a Tcl list.
This means that the braces may be omitted if the argument has only one
word. Also, instead of braces, double quotes may be used for quoting.

.TP
\fB\-from \fIx1 y1 x2 y2\fR
.
Specifies a rectangular region of \fIimageName\fR to be returned.
If only \fIx1\fR and \fIy1\fR are specified, the region
extends from \fI(x1,y1)\fR to the bottom-right corner of
\fIimageName\fR.  If all four coordinates are given, they specify
diagonally opposite corners of the rectangular region, including x1,y1
and excluding x2,y2.  The default, if this option is not given, is the
whole image.
.TP
\fB\-grayscale\fR
.
If this options is specified, the data will not contain color
information. All pixel data will be transformed into grayscale.
.RE
.VS 8.7
.TP
\fIimageName \fBget\fR \fIx y\fR ?\fB-withalpha\fR?
.
Returns the color of the pixel at coordinates (\fIx\fR,\fIy\fR) in the
image as a list of three integers between 0 and 255, representing the
red, green and blue components respectively. If the \fB-withalpha\fR
option is specified, the returned list will have a fourth element
representing the alpha value of the pixel as an integer between 0 and
255.
.VE 8.7
.TP
\fIimageName \fBput\fR \fIdata\fR ?\fIoption value(s) ...\fR?
.
Sets pixels in \fI imageName\fR to the data specified in \fIdata\fR.
.VS 8.7
This command searches the list of image file format handlers for
a handler that can interpret the data in \fIdata\fR, and then reads
the image encoded within into \fIimageName\fR (the destination image).

See \fBIMAGE FORMATS\fR below for details on formats for image data.
.VE 8.7



The following options may be specified:
.RS
.TP
\fB\-format\fR {\fIformat-name\fR ?\fIoption value ..\fR?}
.
Specifies the format of the image data in \fIdata\fR and, optionally,
arguments to be passed to the format handler.
Specifically, only image file format handlers whose names begin with
\fIformat-name\fR will be used while searching for an image data
format handler to read the data.
Note: the value of this option must be a Tcl list.
This means that the braces may be omitted if the argument has only one
word. Also, instead of braces, double quotes may be used for quoting.
.TP
\fB\-to \fIx1 y1\fR ?\fIx2 y2\fR?
.
Specifies the coordinates of the top-left corner (\fIx1\fR,\fIy1\fR)
of the region of \fIimageName\fR into which the image data will be
copied.  The default position is (0,0).  If \fIx2\fR,\fIy2\fR is given
and \fIdata\fR is not large enough to cover the rectangle specified by
this option, the image data extracted will be tiled so it covers the
entire destination rectangle. If the region specified with this opion
is smaller than the supplied \fIdata\fR, the exceeding data is silently
discarded. Note that if \fIdata\fR specifies a
single color value, then a region extending to the bottom-right corner
represented by (\fIx2\fR,\fIy2\fR) will be filled with that color.
.RE
.TP
\fIimageName \fBread\fR \fIfilename\fR ?\fIoption value(s) ...\fR?
.
Reads image data from the file named \fIfilename\fR into the image.
This command first searches the list of
image file format handlers for a handler that can interpret the data
in \fIfilename\fR, and then reads the image in \fIfilename\fR into
\fIimageName\fR (the destination image).  The following options may be
specified:
.RS
.TP
\fB\-format {\fIformat-name\fR ?\fIoption value ..\fR?}
.
Specifies the format of the image data in \fIfilename\fR and,
optionally, additional options to the format handler.
Specifically, only image file format handlers whose names begin with
\fIformat-name\fR will be used while searching for an image data
format handler to read the data.
Note: the value of this option must be a Tcl list.
This means that the braces may be omitted if the argument has only one
word. Also, instead of braces, double quotes may be used for quoting.
.TP
\fB\-from \fIx1 y1 x2 y2\fR
.
Specifies a rectangular sub-region of the image file data to be copied
to the destination image.  If only \fIx1\fR and \fIy1\fR are
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may be specified:
.RS
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\fB\-background\fI color\fR
.
If the color is specified, the data will not contain any transparency
information. In all transparent pixels the color will be replaced by
the specified color.
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\fB\-format\fI format-name\fR
.
Specifies the name of the image file format handler to be used.
Specifically, this subcommand searches
for the first handler whose name matches an initial substring of
\fIformat-name\fR and which has the capability to write a string
containing this image data.

If this option is not given, this subcommand uses a format that
consists of a list (one element per row) of lists (one element per
pixel/column) of colors in
.QW \fB#\fIrrggbb\fR
format (where \fIrr\fR is a pair of hexadecimal digits for the red




channel, \fIgg\fR for green, and \fIbb\fR for blue).
.TP
\fB\-from \fIx1 y1 x2 y2\fR
.
Specifies a rectangular region of \fIimageName\fR to be returned.
If only \fIx1\fR and \fIy1\fR are specified, the region
extends from \fI(x1,y1)\fR to the bottom-right corner of
\fIimageName\fR.  If all four coordinates are given, they specify
diagonally opposite corners of the rectangular region, including x1,y1
and excluding x2,y2.  The default, if this option is not given, is the
whole image.
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.
If this options is specified, the data will not contain color
information. All pixel data will be transformed into grayscale.
.RE

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\fIimageName \fBget\fR \fIx y\fR
.
Returns the color of the pixel at coordinates (\fIx\fR,\fIy\fR) in the
image as a list of three integers between 0 and 255, representing the
red, green and blue components respectively.




.TP
\fIimageName \fBput\fR \fIdata\fR ?\fIoption value(s) ...\fR?
.
Sets pixels in \fI imageName\fR to the data specified in \fIdata\fR.

This command first searches the list of image file format handlers for
a handler that can interpret the data in \fIdata\fR, and then reads
the image encoded within into \fIimageName\fR (the destination image).
If \fIdata\fR does not match any known format, an attempt to interpret
it as a (top-to-bottom) list of scan-lines is made, with each
scan-line being a (left-to-right) list of pixel colors (see
\fBTk_GetColor\fR for a description of valid colors.)  Every scan-line
must be of the same length.  Note that when \fIdata\fR is a single
color name, you are instructing Tk to fill a rectangular region with
that color.  The following options may be specified:
.RS
.TP
\fB\-format \fIformat-name\fR
.
Specifies the format of the image data in \fIdata\fR.

Specifically, only image file format handlers whose names begin with
\fIformat-name\fR will be used while searching for an image data
format handler to read the data.



.TP
\fB\-to \fIx1 y1\fR ?\fIx2 y2\fR?
.
Specifies the coordinates of the top-left corner (\fIx1\fR,\fIy1\fR)
of the region of \fIimageName\fR into which the image data will be
copied.  The default position is (0,0).  If \fIx2\fR,\fIy2\fR is given
and \fIdata\fR is not large enough to cover the rectangle specified by
this option, the image data extracted will be tiled so it covers the


entire destination rectangle.  Note that if \fIdata\fR specifies a
single color value, then a region extending to the bottom-right corner
represented by (\fIx2\fR,\fIy2\fR) will be filled with that color.
.RE
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.
Reads image data from the file named \fIfilename\fR into the image.
This command first searches the list of
image file format handlers for a handler that can interpret the data
in \fIfilename\fR, and then reads the image in \fIfilename\fR into
\fIimageName\fR (the destination image).  The following options may be
specified:
.RS
.TP
\fB\-format \fIformat-name\fR
.
Specifies the format of the image data in \fIfilename\fR.

Specifically, only image file format handlers whose names begin with
\fIformat-name\fR will be used while searching for an image data
format handler to read the data.



.TP
\fB\-from \fIx1 y1 x2 y2\fR
.
Specifies a rectangular sub-region of the image file data to be copied
to the destination image.  If only \fIx1\fR and \fIy1\fR are
specified, the region extends from (\fIx1,y1\fR) to the bottom-right
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If the image data for \fIimageName\fR is supplied in pieces, the
dithered image may not be exactly correct.  Normally the difference is
not noticeable, but if it is a problem, this command can be used to
recalculate the dithered image in each window where the image is
displayed.
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\fIimageName \fBtransparency \fIsubcommand \fR?\fIarg ...\fR?
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Allows examination and manipulation of the transparency information in
the photo image.  Several subcommands are available:
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.TP
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Returns true if the pixel at (\fIx\fR,\fIy\fR) is fully transparent,
false otherwise.  If the option \fB-alpha\fR is passed, returns the
alpha value of the pixel instead, as an integer in the range 0 to 255.
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.TP
\fIimageName \fBtransparency set \fIx y\fR \fInewVal\fR ?\fB-alpha\fR?
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Change the transparency of the pixel at (\fIx\fR,\fIy\fR) to
\fInewVal.\fR If no additional option is passed, \fInewVal\fR is
interpreted as a boolean and the pixel is made fully transparent if
that value is true, fully opaque otherwise.  If the \fB-alpha\fR
option is passed, \fInewVal\fR is interpreted as an integral alpha
value for the pixel, which must be in the range 0 to 255.
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.RE
.TP
\fIimageName \fBwrite \fIfilename\fR ?\fIoption value(s) ...\fR?
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Writes image data from \fIimageName\fR to a file named \fIfilename\fR.
The following options may be specified:
.RS
.TP
\fB\-background\fI color\fR
.
If the color is specified, the data will not contain any transparency
information. In all transparent pixels the color will be replaced by
the specified color.
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\fB\-format\fR {\fIformat-name\fR ?\fIoption value ...\fR?}
.
Specifies the name of the image file format handler to be used to
write the data to the file and, optionally, options to pass to the
format handler.  Specifically, this subcommand searches for the first
handler whose name matches an initial substring of \fIformat-name\fR
and which has the capability to write an image file.  If this option
is not given, the format is guessed from the file extension. If that
cannot be determined, this subcommand uses the first handler that has
the capability to write an image file.
Note: the value of this option must be a Tcl list.
This means that the braces may be omitted if the argument has only one
word. Also, instead of braces, double quotes may be used for quoting.
.TP
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Specifies a rectangular region of \fIimageName\fR to be written to the
image file.  If only \fIx1\fR and \fIy1\fR are specified, the region
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not noticeable, but if it is a problem, this command can be used to
recalculate the dithered image in each window where the image is
displayed.
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Allows examination and manipulation of the transparency information in
the photo image.  Several subcommands are available:
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Writes image data from \fIimageName\fR to a file named \fIfilename\fR.
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If the color is specified, the data will not contain any transparency
information. In all transparent pixels the color will be replaced by
the specified color.
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\fIformat-name\fR and which has the capability to write an image
file.  If this option is not given, the format is guessed from
the file extension. If that cannot be determined, this subcommand
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.TP
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image file.  If only \fIx1\fR and \fIy1\fR are specified, the region
extends from \fI(x1,y1)\fR to the bottom-right corner of
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.SH "IMAGE FORMATS"
.PP
The photo image code is structured to allow handlers for additional
image file formats to be added easily.  The photo image code maintains
a list of these handlers.  Handlers are added to the list by
registering them with a call to \fBTk_CreatePhotoImageFormat\fR.  The
standard Tk distribution comes with handlers for PPM/PGM, PNG and GIF
formats,
.VS 8.7
as well as the \fBdefault\fR handler to encode/decode image
data in a human readable form.
.VE 8.7
These handlers are automatically registered on initialization.
.PP
When reading an image file or processing string data specified with
the \fB\-data\fR configuration option, the photo image code invokes

each handler in turn until one is found that claims to be able to read
the data in the file or string.  Usually this will find the correct
handler, but if it does not, the user may give a format name with the
\fB\-format\fR option to specify which handler to use.  In this case,
the photo image code will try those handlers whose names begin with
the string specified for the \fB\-format\fR option (the comparison is
case-insensitive).  For example, if the user specifies \fB\-format
gif\fR, then a handler named GIF87 or GIF89 may be invoked, but a
handler named JPEG may not (assuming that such handlers had been
registered).
.PP
When writing image data to a file, the processing of the
\fB\-format\fR option is slightly different: the string value given
for the \fB\-format\fR option must begin with the complete name of the
requested handler, and may contain additional information following
that, which the handler can use, for example, to specify which variant
to use of the formats supported by the handler.
Note that not all image handlers may support writing transparency data
to a file, even where the target image format does.
.VS 8.7
.SS "THE DEFAULT IMAGE HANDLER"
.PP
The \fBdefault\fR image handler cannot be used to read or write data
from/to a file. Its sole purpose is to encode and decode image data in
string form in a clear text, human readable, form. The \fIimageName\fR
\fBdata\fR subcommand uses this handler when no other format is
specified. When reading image data from a string with \fIimageName\fR
\fBput\fR or the \fB-data\fR option, the default handler is treated
as the other handlers.
.PP
Image data in the \fBdefault\fR string format is a (top-to-bottom)
list of scan-lines, with each scan-line being a (left-to-right) list
of pixel data. Every scan-line has the same length. The color
and, optionally, alpha value of each pixel is specified in any of
the forms described in the \fBCOLOR FORMATS\fR section below.
.VE 8.7

.SS "FORMAT SUBOPTIONS"
.PP
.VS 8.6
Image formats may support sub-options, wich ahre specified using
additional words in the value to the \fB\-format\fR option. These
suboptions can affect how image data is read or written to file or
string. The nature and values of these options is up to the format
handler.
The built-in handlers support these suboptions:
.VS 8.7
.TP
\fBdefault \-colorformat\fI formatType\fR
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The option is allowed when writing image data to a string with
\fIimageName\fR \fBdata\fR. Specifies the format to use for the color
string of each pixel. \fIformatType\fR may be one of: \fBrgb\fR to
encode pixel data in the form \fB#\fIRRGGBB\fR, \fBrgba\fR to encode
pixel data in the form \fB#\fIRRGGBBAA\fR or \fBlist\fR to encode
pixel data as a list with four elements. See \fBCOLOR FORMATS\fR
below for details. The default is \fBrgb\fR.
.VE 8.7
.TP
\fBgif \-index\fI indexValue\fR
.
The option has effect when reading image data from a file. When
parsing a multi-part GIF image, Tk normally only accesses the first
image. By giving the \fB\-index\fR sub-option, the \fIindexValue\fR'th
value may be used instead. The \fIindexValue\fR must be an integer
from 0 up to the number of image parts in the GIF data.
.TP
\fBpng \-alpha\fI alphaValue\fR
.
The option has effect when reading image data from a file. Specifies
an additional alpha filtering for the overall image, which allows the
background on which the image is displayed to show through.  This
usually also has the effect of desaturating the image.  The
\fIalphaValue\fR must be between 0.0 and 1.0.
.TP
\fBsvg \-dpi\fI dpiValue\fB \-scale\fI scaleValue\fB \-scaletowidth \fI width\fB \-scaletoheight\fI height\fR
.
\fIdpiValue\fR is used in conversion between given coordinates and
screen resolution. The value must be greater than 0 and the default
value is 96.
\fIscaleValue\fR is used to scale the resulting image. The value must
be greater than 0 and the default value is 1.
\fIwidth\fR and \fIheight\fR are the width or height that the image
will be adjusted to. Only one parameter among \fB\-scale\fR,
\fB\-scaletowidth\fR and \fB\-scaletoheight\fR can be given at a time
and the aspect ratio of the original image is always preserved.
The svg format supports a wide range of SVG features, but the
full SVG standard is not available, for instance the 'text' feature
is missing and silently ignored when reading the SVG data.
The supported SVG features are:
.
.RS
\fB elements:\fR g, path, rect, circle, ellipse, line, polyline, polygon,
linearGradient, radialGradient, stop, defs, svg, style
.PP
\fB attributes:\fR width, height, viewBox,
preserveAspectRatio with none, xMin, xMid, xMax, yMin, yMid, yMax, slice
.PP
\fB gradient attributes:\fR gradientUnits with objectBoundingBox,
gradientTransform, cx, cy, r fx, fy x1, y1, x2, y2
spreadMethod with pad, reflect or repeat,
xlink:href
.PP
\fB poly attributes: \fR points
.PP
\fB line attributes: \fR x1, y1, x2, y2
.PP
\fB ellipse attributes: \fR cx, cy, rx, ry
.PP
\fB circle attributes: \fR cx, cy, r
.PP
\fB rectangle attributes: \fR x, y, width, height, rx, ry
.PP
\fB path attributes: \fR d with m, M, l, L, h, H, v, V, c, C, s, S, q, Q, t, T, a, A, z, Z
.PP
\fB style attributes: \fR display with none, visibility, hidden, visible,
fill with nonzero and evenodd, opacity, fill-opacity,
stroke, stroke-width, stroke-dasharray, stroke-dashoffset, stroke-opacity,
stroke-linecap with butt, round and square,
stroke-linejoin with miter, round and  bevel, stroke-miterlimit
fill-rule, font-size,
transform with matrix, translate, scale, rotate, skewX and  skewY,
stop-color, stop-opacity, offset, id, class
.RE
.
Currently only SVG images reading and conversion into (pixel-based
format) photos is supported: Tk does not (yet) support bundling photo
images in SVG vector graphics.
.VE 8.6
.VS 8.7
.SH "COLOR FORMATS"
.PP
The default image handler can represent/parse color and alpha values
of a pixel in one of the formats listed below. If a color format does
not contain transparency information, full opacity is assumed.  The
available color formats are:
.IP \(bu 3
The empty string - interpreted as full transparency, the color value
is undefined.
.IP \(bu 3
Any value accepted by \fBTk_GetColor\fR, optionally followed by an
alpha suffix. The alpha suffix may be one of:
.RS
.TP
\[email protected]\fR\fIA\fR
.
The alpha value \fIA\fR must be a fractional value in the range  0.0
(fully transparent) to 1.0 (fully opaque).
.TP
\fB#\fR\fIX\fR
.
The alpha value \fIX\fR is a hexadecimal digit that specifies an integer
alpha value in the range 0 (fully transparent) to 255 (fully opaque).
This is expanded in range from 4 bits wide to 8 bits wide by
multiplication by 0x11.
.TP
\fB#\fR\fIXX\fR
.
The alpha value \fIXX\fR is passed as two hexadecimal digits that
specify an integer alpha value in the range 0 (fully transparent) to 255
(fully opaque).
.RE
.IP \(bu 3
A Tcl list with three or four integers in the range 0 to 255,
specifying the values for the red, green, blue and (optionally)
alpha channels respectively.
.IP \(bu 3
\fB#\fR\fIRGBA\fR format: a \fB#\fR followed by four hexadecimal digits,
where each digit is the value for the red, green, blue and alpha
channels respectively. Each digit will be expanded internally to
8 bits by multiplication by 0x11.
.IP \(bu 3
\fB#\fR\fIRRGGBBAA\fR format: \fB#\fR followed by eight hexadecimal digits,
where each pair of  subsequent digits represents the value for the red,
green, blue and alpha channels respectively.
.VE 8.7
.SH "COLOR ALLOCATION"
.PP
When a photo image is displayed in a window, the photo image code
allocates colors to use to display the image and dithers the image, if
necessary, to display a reasonable approximation to the image using
the colors that are available.  The colors are allocated as a color
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.SH "IMAGE FORMATS"
.PP
The photo image code is structured to allow handlers for additional
image file formats to be added easily.  The photo image code maintains
a list of these handlers.  Handlers are added to the list by
registering them with a call to \fBTk_CreatePhotoImageFormat\fR.  The
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formats, which are automatically registered on initialization.
.PP
When reading an image file or processing
string data specified with the \fB\-data\fR configuration option, the
photo image code invokes each handler in turn until one is
found that claims to be able to read the data in the file or string.
Usually this will find the correct handler, but if it does not, the
user may give a format name with the \fB\-format\fR option to specify
which handler to use.  In fact the photo image code will try those
handlers whose names begin with the string specified for the
\fB\-format\fR option (the comparison is case-insensitive).  For
example, if the user specifies \fB\-format gif\fR, then a handler
named GIF87 or GIF89 may be invoked, but a handler
named JPEG may not (assuming that such handlers had been
registered).
.PP
When writing image data to a file, the processing of the
\fB\-format\fR option is slightly different: the string value given
for the \fB\-format\fR option must begin with the complete name of the
requested handler, and may contain additional information following
that, which the handler can use, for example, to specify which variant
to use of the formats supported by the handler.
Note that not all image handlers may support writing transparency data
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.SS "FORMAT SUBOPTIONS"
.PP
.VS 8.6
Some image formats support sub-options, which are specified at the time that
the image is loaded using additional words in the \fB\-format\fR option. At



the time of writing, the following are supported:

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\fBgif \-index\fI indexValue\fR
.

When parsing a multi-part GIF image, Tk normally only accesses the first
image. By giving the \fB\-index\fR sub-option, the \fIindexValue\fR'th value
may be used instead. The \fIindexValue\fR must be an integer from 0 up to the
number of image parts in the GIF data.
.TP
\fBpng \-alpha\fI alphaValue\fR
.

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background on which the image is displayed to show through. This usually also
has the effect of desaturating the image. The \fIalphaValue\fR must be between
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.SH "COLOR ALLOCATION"
.PP
When a photo image is displayed in a window, the photo image code
allocates colors to use to display the image and dithers the image, if
necessary, to display a reasonable approximation to the image using
the colors that are available.  The colors are allocated as a color
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.CS
\fBimage create photo\fR icon \-file "icon.png"
\fBimage create photo\fR iconDisabled \-file "icon.png" \e
        \-format "png \-alpha 0.5"
button .b \-image icon \-disabledimage iconDisabled
.CE
.VE 8.6
.PP
.VS 8.7
Create a green box with a simple shadow effect
.PP
.CS
\fBimage create photo\fR foo

# Make a simple graduated fill varying in alpha for the shadow
for {set i 14} {$i > 0} {incr i -1} {
   set i2 [expr {$i + 30}]
   foo \fBput\fR [format black#%x [expr {15-$i}]] -to $i $i $i2 $i2
}

# Put a solid green rectangle on top
foo \fBput\fR #F080 -to 0 0 30 30
.VE 8.7
.CE
.SH "SEE ALSO"
image(n)
.SH KEYWORDS
photo, image, color
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\fBimage create photo\fR icon \-file "icon.png"
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button .b \-image icon \-disabledimage iconDisabled
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.SH "SEE ALSO"
image(n)
.SH KEYWORDS
photo, image, color
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\fBplace info \fIwindow\fR
Returns a list giving the current configuration of \fIwindow\fR.
The list consists of \fIoption\-value\fR pairs in exactly the
same form as might be specified to the \fBplace configure\fR
command.
.TP
\fBplace content \fIwindow\fR
Returns a list of all the content windows for which \fIwindow\fR is the container.
If there is no content for \fIwindow\fR then an empty string is returned.

.TP
\fBplace slaves \fIwindow\fR
.
Synonym for . \fBplace content \fIwindow\fR

.PP
If the configuration of a window has been retrieved with
\fBplace info\fR, that configuration can be restored later by
first using \fBplace forget\fR to erase any existing information
for the window and then invoking \fBplace configure\fR with
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\fBplace info \fIwindow\fR
Returns a list giving the current configuration of \fIwindow\fR.
The list consists of \fIoption\-value\fR pairs in exactly the
same form as might be specified to the \fBplace configure\fR
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.TP
\fBplace slaves \fIwindow\fR
Returns a list of all the content windows for which \fIwindow\fR is the container.
If there is no content for \fIwindow\fR then an empty string is returned.
.VS "TIP 581"
.TP
\fBplace content \fIwindow\fR
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Synonym for \fBplace slaves \fIwindow\fR.
.VE "TIP 581"
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If the configuration of a window has been retrieved with
\fBplace info\fR, that configuration can be restored later by
first using \fBplace forget\fR to erase any existing information
for the window and then invoking \fBplace configure\fR with
the saved information.
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.SH "SEE ALSO"
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bind(n), menu(n), tk_optionMenu(n)
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menu, popup
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.PP
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name is \fIpathName\fR.  This
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.CS
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.CE
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determine the exact behavior of the command.  The following
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.PP
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name is \fIpathName\fR.  This
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operations on the widget.  It has the following general form:
.CS
\fIpathName option \fR?\fIarg arg ...\fR?
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determine the exact behavior of the command.  The following
commands are possible for radiobutton widgets:
.TP
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.PP
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name is \fIpathName\fR.  This
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operations on the widget.  It has the following general form:
.CS
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name is \fIpathName\fR.  This
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determine the exact behavior of the command.  The following
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It is up to the widget to define the meaning of a page;  typically
it is slightly less than what fits in the window, so that there
is a slight overlap between the old and new views.
\fINumber\fR is either 1, which means the next page should
become visible, or \-1, which means that the previous page should
become visible. Fractional number are rounded away from 0, so
scrolling 0.001 pages has the same effect as scrolling 1 page.
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\fIprefix \fBscroll \fInumber \fBunits\fR
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The widget should adjust its view by \fInumber\fR units.
The units are defined in whatever way makes sense for the widget,
such as characters or lines in a text widget.
\fINumber\fR is either 1, which means one unit should scroll off
the top or left of the window, or \-1, which means that one unit
should scroll off the bottom or right of the window. Fractional
numbers are rounded away from 0, so scrolling 0.001 units has
the same effect as scrolling 1 unit.
.SH "OLD COMMAND SYNTAX"
.PP
In versions of Tk before 4.0, the \fBset\fR and \fBget\fR widget
commands used a different form.
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The widget should adjust its view so that the point given
by \fIfraction\fR appears at the beginning of the widget.
If \fIfraction\fR is 0 it refers to the beginning of the
document.  1.0 refers to the end of the document, 0.333
refers to a point one-third of the way through the document,
and so on.
.TP
\fIprefix \fBscroll \fInumber \fBunits\fR
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The widget should adjust its view by \fInumber\fR units.
The units are defined in whatever way makes sense for the widget,
such as characters or lines in a text widget.
\fINumber\fR is either 1, which means one unit should scroll off
the top or left of the window, or \-1, which means that one unit
should scroll off the bottom or right of the window.
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\fIprefix \fBscroll \fInumber \fBpages\fR
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The widget should adjust its view by \fInumber\fR pages.
It is up to the widget to define the meaning of a page;  typically
it is slightly less than what fits in the window, so that there
is a slight overlap between the old and new views.
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.SH "OLD COMMAND SYNTAX"
.PP
In versions of Tk before 4.0, the \fBset\fR and \fBget\fR widget
commands used a different form.
This form is still supported for backward compatibility, but it
is deprecated.
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selection \- Manipulate the X selection
.SH SYNOPSIS
\fBselection \fIoption\fR ?\fIarg ...\fR?
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.SH DESCRIPTION
.PP
This command provides a Tcl interface to the X selection mechanism and
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selection \- Manipulate the X selection
.SH SYNOPSIS
\fBselection \fIoption\fR ?\fIarg arg ...\fR?
.BE
.SH DESCRIPTION
.PP
This command provides a Tcl interface to the X selection mechanism and
implements the full selection functionality described in the
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send \- Execute a command in a different application
.SH SYNOPSIS
\fBsend ?\fIoptions\fR? \fIapp cmd \fR?\fIarg ...\fR?
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.SH DESCRIPTION
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This command arranges for \fIcmd\fR (and \fIarg\fRs) to be executed in the
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send \- Execute a command in a different application
.SH SYNOPSIS
\fBsend ?\fIoptions\fR? \fIapp cmd \fR?\fIarg arg ...\fR?
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.SH DESCRIPTION
.PP
This command arranges for \fIcmd\fR (and \fIarg\fRs) to be executed in the
application named by \fIapp\fR.  It returns the result or
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.SE
.SH "WIDGET-SPECIFIC OPTIONS"
.OP \-buttonbackground buttonBackground Background
The background color to be used for the spin buttons.
.OP \-buttoncursor buttonCursor Cursor
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.SH "WIDGET-SPECIFIC OPTIONS"
.OP \-buttonbackground buttonBackground Background
The background color to be used for the spin buttons.
.OP \-buttoncursor buttonCursor Cursor
The cursor to be used when over the spin buttons.  If this is empty
(the default), a default cursor will be used.
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as it will format a floating-point number.
.OP \-from from From
A floating-point value corresponding to the lowest value for a spinbox, to
be used in conjunction with \fB\-to\fR and \fB\-increment\fR.  When all
are specified correctly, the spinbox will use these values to control its
contents. If this value is greater than the \fB\-to\fR option, then
\fB\-from\fR and \fB\-to\fR values are automatically swapped.
If \fB\-values\fR is specified, it supersedes this option.
.OP "\-invalidcommand or \-invcmd" invalidCommand InvalidCommand
Specifies a script to eval when \fB\-validatecommand\fR returns 0.  Setting
it to an empty string disables this feature (the default).  The best use of
this option is to set it to \fIbell\fR.  See \fBVALIDATION\fR below for
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This must be a format specifier of the form \fB%<pad>.<pad>f\fR,
as it will format a floating-point number.
.OP \-from from From
A floating-point value corresponding to the lowest value for a spinbox, to
be used in conjunction with \fB\-to\fR and \fB\-increment\fR.  When all
are specified correctly, the spinbox will use these values to control its
contents.  This value must be less than the \fB\-to\fR option.

If \fB\-values\fR is specified, it supersedes this option.
.OP "\-invalidcommand or \-invcmd" invalidCommand InvalidCommand
Specifies a script to eval when \fB\-validatecommand\fR returns 0.  Setting
it to an empty string disables this feature (the default).  The best use of
this option is to set it to \fIbell\fR.  See \fBVALIDATION\fR below for
more information.
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be displayed in a different color, depending on the values of the
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.OP \-to to To
A floating-point value corresponding to the highest value for the spinbox,
to be used in conjunction with \fB\-from\fR and \fB\-increment\fR.  When
all are specified correctly, the spinbox will use these values to control
its contents. If this value is less than the \fB\-from\fR option, then
\fB\-from\fR and \fB\-to\fR values are automatically swapped.
If \fB\-values\fR is specified, it supersedes this option.
.OP \-validate validate Validate
Specifies the mode in which validation should operate: \fBnone\fR,
\fBfocus\fR, \fBfocusin\fR, \fBfocusout\fR, \fBkey\fR, or \fBall\fR.
It defaults to \fBnone\fR.  When you want validation, you must explicitly
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be displayed in a different color, depending on the values of the
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.OP \-to to To
A floating-point value corresponding to the highest value for the spinbox,
to be used in conjunction with \fB\-from\fR and \fB\-increment\fR.  When
all are specified correctly, the spinbox will use these values to control
its contents.  This value must be greater than the \fB\-from\fR option.

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.OP \-validate validate Validate
Specifies the mode in which validation should operate: \fBnone\fR,
\fBfocus\fR, \fBfocusin\fR, \fBfocusout\fR, \fBkey\fR, or \fBall\fR.
It defaults to \fBnone\fR.  When you want validation, you must explicitly
state which mode you wish to use.  See \fBVALIDATION\fR below for more.
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.SH "WIDGET COMMAND"
.PP
The \fBspinbox\fR command creates a new Tcl command whose
name is \fIpathName\fR.  This command may be used to invoke various
operations on the widget.  It has the following general form:
.CS
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.CE
\fIOption\fR and the \fIarg\fRs
determine the exact behavior of the command.
.SS INDICES
.PP
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.SH "WIDGET COMMAND"
.PP
The \fBspinbox\fR command creates a new Tcl command whose
name is \fIpathName\fR.  This command may be used to invoke various
operations on the widget.  It has the following general form:
.CS
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.CE
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determine the exact behavior of the command.
.SS INDICES
.PP
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\fIFraction\fR must be a fraction between 0 and 1.
.TP
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This command shifts the view in the window left or right according to
\fInumber\fR and \fIwhat\fR.
\fINumber\fR must be an integer or a float, but if it is a float then
it is converted to an integer, rounded away from 0.
\fIWhat\fR must be either \fBpages\fR or \fBunits\fR or an abbreviation
of one of these.


If \fIwhat\fR is \fBpages\fR then the view adjusts by \fInumber\fR
screenfuls. If \fInumber\fR is negative then characters farther to the left
become visible;  if it is positive then characters farther to the right
become visible.
If \fIwhat\fR is \fBunits\fR, the view adjusts left or right by
\fInumber\fR average-width characters on the display.
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.SH "DEFAULT BINDINGS"
.PP
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.TP
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This command shifts the view in the window left or right according to
\fInumber\fR and \fIwhat\fR.
\fINumber\fR must be an integer.

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of one of these.
If \fIwhat\fR is \fBunits\fR, the view adjusts left or right by
\fInumber\fR average-width characters on the display;  if it is
\fBpages\fR then the view adjusts by \fInumber\fR screenfuls.
If \fInumber\fR is negative then characters farther to the left
become visible;  if it is positive then characters farther to the right
become visible.


.RE
.SH "DEFAULT BINDINGS"
.PP
Tk automatically creates class bindings for spinboxes that give them
the following default behavior.
In the descriptions below,
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.SH "WIDGET COMMAND"
.PP
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path name of the text's window. This command may be used to invoke various
operations on the widget. It has the following general form:
.CS
\fIpathName option \fR?\fIarg ...\fR?
.CE
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widget's path name. \fIOption\fR and the \fIarg\fRs determine the exact
behavior of the command. The following commands are possible for text widgets:
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.SH "WIDGET COMMAND"
.PP
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path name of the text's window. This command may be used to invoke various
operations on the widget. It has the following general form:
.CS
\fIpathName option \fR?\fIarg arg ...\fR?
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widget's path name. \fIOption\fR and the \fIarg\fRs determine the exact
behavior of the command. The following commands are possible for text widgets:
.TP
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must have a create script.) In this case an empty string is returned, and you
must query the window by its index position to get more information.
.RE
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behavior of the command depends on the \fIoption\fR argument that follows the
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must query the window by its index position to get more information.
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This command controls the undo mechanism and the modified flag. The exact
behavior of the command depends on the \fIoption\fR argument that follows the
\fBedit\fR argument. The following forms of the command are currently
supported:
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clear the modified flag. If \fIboolean\fR is specified, sets the modified flag
of the widget to \fIboolean\fR.
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When the \fB\-undo\fR option is true, reapplies the last undone edits provided
no other edits were done since then, and returns a list of indices indicating
what ranges were changed by the redo operation. Generates an error when the
redo stack is empty. Does nothing when the \fB\-undo\fR option is false.
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\fB\-undo\fR option is false.
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Undoes the last edit action when the \fB\-undo\fR option is true, and returns a
list of indices indicating what ranges were changed by the undo operation. An
edit action is defined as all the insert and delete commands that are recorded
on the undo stack in between two separators. Generates an error when the undo
stack is empty. Does nothing when the \fB\-undo\fR option is false.
.RE
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no other edits were done since then. Generates an error when the redo stack is

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the undo stack in between two separators. Generates an error when the undo
stack is empty. Does nothing when the \fB\-undo\fR option is false.
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represented with empty strings in the list. The ranges are returned in the
order passed to \fIpathName \fBget\fR. If the \fB\-displaychars\fR option is
given, then, within each range, only those characters which are not elided
will be returned. This may have the effect that some of the returned ranges
are empty strings.
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.
This command is used to manipulate embedded images. The behavior of the
command depends on the \fIoption\fR argument that follows the \fBtag\fR
argument. The following forms of the command are currently supported:
.RS
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given, then, within each range, only those characters which are not elided
will be returned. This may have the effect that some of the returned ranges
are empty strings.
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This command is used to manipulate embedded images. The behavior of the
command depends on the \fIoption\fR argument that follows the \fBimage\fR
argument. The following forms of the command are currently supported:
.RS
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effect as if a separate \fIpathName \fBinsert\fR widget command had been
issued for each pair, in order. The last \fItagList\fR argument may be
omitted.
.TP
\fIpathName \fBmark \fIoption \fR?\fIarg ...\fR?
.
This command is used to manipulate marks. The exact behavior of the command
depends on the \fIoption\fR argument that follows the \fBmark\fR argument. The
following forms of the command are currently supported:
.RS
.TP
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of the tags present around the insertion point. If multiple
\fIchars\fR\-\fItagList\fR argument pairs are present, they produce the same
effect as if a separate \fIpathName \fBinsert\fR widget command had been
issued for each pair, in order. The last \fItagList\fR argument may be
omitted.
.TP
\fIpathName \fBmark \fIoption \fR?\fIarg arg ...\fR?
.
This command is used to manipulate marks. The exact behavior of the command
depends on the \fIoption\fR argument that follows the \fBmark\fR argument. The
following forms of the command are currently supported:
.RS
.TP
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Schedules \fIcommand\fR to be executed (by the event loop) exactly once as soon
as all line heights are up-to-date. If there are no pending line metrics
calculations, the scheduling is immediate. The command returns the empty
string. \fBbgerror\fR is called on \fIcommand\fR failure.
.RE
.TP
\fIpathName \fBtag \fIoption \fR?\fIarg ...\fR?
.
This command is used to manipulate tags. The exact behavior of the command
depends on the \fIoption\fR argument that follows the \fBtag\fR argument. The
following forms of the command are currently supported:
.RS
.TP
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Schedules \fIcommand\fR to be executed (by the event loop) exactly once as soon
as all line heights are up-to-date. If there are no pending line metrics
calculations, the scheduling is immediate. The command returns the empty
string. \fBbgerror\fR is called on \fIcommand\fR failure.
.RE
.TP
\fIpathName \fBtag \fIoption \fR?\fIarg arg ...\fR?
.
This command is used to manipulate tags. The exact behavior of the command
depends on the \fIoption\fR argument that follows the \fBtag\fR argument. The
following forms of the command are currently supported:
.RS
.TP
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\fIsequence\fR (an error occurs if there is no such binding). If both
\fIscript\fR and \fIsequence\fR are omitted then the command returns a list of
all the sequences for which bindings have been defined for \fItagName\fR.
.RS
.PP
The only events for which bindings may be specified are those related to the
mouse and keyboard (such as \fBEnter\fR, \fBLeave\fR, \fBButton\fR,
\fBMotion\fR, and \fBKey\fR) or virtual events. Event bindings for a text
widget use the \fBcurrent\fR mark described under \fBMARKS\fR above. An
\fBEnter\fR event triggers for a tag when the tag first becomes present on the
current character, and a \fBLeave\fR event triggers for a tag when it ceases
to be present on the current character. \fBEnter\fR and \fBLeave\fR events can
happen either because the \fBcurrent\fR mark moved or because the character at
that position changed. Note that these events are different than \fBEnter\fR
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the command returns the \fIscript\fR associated with \fItagName\fR and
\fIsequence\fR (an error occurs if there is no such binding). If both
\fIscript\fR and \fIsequence\fR are omitted then the command returns a list of
all the sequences for which bindings have been defined for \fItagName\fR.
.RS
.PP
The only events for which bindings may be specified are those related to the
mouse and keyboard (such as \fBEnter\fR, \fBLeave\fR, \fBButtonPress\fR,
\fBMotion\fR, and \fBKeyPress\fR) or virtual events. Event bindings for a text
widget use the \fBcurrent\fR mark described under \fBMARKS\fR above. An
\fBEnter\fR event triggers for a tag when the tag first becomes present on the
current character, and a \fBLeave\fR event triggers for a tag when it ceases
to be present on the current character. \fBEnter\fR and \fBLeave\fR events can
happen either because the \fBcurrent\fR mark moved or because the character at
that position changed. Note that these events are different than \fBEnter\fR
and \fBLeave\fR events for windows. Mouse and keyboard events are directed to
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\fIindex1\fR\-\fIindex2\fR pairs. If the last \fIindex2\fR is omitted then the
tag is removed from the single character at \fIindex1\fR. If there are no
characters in the specified range (e.g. \fIindex1\fR is past the end of the
file or \fIindex2\fR is less than or equal to \fIindex1\fR) then the command
has no effect. This command returns an empty string.
.RE
.TP
\fIpathName \fBwindow \fIoption \fR?\fIarg ...\fR?
.
This command is used to manipulate embedded windows. The behavior of the
command depends on the \fIoption\fR argument that follows the \fBwindow\fR
argument. The following forms of the command are currently supported:
.RS
.TP
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\fIindex1\fR\-\fIindex2\fR pairs. If the last \fIindex2\fR is omitted then the
tag is removed from the single character at \fIindex1\fR. If there are no
characters in the specified range (e.g. \fIindex1\fR is past the end of the
file or \fIindex2\fR is less than or equal to \fIindex1\fR) then the command
has no effect. This command returns an empty string.
.RE
.TP
\fIpathName \fBwindow \fIoption \fR?\fIarg arg ...\fR?
.
This command is used to manipulate embedded windows. The behavior of the
command depends on the \fIoption\fR argument that follows the \fBwindow\fR
argument. The following forms of the command are currently supported:
.RS
.TP
\fIpathName \fBwindow cget \fIindex option\fR
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Adjusts the view in the window so that \fIfraction\fR of the horizontal span
of the text is off-screen to the left. \fIFraction\fR is a fraction between 0
and 1.
.TP
\fIpathName \fBxview scroll \fInumber what\fR
.
This command shifts the view in the window left or right according to
\fInumber\fR and \fIwhat\fR. \fIWhat\fR must be \fBpages\fR,
\fBpixels\fR, or \fBunits\fR. If \fIwhat\fR is \fBpages\fR or
\fBunits\fR then \fInumber\fR must be an integer, otherwise number may be
specified in any of the forms acceptable to \fBTk_GetPixels\fR, such as
.QW 2.0c
or
.QW 1i
(the result is rounded to the nearest integer value. If no units are given,
pixels are assumed). If \fIwhat\fR is \fBpages\fR then the view adjusts by
\fInumber\fR screenfuls; if it is \fBpixels\fR then the view adjusts by
\fInumber\fR pixels; if it is \fBunits\fR, the view adjusts left or
right by \fInumber\fR average-width characters on the display. If \fInumber\fR is


negative then characters farther to the left become visible; if it is positive
then characters farther to the right become visible.
.RE
.TP
\fIpathName \fByview \fR?\fIargs\fR?
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Adjusts the view in the window so that \fIfraction\fR of the horizontal span
of the text is off-screen to the left. \fIFraction\fR is a fraction between 0
and 1.
.TP
\fIpathName \fBxview scroll \fInumber what\fR
.
This command shifts the view in the window left or right according to
\fInumber\fR and \fIwhat\fR. \fIWhat\fR must be \fBunits\fR, \fBpages\fR or
\fBpixels\fR. If \fIwhat\fR is \fBunits\fR or \fBpages\fR then \fInumber\fR
must be an integer, otherwise number may be specified in any of the forms
acceptable to \fBTk_GetPixels\fR, such as
.QW 2.0c
or
.QW 1i
(the result is rounded to the nearest integer value. If no units are given,
pixels are assumed). If \fIwhat\fR is \fBunits\fR, the view adjusts left or


right by \fInumber\fR average-width characters on the display; if it is
\fBpages\fR then the view adjusts by \fInumber\fR screenfuls; if it is
\fBpixels\fR then the view adjusts by \fInumber\fR pixels. If \fInumber\fR is
negative then characters farther to the left become visible; if it is positive
then characters farther to the right become visible.
.RE
.TP
\fIpathName \fByview \fR?\fIargs\fR?
.
This command is used to query and change the vertical position of the text in
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the widget will never scroll beyond the last pixel, and so a value of 1 will
effectively be rounded back to whatever fraction ensures the last pixel is at
the bottom of the window, and some other pixel is at the top.
.TP
\fIpathName \fByview scroll \fInumber what\fR
.
This command adjust the view in the window up or down according to
\fInumber\fR and \fIwhat\fR. \fIWhat\fR must be \fBpages\fR,
\fBpixels\fR, or \fBunits\fR. If \fIwhat\fR is \fBunits\fR or \fBpages\fR then
\fInumber\fR must be an integer, otherwise number may be specified in any of
the forms acceptable to \fBTk_GetPixels\fR, such as
.QW 2.0c
or
.QW 1i
(the result is rounded to the nearest integer value. If no units are given,
pixels are assumed). If \fIwhat\fR is \fBunits\fR, the view adjusts up or down
by \fInumber\fR lines on the display; if it is \fBpages\fR then the view
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the widget will never scroll beyond the last pixel, and so a value of 1 will
effectively be rounded back to whatever fraction ensures the last pixel is at
the bottom of the window, and some other pixel is at the top.
.TP
\fIpathName \fByview scroll \fInumber what\fR
.
This command adjust the view in the window up or down according to
\fInumber\fR and \fIwhat\fR. \fIWhat\fR must be \fBunits\fR, \fBpages\fR or
\fBpixels\fR. If \fIwhat\fR is \fBunits\fR or \fBpages\fR then \fInumber\fR
must be an integer, otherwise number may be specified in any of the forms
acceptable to \fBTk_GetPixels\fR, such as
.QW 2.0c
or
.QW 1i
(the result is rounded to the nearest integer value. If no units are given,
pixels are assumed). If \fIwhat\fR is \fBunits\fR, the view adjusts up or down
by \fInumber\fR lines on the display; if it is \fBpages\fR then the view
adjusts by \fInumber\fR screenfuls; if it is \fBpixels\fR then the view
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Tk automatically creates class bindings for texts that give them the following
default behavior.
In the descriptions below,
.QW word
is dependent on the value of
the \fBtcl_wordchars\fR variable.  See \fBtclvars\fR(n).
.IP [1]
Clicking mouse button 1 positions the insertion cursor just before the
character underneath the mouse cursor, sets the input focus to this widget,
and clears any selection in the widget. Dragging with mouse button 1 strokes
out a selection between the insertion cursor and the character under the
mouse.
.IP [2]
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Tk automatically creates class bindings for texts that give them the following
default behavior.
In the descriptions below,
.QW word
is dependent on the value of
the \fBtcl_wordchars\fR variable.  See \fBtclvars\fR(n).
.IP [1]
Clicking mouse button 1 positions the insertion cursor at the closest edge of the
character underneath the mouse cursor, sets the input focus to this widget,
and clears any selection in the widget. Dragging with mouse button 1 strokes
out a selection between the insertion cursor and the character under the
mouse.
.IP [2]
Double-clicking with mouse button 1 selects the word under the mouse and
positions the insertion cursor at the start of the word. Dragging after a
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Control-o opens a new line by inserting a newline character in front of the
insertion cursor without moving the insertion cursor.
.IP [29]
Meta-backspace and Meta-Delete delete the word to the left of the insertion
cursor.
.IP [30]
Control-t reverses the order of the two characters to the right of the
insertion cursor.
.IP [31]
Control-x deletes whatever is selected in the text widget after copying it to
the clipboard.



.IP [32]
Control-z undoes the last edit action if the \fB\-undo\fR option is true.
Does nothing otherwise.
.IP [33]
Control-Z (or Control-y on Windows) reapplies the last undone edit action if
the \fB\-undo\fR option is true. Does nothing otherwise.
.PP






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.IP [28]
Control-o opens a new line by inserting a newline character in front of the
insertion cursor without moving the insertion cursor.
.IP [29]
Meta-backspace and Meta-Delete delete the word to the left of the insertion
cursor.
.IP [30]



Control-x deletes whatever is selected in the text widget after copying it to
the clipboard.
.IP [31]
Control-t reverses the order of the two characters to the right of the
insertion cursor.
.IP [32]
Control-z undoes the last edit action if the \fB\-undo\fR option is true.
Does nothing otherwise.
.IP [33]
Control-Z (or Control-y on Windows) reapplies the last undone edit action if
the \fB\-undo\fR option is true. Does nothing otherwise.
.PP

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.TH tk n 8.4 Tk "Tk Built-In Commands"
.so man.macros
.BS
'\" Note:  do not modify the .SH NAME line immediately below!
.SH NAME
tk \- Manipulate Tk internal state
.SH SYNOPSIS
\fBtk\fR \fIoption \fR?\fIarg ...\fR?
.BE
.SH DESCRIPTION
.PP
The \fBtk\fR command provides access to miscellaneous
elements of Tk's internal state.
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.TH tk n 8.4 Tk "Tk Built-In Commands"
.so man.macros
.BS
'\" Note:  do not modify the .SH NAME line immediately below!
.SH NAME
tk \- Manipulate Tk internal state
.SH SYNOPSIS
\fBtk\fR \fIoption \fR?\fIarg arg ...\fR?
.BE
.SH DESCRIPTION
.PP
The \fBtk\fR command provides access to miscellaneous
elements of Tk's internal state.
Most of the information manipulated by this command pertains to the
application as a whole, or to a screen or display, rather than to a

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% FrameMaker.
% NOTE
% This file fixes the problem with NeWS printers dithering color output.
% Any questions should be sent to [email protected]
%
% Known Problems:
%	Due to bugs in Transcript, the 'PS-Adobe-' is omitted from line 1
/FMversion (3.0) def
% Set up Color vs. Black-and-White

/FMPrintInColor { % once-thru loop gimmick
    % See if we're a NeWSprint printer
     /currentcanvas where {
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% FrameMaker.
% NOTE
% This file fixes the problem with NeWS printers dithering color output.
% Any questions should be sent to [email protected]
%
% Known Problems:
%	Due to bugs in Transcript, the 'PS-Adobe-' is omitted from line 1
/FMversion (3.0) def 
% Set up Color vs. Black-and-White

/FMPrintInColor { % once-thru loop gimmick
    % See if we're a NeWSprint printer
     /currentcanvas where {
        pop systemdict /separationdict known
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%    } if
    systemdict /colorimage known
    systemdict /currentcolortransfer known and
exit } loop def

% Uncomment the following line to force b&w on color printer
%   /FMPrintInColor false def
/FrameDict 195 dict def
systemdict /errordict known not {/errordict 10 dict def
		errordict /rangecheck {stop} put} if
% The readline in 23.0 doesn't recognize cr's as nl's on AppleTalk
FrameDict /tmprangecheck errordict /rangecheck get put
errordict /rangecheck {FrameDict /bug true put} put
FrameDict /bug false put
mark
% Some PS machines read past the CR, so keep the following 3 lines together!
currentfile 5 string readline
00
0000000000
cleartomark
errordict /rangecheck FrameDict /tmprangecheck get put
FrameDict /bug get {
	/readline {
		/gstring exch def
		/gfile exch def
		/gindex 0 def
		{
			gfile read pop
			dup 10 eq {exit} if
			dup 13 eq {exit} if
			gstring exch gindex exch put
			/gindex gindex 1 add def
		} loop
		pop
		gstring 0 gindex getinterval true
		} def
	} if
/FMVERSION {
	FMversion ne {
		/Times-Roman findfont 18 scalefont setfont
		100 100 moveto
		(FrameMaker version does not match postscript_prolog!)
		dup =
		show showpage
		} if
	} def
/FMLOCAL {
	FrameDict begin
	0 def
	end
	} def
	/gstring FMLOCAL
	/gfile FMLOCAL
	/gindex FMLOCAL
	/orgxfer FMLOCAL
	/orgproc FMLOCAL
	/organgle FMLOCAL
	/orgfreq FMLOCAL
	/yscale FMLOCAL
	/xscale FMLOCAL
	/manualfeed FMLOCAL
	/paperheight FMLOCAL
	/paperwidth FMLOCAL
/FMDOCUMENT {
	array /FMfonts exch def
	/#copies exch def
	FrameDict begin
	0 ne dup {setmanualfeed} if
	/manualfeed exch def
	/paperheight exch def
	/paperwidth exch def
	/yscale exch def
	/xscale exch def
	currenttransfer cvlit /orgxfer exch def
	currentscreen cvlit /orgproc exch def
	/organgle exch def /orgfreq exch def
	setpapername
	manualfeed {true} {papersize} ifelse
	{manualpapersize} {false} ifelse
	{desperatepapersize} if
	end
	} def
	/pagesave FMLOCAL
	/orgmatrix FMLOCAL
	/landscape FMLOCAL
/FMBEGINPAGE {
	FrameDict begin
	/pagesave save def
	3.86 setmiterlimit
	/landscape exch 0 ne def
	landscape {
		90 rotate 0 exch neg translate pop
		}
		{pop pop}
		ifelse
	xscale yscale scale
	/orgmatrix matrix def
	gsave
	} def
/FMENDPAGE {
	grestore
	pagesave restore
	end
	showpage
	} def
/FMFONTDEFINE {
	FrameDict begin
	findfont
	ReEncode
	1 index exch
	definefont
	FMfonts 3 1 roll
	put
	end
	} def
/FMFILLS {
	FrameDict begin
	array /fillvals exch def
	end
	} def
/FMFILL {
	FrameDict begin
	 fillvals 3 1 roll put
	end
	} def
/FMNORMALIZEGRAPHICS {
	newpath
	0.0 0.0 moveto
	1 setlinewidth
	0 setlinecap
	0 0 0 sethsbcolor
	0 setgray
	} bind def
	/fx FMLOCAL
	/fy FMLOCAL
	/fh FMLOCAL
	/fw FMLOCAL
	/llx FMLOCAL
	/lly FMLOCAL
	/urx FMLOCAL
	/ury FMLOCAL
/FMBEGINEPSF {
	end
	/FMEPSF save def
	/showpage {} def
	FMNORMALIZEGRAPHICS
	[/fy /fx /fh /fw /ury /urx /lly /llx] {exch def} forall
	fx fy translate
	rotate
	fw urx llx sub div fh ury lly sub div scale
	llx neg lly neg translate
	} bind def
/FMENDEPSF {
	FMEPSF restore
	FrameDict begin
	} bind def
FrameDict begin
/setmanualfeed {
%%BeginFeature *ManualFeed True
	 statusdict /manualfeed true put
%%EndFeature
	} def
/max {2 copy lt {exch} if pop} bind def
/min {2 copy gt {exch} if pop} bind def
/inch {72 mul} def
/pagedimen {
	paperheight sub abs 16 lt exch
	paperwidth sub abs 16 lt and
	{/papername exch def} {pop} ifelse
	} def
	/papersizedict FMLOCAL
/setpapername {
	/papersizedict 14 dict def
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		orgfreq organgle orgproc cvx setscreen
		} if
	} bind def
	/HUE FMLOCAL
	/SAT FMLOCAL
	/BRIGHT FMLOCAL
	/Colors FMLOCAL
FMPrintInColor 
	
	{
	/HUE 0 def
	/SAT 0 def
	/BRIGHT 0 def
	% array of arrays Hue and Sat values for the separations [HUE BRIGHT]
	/Colors   
	[[0    0  ]    % black
	 [0    0  ]    % white
	 [0.00 1.0]    % red
	 [0.37 1.0]    % green
	 [0.60 1.0]    % blue
	 [0.50 1.0]    % cyan
	 [0.83 1.0]    % magenta
	 [0.16 1.0]    % comment / yellow
	 ] def
      
	/BEGINBITMAPCOLOR { 
		BITMAPCOLOR} def
	/BEGINBITMAPCOLORc { 
		BITMAPCOLORc} def
	/BEGINBITMAPTRUECOLOR { 
		BITMAPTRUECOLOR } def
	/BEGINBITMAPTRUECOLORc { 
		BITMAPTRUECOLORc } def
	/K { 
		Colors exch get dup
		0 get /HUE exch store 
		1 get /BRIGHT exch store
		  HUE 0 eq BRIGHT 0 eq and
			{1.0 SAT sub setgray}
			{HUE SAT BRIGHT sethsbcolor} 
		  ifelse
		} def
	/FMsetgray { 
		/SAT exch 1.0 exch sub store 
		  HUE 0 eq BRIGHT 0 eq and
			{1.0 SAT sub setgray}
			{HUE SAT BRIGHT sethsbcolor} 
		  ifelse
		} bind def
	}
	
	{
	/BEGINBITMAPCOLOR { 
		BITMAPGRAY} def
	/BEGINBITMAPCOLORc { 
		BITMAPGRAYc} def
	/BEGINBITMAPTRUECOLOR { 
		BITMAPTRUEGRAY } def
	/BEGINBITMAPTRUECOLORc { 
		BITMAPTRUEGRAYc } def
	/FMsetgray {setgray} bind def
	/K { 
		pop
		} def
	}
ifelse
/normalize {
	transform round exch round exch itransform
	} bind def
/dnormalize {
	dtransform round exch round exch idtransform
	} bind def
/lnormalize { 
	0 dtransform exch cvi 2 idiv 2 mul 1 add exch idtransform pop
	} bind def
/H { 
	lnormalize setlinewidth
	} bind def
/Z {
	setlinecap
	} bind def
	/fillvals FMLOCAL
/X { 
	fillvals exch get
	dup type /stringtype eq
	{8 1 setpattern} 
	{grayness}
	ifelse
	} bind def
/V { 
	gsave eofill grestore
	} bind def
/N { 
	stroke
	} bind def
/M {newpath moveto} bind def
/E {lineto} bind def
/D {curveto} bind def
/O {closepath} bind def
	/n FMLOCAL
/L { 
 	/n exch def
	newpath
	normalize
	moveto 
	2 1 n {pop normalize lineto} for
	} bind def
/Y { 
	L 
	closepath
	} bind def
	/x1 FMLOCAL
	/x2 FMLOCAL
	/y1 FMLOCAL
	/y2 FMLOCAL
	/rad FMLOCAL
/R { 
	/y2 exch def
	/x2 exch def
	/y1 exch def
	/x1 exch def
	x1 y1
	x2 y1
	x2 y2
	x1 y2
	4 Y 
	} bind def
/RR { 
	/rad exch def
	normalize
	/y2 exch def
	/x2 exch def
	normalize
	/y1 exch def
	/x1 exch def
	newpath
	x1 y1 rad add moveto
	x1 y2 x2 y2 rad arcto
	x2 y2 x2 y1 rad arcto
	x2 y1 x1 y1 rad arcto
	x1 y1 x1 y2 rad arcto
	closepath
	16 {pop} repeat
	} bind def
/C { 
	grestore
	gsave
	R 
	clip
	} bind def
	/FMpointsize FMLOCAL
/F { 
	FMfonts exch get
	FMpointsize scalefont
	setfont
	} bind def
/Q { 
	/FMpointsize exch def
	F 
	} bind def
/T { 
	moveto show
	} bind def
/RF { 
	rotate
	0 ne {-1 1 scale} if
	} bind def
/TF { 
	gsave
	moveto 
	RF
	show
	grestore
	} bind def
/P { 
	moveto
	0 32 3 2 roll widthshow
	} bind def
/PF { 
	gsave
	moveto 
	RF
	0 32 3 2 roll widthshow
	grestore
	} bind def
/S { 
	moveto
	0 exch ashow
	} bind def
/SF { 
	gsave
	moveto
	RF
	0 exch ashow
	grestore
	} bind def
/B { 
	moveto
	0 32 4 2 roll 0 exch awidthshow
	} bind def
/BF { 
	gsave
	moveto
	RF
	0 32 4 2 roll 0 exch awidthshow
	grestore
	} bind def
/G { 
	gsave
	newpath
	normalize translate 0.0 0.0 moveto 
	dnormalize scale 
	0.0 0.0 1.0 5 3 roll arc 
	closepath fill
	grestore
	} bind def
/A { 
	gsave
	savematrix
	newpath
	2 index 2 div add exch 3 index 2 div sub exch 
	normalize 2 index 2 div sub exch 3 index 2 div add exch 
	translate 
	scale 
	0.0 0.0 1.0 5 3 roll arc 
	restorematrix
	stroke
	grestore
	} bind def
	/x FMLOCAL
	/y FMLOCAL
	/w FMLOCAL
	/h FMLOCAL
	/xx FMLOCAL
	/yy FMLOCAL
	/ww FMLOCAL
	/hh FMLOCAL
	/FMsaveobject FMLOCAL
	/FMoptop FMLOCAL
	/FMdicttop FMLOCAL
/BEGINPRINTCODE { 
	/FMdicttop countdictstack 1 add def 
	/FMoptop count 4 sub def 
	/FMsaveobject save def
	userdict begin 
	/showpage {} def 
	FMNORMALIZEGRAPHICS 
	3 index neg 3 index neg translate
	} bind def
/ENDPRINTCODE {
	count -1 FMoptop {pop pop} for 
	countdictstack -1 FMdicttop {pop end} for 
	FMsaveobject restore 
	} bind def
/gn { 
	0 
	{	46 mul 
		cf read pop 
		32 sub 
		dup 46 lt {exit} if 
		46 sub add 
		} loop
	add 
	} bind def
	/str FMLOCAL
/cfs { 
	/str sl string def 
	0 1 sl 1 sub {str exch val put} for 
	str def 
	} bind def
/ic [ 
	0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0223
	0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0223
	0
	{0 hx} {1 hx} {2 hx} {3 hx} {4 hx} {5 hx} {6 hx} {7 hx} {8 hx} {9 hx}
	{10 hx} {11 hx} {12 hx} {13 hx} {14 hx} {15 hx} {16 hx} {17 hx} {18 hx}
	{19 hx} {gn hx} {0} {1} {2} {3} {4} {5} {6} {7} {8} {9} {10} {11} {12}
	{13} {14} {15} {16} {17} {18} {19} {gn} {0 wh} {1 wh} {2 wh} {3 wh}
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	/val FMLOCAL
	/ws FMLOCAL
	/im FMLOCAL
	/bs FMLOCAL
	/cs FMLOCAL
	/len FMLOCAL
	/pos FMLOCAL
/ms {
	/sl exch def
	/val 255 def
	/ws cfs
	/im cfs
	/val 0 def
	/bs cfs
	/cs cfs
	} bind def
400 ms
/ip {
	is
	0
	cf cs readline pop
	{	ic exch get exec
		add
		} forall
	pop

	} bind def
/wh {
	/len exch def
	/pos exch def
	ws 0 len getinterval im pos len getinterval copy pop
	pos len
	} bind def
/bl {
	/len exch def
	/pos exch def
	bs 0 len getinterval im pos len getinterval copy pop
	pos len
	} bind def
/s1 1 string def
/fl {
	/len exch def
	/pos exch def
	/val cf s1 readhexstring pop 0 get def
	pos 1 pos len add 1 sub {im exch val put} for
	pos len
	} bind def
/hx {
	3 copy getinterval
	cf exch readhexstring pop pop
	} bind def
	/h FMLOCAL
	/w FMLOCAL
	/d FMLOCAL
	/lb FMLOCAL
	/bitmapsave FMLOCAL
	/is FMLOCAL
	/cf FMLOCAL
/wbytes {
	dup
	8 eq {pop} {1 eq {7 add 8 idiv} {3 add 4 idiv} ifelse} ifelse
	} bind def
/BEGINBITMAPBWc {
	1 {} COMMONBITMAPc
	} bind def
/BEGINBITMAPGRAYc {
	8 {} COMMONBITMAPc
	} bind def
/BEGINBITMAP2BITc {
	2 {} COMMONBITMAPc
	} bind def
/COMMONBITMAPc {
	/r exch def
	/d exch def
	gsave
	translate rotate scale /h exch def /w exch def
	/lb w d wbytes def
	sl lb lt {lb ms} if
	/bitmapsave save def
	r
	/is im 0 lb getinterval def
	ws 0 lb getinterval is copy pop
	/cf currentfile def
	w h d [w 0 0 h neg 0 h]
	{ip} image
	bitmapsave restore
	grestore
	} bind def
/BEGINBITMAPBW {
	1 {} COMMONBITMAP
	} bind def
/BEGINBITMAPGRAY {
	8 {} COMMONBITMAP
	} bind def
/BEGINBITMAP2BIT {
	2 {} COMMONBITMAP
	} bind def
/COMMONBITMAP {
	/r exch def
	/d exch def
	gsave
	translate rotate scale /h exch def /w exch def
	/bitmapsave save def
	r
	/is w d wbytes string def
	/cf currentfile def
	w h d [w 0 0 h neg 0 h]
	{cf is readhexstring pop} image
	bitmapsave restore
	grestore
	} bind def
	/proc1 FMLOCAL
	/proc2 FMLOCAL
	/newproc FMLOCAL
/Fmcc {
    /proc2 exch cvlit def






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	/val FMLOCAL
	/ws FMLOCAL
	/im FMLOCAL
	/bs FMLOCAL
	/cs FMLOCAL
	/len FMLOCAL
	/pos FMLOCAL
/ms { 
	/sl exch def 
	/val 255 def 
	/ws cfs 
	/im cfs 
	/val 0 def 
	/bs cfs 
	/cs cfs 
	} bind def
400 ms 
/ip { 
	is 
	0 
	cf cs readline pop 
	{	ic exch get exec 
		add 
		} forall 
	pop 
	
	} bind def
/wh { 
	/len exch def 
	/pos exch def 
	ws 0 len getinterval im pos len getinterval copy pop
	pos len 
	} bind def
/bl { 
	/len exch def 
	/pos exch def 
	bs 0 len getinterval im pos len getinterval copy pop
	pos len 
	} bind def
/s1 1 string def
/fl { 
	/len exch def 
	/pos exch def 
	/val cf s1 readhexstring pop 0 get def
	pos 1 pos len add 1 sub {im exch val put} for
	pos len 
	} bind def
/hx { 
	3 copy getinterval 
	cf exch readhexstring pop pop 
	} bind def
	/h FMLOCAL
	/w FMLOCAL
	/d FMLOCAL
	/lb FMLOCAL
	/bitmapsave FMLOCAL
	/is FMLOCAL
	/cf FMLOCAL
/wbytes { 
	dup 
	8 eq {pop} {1 eq {7 add 8 idiv} {3 add 4 idiv} ifelse} ifelse
	} bind def
/BEGINBITMAPBWc { 
	1 {} COMMONBITMAPc
	} bind def
/BEGINBITMAPGRAYc { 
	8 {} COMMONBITMAPc
	} bind def
/BEGINBITMAP2BITc { 
	2 {} COMMONBITMAPc
	} bind def
/COMMONBITMAPc { 
	/r exch def
	/d exch def
	gsave
	translate rotate scale /h exch def /w exch def
	/lb w d wbytes def 
	sl lb lt {lb ms} if 
	/bitmapsave save def 
	r                    
	/is im 0 lb getinterval def 
	ws 0 lb getinterval is copy pop 
	/cf currentfile def 
	w h d [w 0 0 h neg 0 h] 
	{ip} image 
	bitmapsave restore 
	grestore
	} bind def
/BEGINBITMAPBW { 
	1 {} COMMONBITMAP
	} bind def
/BEGINBITMAPGRAY { 
	8 {} COMMONBITMAP
	} bind def
/BEGINBITMAP2BIT { 
	2 {} COMMONBITMAP
	} bind def
/COMMONBITMAP { 
	/r exch def
	/d exch def
	gsave
	translate rotate scale /h exch def /w exch def
	/bitmapsave save def 
	r                    
	/is w d wbytes string def
	/cf currentfile def 
	w h d [w 0 0 h neg 0 h] 
	{cf is readhexstring pop} image
	bitmapsave restore 
	grestore
	} bind def
	/proc1 FMLOCAL
	/proc2 FMLOCAL
	/newproc FMLOCAL
/Fmcc {
    /proc2 exch cvlit def
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	setcolortransfer
	{pop 0} setundercolorremoval
	{} setblackgeneration
	} bind def
	/tran FMLOCAL
/fakecolorsetup {
	/tran 256 string def
	0 1 255 {/indx exch def
		tran indx
		red indx get 77 mul
		green indx get 151 mul
		blue indx get 28 mul
		add add 256 idiv put} for
	currenttransfer
	{255 mul cvi tran exch get 255.0 div}
	exch Fmcc settransfer
} bind def
/BITMAPCOLOR {
	/d 8 def
	gsave
	translate rotate scale /h exch def /w exch def
	/bitmapsave save def
	colorsetup
	/is w d wbytes string def
	/cf currentfile def
	w h d [w 0 0 h neg 0 h]
	{cf is readhexstring pop} {is} {is} true 3 colorimage
	bitmapsave restore
	grestore
	} bind def
/BITMAPCOLORc {
	/d 8 def
	gsave
	translate rotate scale /h exch def /w exch def
	/lb w d wbytes def
	sl lb lt {lb ms} if
	/bitmapsave save def
	colorsetup
	/is im 0 lb getinterval def
	ws 0 lb getinterval is copy pop
	/cf currentfile def
	w h d [w 0 0 h neg 0 h]
	{ip} {is} {is} true 3 colorimage
	bitmapsave restore
	grestore
	} bind def
/BITMAPTRUECOLORc {
        gsave
        translate rotate scale /h exch def /w exch def
        /bitmapsave save def

        /is w string def

        ws 0 w getinterval is copy pop
        /cf currentfile def
        w h 8 [w 0 0 h neg 0 h]
        {ip} {gip} {bip} true 3 colorimage
        bitmapsave restore
        grestore
        } bind def
/BITMAPTRUECOLOR {
        gsave
        translate rotate scale /h exch def /w exch def
        /bitmapsave save def
        /is w string def
        /gis w string def
        /bis w string def
        /cf currentfile def
        w h 8 [w 0 0 h neg 0 h]
        { cf is readhexstring pop }
        { cf gis readhexstring pop }
        { cf bis readhexstring pop }
        true 3 colorimage
        bitmapsave restore
        grestore
        } bind def
/BITMAPTRUEGRAYc {
        gsave
        translate rotate scale /h exch def /w exch def
        /bitmapsave save def

        /is w string def

        ws 0 w getinterval is copy pop
        /cf currentfile def
        w h 8 [w 0 0 h neg 0 h]
        {ip gip bip w gray} image
        bitmapsave restore
        grestore
        } bind def
/ww FMLOCAL
/r FMLOCAL
/g FMLOCAL
/b FMLOCAL
/i FMLOCAL
/gray {
        /ww exch def
        /b exch def
        /g exch def
        /r exch def
        0 1 ww 1 sub { /i exch def r i get .299 mul g i get .587 mul
			b i get .114 mul add add r i 3 -1 roll floor cvi put } for
        r
        } bind def
/BITMAPTRUEGRAY {
        gsave
        translate rotate scale /h exch def /w exch def
        /bitmapsave save def
        /is w string def
        /gis w string def
        /bis w string def
        /cf currentfile def
        w h 8 [w 0 0 h neg 0 h]
        { cf is readhexstring pop
          cf gis readhexstring pop
          cf bis readhexstring pop w gray}  image
        bitmapsave restore
        grestore
        } bind def
/BITMAPGRAY {
	8 {fakecolorsetup} COMMONBITMAP
	} bind def
/BITMAPGRAYc {
	8 {fakecolorsetup} COMMONBITMAPc
	} bind def
/ENDBITMAP {
	} bind def
end
	/ALDsave FMLOCAL
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.SH "ADDITIONAL DIALOGS"
.PP
The Aqua/Mac OS X defines additional dialogs that applications should
support.
.TP
\fB::tk::mac::standardAboutPanel\fR
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Brings the standard Cocoa about panel to the front, with all its information
filled in from your application bundle files (standard about panel with no
options specified). See Apple Technote TN2179 and the AppKit documentation for




-[NSApplication orderFrontStandardAboutPanelWithOptions:] for details on the
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.SH "SYSTEM CONFIGURATION"
.PP
There are a number of additional global configuration options that control the
details of how Tk renders by default.
.TP
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.SH "ADDITIONAL DIALOGS"
.PP
The Aqua/Mac OS X defines additional dialogs that applications should
support.
.TP
\fB::tk::mac::standardAboutPanel\fR
.
Brings the standard Cocoa about panel to the front with information filled in
from the application bundle files. The panel displays the application icon and
the values associated to the info.plist keys named CFBundleName,
CFBundleShortVersionString, NSAboutPanelOptionVersion and
NSHumanReadableCopyright.  If a file named \fICredits.html\fR or
\fICredits.rtf\fR exists in the bundle's Resources directory then its contents
will be displayed in a scrolling text box at the bottom of the dialog. See the
documentation for -[NSApplication orderFrontStandardAboutPanelWithOptions:]

for more details. A hook is also provided for a custom About dialog.  If a Tcl
proc named tkAboutDialog is defined in the main interpreter then that
procedure will be called instead of opening the standardAboutPanel.
.SH "SYSTEM CONFIGURATION"
.PP
There are a number of additional global configuration options that control the
details of how Tk renders by default.
.TP
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This variable holds the file name for a directory containing a library
of Tcl scripts related to Tk.  These scripts include an initialization
file that is normally processed whenever a Tk application starts up,
plus other files containing procedures that implement default behaviors
for widgets.
.RS
.PP
The initial value of \fBtcl_library\fR is set when Tk is added to
an interpreter;  this is done by searching several different directories
until one is found that contains an appropriate Tk startup script.
If the \fBTK_LIBRARY\fR environment variable exists, then
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file that is normally processed whenever a Tk application starts up,
plus other files containing procedures that implement default behaviors
for widgets.
.RS
.PP
The initial value of \fBtk_library\fR is set when Tk is added to
an interpreter;  this is done by searching several different directories
until one is found that contains an appropriate Tk startup script.
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.SH "WIDGET-SPECIFIC OPTIONS"
.OP \-background background Background
This option is the same as the standard \fB\-background\fR option
except that its value may also be specified as an empty string.
In this case, the widget will display no background or border, and
no colors will be consumed from its colormap for its background
and border.
.VS "8.7, TIP262"
An empty background will disable drawing the background image.
.OP \-backgroundimage backgroundImage BackgroundImage
This specifies an image to display on the toplevel's background within
the border of the toplevel (i.e., the image will be clipped by the
toplevel's highlight ring and border, if either are present) on top of
the background;
subwidgets of the toplevel will be drawn on top. The image must have
been created with the \fBimage create\fR command. If specified as the
empty string, no image will be displayed.
.VE "8.7, TIP262"
.OP \-class class Class
Specifies a class for the window.
This class will be used when querying the option database for
the window's other options, and it will also be used later for
other purposes such as bindings.


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widget command.
.OP \-colormap colormap Colormap
Specifies a colormap to use for the window.
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.SH "WIDGET-SPECIFIC OPTIONS"
.OP \-background background Background
This option is the same as the standard \fB\-background\fR option
except that its value may also be specified as an empty string.
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.OP \-class class Class
Specifies a class for the window.
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the window's other options, and it will also be used later for
other purposes such as bindings. Some window managers display the
class name for windows in their dock while some others display the
window title.
The \fB\-class\fR option may not be changed with the \fBconfigure\fR
widget command.
.OP \-colormap colormap Colormap
Specifies a colormap to use for the window.
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database, and it may not be modified with the \fBconfigure\fR
widget command.
.OP \-tile tile Tile
.VS "8.7, TIP262"
This specifies how to draw the background image (see
\fB\-backgroundimage\fR) on the toplevel.
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to fill the whole toplevel, with the origin of the first copy of the
image being the top left of the interior of the toplevel.
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.VE "8.7, TIP262"
.OP \-use use Use
This option is used for embedding. If the value is not an empty string,
it must be the window identifier of a container window, specified as
a hexadecimal string like the ones returned by the \fBwinfo id\fR
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.OP \-use use Use
This option is used for embedding. If the value is not an empty string,
it must be the window identifier of a container window, specified as
a hexadecimal string like the ones returned by the \fBwinfo id\fR
command. The toplevel widget will be created as a child of the given
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path name of the new window.
.PP
A toplevel is similar to a \fBframe\fR except that it is created as a
top-level window:  its X parent is the root window of a screen
rather than the logical parent from its Tk path name.  The primary
purpose of a toplevel is to serve as a container for dialog boxes
and other collections of widgets.  The only visible features
of a toplevel are its background and an optional 3-D border
to make the toplevel appear raised or sunken.
.SH "WIDGET COMMAND"
.PP
The \fBtoplevel\fR command creates a new Tcl command whose
name is the same as the path name of the toplevel's window.  This
command may be used to invoke various
operations on the widget.  It has the following general form:
.PP
.CS
\fIpathName option \fR?\fIarg ...\fR?
.CE
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the toplevel widget's path name.  \fIOption\fR and the \fIarg\fRs
determine the exact behavior of the command.  The following
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.PP
A toplevel is similar to a \fBframe\fR except that it is created as a
top-level window:  its X parent is the root window of a screen
rather than the logical parent from its Tk path name.  The primary
purpose of a toplevel is to serve as a container for dialog boxes
and other collections of widgets.  The only visible features
of a toplevel are its background color and an optional 3-D border
to make the toplevel appear raised or sunken.
.SH "WIDGET COMMAND"
.PP
The \fBtoplevel\fR command creates a new Tcl command whose
name is the same as the path name of the toplevel's window.  This
command may be used to invoke various
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the toplevel widget's path name.  \fIOption\fR and the \fIarg\fRs
determine the exact behavior of the command.  The following
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.SH DESCRIPTION
A \fBttk::button\fR widget displays a textual label and/or image,
and evaluates a command when pressed.
.SO ttk_widget
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.SH "WIDGET-SPECIFIC OPTIONS"
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A \fBttk::button\fR widget displays a textual label and/or image,
and evaluates a command when pressed.
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.SH "WIDGET-SPECIFIC OPTIONS"
.OP \-command command Command
A script to evaluate when the widget is invoked.
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A \fBttk::combobox\fR combines a text field with a pop-down list of values;
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.SO ttk_widget
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.SH "WIDGET-SPECIFIC OPTIONS"
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Boolean value.
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.SH "WIDGET-SPECIFIC OPTIONS"
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.SH "WIDGET-SPECIFIC OPTIONS"
.OP \-exportselection exportSelection ExportSelection
A boolean value specifying whether or not
a selection in the widget should be linked to the X selection.
If the selection is exported, then selecting in the widget deselects
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.PP
For example, the class bindings for the \fBttk::button\fR
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.PP
.CS
bind TButton <Enter>		{ %W state active }
bind TButton <Leave>		{ %W state !active }
bind TButton <Button-1>		{ %W state pressed }
bind TButton <Button1-Leave>	{ %W state !pressed }
bind TButton <Button1-Enter>	{ %W state pressed }
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bind TButton <ButtonPress-1>	{ %W state pressed }
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bind TButton <Button1-Enter>	{ %W state pressed }
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.SH DESCRIPTION
.PP
A \fBttk::label\fR widget displays a textual label and/or image.
The label may be linked to a Tcl variable
to automatically change the displayed text.
.SO ttk_widget
\-anchor	\-class	\-compound	\-cursor
\-font	\-foreground
\-image	\-justify	\-padding	\-state	\-style	\-takefocus
\-text	\-textvariable	\-underline
\-width	\-wraplength
.SE
.SH "WIDGET-SPECIFIC OPTIONS"






.OP \-background frameColor FrameColor
The widget's background color.
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.OP \-relief relief Relief
.\" Rewrite this:
Specifies the 3-D effect desired for the widget border.
Valid values are
\fBflat\fR, \fBgroove\fR, \fBraised\fR, \fBridge\fR, \fBsolid\fR,
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.SH DESCRIPTION
.PP
A \fBttk::label\fR widget displays a textual label and/or image.
The label may be linked to a Tcl variable
to automatically change the displayed text.
.SO ttk_widget
\-class	\-compound	\-cursor

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.SE
.SH "WIDGET-SPECIFIC OPTIONS"
.OP \-anchor anchor Anchor
Specifies how the information in the widget is positioned
relative to the inner margins.  Legal values are
\fBn\fR, \fBne\fR, \fBe\fR, \fBse\fR,
\fBs\fR, \fBsw\fR, \fBw\fR, \fBnw\fR, and \fBcenter\fR.
See also \fB\-justify\fR.
.OP \-background frameColor FrameColor
The widget's background color.
If unspecified, the theme default is used.
.OP \-font font Font
Font to use for label text.
.OP \-foreground textColor TextColor
The widget's foreground color.
If unspecified, the theme default is used.
.OP \-justify justify Justify
If there are multiple lines of text, specifies how
the lines are laid out relative to one another.
One of \fBleft\fR, \fBcenter\fR, or \fBright\fR.
See also \fB\-anchor\fR.
.OP \-relief relief Relief
.\" Rewrite this:
Specifies the 3-D effect desired for the widget border.
Valid values are
\fBflat\fR, \fBgroove\fR, \fBraised\fR, \fBridge\fR, \fBsolid\fR,
and \fBsunken\fR.
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.SH DESCRIPTION
.PP
A \fBttk::progressbar\fR widget shows the status of a long-running
operation.  They can operate in two modes: \fIdeterminate\fR mode shows the
amount completed relative to the total amount of work to be done, and
\fIindeterminate\fR mode provides an animated display to let the user know
that something is happening.
.PP
If the value of \fB-orient\fR is \fBhorizontal\fR a text string can be
displayed inside the progressbar. This string can be configured using
the \fB-anchor\fR, \fB-font\fR, \fB-foreground\fR, \fB-justify\fR,
\fB-text\fR and \fB-wraplength\fR options. If the value of \fB-orient\fR
is \fBvertical\fR then these options are ignored.
.SO ttk_widget
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.SE
.SH "WIDGET-SPECIFIC OPTIONS"
.OP \-length length Length
Specifies the length of the long axis of the progress bar
(width if horizontal, height if vertical). The value may have any of the forms
acceptable to \fBTk_GetPixels\fR.
.OP \-maximum maximum Maximum
A floating point number specifying the maximum \fB\-value\fR.
Defaults to 100.
.OP \-mode mode Mode
One of \fBdeterminate\fR or \fBindeterminate\fR.
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.SH DESCRIPTION
.PP
A \fBttk::progressbar\fR widget shows the status of a long-running
operation.  They can operate in two modes: \fIdeterminate\fR mode shows the
amount completed relative to the total amount of work to be done, and
\fIindeterminate\fR mode provides an animated display to let the user know
that something is happening.






.SO ttk_widget
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.SE
.SH "WIDGET-SPECIFIC OPTIONS"
.OP \-length length Length
Specifies the length of the long axis of the progress bar
(width if horizontal, height if vertical).

.OP \-maximum maximum Maximum
A floating point number specifying the maximum \fB\-value\fR.
Defaults to 100.
.OP \-mode mode Mode
One of \fBdeterminate\fR or \fBindeterminate\fR.
.OP \-orient orient Orient
One of \fBhorizontal\fR or \fBvertical\fR.

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.SH "STYLING OPTIONS"
.PP
The class name for a \fBttk::scale\fP is \fBTScale\fP.
.PP
Dynamic states: \fBactive\fP.
.PP
\fBTProgressbar\fP styling options configurable with \fBttk::style\fP
are:
.PP
\fB\-background\fP \fIcolor\fP
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.PP
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.PP
Dynamic states: \fBactive\fP.
.PP
\fBTScale\fP styling options configurable with \fBttk::style\fP
are:
.PP
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The widget should adjust its view so that the point given
by \fIfraction\fR appears at the beginning of the widget.
If \fIfraction\fR is 0 it refers to the beginning of the
document.  1.0 refers to the end of the document, 0.333
refers to a point one-third of the way through the document,
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.TP








\fIprefix \fBscroll \fInumber \fBpages\fR
The widget should adjust its view by \fInumber\fR pages.
It is up to the widget to define the meaning of a page;  typically
it is slightly less than what fits in the window, so that there
is a slight overlap between the old and new views.
\fINumber\fR is either 1, which means the next page should
become visible, or \-1, which means that the previous page should
become visible.
.TP
\fIprefix \fBscroll \fInumber \fBunits\fR
The widget should adjust its view by \fInumber\fR units.
The units are defined in whatever way makes sense for the widget,
such as characters or lines in a text widget.
\fINumber\fR is either 1, which means one unit should scroll off
the top or left of the window, or \-1, which means that one unit
should scroll off the bottom or right of the window.
.SH "WIDGET STATES"
.PP
The scrollbar automatically sets the \fBdisabled\fR state bit.
when the entire range is visible (range is 0.0 to 1.0),
and clears it otherwise.
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The widget should adjust its view so that the point given
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refers to a point one-third of the way through the document,
and so on.
.TP
\fIprefix \fBscroll \fInumber \fBunits\fR
The widget should adjust its view by \fInumber\fR units.
The units are defined in whatever way makes sense for the widget,
such as characters or lines in a text widget.
\fINumber\fR is either 1, which means one unit should scroll off
the top or left of the window, or \-1, which means that one unit
should scroll off the bottom or right of the window.
.TP
\fIprefix \fBscroll \fInumber \fBpages\fR
The widget should adjust its view by \fInumber\fR pages.
It is up to the widget to define the meaning of a page;  typically
it is slightly less than what fits in the window, so that there
is a slight overlap between the old and new views.
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.SH "WIDGET STATES"
.PP
The scrollbar automatically sets the \fBdisabled\fR state bit.
when the entire range is visible (range is 0.0 to 1.0),
and clears it otherwise.
It also sets the \fBactive\fR and \fBpressed\fR state flags
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to select among a set of values. The widget implements all the features
of the \fBttk::entry\fR widget including support of the
\fB\-textvariable\fR option to link the value displayed by the widget
to a Tcl variable.
.SO ttk_widget
\-class	\-cursor	\-state	\-style
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.SE
.SO ttk_entry
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.SE
.SH "WIDGET-SPECIFIC OPTIONS"
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of the \fBttk::entry\fR widget including support of the
\fB\-textvariable\fR option to link the value displayed by the widget
to a Tcl variable.
.SO ttk_widget
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\-takefocus	\-xscrollcommand
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.SO ttk_entry
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.SH "WIDGET-SPECIFIC OPTIONS"
.OP \-command command Command
Specifies a Tcl command to be invoked whenever a spinbutton is invoked.
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\fIpathname \fBstate\fR ?\fIstateSpec\fR?
Modify or query the widget state; see \fIttk::widget(n)\fR.
.TP
\fIpathName \fBtag \fIargs...\fR
.RS
.TP
\fIpathName \fBtag add \fItag items\fR
Adds the specified \fItag\fR to each of the listed \fIitems\fR.
If \fItag\fR is already present for a particular item,
then the \fB\-tags\fR for that item are unchanged.
.TP
\fIpathName \fBtag bind \fItagName \fR?\fIsequence\fR? ?\fIscript\fR?
Add a Tk binding script for the event sequence \fIsequence\fR
to the tag \fItagName\fR.  When an X event is delivered to an item,
binding scripts for each of the item's \fB\-tags\fR are evaluated
in order as per \fIbindtags(n)\fR.
.RS
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\fB<Key>\fR, \fB<KeyRelease>\fR, and virtual events
are sent to the focus item.
\fB<Button>\fR, \fB<ButtonRelease>\fR, and \fB<Motion>\fR events
are sent to the item under the mouse pointer.
No other event types are supported.
.PP
The binding \fIscript\fR undergoes \fB%\fR-substitutions before
evaluation; see \fBbind(n)\fR for details.
.RE
.TP
\fIpathName \fBtag configure \fItagName\fR ?\fIoption\fR? ?\fIvalue option value...\fR?
Query or modify the options for the specified \fItagName\fR.
If one or more \fIoption/value\fR pairs are specified,
sets the value of those options for the specified tag.
If a single \fIoption\fR is specified,
returns the value of that option
(or the empty string if the option has not been specified for \fItagName\fR).
With no additional arguments,
returns a dictionary of the option settings for \fItagName\fR.
See \fBTAG OPTIONS\fR for the list of available options.
.TP
\fIpathName \fBtag delete \fItagName\fR
Deletes all tag information for the \fItagName\fR argument. The
command removes the tag from all items in the widget and also deletes any
other information associated with the tag, such as bindings and display
information. The command returns an empty string.
.TP
\fIpathName \fBtag has \fItagName\fR ?\fIitem\fR?
If \fIitem\fR is specified, returns 1 or 0
depending on whether the specified item has the named tag.
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the specified tag.
.TP
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Removes the specified \fItag\fR from each of the listed \fIitems\fR.
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Modify or query the widget state; see \fIttk::widget(n)\fR.
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Add a Tk binding script for the event sequence \fIsequence\fR
to the tag \fItagName\fR.  When an X event is delivered to an item,
binding scripts for each of the item's \fB\-tags\fR are evaluated
in order as per \fIbindtags(n)\fR.
.RS
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are sent to the focus item.
\fB<ButtonPress>\fR, \fB<ButtonRelease>\fR, and \fB<Motion>\fR events
are sent to the item under the mouse pointer.
No other event types are supported.
.PP
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evaluation; see \fBbind(n)\fR for details.
.RE
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\fIpathName \fBtag configure \fItagName\fR ?\fIoption\fR? ?\fIvalue option value...\fR?
Query or modify the options for the specified \fItagName\fR.
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sets the value of those options for the specified tag.
If a single \fIoption\fR is specified,
returns the value of that option
(or the empty string if the option has not been specified for \fItagName\fR).
With no additional arguments,
returns a dictionary of the option settings for \fItagName\fR.
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\fIpathName \fBtag has \fItagName\fR ?\fIitem\fR?
If \fIitem\fR is specified, returns 1 or 0
depending on whether the specified item has the named tag.
Otherwise, returns a list of all items which have
the specified tag.
.TP
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Returns a list of all tags used by the widget.
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Adds the specified \fItag\fR to each of the listed \fIitems\fR.
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then the \fB\-tags\fR for that item are unchanged.
.TP
\fIpathName \fBtag remove \fItag\fR ?\fIitems\fR?
Removes the specified \fItag\fR from each of the listed \fIitems\fR.
If \fIitems\fR is omitted, removes \fItag\fR from each item in the tree.
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.OP \-yscrollcommand yScrollCommand ScrollCommand
A command prefix, used to communicate with vertical scrollbars.
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.SH "LABEL OPTIONS"
The following options are supported by labels, buttons,
and other button-like widgets:
.OP \-anchor anchor Anchor
Specifies how the information in the widget is positioned
relative to the inner margins.  Legal values are
\fBn\fR, \fBne\fR, \fBe\fR, \fBse\fR,
\fBs\fR, \fBsw\fR, \fBw\fR, \fBnw\fR, and \fBcenter\fR.
See also \fB\-justify\fR (for widgets supporting this option).
.OP \-compound compound Compound
Specifies how to display the image relative to the text,
in the case both \fB\-text\fR and \fB\-image\fR are present.
If set to the empty string (the default), the rules described in the
"Elements" section of \fIttk::intro(n)\fR explain which value is actually
used.
Valid values are:
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.IP text
Display text only.
.IP image
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A command prefix, used to communicate with vertical scrollbars.
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.SH "LABEL OPTIONS"
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.OP \-compound compound Compound
Specifies how to display the image relative to the text,
in the case both \fB\-text\fR and \fB\-image\fR are present.
If set to the empty string (the default), the rules described in the
"Elements" section of \fIttk::intro(n)\fR explain which value is actually
used.
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.RS
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Specifies an image to display.
This is a list of 1 or more elements.
The first element is the default image name.
The rest of the list is a sequence of \fIstatespec / value\fR pairs
as per \fBstyle map\fR, specifying different images to use when
the widget is in a particular state or combination of states.
All images in the list should have the same size.
.OP \-justify justify Justify
If there are multiple lines of text, specifies how
the lines are laid out relative to one another.
One of \fBleft\fR, \fBcenter\fR, or \fBright\fR.
See also \fB\-anchor\fR (for widgets supporting this option).
.OP \-padding padding Padding
Specifies the internal padding for the widget.
The padding is a list of up to four length specifications
\fIleft top right bottom\fR.
If fewer than four elements are specified,
\fIbottom\fR defaults to \fItop\fR,
\fIright\fR defaults to \fIleft\fR, and
\fItop\fR defaults to \fIleft\fR.
In other words, a list of three numbers specify the left, vertical, and right padding;
a list of two numbers specify the horizontal and the vertical padding;
a single number specifies the same padding all the way around the widget.
.OP \-text text Text
Specifies a text string to be displayed inside the widget
(unless overridden by \fB\-textvariable\fR for the widgets supporting this option).
.OP \-textvariable textVariable Variable
Specifies the name of a global variable whose value will be used
in place of the \fB\-text\fR resource.
.OP \-underline underline Underline
If set, specifies the integer index (0-based) of a character to underline
in the text string.
The underlined character is used for mnemonic activation.
.OP \-width width Width
If greater than zero, specifies how much space, in character widths,
to allocate for the text label.
If less than zero, specifies a minimum width.
If zero or unspecified, the natural width of the text label is used.
Note that some themes may specify a non-zero \fB\-width\fR
in the style.
.OP \-wraplength wrapLength WrapLength
Specifies the maximum line length. The value may have any of the forms
acceptable to \fBTk_GetPixels\fR. If this option is less than or equal
to zero, then automatic wrapping is not performed; otherwise
the text is split into lines such that no line is longer
than the specified value.
.SH "ENTRY OPTIONS"
The following options are supported by entry, spinbox and combobox:
.OP \-placeholder placeHolder PlaceHolder
Specifies a help text string to display if no text is otherwise displayed,
that is when the widget is empty. The placeholder text is displayed using
the values of the \fB\-font\fR, \fB\-justify\fR and
\fB\-placeholderforeground\fR options.
.OP \-placeholderforeground placeHolderForeground PlaceHolderForeground
Specifies the foreground color of the placeholder text.
.SH "COMPATIBILITY OPTIONS"
This option is only available for themed widgets that have
.QW corresponding
traditional Tk widgets.
.OP \-state state State
May be set to \fBnormal\fR or \fBdisabled\fR
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Specifies an image to display.
This is a list of 1 or more elements.
The first element is the default image name.
The rest of the list is a sequence of \fIstatespec / value\fR pairs
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.OP \-padding padding Padding
Specifies the internal padding for the widget.
The padding is a list of up to four length specifications
\fIleft top right bottom\fR.
If fewer than four elements are specified,
\fIbottom\fR defaults to \fItop\fR,
\fIright\fR defaults to \fIleft\fR, and
\fItop\fR defaults to \fIleft\fR.
In other words, a list of three numbers specify the left, vertical, and right padding;
a list of two numbers specify the horizontal and the vertical padding;
a single number specifies the same padding all the way around the widget.
.OP \-text text Text
Specifies a text string to be displayed inside the widget
(unless overridden by \fB\-textvariable\fR).
.OP \-textvariable textVariable Variable
Specifies the name of a global variable whose value will be used
in place of the \fB\-text\fR resource.
.OP \-underline underline Underline
If set, specifies the integer index (0-based) of a character to underline
in the text string.
The underlined character is used for mnemonic activation.
.OP \-width width Width
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.SH "COMPATIBILITY OPTIONS"
This option is only available for themed widgets that have
.QW corresponding
traditional Tk widgets.
.OP \-state state State
May be set to \fBnormal\fR or \fBdisabled\fR
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\fIFraction\fR must be a fraction between 0 and 1.
.TP
\fIpathName \fBxview scroll \fInumber what\fR
This command shifts the view in the window left or right according to
\fInumber\fR and \fIwhat\fR.
\fINumber\fR must be an integer or a float, but if it is a float then
it is converted to an integer, rounded away from 0.
\fIWhat\fR must be either \fBpages\fR or \fBunits\fR.
'\" or an abbreviation of one of these, but we don't document that.
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If \fInumber\fR is negative then characters farther to the left
become visible;  if it is positive then characters farther to the right
become visible.
If \fIwhat\fR is \fBunits\fR, the view adjusts left or right by
\fInumber\fR average-width characters on the display.
.RE
.TP
\fIpathName \fByview \fIargs\fR
This command is used to query and change the vertical position of the
content in the widget's window.  It can take any of the following
forms:
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\fIFraction\fR must be a fraction between 0 and 1.
.TP
\fIpathName \fBxview scroll \fInumber what\fR
This command shifts the view in the window left or right according to
\fInumber\fR and \fIwhat\fR.
\fINumber\fR must be an integer.

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'\" or an abbreviation of one of these, but we don't document that.
If \fIwhat\fR is \fBunits\fR, the view adjusts left or right by
\fInumber\fR average-width characters on the display;  if it is
\fBpages\fR then the view adjusts by \fInumber\fR screenfuls.
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become visible;  if it is positive then characters farther to the right
become visible.


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\fIpathName \fByview \fIargs\fR
This command is used to query and change the vertical position of the
content in the widget's window.  It can take any of the following
forms:
.RS
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\fIFraction\fR must be a fraction between 0 and 1.
.TP
\fIpathName \fByview scroll \fInumber what\fR
This command shifts the view in the window up or down according to
\fInumber\fR and \fIwhat\fR.
\fINumber\fR must be an integer.
\fIWhat\fR must be either \fBpages\fR or \fBunits\fR.
'\" or an abbreviation of one of these, but we don't document that.
If \fIwhat\fR is

\fBpages\fR then the view adjusts by \fInumber\fR screenfuls.
If \fInumber\fR is negative then items farther to the top
become visible;  if it is positive then items farther to the bottom
become visible.
If \fIwhat\fR is \fBunits\fR, the view adjusts up or down by
\fInumber\fR average-width characters on the display.
.RE
.SH "WIDGET STATES"
The widget state is a bitmap of independent state flags.
Widget state flags include:
.TP
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way through the content appears at the top edge of the window.
\fIFraction\fR must be a fraction between 0 and 1.
.TP
\fIpathName \fByview scroll \fInumber what\fR
This command shifts the view in the window up or down according to
\fInumber\fR and \fIwhat\fR.
\fINumber\fR must be an integer.
\fIWhat\fR must be either \fBunits\fR or \fBpages\fR.
'\" or an abbreviation of one of these, but we don't document that.
If \fIwhat\fR is \fBunits\fR, the view adjusts up or down by
\fInumber\fR average-width characters on the display;  if it is
\fBpages\fR then the view adjusts by \fInumber\fR screenfuls.
If \fInumber\fR is negative then items farther to the top
become visible;  if it is positive then items farther to the bottom
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.RE
.SH "WIDGET STATES"
The widget state is a bitmap of independent state flags.
Widget state flags include:
.TP
\fBactive\fR
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.so man.macros
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'\" Note:  do not modify the .SH NAME line immediately below!
.SH NAME
winfo \- Return window-related information
.SH SYNOPSIS
\fBwinfo\fR \fIoption \fR?\fIarg ...\fR?
.BE
.SH DESCRIPTION
.PP
The \fBwinfo\fR command is used to retrieve information about windows
managed by Tk.  It can take any of a number of different forms,
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.so man.macros
.BS
'\" Note:  do not modify the .SH NAME line immediately below!
.SH NAME
winfo \- Return window-related information
.SH SYNOPSIS
\fBwinfo\fR \fIoption \fR?\fIarg arg ...\fR?
.BE
.SH DESCRIPTION
.PP
The \fBwinfo\fR command is used to retrieve information about windows
managed by Tk.  It can take any of a number of different forms,
depending on the \fIoption\fR argument.  The legal forms are:
.TP

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.so man.macros
.BS
'\" Note:  do not modify the .SH NAME line immediately below!
.SH NAME
wish \- Simple windowing shell
.SH SYNOPSIS
\fBwish\fR ?\fB\-encoding \fIname\fR? ?\fIfileName arg ...\fR?
.SH OPTIONS
.IP "\fB\-encoding \fIname\fR" 20
Specifies the encoding of the text stored in \fIfileName\fR.
This option is only recognized prior to the \fIfileName\fR argument.
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.so man.macros
.BS
'\" Note:  do not modify the .SH NAME line immediately below!
.SH NAME
wish \- Simple windowing shell
.SH SYNOPSIS
\fBwish\fR ?\fB\-encoding \fIname\fR? ?\fIfileName arg arg ...\fR?
.SH OPTIONS
.IP "\fB\-encoding \fIname\fR" 20
Specifies the encoding of the text stored in \fIfileName\fR.
This option is only recognized prior to the \fIfileName\fR argument.
.IP "\fB\-colormap \fInew\fR" 20
Specifies that the window should have a new private colormap instead of
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Makes the window content area transparent and turns off the window shadow. For
the transparency to be effective, the toplevel background needs to be set to a
color with some alpha, e.g.
.QW systemTransparent .
.PP
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window managers, and will have no effect under older WMs.
.\" See http://www.freedesktop.org/Standards/wm-spec
.TP
\fB\-type\fR
.VS 8.6
Requests that the window should be interpreted by the window manager as being
of the specified type(s). This may cause the window to be decorated in a
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Makes the window content area transparent and turns off the window shadow. For
the transparency to be effective, the toplevel background needs to be set to a
color with some alpha, e.g.
.QW systemTransparent .
.PP
On X11, the following attributes may be set. These are not supported by all
window managers, and will have no effect under older WMs.
.\" See https://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Specifications/wm-spec/
.TP
\fB\-type\fR
.VS 8.6
Requests that the window should be interpreted by the window manager as being
of the specified type(s). This may cause the window to be decorated in a
different way or otherwise managed differently, though exactly what happens is
entirely up to the window manager. A list of types may be used, in order of
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.PP
Tk always defines a protocol handler for \fBWM_DELETE_WINDOW\fR, even if
you have not asked for one with \fBwm protocol\fR.
If a \fBWM_DELETE_WINDOW\fR message arrives when you have not defined
a handler, then Tk handles the message by destroying the window for
which it was received.
.RE




.TP
\fBwm resizable \fIwindow\fR ?\fIwidth height\fR?
.
This command controls whether or not the user may interactively
resize a top-level window.  If \fIwidth\fR and \fIheight\fR are
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you have not asked for one with \fBwm protocol\fR.
If a \fBWM_DELETE_WINDOW\fR message arrives when you have not defined
a handler, then Tk handles the message by destroying the window for
which it was received.
.RE
.RS
.PP
On the Windows platform, the protocol handler \fBWM_SAVE_YOURSELF\fR is called on user logout or system restart.
.RE
.TP
\fBwm resizable \fIwindow\fR ?\fIwidth height\fR?
.
This command controls whether or not the user may interactively
resize a top-level window.  If \fIwidth\fR and \fIheight\fR are
specified, they are boolean values that determine whether the
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{ "Codeinput", 0xFF37 },
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{ "MultipleCandidate", 0xFF3D },
{ "PreviousCandidate", 0xFF3E },
{ "Kanji", 0xFF21 },
{ "Muhenkan", 0xFF22 },
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{ "Henkan", 0xFF23 },
{ "Romaji", 0xFF24 },
{ "Hiragana", 0xFF25 },
{ "Katakana", 0xFF26 },
{ "Hiragana_Katakana", 0xFF27 },
{ "Zenkaku", 0xFF28 },
{ "Hankaku", 0xFF29 },
{ "Zenkaku_Hankaku", 0xFF2A },
{ "Touroku", 0xFF2B },
{ "Massyo", 0xFF2C },
{ "Kana_Lock", 0xFF2D },
{ "Kana_Shift", 0xFF2E },
{ "Eisu_Shift", 0xFF2F },
{ "Eisu_toggle", 0xFF30 },
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{ "Mae_Koho", 0xFF3E },
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{ "Clear", 0xFF0B },
{ "Return", 0xFF0D },
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{ "Henkan_Mode", 0xFF23 },
{ "Henkan", 0xFF23 },
{ "Romaji", 0xFF24 },
{ "Hiragana", 0xFF25 },
{ "Katakana", 0xFF26 },
{ "Hiragana_Katakana", 0xFF27 },
{ "Zenkaku", 0xFF28 },
{ "Hankaku", 0xFF29 },
{ "Zenkaku_Hankaku", 0xFF2A },
{ "Touroku", 0xFF2B },
{ "Massyo", 0xFF2C },
{ "Kana_Lock", 0xFF2D },
{ "Kana_Shift", 0xFF2E },
{ "Eisu_Shift", 0xFF2F },
{ "Eisu_toggle", 0xFF30 },
{ "Codeinput", 0xFF37 },
{ "SingleCandidate", 0xFF3C },
{ "MultipleCandidate", 0xFF3D },
{ "PreviousCandidate", 0xFF3E },
{ "Home", 0xFF50 },
{ "Left", 0xFF51 },
{ "Up", 0xFF52 },
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{ "script_switch", 0xFF7E },
{ "kana_switch", 0xFF7E },
{ "Arabic_switch", 0xFF7E },
{ "Greek_switch", 0xFF7E },
{ "Hebrew_switch", 0xFF7E },
{ "Num_Lock", 0xFF7F },
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{ "KP_Equal", 0xFFBD },
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{ "KP_Add", 0xFFAB },
{ "KP_Separator", 0xFFAC },
{ "KP_Subtract", 0xFFAD },
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{ "KP_0", 0xFFB0 },
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{ "KP_Add", 0xFFAB },
{ "KP_Separator", 0xFFAC },
{ "KP_Subtract", 0xFFAD },
{ "KP_Decimal", 0xFFAE },
{ "KP_Divide", 0xFFAF },
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{ "KP_2", 0xFFB2 },
{ "KP_3", 0xFFB3 },
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{ "KP_5", 0xFFB5 },
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{ "Meta_R", 0xFFE8 },
{ "Alt_L", 0xFFE9 },
{ "Alt_R", 0xFFEA },
{ "Super_L", 0xFFEB },
{ "Super_R", 0xFFEC },
{ "Hyper_L", 0xFFED },
{ "Hyper_R", 0xFFEE },
{ "ISO_Lock", 0xFE01 },
{ "ISO_Level2_Latch", 0xFE02 },
{ "ISO_Level3_Shift", 0xFE03 },
{ "ISO_Level3_Latch", 0xFE04 },
{ "ISO_Level3_Lock", 0xFE05 },
{ "ISO_Level5_Shift", 0xFE11 },
{ "ISO_Level5_Latch", 0xFE12 },
{ "ISO_Level5_Lock", 0xFE13 },
{ "ISO_Group_Shift", 0xFF7E },
{ "ISO_Group_Latch", 0xFE06 },
{ "ISO_Group_Lock", 0xFE07 },
{ "ISO_Next_Group", 0xFE08 },
{ "ISO_Next_Group_Lock", 0xFE09 },
{ "ISO_Prev_Group", 0xFE0A },
{ "ISO_Prev_Group_Lock", 0xFE0B },
{ "ISO_First_Group", 0xFE0C },
{ "ISO_First_Group_Lock", 0xFE0D },
{ "ISO_Last_Group", 0xFE0E },
{ "ISO_Last_Group_Lock", 0xFE0F },
{ "ISO_Left_Tab", 0xFE20 },
{ "ISO_Move_Line_Up", 0xFE21 },
{ "ISO_Move_Line_Down", 0xFE22 },
{ "ISO_Partial_Line_Up", 0xFE23 },
{ "ISO_Partial_Line_Down", 0xFE24 },
{ "ISO_Partial_Space_Left", 0xFE25 },
{ "ISO_Partial_Space_Right", 0xFE26 },
{ "ISO_Set_Margin_Left", 0xFE27 },
{ "ISO_Set_Margin_Right", 0xFE28 },
{ "ISO_Release_Margin_Left", 0xFE29 },
{ "ISO_Release_Margin_Right", 0xFE2A },
{ "ISO_Release_Both_Margins", 0xFE2B },
{ "ISO_Fast_Cursor_Left", 0xFE2C },
{ "ISO_Fast_Cursor_Right", 0xFE2D },
{ "ISO_Fast_Cursor_Up", 0xFE2E },
{ "ISO_Fast_Cursor_Down", 0xFE2F },
{ "ISO_Continuous_Underline", 0xFE30 },
{ "ISO_Discontinuous_Underline", 0xFE31 },
{ "ISO_Emphasize", 0xFE32 },
{ "ISO_Center_Object", 0xFE33 },
{ "ISO_Enter", 0xFE34 },
{ "dead_grave", 0xFE50 },
{ "dead_acute", 0xFE51 },
{ "dead_circumflex", 0xFE52 },
{ "dead_tilde", 0xFE53 },
{ "dead_perispomeni", 0xFE53 },
{ "dead_macron", 0xFE54 },
{ "dead_breve", 0xFE55 },
{ "dead_abovedot", 0xFE56 },
{ "dead_diaeresis", 0xFE57 },
{ "dead_abovering", 0xFE58 },
{ "dead_doubleacute", 0xFE59 },
{ "dead_caron", 0xFE5A },
{ "dead_cedilla", 0xFE5B },
{ "dead_ogonek", 0xFE5C },
{ "dead_iota", 0xFE5D },
{ "dead_voiced_sound", 0xFE5E },
{ "dead_semivoiced_sound", 0xFE5F },
{ "dead_belowdot", 0xFE60 },
{ "dead_hook", 0xFE61 },
{ "dead_horn", 0xFE62 },
{ "dead_stroke", 0xFE63 },
{ "dead_abovecomma", 0xFE64 },
{ "dead_psili", 0xFE64 },
{ "dead_abovereversedcomma", 0xFE65 },
{ "dead_dasia", 0xFE65 },
{ "dead_doublegrave", 0xFE66 },
{ "dead_belowring", 0xFE67 },
{ "dead_belowmacron", 0xFE68 },
{ "dead_belowcircumflex", 0xFE69 },
{ "dead_belowtilde", 0xFE6A },
{ "dead_belowbreve", 0xFE6B },
{ "dead_belowdiaeresis", 0xFE6C },
{ "dead_invertedbreve", 0xFE6D },
{ "dead_belowcomma", 0xFE6E },
{ "dead_currency", 0xFE6F },
{ "dead_lowline", 0xFE90 },
{ "dead_aboveverticalline", 0xFE91 },
{ "dead_belowverticalline", 0xFE92 },
{ "dead_longsolidusoverlay", 0xFE93 },
{ "dead_a", 0xFE80 },
{ "dead_A", 0xFE81 },
{ "dead_e", 0xFE82 },
{ "dead_E", 0xFE83 },
{ "dead_i", 0xFE84 },
{ "dead_I", 0xFE85 },
{ "dead_o", 0xFE86 },
{ "dead_O", 0xFE87 },
{ "dead_u", 0xFE88 },
{ "dead_U", 0xFE89 },
{ "dead_small_schwa", 0xFE8A },
{ "dead_capital_schwa", 0xFE8B },
{ "dead_greek", 0xFE8C },
{ "First_Virtual_Screen", 0xFED0 },
{ "Prev_Virtual_Screen", 0xFED1 },
{ "Next_Virtual_Screen", 0xFED2 },
{ "Last_Virtual_Screen", 0xFED4 },
{ "Terminate_Server", 0xFED5 },
{ "AccessX_Enable", 0xFE70 },
{ "AccessX_Feedback_Enable", 0xFE71 },
{ "RepeatKeys_Enable", 0xFE72 },
{ "SlowKeys_Enable", 0xFE73 },
{ "BounceKeys_Enable", 0xFE74 },
{ "StickyKeys_Enable", 0xFE75 },
{ "MouseKeys_Enable", 0xFE76 },
{ "MouseKeys_Accel_Enable", 0xFE77 },
{ "Overlay1_Enable", 0xFE78 },
{ "Overlay2_Enable", 0xFE79 },
{ "AudibleBell_Enable", 0xFE7A },
{ "Pointer_Left", 0xFEE0 },
{ "Pointer_Right", 0xFEE1 },
{ "Pointer_Up", 0xFEE2 },
{ "Pointer_Down", 0xFEE3 },
{ "Pointer_UpLeft", 0xFEE4 },
{ "Pointer_UpRight", 0xFEE5 },
{ "Pointer_DownLeft", 0xFEE6 },
{ "Pointer_DownRight", 0xFEE7 },
{ "Pointer_Button_Dflt", 0xFEE8 },
{ "Pointer_Button1", 0xFEE9 },
{ "Pointer_Button2", 0xFEEA },
{ "Pointer_Button3", 0xFEEB },
{ "Pointer_Button4", 0xFEEC },
{ "Pointer_Button5", 0xFEED },
{ "Pointer_DblClick_Dflt", 0xFEEE },
{ "Pointer_DblClick1", 0xFEEF },
{ "Pointer_DblClick2", 0xFEF0 },
{ "Pointer_DblClick3", 0xFEF1 },
{ "Pointer_DblClick4", 0xFEF2 },
{ "Pointer_DblClick5", 0xFEF3 },
{ "Pointer_Drag_Dflt", 0xFEF4 },
{ "Pointer_Drag1", 0xFEF5 },
{ "Pointer_Drag2", 0xFEF6 },
{ "Pointer_Drag3", 0xFEF7 },
{ "Pointer_Drag4", 0xFEF8 },
{ "Pointer_Drag5", 0xFEFD },
{ "Pointer_EnableKeys", 0xFEF9 },
{ "Pointer_Accelerate", 0xFEFA },
{ "Pointer_DfltBtnNext", 0xFEFB },
{ "Pointer_DfltBtnPrev", 0xFEFC },
{ "ch", 0xFEA0 },
{ "Ch", 0xFEA1 },
{ "CH", 0xFEA2 },
{ "c_h", 0xFEA3 },
{ "C_h", 0xFEA4 },
{ "C_H", 0xFEA5 },
{ "3270_Duplicate", 0xFD01 },
{ "3270_FieldMark", 0xFD02 },
{ "3270_Right2", 0xFD03 },
{ "3270_Left2", 0xFD04 },
{ "3270_BackTab", 0xFD05 },
{ "3270_EraseEOF", 0xFD06 },
{ "3270_EraseInput", 0xFD07 },
{ "3270_Reset", 0xFD08 },
{ "3270_Quit", 0xFD09 },
{ "3270_PA1", 0xFD0A },
{ "3270_PA2", 0xFD0B },
{ "3270_PA3", 0xFD0C },
{ "3270_Test", 0xFD0D },
{ "3270_Attn", 0xFD0E },
{ "3270_CursorBlink", 0xFD0F },
{ "3270_AltCursor", 0xFD10 },
{ "3270_KeyClick", 0xFD11 },
{ "3270_Jump", 0xFD12 },
{ "3270_Ident", 0xFD13 },
{ "3270_Rule", 0xFD14 },
{ "3270_Copy", 0xFD15 },
{ "3270_Play", 0xFD16 },
{ "3270_Setup", 0xFD17 },
{ "3270_Record", 0xFD18 },
{ "3270_ChangeScreen", 0xFD19 },
{ "3270_DeleteWord", 0xFD1A },
{ "3270_ExSelect", 0xFD1B },
{ "3270_CursorSelect", 0xFD1C },
{ "3270_PrintScreen", 0xFD1D },
{ "3270_Enter", 0xFD1E },
{ "space", 0x20 },
{ "exclam", 0x21 },
{ "quotedbl", 0x22 },
{ "numbersign", 0x23 },
{ "dollar", 0x24 },
{ "percent", 0x25 },
{ "ampersand", 0x26 },






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{ "Meta_R", 0xFFE8 },
{ "Alt_L", 0xFFE9 },
{ "Alt_R", 0xFFEA },
{ "Super_L", 0xFFEB },
{ "Super_R", 0xFFEC },
{ "Hyper_L", 0xFFED },
{ "Hyper_R", 0xFFEE },









































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{ "space", 0x20 },
{ "exclam", 0x21 },
{ "quotedbl", 0x22 },
{ "numbersign", 0x23 },
{ "dollar", 0x24 },
{ "percent", 0x25 },
{ "ampersand", 0x26 },
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{ "Ograve", 0xD2 },
{ "Oacute", 0xD3 },
{ "Ocircumflex", 0xD4 },
{ "Otilde", 0xD5 },
{ "Odiaeresis", 0xD6 },
{ "multiply", 0xD7 },
{ "Oslash", 0xD8 },
#ifndef TK_NO_DEPRECATED
{ "Ooblique", 0xD8 },
#endif
{ "Ugrave", 0xD9 },
{ "Uacute", 0xDA },
{ "Ucircumflex", 0xDB },
{ "Udiaeresis", 0xDC },
{ "Yacute", 0xDD },
{ "THORN", 0xDE },
{ "Thorn", 0xDE },






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{ "Ograve", 0xD2 },
{ "Oacute", 0xD3 },
{ "Ocircumflex", 0xD4 },
{ "Otilde", 0xD5 },
{ "Odiaeresis", 0xD6 },
{ "multiply", 0xD7 },
{ "Oslash", 0xD8 },

{ "Ooblique", 0xD8 },

{ "Ugrave", 0xD9 },
{ "Uacute", 0xDA },
{ "Ucircumflex", 0xDB },
{ "Udiaeresis", 0xDC },
{ "Yacute", 0xDD },
{ "THORN", 0xDE },
{ "Thorn", 0xDE },
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{ "ograve", 0xF2 },
{ "oacute", 0xF3 },
{ "ocircumflex", 0xF4 },
{ "otilde", 0xF5 },
{ "odiaeresis", 0xF6 },
{ "division", 0xF7 },
{ "oslash", 0xF8 },
#ifndef TK_NO_DEPRECATED
{ "ooblique", 0xF8 },
#endif
{ "ugrave", 0xF9 },
{ "uacute", 0xFA },
{ "ucircumflex", 0xFB },
{ "udiaeresis", 0xFC },
{ "yacute", 0xFD },
{ "thorn", 0xFE },
{ "ydiaeresis", 0xFF },






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{ "ograve", 0xF2 },
{ "oacute", 0xF3 },
{ "ocircumflex", 0xF4 },
{ "otilde", 0xF5 },
{ "odiaeresis", 0xF6 },
{ "division", 0xF7 },
{ "oslash", 0xF8 },



{ "ugrave", 0xF9 },
{ "uacute", 0xFA },
{ "ucircumflex", 0xFB },
{ "udiaeresis", 0xFC },
{ "yacute", 0xFD },
{ "thorn", 0xFE },
{ "ydiaeresis", 0xFF },
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{ "cabovedot", 0x2E5 },
{ "ccircumflex", 0x2E6 },
{ "gabovedot", 0x2F5 },
{ "gcircumflex", 0x2F8 },
{ "ubreve", 0x2FD },
{ "scircumflex", 0x2FE },
{ "kra", 0x3A2 },
#ifndef TK_NO_DEPRECATED
{ "kappa", 0x3A2 },
#endif
{ "Rcedilla", 0x3A3 },
{ "Itilde", 0x3A5 },
{ "Lcedilla", 0x3A6 },
{ "Emacron", 0x3AA },
{ "Gcedilla", 0x3AB },
{ "Tslash", 0x3AC },
{ "rcedilla", 0x3B3 },
{ "itilde", 0x3B5 },
{ "lcedilla", 0x3B6 },
{ "emacron", 0x3BA },
{ "gcedilla", 0x3BB },
#ifndef TK_NO_DEPRECATED
{ "gacute", 0x3BB },
#endif
{ "tslash", 0x3BC },
{ "ENG", 0x3BD },
{ "eng", 0x3BF },
{ "Amacron", 0x3C0 },
{ "Iogonek", 0x3C7 },
{ "Eabovedot", 0x3CC },
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{ "cabovedot", 0x2E5 },
{ "ccircumflex", 0x2E6 },
{ "gabovedot", 0x2F5 },
{ "gcircumflex", 0x2F8 },
{ "ubreve", 0x2FD },
{ "scircumflex", 0x2FE },
{ "kra", 0x3A2 },

{ "kappa", 0x3A2 },

{ "Rcedilla", 0x3A3 },
{ "Itilde", 0x3A5 },
{ "Lcedilla", 0x3A6 },
{ "Emacron", 0x3AA },
{ "Gcedilla", 0x3AB },
{ "Tslash", 0x3AC },
{ "rcedilla", 0x3B3 },
{ "itilde", 0x3B5 },
{ "lcedilla", 0x3B6 },
{ "emacron", 0x3BA },
{ "gcedilla", 0x3BB },

{ "gacute", 0x3BB },

{ "tslash", 0x3BC },
{ "ENG", 0x3BD },
{ "eng", 0x3BF },
{ "Amacron", 0x3C0 },
{ "Iogonek", 0x3C7 },
{ "Eabovedot", 0x3CC },
{ "Imacron", 0x3CF },
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{ "imacron", 0x3EF },
{ "ncedilla", 0x3F1 },
{ "omacron", 0x3F2 },
{ "kcedilla", 0x3F3 },
{ "uogonek", 0x3F9 },
{ "utilde", 0x3FD },
{ "umacron", 0x3FE },
{ "Wcircumflex", 0x1000174 },
{ "wcircumflex", 0x1000175 },
{ "Ycircumflex", 0x1000176 },
{ "ycircumflex", 0x1000177 },
{ "Babovedot", 0x1001E02 },
{ "babovedot", 0x1001E03 },
{ "Dabovedot", 0x1001E0A },
{ "dabovedot", 0x1001E0B },
{ "Fabovedot", 0x1001E1E },
{ "fabovedot", 0x1001E1F },
{ "Mabovedot", 0x1001E40 },
{ "mabovedot", 0x1001E41 },
{ "Pabovedot", 0x1001E56 },
{ "pabovedot", 0x1001E57 },
{ "Sabovedot", 0x1001E60 },
{ "sabovedot", 0x1001E61 },
{ "Tabovedot", 0x1001E6A },
{ "tabovedot", 0x1001E6B },
{ "Wgrave", 0x1001E80 },
{ "wgrave", 0x1001E81 },
{ "Wacute", 0x1001E82 },
{ "wacute", 0x1001E83 },
{ "Wdiaeresis", 0x1001E84 },
{ "wdiaeresis", 0x1001E85 },
{ "Ygrave", 0x1001EF2 },
{ "ygrave", 0x1001EF3 },
{ "OE", 0x13BC },
{ "oe", 0x13BD },
{ "Ydiaeresis", 0x13BE },
{ "overline", 0x47E },
{ "kana_fullstop", 0x4A1 },
{ "kana_openingbracket", 0x4A2 },
{ "kana_closingbracket", 0x4A3 },
{ "kana_comma", 0x4A4 },
{ "kana_conjunctive", 0x4A5 },
#ifndef TK_NO_DEPRECATED
{ "kana_middledot", 0x4A5 },
#endif
{ "kana_WO", 0x4A6 },
{ "kana_a", 0x4A7 },
{ "kana_i", 0x4A8 },
{ "kana_u", 0x4A9 },
{ "kana_e", 0x4AA },
{ "kana_o", 0x4AB },
{ "kana_ya", 0x4AC },
{ "kana_yu", 0x4AD },
{ "kana_yo", 0x4AE },
{ "kana_tsu", 0x4AF },
#ifndef TK_NO_DEPRECATED
{ "kana_tu", 0x4AF },
#endif
{ "prolongedsound", 0x4B0 },
{ "kana_A", 0x4B1 },
{ "kana_I", 0x4B2 },
{ "kana_U", 0x4B3 },
{ "kana_E", 0x4B4 },
{ "kana_O", 0x4B5 },
{ "kana_KA", 0x4B6 },
{ "kana_KI", 0x4B7 },
{ "kana_KU", 0x4B8 },
{ "kana_KE", 0x4B9 },
{ "kana_KO", 0x4BA },
{ "kana_SA", 0x4BB },
{ "kana_SHI", 0x4BC },
{ "kana_SU", 0x4BD },
{ "kana_SE", 0x4BE },
{ "kana_SO", 0x4BF },
{ "kana_TA", 0x4C0 },
{ "kana_CHI", 0x4C1 },
#ifndef TK_NO_DEPRECATED
{ "kana_TI", 0x4C1 },
#endif
{ "kana_TSU", 0x4C2 },
#ifndef TK_NO_DEPRECATED
{ "kana_TU", 0x4C2 },
#endif
{ "kana_TE", 0x4C3 },
{ "kana_TO", 0x4C4 },
{ "kana_NA", 0x4C5 },
{ "kana_NI", 0x4C6 },
{ "kana_NU", 0x4C7 },
{ "kana_NE", 0x4C8 },
{ "kana_NO", 0x4C9 },
{ "kana_HA", 0x4CA },
{ "kana_HI", 0x4CB },
{ "kana_FU", 0x4CC },
#ifndef TK_NO_DEPRECATED
{ "kana_HU", 0x4CC },
#endif
{ "kana_HE", 0x4CD },
{ "kana_HO", 0x4CE },
{ "kana_MA", 0x4CF },
{ "kana_MI", 0x4D0 },
{ "kana_MU", 0x4D1 },
{ "kana_ME", 0x4D2 },
{ "kana_MO", 0x4D3 },
{ "kana_YA", 0x4D4 },
{ "kana_YU", 0x4D5 },
{ "kana_YO", 0x4D6 },
{ "kana_RA", 0x4D7 },
{ "kana_RI", 0x4D8 },
{ "kana_RU", 0x4D9 },
{ "kana_RE", 0x4DA },
{ "kana_RO", 0x4DB },
{ "kana_WA", 0x4DC },
{ "kana_N", 0x4DD },
{ "voicedsound", 0x4DE },
{ "semivoicedsound", 0x4DF },
{ "kana_switch", 0xFF7E },
{ "Farsi_0", 0x10006F0 },
{ "Farsi_1", 0x10006F1 },
{ "Farsi_2", 0x10006F2 },
{ "Farsi_3", 0x10006F3 },
{ "Farsi_4", 0x10006F4 },
{ "Farsi_5", 0x10006F5 },
{ "Farsi_6", 0x10006F6 },
{ "Farsi_7", 0x10006F7 },
{ "Farsi_8", 0x10006F8 },
{ "Farsi_9", 0x10006F9 },
{ "Arabic_percent", 0x100066A },
{ "Arabic_superscript_alef", 0x1000670 },
{ "Arabic_tteh", 0x1000679 },
{ "Arabic_peh", 0x100067E },
{ "Arabic_tcheh", 0x1000686 },
{ "Arabic_ddal", 0x1000688 },
{ "Arabic_rreh", 0x1000691 },
{ "Arabic_comma", 0x5AC },
{ "Arabic_fullstop", 0x10006D4 },
{ "Arabic_0", 0x1000660 },
{ "Arabic_1", 0x1000661 },
{ "Arabic_2", 0x1000662 },
{ "Arabic_3", 0x1000663 },
{ "Arabic_4", 0x1000664 },
{ "Arabic_5", 0x1000665 },
{ "Arabic_6", 0x1000666 },
{ "Arabic_7", 0x1000667 },
{ "Arabic_8", 0x1000668 },
{ "Arabic_9", 0x1000669 },
{ "Arabic_semicolon", 0x5BB },
{ "Arabic_question_mark", 0x5BF },
{ "Arabic_hamza", 0x5C1 },
{ "Arabic_maddaonalef", 0x5C2 },
{ "Arabic_hamzaonalef", 0x5C3 },
{ "Arabic_hamzaonwaw", 0x5C4 },
{ "Arabic_hamzaunderalef", 0x5C5 },






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{ "imacron", 0x3EF },
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{ "omacron", 0x3F2 },
{ "kcedilla", 0x3F3 },
{ "uogonek", 0x3F9 },
{ "utilde", 0x3FD },
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{ "OE", 0x13BC },
{ "oe", 0x13BD },
{ "Ydiaeresis", 0x13BE },
{ "overline", 0x47E },
{ "kana_fullstop", 0x4A1 },
{ "kana_openingbracket", 0x4A2 },
{ "kana_closingbracket", 0x4A3 },
{ "kana_comma", 0x4A4 },
{ "kana_conjunctive", 0x4A5 },

{ "kana_middledot", 0x4A5 },

{ "kana_WO", 0x4A6 },
{ "kana_a", 0x4A7 },
{ "kana_i", 0x4A8 },
{ "kana_u", 0x4A9 },
{ "kana_e", 0x4AA },
{ "kana_o", 0x4AB },
{ "kana_ya", 0x4AC },
{ "kana_yu", 0x4AD },
{ "kana_yo", 0x4AE },
{ "kana_tsu", 0x4AF },

{ "kana_tu", 0x4AF },

{ "prolongedsound", 0x4B0 },
{ "kana_A", 0x4B1 },
{ "kana_I", 0x4B2 },
{ "kana_U", 0x4B3 },
{ "kana_E", 0x4B4 },
{ "kana_O", 0x4B5 },
{ "kana_KA", 0x4B6 },
{ "kana_KI", 0x4B7 },
{ "kana_KU", 0x4B8 },
{ "kana_KE", 0x4B9 },
{ "kana_KO", 0x4BA },
{ "kana_SA", 0x4BB },
{ "kana_SHI", 0x4BC },
{ "kana_SU", 0x4BD },
{ "kana_SE", 0x4BE },
{ "kana_SO", 0x4BF },
{ "kana_TA", 0x4C0 },
{ "kana_CHI", 0x4C1 },

{ "kana_TI", 0x4C1 },

{ "kana_TSU", 0x4C2 },

{ "kana_TU", 0x4C2 },

{ "kana_TE", 0x4C3 },
{ "kana_TO", 0x4C4 },
{ "kana_NA", 0x4C5 },
{ "kana_NI", 0x4C6 },
{ "kana_NU", 0x4C7 },
{ "kana_NE", 0x4C8 },
{ "kana_NO", 0x4C9 },
{ "kana_HA", 0x4CA },
{ "kana_HI", 0x4CB },
{ "kana_FU", 0x4CC },

{ "kana_HU", 0x4CC },

{ "kana_HE", 0x4CD },
{ "kana_HO", 0x4CE },
{ "kana_MA", 0x4CF },
{ "kana_MI", 0x4D0 },
{ "kana_MU", 0x4D1 },
{ "kana_ME", 0x4D2 },
{ "kana_MO", 0x4D3 },
{ "kana_YA", 0x4D4 },
{ "kana_YU", 0x4D5 },
{ "kana_YO", 0x4D6 },
{ "kana_RA", 0x4D7 },
{ "kana_RI", 0x4D8 },
{ "kana_RU", 0x4D9 },
{ "kana_RE", 0x4DA },
{ "kana_RO", 0x4DB },
{ "kana_WA", 0x4DC },
{ "kana_N", 0x4DD },
{ "voicedsound", 0x4DE },
{ "semivoicedsound", 0x4DF },


















{ "Arabic_comma", 0x5AC },











{ "Arabic_semicolon", 0x5BB },
{ "Arabic_question_mark", 0x5BF },
{ "Arabic_hamza", 0x5C1 },
{ "Arabic_maddaonalef", 0x5C2 },
{ "Arabic_hamzaonalef", 0x5C3 },
{ "Arabic_hamzaonwaw", 0x5C4 },
{ "Arabic_hamzaunderalef", 0x5C5 },
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{ "Arabic_feh", 0x5E1 },
{ "Arabic_qaf", 0x5E2 },
{ "Arabic_kaf", 0x5E3 },
{ "Arabic_lam", 0x5E4 },
{ "Arabic_meem", 0x5E5 },
{ "Arabic_noon", 0x5E6 },
{ "Arabic_ha", 0x5E7 },
#ifndef TK_NO_DEPRECATED
{ "Arabic_heh", 0x5E7 },
#endif
{ "Arabic_waw", 0x5E8 },
{ "Arabic_alefmaksura", 0x5E9 },
{ "Arabic_yeh", 0x5EA },
{ "Arabic_fathatan", 0x5EB },
{ "Arabic_dammatan", 0x5EC },
{ "Arabic_kasratan", 0x5ED },
{ "Arabic_fatha", 0x5EE },
{ "Arabic_damma", 0x5EF },
{ "Arabic_kasra", 0x5F0 },
{ "Arabic_shadda", 0x5F1 },
{ "Arabic_sukun", 0x5F2 },
{ "Arabic_madda_above", 0x1000653 },
{ "Arabic_hamza_above", 0x1000654 },
{ "Arabic_hamza_below", 0x1000655 },
{ "Arabic_jeh", 0x1000698 },
{ "Arabic_veh", 0x10006A4 },
{ "Arabic_keheh", 0x10006A9 },
{ "Arabic_gaf", 0x10006AF },
{ "Arabic_noon_ghunna", 0x10006BA },
{ "Arabic_heh_doachashmee", 0x10006BE },
{ "Farsi_yeh", 0x10006CC },
{ "Arabic_farsi_yeh", 0x10006CC },
{ "Arabic_yeh_baree", 0x10006D2 },
{ "Arabic_heh_goal", 0x10006C1 },
{ "Arabic_switch", 0xFF7E },
{ "Cyrillic_GHE_bar", 0x1000492 },
{ "Cyrillic_ghe_bar", 0x1000493 },
{ "Cyrillic_ZHE_descender", 0x1000496 },
{ "Cyrillic_zhe_descender", 0x1000497 },
{ "Cyrillic_KA_descender", 0x100049A },
{ "Cyrillic_ka_descender", 0x100049B },
{ "Cyrillic_KA_vertstroke", 0x100049C },
{ "Cyrillic_ka_vertstroke", 0x100049D },
{ "Cyrillic_EN_descender", 0x10004A2 },
{ "Cyrillic_en_descender", 0x10004A3 },
{ "Cyrillic_U_straight", 0x10004AE },
{ "Cyrillic_u_straight", 0x10004AF },
{ "Cyrillic_U_straight_bar", 0x10004B0 },
{ "Cyrillic_u_straight_bar", 0x10004B1 },
{ "Cyrillic_HA_descender", 0x10004B2 },
{ "Cyrillic_ha_descender", 0x10004B3 },
{ "Cyrillic_CHE_descender", 0x10004B6 },
{ "Cyrillic_che_descender", 0x10004B7 },
{ "Cyrillic_CHE_vertstroke", 0x10004B8 },
{ "Cyrillic_che_vertstroke", 0x10004B9 },
{ "Cyrillic_SHHA", 0x10004BA },
{ "Cyrillic_shha", 0x10004BB },
{ "Cyrillic_SCHWA", 0x10004D8 },
{ "Cyrillic_schwa", 0x10004D9 },
{ "Cyrillic_I_macron", 0x10004E2 },
{ "Cyrillic_i_macron", 0x10004E3 },
{ "Cyrillic_O_bar", 0x10004E8 },
{ "Cyrillic_o_bar", 0x10004E9 },
{ "Cyrillic_U_macron", 0x10004EE },
{ "Cyrillic_u_macron", 0x10004EF },
{ "Serbian_dje", 0x6A1 },
{ "Macedonia_gje", 0x6A2 },
{ "Cyrillic_io", 0x6A3 },
{ "Ukrainian_ie", 0x6A4 },
#ifndef TK_NO_DEPRECATED
{ "Ukranian_je", 0x6A4 },
#endif
{ "Macedonia_dse", 0x6A5 },
{ "Ukrainian_i", 0x6A6 },
#ifndef TK_NO_DEPRECATED
{ "Ukranian_i", 0x6A6 },
#endif
{ "Ukrainian_yi", 0x6A7 },
#ifndef TK_NO_DEPRECATED
{ "Ukranian_yi", 0x6A7 },
#endif
{ "Cyrillic_je", 0x6A8 },
#ifndef TK_NO_DEPRECATED
{ "Serbian_je", 0x6A8 },
#endif
{ "Cyrillic_lje", 0x6A9 },
#ifndef TK_NO_DEPRECATED
{ "Serbian_lje", 0x6A9 },
#endif
{ "Cyrillic_nje", 0x6AA },
#ifndef TK_NO_DEPRECATED
{ "Serbian_nje", 0x6AA },
#endif
{ "Serbian_tshe", 0x6AB },
{ "Macedonia_kje", 0x6AC },
{ "Ukrainian_ghe_with_upturn", 0x6AD },
{ "Byelorussian_shortu", 0x6AE },
{ "Cyrillic_dzhe", 0x6AF },
#ifndef TK_NO_DEPRECATED
{ "Serbian_dze", 0x6AF },
#endif
{ "numerosign", 0x6B0 },
{ "Serbian_DJE", 0x6B1 },
{ "Macedonia_GJE", 0x6B2 },
{ "Cyrillic_IO", 0x6B3 },
{ "Ukrainian_IE", 0x6B4 },
#ifndef TK_NO_DEPRECATED
{ "Ukranian_JE", 0x6B4 },
#endif
{ "Macedonia_DSE", 0x6B5 },
{ "Ukrainian_I", 0x6B6 },
#ifndef TK_NO_DEPRECATED
{ "Ukranian_I", 0x6B6 },
#endif
{ "Ukrainian_YI", 0x6B7 },
#ifndef TK_NO_DEPRECATED
{ "Ukranian_YI", 0x6B7 },
#endif
{ "Cyrillic_JE", 0x6B8 },
#ifndef TK_NO_DEPRECATED
{ "Serbian_JE", 0x6B8 },
#endif
{ "Cyrillic_LJE", 0x6B9 },
#ifndef TK_NO_DEPRECATED
{ "Serbian_LJE", 0x6B9 },
#endif
{ "Cyrillic_NJE", 0x6BA },
#ifndef TK_NO_DEPRECATED
{ "Serbian_NJE", 0x6BA },
#endif
{ "Serbian_TSHE", 0x6BB },
{ "Macedonia_KJE", 0x6BC },
{ "Ukrainian_GHE_WITH_UPTURN", 0x6BD },
{ "Byelorussian_SHORTU", 0x6BE },
{ "Cyrillic_DZHE", 0x6BF },
#ifndef TK_NO_DEPRECATED
{ "Serbian_DZE", 0x6BF },
#endif
{ "Cyrillic_yu", 0x6C0 },
{ "Cyrillic_a", 0x6C1 },
{ "Cyrillic_be", 0x6C2 },
{ "Cyrillic_tse", 0x6C3 },
{ "Cyrillic_de", 0x6C4 },
{ "Cyrillic_ie", 0x6C5 },
{ "Cyrillic_ef", 0x6C6 },






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{ "Arabic_feh", 0x5E1 },
{ "Arabic_qaf", 0x5E2 },
{ "Arabic_kaf", 0x5E3 },
{ "Arabic_lam", 0x5E4 },
{ "Arabic_meem", 0x5E5 },
{ "Arabic_noon", 0x5E6 },
{ "Arabic_ha", 0x5E7 },

{ "Arabic_heh", 0x5E7 },

{ "Arabic_waw", 0x5E8 },
{ "Arabic_alefmaksura", 0x5E9 },
{ "Arabic_yeh", 0x5EA },
{ "Arabic_fathatan", 0x5EB },
{ "Arabic_dammatan", 0x5EC },
{ "Arabic_kasratan", 0x5ED },
{ "Arabic_fatha", 0x5EE },
{ "Arabic_damma", 0x5EF },
{ "Arabic_kasra", 0x5F0 },
{ "Arabic_shadda", 0x5F1 },
{ "Arabic_sukun", 0x5F2 },












































{ "Serbian_dje", 0x6A1 },
{ "Macedonia_gje", 0x6A2 },
{ "Cyrillic_io", 0x6A3 },
{ "Ukrainian_ie", 0x6A4 },

{ "Ukranian_je", 0x6A4 },

{ "Macedonia_dse", 0x6A5 },
{ "Ukrainian_i", 0x6A6 },

{ "Ukranian_i", 0x6A6 },

{ "Ukrainian_yi", 0x6A7 },

{ "Ukranian_yi", 0x6A7 },

{ "Cyrillic_je", 0x6A8 },

{ "Serbian_je", 0x6A8 },

{ "Cyrillic_lje", 0x6A9 },

{ "Serbian_lje", 0x6A9 },

{ "Cyrillic_nje", 0x6AA },

{ "Serbian_nje", 0x6AA },

{ "Serbian_tshe", 0x6AB },
{ "Macedonia_kje", 0x6AC },
{ "Ukrainian_ghe_with_upturn", 0x6AD },
{ "Byelorussian_shortu", 0x6AE },
{ "Cyrillic_dzhe", 0x6AF },

{ "Serbian_dze", 0x6AF },

{ "numerosign", 0x6B0 },
{ "Serbian_DJE", 0x6B1 },
{ "Macedonia_GJE", 0x6B2 },
{ "Cyrillic_IO", 0x6B3 },
{ "Ukrainian_IE", 0x6B4 },

{ "Ukranian_JE", 0x6B4 },

{ "Macedonia_DSE", 0x6B5 },
{ "Ukrainian_I", 0x6B6 },

{ "Ukranian_I", 0x6B6 },

{ "Ukrainian_YI", 0x6B7 },

{ "Ukranian_YI", 0x6B7 },

{ "Cyrillic_JE", 0x6B8 },

{ "Serbian_JE", 0x6B8 },

{ "Cyrillic_LJE", 0x6B9 },

{ "Serbian_LJE", 0x6B9 },

{ "Cyrillic_NJE", 0x6BA },

{ "Serbian_NJE", 0x6BA },

{ "Serbian_TSHE", 0x6BB },
{ "Macedonia_KJE", 0x6BC },
{ "Ukrainian_GHE_WITH_UPTURN", 0x6BD },
{ "Byelorussian_SHORTU", 0x6BE },
{ "Cyrillic_DZHE", 0x6BF },

{ "Serbian_DZE", 0x6BF },

{ "Cyrillic_yu", 0x6C0 },
{ "Cyrillic_a", 0x6C1 },
{ "Cyrillic_be", 0x6C2 },
{ "Cyrillic_tse", 0x6C3 },
{ "Cyrillic_de", 0x6C4 },
{ "Cyrillic_ie", 0x6C5 },
{ "Cyrillic_ef", 0x6C6 },
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{ "Greek_tau", 0x7F4 },
{ "Greek_upsilon", 0x7F5 },
{ "Greek_phi", 0x7F6 },
{ "Greek_chi", 0x7F7 },
{ "Greek_psi", 0x7F8 },
{ "Greek_omega", 0x7F9 },
{ "Greek_switch", 0xFF7E },
{ "leftradical", 0x8A1 },
{ "topleftradical", 0x8A2 },
{ "horizconnector", 0x8A3 },
{ "topintegral", 0x8A4 },
{ "botintegral", 0x8A5 },
{ "vertconnector", 0x8A6 },
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{ "Greek_upsilon", 0x7F5 },
{ "Greek_phi", 0x7F6 },
{ "Greek_chi", 0x7F7 },
{ "Greek_psi", 0x7F8 },
{ "Greek_omega", 0x7F9 },

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{ "topleftradical", 0x8A2 },
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{ "rightshoe", 0xBD8 },
{ "leftshoe", 0xBDA },
{ "lefttack", 0xBDC },
{ "righttack", 0xBFC },
{ "hebrew_doublelowline", 0xCDF },
{ "hebrew_aleph", 0xCE0 },
{ "hebrew_bet", 0xCE1 },
#ifndef TK_NO_DEPRECATED
{ "hebrew_beth", 0xCE1 },
#endif
{ "hebrew_gimel", 0xCE2 },
#ifndef TK_NO_DEPRECATED
{ "hebrew_gimmel", 0xCE2 },
#endif
{ "hebrew_dalet", 0xCE3 },
#ifndef TK_NO_DEPRECATED
{ "hebrew_daleth", 0xCE3 },
#endif
{ "hebrew_he", 0xCE4 },
{ "hebrew_waw", 0xCE5 },
{ "hebrew_zain", 0xCE6 },
#ifndef TK_NO_DEPRECATED
{ "hebrew_zayin", 0xCE6 },
#endif
{ "hebrew_chet", 0xCE7 },
#ifndef TK_NO_DEPRECATED
{ "hebrew_het", 0xCE7 },
#endif
{ "hebrew_tet", 0xCE8 },
#ifndef TK_NO_DEPRECATED
{ "hebrew_teth", 0xCE8 },
#endif
{ "hebrew_yod", 0xCE9 },
{ "hebrew_finalkaph", 0xCEA },
{ "hebrew_kaph", 0xCEB },
{ "hebrew_lamed", 0xCEC },
{ "hebrew_finalmem", 0xCED },
{ "hebrew_mem", 0xCEE },
{ "hebrew_finalnun", 0xCEF },
{ "hebrew_nun", 0xCF0 },
{ "hebrew_samech", 0xCF1 },
#ifndef TK_NO_DEPRECATED
{ "hebrew_samekh", 0xCF1 },
#endif
{ "hebrew_ayin", 0xCF2 },
{ "hebrew_finalpe", 0xCF3 },
{ "hebrew_pe", 0xCF4 },
{ "hebrew_finalzade", 0xCF5 },
#ifndef TK_NO_DEPRECATED
{ "hebrew_finalzadi", 0xCF5 },
#endif
{ "hebrew_zade", 0xCF6 },
#ifndef TK_NO_DEPRECATED
{ "hebrew_zadi", 0xCF6 },
#endif
{ "hebrew_qoph", 0xCF7 },
#ifndef TK_NO_DEPRECATED
{ "hebrew_kuf", 0xCF7 },
#endif
{ "hebrew_resh", 0xCF8 },
{ "hebrew_shin", 0xCF9 },
{ "hebrew_taw", 0xCFA },
#ifndef TK_NO_DEPRECATED
{ "hebrew_taf", 0xCFA },
#endif
{ "Hebrew_switch", 0xFF7E },
{ "Thai_kokai", 0xDA1 },
{ "Thai_khokhai", 0xDA2 },
{ "Thai_khokhuat", 0xDA3 },
{ "Thai_khokhwai", 0xDA4 },
{ "Thai_khokhon", 0xDA5 },
{ "Thai_khorakhang", 0xDA6 },
{ "Thai_ngongu", 0xDA7 },
{ "Thai_chochan", 0xDA8 },
{ "Thai_choching", 0xDA9 },
{ "Thai_chochang", 0xDAA },
{ "Thai_soso", 0xDAB },
{ "Thai_chochoe", 0xDAC },
{ "Thai_yoying", 0xDAD },
{ "Thai_dochada", 0xDAE },
{ "Thai_topatak", 0xDAF },
{ "Thai_thothan", 0xDB0 },
{ "Thai_thonangmontho", 0xDB1 },
{ "Thai_thophuthao", 0xDB2 },
{ "Thai_nonen", 0xDB3 },
{ "Thai_dodek", 0xDB4 },
{ "Thai_totao", 0xDB5 },
{ "Thai_thothung", 0xDB6 },
{ "Thai_thothahan", 0xDB7 },
{ "Thai_thothong", 0xDB8 },
{ "Thai_nonu", 0xDB9 },
{ "Thai_bobaimai", 0xDBA },
{ "Thai_popla", 0xDBB },
{ "Thai_phophung", 0xDBC },
{ "Thai_fofa", 0xDBD },
{ "Thai_phophan", 0xDBE },
{ "Thai_fofan", 0xDBF },
{ "Thai_phosamphao", 0xDC0 },
{ "Thai_moma", 0xDC1 },
{ "Thai_yoyak", 0xDC2 },
{ "Thai_rorua", 0xDC3 },
{ "Thai_ru", 0xDC4 },
{ "Thai_loling", 0xDC5 },
{ "Thai_lu", 0xDC6 },
{ "Thai_wowaen", 0xDC7 },
{ "Thai_sosala", 0xDC8 },
{ "Thai_sorusi", 0xDC9 },
{ "Thai_sosua", 0xDCA },
{ "Thai_hohip", 0xDCB },
{ "Thai_lochula", 0xDCC },
{ "Thai_oang", 0xDCD },
{ "Thai_honokhuk", 0xDCE },
{ "Thai_paiyannoi", 0xDCF },
{ "Thai_saraa", 0xDD0 },
{ "Thai_maihanakat", 0xDD1 },
{ "Thai_saraaa", 0xDD2 },
{ "Thai_saraam", 0xDD3 },
{ "Thai_sarai", 0xDD4 },
{ "Thai_saraii", 0xDD5 },
{ "Thai_saraue", 0xDD6 },
{ "Thai_sarauee", 0xDD7 },
{ "Thai_sarau", 0xDD8 },
{ "Thai_sarauu", 0xDD9 },
{ "Thai_phinthu", 0xDDA },
{ "Thai_maihanakat_maitho", 0xDDE },
{ "Thai_baht", 0xDDF },
{ "Thai_sarae", 0xDE0 },
{ "Thai_saraae", 0xDE1 },
{ "Thai_sarao", 0xDE2 },
{ "Thai_saraaimaimuan", 0xDE3 },
{ "Thai_saraaimaimalai", 0xDE4 },
{ "Thai_lakkhangyao", 0xDE5 },
{ "Thai_maiyamok", 0xDE6 },
{ "Thai_maitaikhu", 0xDE7 },
{ "Thai_maiek", 0xDE8 },
{ "Thai_maitho", 0xDE9 },
{ "Thai_maitri", 0xDEA },
{ "Thai_maichattawa", 0xDEB },
{ "Thai_thanthakhat", 0xDEC },
{ "Thai_nikhahit", 0xDED },
{ "Thai_leksun", 0xDF0 },
{ "Thai_leknung", 0xDF1 },
{ "Thai_leksong", 0xDF2 },
{ "Thai_leksam", 0xDF3 },
{ "Thai_leksi", 0xDF4 },
{ "Thai_lekha", 0xDF5 },
{ "Thai_lekhok", 0xDF6 },
{ "Thai_lekchet", 0xDF7 },
{ "Thai_lekpaet", 0xDF8 },
{ "Thai_lekkao", 0xDF9 },
{ "Hangul", 0xFF31 },
{ "Hangul_Start", 0xFF32 },
{ "Hangul_End", 0xFF33 },
{ "Hangul_Hanja", 0xFF34 },
{ "Hangul_Jamo", 0xFF35 },
{ "Hangul_Romaja", 0xFF36 },
{ "Hangul_Codeinput", 0xFF37 },
{ "Hangul_Jeonja", 0xFF38 },
{ "Hangul_Banja", 0xFF39 },
{ "Hangul_PreHanja", 0xFF3A },
{ "Hangul_PostHanja", 0xFF3B },
{ "Hangul_SingleCandidate", 0xFF3C },
{ "Hangul_MultipleCandidate", 0xFF3D },
{ "Hangul_PreviousCandidate", 0xFF3E },
{ "Hangul_Special", 0xFF3F },
{ "Hangul_switch", 0xFF7E },
{ "Hangul_Kiyeog", 0xEA1 },
{ "Hangul_SsangKiyeog", 0xEA2 },
{ "Hangul_KiyeogSios", 0xEA3 },
{ "Hangul_Nieun", 0xEA4 },
{ "Hangul_NieunJieuj", 0xEA5 },
{ "Hangul_NieunHieuh", 0xEA6 },
{ "Hangul_Dikeud", 0xEA7 },
{ "Hangul_SsangDikeud", 0xEA8 },
{ "Hangul_Rieul", 0xEA9 },
{ "Hangul_RieulKiyeog", 0xEAA },
{ "Hangul_RieulMieum", 0xEAB },
{ "Hangul_RieulPieub", 0xEAC },
{ "Hangul_RieulSios", 0xEAD },
{ "Hangul_RieulTieut", 0xEAE },
{ "Hangul_RieulPhieuf", 0xEAF },
{ "Hangul_RieulHieuh", 0xEB0 },
{ "Hangul_Mieum", 0xEB1 },
{ "Hangul_Pieub", 0xEB2 },
{ "Hangul_SsangPieub", 0xEB3 },
{ "Hangul_PieubSios", 0xEB4 },
{ "Hangul_Sios", 0xEB5 },
{ "Hangul_SsangSios", 0xEB6 },
{ "Hangul_Ieung", 0xEB7 },
{ "Hangul_Jieuj", 0xEB8 },
{ "Hangul_SsangJieuj", 0xEB9 },
{ "Hangul_Cieuc", 0xEBA },
{ "Hangul_Khieuq", 0xEBB },
{ "Hangul_Tieut", 0xEBC },
{ "Hangul_Phieuf", 0xEBD },
{ "Hangul_Hieuh", 0xEBE },
{ "Hangul_A", 0xEBF },
{ "Hangul_AE", 0xEC0 },
{ "Hangul_YA", 0xEC1 },
{ "Hangul_YAE", 0xEC2 },
{ "Hangul_EO", 0xEC3 },
{ "Hangul_E", 0xEC4 },
{ "Hangul_YEO", 0xEC5 },
{ "Hangul_YE", 0xEC6 },
{ "Hangul_O", 0xEC7 },
{ "Hangul_WA", 0xEC8 },
{ "Hangul_WAE", 0xEC9 },
{ "Hangul_OE", 0xECA },
{ "Hangul_YO", 0xECB },
{ "Hangul_U", 0xECC },
{ "Hangul_WEO", 0xECD },
{ "Hangul_WE", 0xECE },
{ "Hangul_WI", 0xECF },
{ "Hangul_YU", 0xED0 },
{ "Hangul_EU", 0xED1 },
{ "Hangul_YI", 0xED2 },
{ "Hangul_I", 0xED3 },
{ "Hangul_J_Kiyeog", 0xED4 },
{ "Hangul_J_SsangKiyeog", 0xED5 },
{ "Hangul_J_KiyeogSios", 0xED6 },
{ "Hangul_J_Nieun", 0xED7 },
{ "Hangul_J_NieunJieuj", 0xED8 },
{ "Hangul_J_NieunHieuh", 0xED9 },
{ "Hangul_J_Dikeud", 0xEDA },
{ "Hangul_J_Rieul", 0xEDB },
{ "Hangul_J_RieulKiyeog", 0xEDC },
{ "Hangul_J_RieulMieum", 0xEDD },
{ "Hangul_J_RieulPieub", 0xEDE },
{ "Hangul_J_RieulSios", 0xEDF },
{ "Hangul_J_RieulTieut", 0xEE0 },
{ "Hangul_J_RieulPhieuf", 0xEE1 },
{ "Hangul_J_RieulHieuh", 0xEE2 },
{ "Hangul_J_Mieum", 0xEE3 },
{ "Hangul_J_Pieub", 0xEE4 },
{ "Hangul_J_PieubSios", 0xEE5 },
{ "Hangul_J_Sios", 0xEE6 },
{ "Hangul_J_SsangSios", 0xEE7 },
{ "Hangul_J_Ieung", 0xEE8 },
{ "Hangul_J_Jieuj", 0xEE9 },
{ "Hangul_J_Cieuc", 0xEEA },
{ "Hangul_J_Khieuq", 0xEEB },
{ "Hangul_J_Tieut", 0xEEC },
{ "Hangul_J_Phieuf", 0xEED },
{ "Hangul_J_Hieuh", 0xEEE },
{ "Hangul_RieulYeorinHieuh", 0xEEF },
{ "Hangul_SunkyeongeumMieum", 0xEF0 },
{ "Hangul_SunkyeongeumPieub", 0xEF1 },
{ "Hangul_PanSios", 0xEF2 },
{ "Hangul_KkogjiDalrinIeung", 0xEF3 },
{ "Hangul_SunkyeongeumPhieuf", 0xEF4 },
{ "Hangul_YeorinHieuh", 0xEF5 },
{ "Hangul_AraeA", 0xEF6 },
{ "Hangul_AraeAE", 0xEF7 },
{ "Hangul_J_PanSios", 0xEF8 },
{ "Hangul_J_KkogjiDalrinIeung", 0xEF9 },
{ "Hangul_J_YeorinHieuh", 0xEFA },
{ "Korean_Won", 0xEFF },
{ "Armenian_ligature_ew", 0x1000587 },
{ "Armenian_full_stop", 0x1000589 },
{ "Armenian_verjaket", 0x1000589 },
{ "Armenian_separation_mark", 0x100055D },
{ "Armenian_but", 0x100055D },
{ "Armenian_hyphen", 0x100058A },
{ "Armenian_yentamna", 0x100058A },
{ "Armenian_exclam", 0x100055C },
{ "Armenian_amanak", 0x100055C },
{ "Armenian_accent", 0x100055B },
{ "Armenian_shesht", 0x100055B },
{ "Armenian_question", 0x100055E },
{ "Armenian_paruyk", 0x100055E },
{ "Armenian_AYB", 0x1000531 },
{ "Armenian_ayb", 0x1000561 },
{ "Armenian_BEN", 0x1000532 },
{ "Armenian_ben", 0x1000562 },
{ "Armenian_GIM", 0x1000533 },
{ "Armenian_gim", 0x1000563 },
{ "Armenian_DA", 0x1000534 },
{ "Armenian_da", 0x1000564 },
{ "Armenian_YECH", 0x1000535 },
{ "Armenian_yech", 0x1000565 },
{ "Armenian_ZA", 0x1000536 },
{ "Armenian_za", 0x1000566 },
{ "Armenian_E", 0x1000537 },
{ "Armenian_e", 0x1000567 },
{ "Armenian_AT", 0x1000538 },
{ "Armenian_at", 0x1000568 },
{ "Armenian_TO", 0x1000539 },
{ "Armenian_to", 0x1000569 },
{ "Armenian_ZHE", 0x100053A },
{ "Armenian_zhe", 0x100056A },
{ "Armenian_INI", 0x100053B },
{ "Armenian_ini", 0x100056B },
{ "Armenian_LYUN", 0x100053C },
{ "Armenian_lyun", 0x100056C },
{ "Armenian_KHE", 0x100053D },
{ "Armenian_khe", 0x100056D },
{ "Armenian_TSA", 0x100053E },
{ "Armenian_tsa", 0x100056E },
{ "Armenian_KEN", 0x100053F },
{ "Armenian_ken", 0x100056F },
{ "Armenian_HO", 0x1000540 },
{ "Armenian_ho", 0x1000570 },
{ "Armenian_DZA", 0x1000541 },
{ "Armenian_dza", 0x1000571 },
{ "Armenian_GHAT", 0x1000542 },
{ "Armenian_ghat", 0x1000572 },
{ "Armenian_TCHE", 0x1000543 },
{ "Armenian_tche", 0x1000573 },
{ "Armenian_MEN", 0x1000544 },
{ "Armenian_men", 0x1000574 },
{ "Armenian_HI", 0x1000545 },
{ "Armenian_hi", 0x1000575 },
{ "Armenian_NU", 0x1000546 },
{ "Armenian_nu", 0x1000576 },
{ "Armenian_SHA", 0x1000547 },
{ "Armenian_sha", 0x1000577 },
{ "Armenian_VO", 0x1000548 },
{ "Armenian_vo", 0x1000578 },
{ "Armenian_CHA", 0x1000549 },
{ "Armenian_cha", 0x1000579 },
{ "Armenian_PE", 0x100054A },
{ "Armenian_pe", 0x100057A },
{ "Armenian_JE", 0x100054B },
{ "Armenian_je", 0x100057B },
{ "Armenian_RA", 0x100054C },
{ "Armenian_ra", 0x100057C },
{ "Armenian_SE", 0x100054D },
{ "Armenian_se", 0x100057D },
{ "Armenian_VEV", 0x100054E },
{ "Armenian_vev", 0x100057E },
{ "Armenian_TYUN", 0x100054F },
{ "Armenian_tyun", 0x100057F },
{ "Armenian_RE", 0x1000550 },
{ "Armenian_re", 0x1000580 },
{ "Armenian_TSO", 0x1000551 },
{ "Armenian_tso", 0x1000581 },
{ "Armenian_VYUN", 0x1000552 },
{ "Armenian_vyun", 0x1000582 },
{ "Armenian_PYUR", 0x1000553 },
{ "Armenian_pyur", 0x1000583 },
{ "Armenian_KE", 0x1000554 },
{ "Armenian_ke", 0x1000584 },
{ "Armenian_O", 0x1000555 },
{ "Armenian_o", 0x1000585 },
{ "Armenian_FE", 0x1000556 },
{ "Armenian_fe", 0x1000586 },
{ "Armenian_apostrophe", 0x100055A },
{ "Georgian_an", 0x10010D0 },
{ "Georgian_ban", 0x10010D1 },
{ "Georgian_gan", 0x10010D2 },
{ "Georgian_don", 0x10010D3 },
{ "Georgian_en", 0x10010D4 },
{ "Georgian_vin", 0x10010D5 },
{ "Georgian_zen", 0x10010D6 },
{ "Georgian_tan", 0x10010D7 },
{ "Georgian_in", 0x10010D8 },
{ "Georgian_kan", 0x10010D9 },
{ "Georgian_las", 0x10010DA },
{ "Georgian_man", 0x10010DB },
{ "Georgian_nar", 0x10010DC },
{ "Georgian_on", 0x10010DD },
{ "Georgian_par", 0x10010DE },
{ "Georgian_zhar", 0x10010DF },
{ "Georgian_rae", 0x10010E0 },
{ "Georgian_san", 0x10010E1 },
{ "Georgian_tar", 0x10010E2 },
{ "Georgian_un", 0x10010E3 },
{ "Georgian_phar", 0x10010E4 },
{ "Georgian_khar", 0x10010E5 },
{ "Georgian_ghan", 0x10010E6 },
{ "Georgian_qar", 0x10010E7 },
{ "Georgian_shin", 0x10010E8 },
{ "Georgian_chin", 0x10010E9 },
{ "Georgian_can", 0x10010EA },
{ "Georgian_jil", 0x10010EB },
{ "Georgian_cil", 0x10010EC },
{ "Georgian_char", 0x10010ED },
{ "Georgian_xan", 0x10010EE },
{ "Georgian_jhan", 0x10010EF },
{ "Georgian_hae", 0x10010F0 },
{ "Georgian_he", 0x10010F1 },
{ "Georgian_hie", 0x10010F2 },
{ "Georgian_we", 0x10010F3 },
{ "Georgian_har", 0x10010F4 },
{ "Georgian_hoe", 0x10010F5 },
{ "Georgian_fi", 0x10010F6 },
{ "Xabovedot", 0x1001E8A },
{ "Ibreve", 0x100012C },
{ "Zstroke", 0x10001B5 },
{ "Gcaron", 0x10001E6 },
{ "Ocaron", 0x10001D1 },
{ "Obarred", 0x100019F },
{ "xabovedot", 0x1001E8B },
{ "ibreve", 0x100012D },
{ "zstroke", 0x10001B6 },
{ "gcaron", 0x10001E7 },
{ "ocaron", 0x10001D2 },
{ "obarred", 0x1000275 },
{ "SCHWA", 0x100018F },
{ "schwa", 0x1000259 },
{ "EZH", 0x10001B7 },
{ "ezh", 0x1000292 },
{ "Lbelowdot", 0x1001E36 },
{ "lbelowdot", 0x1001E37 },
{ "Abelowdot", 0x1001EA0 },
{ "abelowdot", 0x1001EA1 },
{ "Ahook", 0x1001EA2 },
{ "ahook", 0x1001EA3 },
{ "Acircumflexacute", 0x1001EA4 },
{ "acircumflexacute", 0x1001EA5 },
{ "Acircumflexgrave", 0x1001EA6 },
{ "acircumflexgrave", 0x1001EA7 },
{ "Acircumflexhook", 0x1001EA8 },
{ "acircumflexhook", 0x1001EA9 },
{ "Acircumflextilde", 0x1001EAA },
{ "acircumflextilde", 0x1001EAB },
{ "Acircumflexbelowdot", 0x1001EAC },
{ "acircumflexbelowdot", 0x1001EAD },
{ "Abreveacute", 0x1001EAE },
{ "abreveacute", 0x1001EAF },
{ "Abrevegrave", 0x1001EB0 },
{ "abrevegrave", 0x1001EB1 },
{ "Abrevehook", 0x1001EB2 },
{ "abrevehook", 0x1001EB3 },
{ "Abrevetilde", 0x1001EB4 },
{ "abrevetilde", 0x1001EB5 },
{ "Abrevebelowdot", 0x1001EB6 },
{ "abrevebelowdot", 0x1001EB7 },
{ "Ebelowdot", 0x1001EB8 },
{ "ebelowdot", 0x1001EB9 },
{ "Ehook", 0x1001EBA },
{ "ehook", 0x1001EBB },
{ "Etilde", 0x1001EBC },
{ "etilde", 0x1001EBD },
{ "Ecircumflexacute", 0x1001EBE },
{ "ecircumflexacute", 0x1001EBF },
{ "Ecircumflexgrave", 0x1001EC0 },
{ "ecircumflexgrave", 0x1001EC1 },
{ "Ecircumflexhook", 0x1001EC2 },
{ "ecircumflexhook", 0x1001EC3 },
{ "Ecircumflextilde", 0x1001EC4 },
{ "ecircumflextilde", 0x1001EC5 },
{ "Ecircumflexbelowdot", 0x1001EC6 },
{ "ecircumflexbelowdot", 0x1001EC7 },
{ "Ihook", 0x1001EC8 },
{ "ihook", 0x1001EC9 },
{ "Ibelowdot", 0x1001ECA },
{ "ibelowdot", 0x1001ECB },
{ "Obelowdot", 0x1001ECC },
{ "obelowdot", 0x1001ECD },
{ "Ohook", 0x1001ECE },
{ "ohook", 0x1001ECF },
{ "Ocircumflexacute", 0x1001ED0 },
{ "ocircumflexacute", 0x1001ED1 },
{ "Ocircumflexgrave", 0x1001ED2 },
{ "ocircumflexgrave", 0x1001ED3 },
{ "Ocircumflexhook", 0x1001ED4 },
{ "ocircumflexhook", 0x1001ED5 },
{ "Ocircumflextilde", 0x1001ED6 },
{ "ocircumflextilde", 0x1001ED7 },
{ "Ocircumflexbelowdot", 0x1001ED8 },
{ "ocircumflexbelowdot", 0x1001ED9 },
{ "Ohornacute", 0x1001EDA },
{ "ohornacute", 0x1001EDB },
{ "Ohorngrave", 0x1001EDC },
{ "ohorngrave", 0x1001EDD },
{ "Ohornhook", 0x1001EDE },
{ "ohornhook", 0x1001EDF },
{ "Ohorntilde", 0x1001EE0 },
{ "ohorntilde", 0x1001EE1 },
{ "Ohornbelowdot", 0x1001EE2 },
{ "ohornbelowdot", 0x1001EE3 },
{ "Ubelowdot", 0x1001EE4 },
{ "ubelowdot", 0x1001EE5 },
{ "Uhook", 0x1001EE6 },
{ "uhook", 0x1001EE7 },
{ "Uhornacute", 0x1001EE8 },
{ "uhornacute", 0x1001EE9 },
{ "Uhorngrave", 0x1001EEA },
{ "uhorngrave", 0x1001EEB },
{ "Uhornhook", 0x1001EEC },
{ "uhornhook", 0x1001EED },
{ "Uhorntilde", 0x1001EEE },
{ "uhorntilde", 0x1001EEF },
{ "Uhornbelowdot", 0x1001EF0 },
{ "uhornbelowdot", 0x1001EF1 },
{ "Ybelowdot", 0x1001EF4 },
{ "ybelowdot", 0x1001EF5 },
{ "Yhook", 0x1001EF6 },
{ "yhook", 0x1001EF7 },
{ "Ytilde", 0x1001EF8 },
{ "ytilde", 0x1001EF9 },
{ "Ohorn", 0x10001A0 },
{ "ohorn", 0x10001A1 },
{ "Uhorn", 0x10001AF },
{ "uhorn", 0x10001B0 },
{ "EcuSign", 0x10020A0 },
{ "ColonSign", 0x10020A1 },
{ "CruzeiroSign", 0x10020A2 },
{ "FFrancSign", 0x10020A3 },
{ "LiraSign", 0x10020A4 },
{ "MillSign", 0x10020A5 },
{ "NairaSign", 0x10020A6 },
{ "PesetaSign", 0x10020A7 },
{ "RupeeSign", 0x10020A8 },
{ "WonSign", 0x10020A9 },
{ "NewSheqelSign", 0x10020AA },
{ "DongSign", 0x10020AB },
{ "EuroSign", 0x20AC },
{ "zerosuperior", 0x1002070 },
{ "foursuperior", 0x1002074 },
{ "fivesuperior", 0x1002075 },
{ "sixsuperior", 0x1002076 },
{ "sevensuperior", 0x1002077 },
{ "eightsuperior", 0x1002078 },
{ "ninesuperior", 0x1002079 },
{ "zerosubscript", 0x1002080 },
{ "onesubscript", 0x1002081 },
{ "twosubscript", 0x1002082 },
{ "threesubscript", 0x1002083 },
{ "foursubscript", 0x1002084 },
{ "fivesubscript", 0x1002085 },
{ "sixsubscript", 0x1002086 },
{ "sevensubscript", 0x1002087 },
{ "eightsubscript", 0x1002088 },
{ "ninesubscript", 0x1002089 },
{ "partdifferential", 0x1002202 },
{ "emptyset", 0x1002205 },
{ "elementof", 0x1002208 },
{ "notelementof", 0x1002209 },
{ "containsas", 0x100220B },
{ "squareroot", 0x100221A },
{ "cuberoot", 0x100221B },
{ "fourthroot", 0x100221C },
{ "dintegral", 0x100222C },
{ "tintegral", 0x100222D },
{ "because", 0x1002235 },
{ "approxeq", 0x1002248 },
{ "notapproxeq", 0x1002247 },
{ "notidentical", 0x1002262 },
{ "stricteq", 0x1002263 },
{ "braille_dot_1", 0xFFF1 },
{ "braille_dot_2", 0xFFF2 },
{ "braille_dot_3", 0xFFF3 },
{ "braille_dot_4", 0xFFF4 },
{ "braille_dot_5", 0xFFF5 },
{ "braille_dot_6", 0xFFF6 },
{ "braille_dot_7", 0xFFF7 },
{ "braille_dot_8", 0xFFF8 },
{ "braille_dot_9", 0xFFF9 },
{ "braille_dot_10", 0xFFFA },
{ "braille_blank", 0x1002800 },
{ "braille_dots_1", 0x1002801 },
{ "braille_dots_2", 0x1002802 },
{ "braille_dots_12", 0x1002803 },
{ "braille_dots_3", 0x1002804 },
{ "braille_dots_13", 0x1002805 },
{ "braille_dots_23", 0x1002806 },
{ "braille_dots_123", 0x1002807 },
{ "braille_dots_4", 0x1002808 },
{ "braille_dots_14", 0x1002809 },
{ "braille_dots_24", 0x100280A },
{ "braille_dots_124", 0x100280B },
{ "braille_dots_34", 0x100280C },
{ "braille_dots_134", 0x100280D },
{ "braille_dots_234", 0x100280E },
{ "braille_dots_1234", 0x100280F },
{ "braille_dots_5", 0x1002810 },
{ "braille_dots_15", 0x1002811 },
{ "braille_dots_25", 0x1002812 },
{ "braille_dots_125", 0x1002813 },
{ "braille_dots_35", 0x1002814 },
{ "braille_dots_135", 0x1002815 },
{ "braille_dots_235", 0x1002816 },
{ "braille_dots_1235", 0x1002817 },
{ "braille_dots_45", 0x1002818 },
{ "braille_dots_145", 0x1002819 },
{ "braille_dots_245", 0x100281A },
{ "braille_dots_1245", 0x100281B },
{ "braille_dots_345", 0x100281C },
{ "braille_dots_1345", 0x100281D },
{ "braille_dots_2345", 0x100281E },
{ "braille_dots_12345", 0x100281F },
{ "braille_dots_6", 0x1002820 },
{ "braille_dots_16", 0x1002821 },
{ "braille_dots_26", 0x1002822 },
{ "braille_dots_126", 0x1002823 },
{ "braille_dots_36", 0x1002824 },
{ "braille_dots_136", 0x1002825 },
{ "braille_dots_236", 0x1002826 },
{ "braille_dots_1236", 0x1002827 },
{ "braille_dots_46", 0x1002828 },
{ "braille_dots_146", 0x1002829 },
{ "braille_dots_246", 0x100282A },
{ "braille_dots_1246", 0x100282B },
{ "braille_dots_346", 0x100282C },
{ "braille_dots_1346", 0x100282D },
{ "braille_dots_2346", 0x100282E },
{ "braille_dots_12346", 0x100282F },
{ "braille_dots_56", 0x1002830 },
{ "braille_dots_156", 0x1002831 },
{ "braille_dots_256", 0x1002832 },
{ "braille_dots_1256", 0x1002833 },
{ "braille_dots_356", 0x1002834 },
{ "braille_dots_1356", 0x1002835 },
{ "braille_dots_2356", 0x1002836 },
{ "braille_dots_12356", 0x1002837 },
{ "braille_dots_456", 0x1002838 },
{ "braille_dots_1456", 0x1002839 },
{ "braille_dots_2456", 0x100283A },
{ "braille_dots_12456", 0x100283B },
{ "braille_dots_3456", 0x100283C },
{ "braille_dots_13456", 0x100283D },
{ "braille_dots_23456", 0x100283E },
{ "braille_dots_123456", 0x100283F },
{ "braille_dots_7", 0x1002840 },
{ "braille_dots_17", 0x1002841 },
{ "braille_dots_27", 0x1002842 },
{ "braille_dots_127", 0x1002843 },
{ "braille_dots_37", 0x1002844 },
{ "braille_dots_137", 0x1002845 },
{ "braille_dots_237", 0x1002846 },
{ "braille_dots_1237", 0x1002847 },
{ "braille_dots_47", 0x1002848 },
{ "braille_dots_147", 0x1002849 },
{ "braille_dots_247", 0x100284A },
{ "braille_dots_1247", 0x100284B },
{ "braille_dots_347", 0x100284C },
{ "braille_dots_1347", 0x100284D },
{ "braille_dots_2347", 0x100284E },
{ "braille_dots_12347", 0x100284F },
{ "braille_dots_57", 0x1002850 },
{ "braille_dots_157", 0x1002851 },
{ "braille_dots_257", 0x1002852 },
{ "braille_dots_1257", 0x1002853 },
{ "braille_dots_357", 0x1002854 },
{ "braille_dots_1357", 0x1002855 },
{ "braille_dots_2357", 0x1002856 },
{ "braille_dots_12357", 0x1002857 },
{ "braille_dots_457", 0x1002858 },
{ "braille_dots_1457", 0x1002859 },
{ "braille_dots_2457", 0x100285A },
{ "braille_dots_12457", 0x100285B },
{ "braille_dots_3457", 0x100285C },
{ "braille_dots_13457", 0x100285D },
{ "braille_dots_23457", 0x100285E },
{ "braille_dots_123457", 0x100285F },
{ "braille_dots_67", 0x1002860 },
{ "braille_dots_167", 0x1002861 },
{ "braille_dots_267", 0x1002862 },
{ "braille_dots_1267", 0x1002863 },
{ "braille_dots_367", 0x1002864 },
{ "braille_dots_1367", 0x1002865 },
{ "braille_dots_2367", 0x1002866 },
{ "braille_dots_12367", 0x1002867 },
{ "braille_dots_467", 0x1002868 },
{ "braille_dots_1467", 0x1002869 },
{ "braille_dots_2467", 0x100286A },
{ "braille_dots_12467", 0x100286B },
{ "braille_dots_3467", 0x100286C },
{ "braille_dots_13467", 0x100286D },
{ "braille_dots_23467", 0x100286E },
{ "braille_dots_123467", 0x100286F },
{ "braille_dots_567", 0x1002870 },
{ "braille_dots_1567", 0x1002871 },
{ "braille_dots_2567", 0x1002872 },
{ "braille_dots_12567", 0x1002873 },
{ "braille_dots_3567", 0x1002874 },
{ "braille_dots_13567", 0x1002875 },
{ "braille_dots_23567", 0x1002876 },
{ "braille_dots_123567", 0x1002877 },
{ "braille_dots_4567", 0x1002878 },
{ "braille_dots_14567", 0x1002879 },
{ "braille_dots_24567", 0x100287A },
{ "braille_dots_124567", 0x100287B },
{ "braille_dots_34567", 0x100287C },
{ "braille_dots_134567", 0x100287D },
{ "braille_dots_234567", 0x100287E },
{ "braille_dots_1234567", 0x100287F },
{ "braille_dots_8", 0x1002880 },
{ "braille_dots_18", 0x1002881 },
{ "braille_dots_28", 0x1002882 },
{ "braille_dots_128", 0x1002883 },
{ "braille_dots_38", 0x1002884 },
{ "braille_dots_138", 0x1002885 },
{ "braille_dots_238", 0x1002886 },
{ "braille_dots_1238", 0x1002887 },
{ "braille_dots_48", 0x1002888 },
{ "braille_dots_148", 0x1002889 },
{ "braille_dots_248", 0x100288A },
{ "braille_dots_1248", 0x100288B },
{ "braille_dots_348", 0x100288C },
{ "braille_dots_1348", 0x100288D },
{ "braille_dots_2348", 0x100288E },
{ "braille_dots_12348", 0x100288F },
{ "braille_dots_58", 0x1002890 },
{ "braille_dots_158", 0x1002891 },
{ "braille_dots_258", 0x1002892 },
{ "braille_dots_1258", 0x1002893 },
{ "braille_dots_358", 0x1002894 },
{ "braille_dots_1358", 0x1002895 },
{ "braille_dots_2358", 0x1002896 },
{ "braille_dots_12358", 0x1002897 },
{ "braille_dots_458", 0x1002898 },
{ "braille_dots_1458", 0x1002899 },
{ "braille_dots_2458", 0x100289A },
{ "braille_dots_12458", 0x100289B },
{ "braille_dots_3458", 0x100289C },
{ "braille_dots_13458", 0x100289D },
{ "braille_dots_23458", 0x100289E },
{ "braille_dots_123458", 0x100289F },
{ "braille_dots_68", 0x10028A0 },
{ "braille_dots_168", 0x10028A1 },
{ "braille_dots_268", 0x10028A2 },
{ "braille_dots_1268", 0x10028A3 },
{ "braille_dots_368", 0x10028A4 },
{ "braille_dots_1368", 0x10028A5 },
{ "braille_dots_2368", 0x10028A6 },
{ "braille_dots_12368", 0x10028A7 },
{ "braille_dots_468", 0x10028A8 },
{ "braille_dots_1468", 0x10028A9 },
{ "braille_dots_2468", 0x10028AA },
{ "braille_dots_12468", 0x10028AB },
{ "braille_dots_3468", 0x10028AC },
{ "braille_dots_13468", 0x10028AD },
{ "braille_dots_23468", 0x10028AE },
{ "braille_dots_123468", 0x10028AF },
{ "braille_dots_568", 0x10028B0 },
{ "braille_dots_1568", 0x10028B1 },
{ "braille_dots_2568", 0x10028B2 },
{ "braille_dots_12568", 0x10028B3 },
{ "braille_dots_3568", 0x10028B4 },
{ "braille_dots_13568", 0x10028B5 },
{ "braille_dots_23568", 0x10028B6 },
{ "braille_dots_123568", 0x10028B7 },
{ "braille_dots_4568", 0x10028B8 },
{ "braille_dots_14568", 0x10028B9 },
{ "braille_dots_24568", 0x10028BA },
{ "braille_dots_124568", 0x10028BB },
{ "braille_dots_34568", 0x10028BC },
{ "braille_dots_134568", 0x10028BD },
{ "braille_dots_234568", 0x10028BE },
{ "braille_dots_1234568", 0x10028BF },
{ "braille_dots_78", 0x10028C0 },
{ "braille_dots_178", 0x10028C1 },
{ "braille_dots_278", 0x10028C2 },
{ "braille_dots_1278", 0x10028C3 },
{ "braille_dots_378", 0x10028C4 },
{ "braille_dots_1378", 0x10028C5 },
{ "braille_dots_2378", 0x10028C6 },
{ "braille_dots_12378", 0x10028C7 },
{ "braille_dots_478", 0x10028C8 },
{ "braille_dots_1478", 0x10028C9 },
{ "braille_dots_2478", 0x10028CA },
{ "braille_dots_12478", 0x10028CB },
{ "braille_dots_3478", 0x10028CC },
{ "braille_dots_13478", 0x10028CD },
{ "braille_dots_23478", 0x10028CE },
{ "braille_dots_123478", 0x10028CF },
{ "braille_dots_578", 0x10028D0 },
{ "braille_dots_1578", 0x10028D1 },
{ "braille_dots_2578", 0x10028D2 },
{ "braille_dots_12578", 0x10028D3 },
{ "braille_dots_3578", 0x10028D4 },
{ "braille_dots_13578", 0x10028D5 },
{ "braille_dots_23578", 0x10028D6 },
{ "braille_dots_123578", 0x10028D7 },
{ "braille_dots_4578", 0x10028D8 },
{ "braille_dots_14578", 0x10028D9 },
{ "braille_dots_24578", 0x10028DA },
{ "braille_dots_124578", 0x10028DB },
{ "braille_dots_34578", 0x10028DC },
{ "braille_dots_134578", 0x10028DD },
{ "braille_dots_234578", 0x10028DE },
{ "braille_dots_1234578", 0x10028DF },
{ "braille_dots_678", 0x10028E0 },
{ "braille_dots_1678", 0x10028E1 },
{ "braille_dots_2678", 0x10028E2 },
{ "braille_dots_12678", 0x10028E3 },
{ "braille_dots_3678", 0x10028E4 },
{ "braille_dots_13678", 0x10028E5 },
{ "braille_dots_23678", 0x10028E6 },
{ "braille_dots_123678", 0x10028E7 },
{ "braille_dots_4678", 0x10028E8 },
{ "braille_dots_14678", 0x10028E9 },
{ "braille_dots_24678", 0x10028EA },
{ "braille_dots_124678", 0x10028EB },
{ "braille_dots_34678", 0x10028EC },
{ "braille_dots_134678", 0x10028ED },
{ "braille_dots_234678", 0x10028EE },
{ "braille_dots_1234678", 0x10028EF },
{ "braille_dots_5678", 0x10028F0 },
{ "braille_dots_15678", 0x10028F1 },
{ "braille_dots_25678", 0x10028F2 },
{ "braille_dots_125678", 0x10028F3 },
{ "braille_dots_35678", 0x10028F4 },
{ "braille_dots_135678", 0x10028F5 },
{ "braille_dots_235678", 0x10028F6 },
{ "braille_dots_1235678", 0x10028F7 },
{ "braille_dots_45678", 0x10028F8 },
{ "braille_dots_145678", 0x10028F9 },
{ "braille_dots_245678", 0x10028FA },
{ "braille_dots_1245678", 0x10028FB },
{ "braille_dots_345678", 0x10028FC },
{ "braille_dots_1345678", 0x10028FD },
{ "braille_dots_2345678", 0x10028FE },
{ "braille_dots_12345678", 0x10028FF },
{ "Sinh_ng", 0x1000D82 },
{ "Sinh_h2", 0x1000D83 },
{ "Sinh_a", 0x1000D85 },
{ "Sinh_aa", 0x1000D86 },
{ "Sinh_ae", 0x1000D87 },
{ "Sinh_aee", 0x1000D88 },
{ "Sinh_i", 0x1000D89 },
{ "Sinh_ii", 0x1000D8A },
{ "Sinh_u", 0x1000D8B },
{ "Sinh_uu", 0x1000D8C },
{ "Sinh_ri", 0x1000D8D },
{ "Sinh_rii", 0x1000D8E },
{ "Sinh_lu", 0x1000D8F },
{ "Sinh_luu", 0x1000D90 },
{ "Sinh_e", 0x1000D91 },
{ "Sinh_ee", 0x1000D92 },
{ "Sinh_ai", 0x1000D93 },
{ "Sinh_o", 0x1000D94 },
{ "Sinh_oo", 0x1000D95 },
{ "Sinh_au", 0x1000D96 },
{ "Sinh_ka", 0x1000D9A },
{ "Sinh_kha", 0x1000D9B },
{ "Sinh_ga", 0x1000D9C },
{ "Sinh_gha", 0x1000D9D },
{ "Sinh_ng2", 0x1000D9E },
{ "Sinh_nga", 0x1000D9F },
{ "Sinh_ca", 0x1000DA0 },
{ "Sinh_cha", 0x1000DA1 },
{ "Sinh_ja", 0x1000DA2 },
{ "Sinh_jha", 0x1000DA3 },
{ "Sinh_nya", 0x1000DA4 },
{ "Sinh_jnya", 0x1000DA5 },
{ "Sinh_nja", 0x1000DA6 },
{ "Sinh_tta", 0x1000DA7 },
{ "Sinh_ttha", 0x1000DA8 },
{ "Sinh_dda", 0x1000DA9 },
{ "Sinh_ddha", 0x1000DAA },
{ "Sinh_nna", 0x1000DAB },
{ "Sinh_ndda", 0x1000DAC },
{ "Sinh_tha", 0x1000DAD },
{ "Sinh_thha", 0x1000DAE },
{ "Sinh_dha", 0x1000DAF },
{ "Sinh_dhha", 0x1000DB0 },
{ "Sinh_na", 0x1000DB1 },
{ "Sinh_ndha", 0x1000DB3 },
{ "Sinh_pa", 0x1000DB4 },
{ "Sinh_pha", 0x1000DB5 },
{ "Sinh_ba", 0x1000DB6 },
{ "Sinh_bha", 0x1000DB7 },
{ "Sinh_ma", 0x1000DB8 },
{ "Sinh_mba", 0x1000DB9 },
{ "Sinh_ya", 0x1000DBA },
{ "Sinh_ra", 0x1000DBB },
{ "Sinh_la", 0x1000DBD },
{ "Sinh_va", 0x1000DC0 },
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{ "Sinh_ai2", 0x1000DDB },
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{ "leftshoe", 0xBDA },
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{ "righttack", 0xBFC },
{ "hebrew_doublelowline", 0xCDF },
{ "hebrew_aleph", 0xCE0 },
{ "hebrew_bet", 0xCE1 },

{ "hebrew_beth", 0xCE1 },

{ "hebrew_gimel", 0xCE2 },

{ "hebrew_gimmel", 0xCE2 },

{ "hebrew_dalet", 0xCE3 },

{ "hebrew_daleth", 0xCE3 },

{ "hebrew_he", 0xCE4 },
{ "hebrew_waw", 0xCE5 },
{ "hebrew_zain", 0xCE6 },

{ "hebrew_zayin", 0xCE6 },

{ "hebrew_chet", 0xCE7 },

{ "hebrew_het", 0xCE7 },

{ "hebrew_tet", 0xCE8 },

{ "hebrew_teth", 0xCE8 },

{ "hebrew_yod", 0xCE9 },
{ "hebrew_finalkaph", 0xCEA },
{ "hebrew_kaph", 0xCEB },
{ "hebrew_lamed", 0xCEC },
{ "hebrew_finalmem", 0xCED },
{ "hebrew_mem", 0xCEE },
{ "hebrew_finalnun", 0xCEF },
{ "hebrew_nun", 0xCF0 },
{ "hebrew_samech", 0xCF1 },

{ "hebrew_samekh", 0xCF1 },

{ "hebrew_ayin", 0xCF2 },
{ "hebrew_finalpe", 0xCF3 },
{ "hebrew_pe", 0xCF4 },
{ "hebrew_finalzade", 0xCF5 },

{ "hebrew_finalzadi", 0xCF5 },

{ "hebrew_zade", 0xCF6 },

{ "hebrew_zadi", 0xCF6 },

{ "hebrew_qoph", 0xCF7 },

{ "hebrew_kuf", 0xCF7 },

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{ "XF86MonBrightnessDown", 0x1008FF03 },
{ "XF86KbdLightOnOff", 0x1008FF04 },
{ "XF86KbdBrightnessUp", 0x1008FF05 },
{ "XF86KbdBrightnessDown", 0x1008FF06 },
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{ "XF86Next_VMode", 0x1008FE22 },
{ "XF86Prev_VMode", 0x1008FE23 },
{ "XF86LogWindowTree", 0x1008FE24 },
{ "XF86LogGrabInfo", 0x1008FE25 },
{ "SunFA_Grave", 0x1005FF00 },
{ "SunFA_Circum", 0x1005FF01 },
{ "SunFA_Tilde", 0x1005FF02 },
{ "SunFA_Acute", 0x1005FF03 },
{ "SunFA_Diaeresis", 0x1005FF04 },
{ "SunFA_Cedilla", 0x1005FF05 },
{ "SunF36", 0x1005FF10 },
{ "SunF37", 0x1005FF11 },
{ "SunSys_Req", 0x1005FF60 },
{ "SunProps", 0x1005FF70 },
{ "SunFront", 0x1005FF71 },
{ "SunCopy", 0x1005FF72 },
{ "SunOpen", 0x1005FF73 },
{ "SunPaste", 0x1005FF74 },
{ "SunCut", 0x1005FF75 },
{ "SunPowerSwitch", 0x1005FF76 },
{ "SunAudioLowerVolume", 0x1005FF77 },
{ "SunAudioMute", 0x1005FF78 },
{ "SunAudioRaiseVolume", 0x1005FF79 },
{ "SunVideoDegauss", 0x1005FF7A },
{ "SunVideoLowerBrightness", 0x1005FF7B },
{ "SunVideoRaiseBrightness", 0x1005FF7C },
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/*
 * Copyright (c) 2013-14 Mikko Mononen [email protected]
 *
 * This software is provided 'as-is', without any express or implied
 * warranty.  In no event will the authors be held liable for any damages
 * arising from the use of this software.
 *
 * Permission is granted to anyone to use this software for any purpose,
 * including commercial applications, and to alter it and redistribute it
 * freely, subject to the following restrictions:
 *
 * 1. The origin of this software must not be misrepresented; you must not
 * claim that you wrote the original software. If you use this software
 * in a product, an acknowledgment in the product documentation would be
 * appreciated but is not required.
 * 2. Altered source versions must be plainly marked as such, and must not be
 * misrepresented as being the original software.
 * 3. This notice may not be removed or altered from any source distribution.
 *
 * The SVG parser is based on Anti-Grain Geometry 2.4 SVG example
 * Copyright (C) 2002-2004 Maxim Shemanarev (McSeem) (http://www.antigrain.com/)
 *
 * Arc calculation code based on canvg (https://code.google.com/p/canvg/)
 *
 * Bounding box calculation based on http://blog.hackers-cafe.net/2009/06/how-to-calculate-bezier-curves-bounding.html
 *
 */

#ifndef NANOSVG_H
#define NANOSVG_H

#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif

// NanoSVG is a simple stupid single-header-file SVG parse. The output of the parser is a list of cubic bezier shapes.
//
// The library suits well for anything from rendering scalable icons in your editor application to prototyping a game.
//
// NanoSVG supports a wide range of SVG features, but something may be missing, feel free to create a pull request!
//
// The shapes in the SVG images are transformed by the viewBox and converted to specified units.
// That is, you should get the same looking data as your designed in your favorite app.
//
// NanoSVG can return the paths in few different units. For example if you want to render an image, you may choose
// to get the paths in pixels, or if you are feeding the data into a CNC-cutter, you may want to use millimeters.
//
// The units passed to NanoSVG should be one of: 'px', 'pt', 'pc' 'mm', 'cm', or 'in'.
// DPI (dots-per-inch) controls how the unit conversion is done.
//
// If you don't know or care about the units stuff, "px" and 96 should get you going.


/* Example Usage:
	// Load SVG
	NSVGimage* image;
	image = nsvgParseFromFile("test.svg", "px", 96);
	printf("size: %f x %f\n", image->width, image->height);
	// Use...
	for (NSVGshape *shape = image->shapes; shape != NULL; shape = shape->next) {
		for (NSVGpath *path = shape->paths; path != NULL; path = path->next) {
			for (int i = 0; i < path->npts-1; i += 3) {
				float* p = &path->pts[i*2];
				drawCubicBez(p[0],p[1], p[2],p[3], p[4],p[5], p[6],p[7]);
			}
		}
	}
	// Delete
	nsvgDelete(image);
*/

#ifndef NANOSVG_SCOPE
#define NANOSVG_SCOPE
#endif

#ifndef NANOSVG_malloc
#define NANOSVG_malloc malloc
#endif

#ifndef NANOSVG_realloc
#define NANOSVG_realloc realloc
#endif

#ifndef NANOSVG_free
#define NANOSVG_free free
#endif

// float emulation for MS VC6++ compiler
#if defined(_MSC_VER) && (_MSC_VER == 1200)
#define tanf(a) (float)tan(a)
#define cosf(a) (float)cos(a)
#define sinf(a) (float)sin(a)
#define sqrtf(a) (float)sqrt(a)
#define fabsf(a) (float)fabs(a)
#define acosf(a) (float)acos(a)
#define atan2f(a,b) (float)atan2(a,b)
#define ceilf(a) (float)ceil(a)
#define fmodf(a,b) (float)fmod(a,b)
#define floorf(a) (float)floor(a)
#endif
// float emulation for MS VC8++ compiler
#if defined(_MSC_VER) && (_MSC_VER == 1400)
#define fabsf(a) (float)fabs(a)
#endif

enum NSVGpaintType {
	NSVG_PAINT_NONE = 0,
	NSVG_PAINT_COLOR = 1,
	NSVG_PAINT_LINEAR_GRADIENT = 2,
	NSVG_PAINT_RADIAL_GRADIENT = 3
};

enum NSVGspreadType {
	NSVG_SPREAD_PAD = 0,
	NSVG_SPREAD_REFLECT = 1,
	NSVG_SPREAD_REPEAT = 2
};

enum NSVGlineJoin {
	NSVG_JOIN_MITER = 0,
	NSVG_JOIN_ROUND = 1,
	NSVG_JOIN_BEVEL = 2
};

enum NSVGlineCap {
	NSVG_CAP_BUTT = 0,
	NSVG_CAP_ROUND = 1,
	NSVG_CAP_SQUARE = 2
};

enum NSVGfillRule {
	NSVG_FILLRULE_NONZERO = 0,
	NSVG_FILLRULE_EVENODD = 1
};

enum NSVGflags {
	NSVG_FLAGS_VISIBLE = 0x01
};

typedef struct NSVGgradientStop {
	unsigned int color;
	float offset;
} NSVGgradientStop;

typedef struct NSVGgradient {
	float xform[6];
	char spread;
	float fx, fy;
	int nstops;
	NSVGgradientStop stops[1];
} NSVGgradient;

typedef struct NSVGpaint {
	char type;
	union {
		unsigned int color;
		NSVGgradient* gradient;
	};
} NSVGpaint;

typedef struct NSVGpath
{
	float* pts;					// Cubic bezier points: x0,y0, [cpx1,cpx1,cpx2,cpy2,x1,y1], ...
	int npts;					// Total number of bezier points.
	char closed;				// Flag indicating if shapes should be treated as closed.
	float bounds[4];			// Tight bounding box of the shape [minx,miny,maxx,maxy].
	struct NSVGpath* next;		// Pointer to next path, or NULL if last element.
} NSVGpath;

typedef struct NSVGshape
{
	char id[64];				// Optional 'id' attr of the shape or its group
	NSVGpaint fill;				// Fill paint
	NSVGpaint stroke;			// Stroke paint
	float opacity;				// Opacity of the shape.
	float strokeWidth;			// Stroke width (scaled).
	float strokeDashOffset;		// Stroke dash offset (scaled).
	float strokeDashArray[8];			// Stroke dash array (scaled).
	char strokeDashCount;				// Number of dash values in dash array.
	char strokeLineJoin;		// Stroke join type.
	char strokeLineCap;			// Stroke cap type.
	float miterLimit;			// Miter limit
	char fillRule;				// Fill rule, see NSVGfillRule.
	unsigned char flags;		// Logical or of NSVG_FLAGS_* flags
	float bounds[4];			// Tight bounding box of the shape [minx,miny,maxx,maxy].
	NSVGpath* paths;			// Linked list of paths in the image.
	struct NSVGshape* next;		// Pointer to next shape, or NULL if last element.
} NSVGshape;

typedef struct NSVGimage
{
	float width;				// Width of the image.
	float height;				// Height of the image.
	NSVGshape* shapes;			// Linked list of shapes in the image.
} NSVGimage;

// Parses SVG file from a file, returns SVG image as paths.
NANOSVG_SCOPE NSVGimage* nsvgParseFromFile(const char* filename, const char* units, float dpi);

// Parses SVG file from a null terminated string, returns SVG image as paths.
// Important note: changes the string.
NANOSVG_SCOPE NSVGimage* nsvgParse(char* input, const char* units, float dpi);

// Deletes list of paths.
NANOSVG_SCOPE void nsvgDelete(NSVGimage* image);

#ifdef __cplusplus
}
#endif

#endif // NANOSVG_H

#ifdef NANOSVG_IMPLEMENTATION

#include <string.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <math.h>

#define NSVG_PI (3.14159265358979323846264338327f)
#define NSVG_KAPPA90 (0.5522847493f)	// Length proportional to radius of a cubic bezier handle for 90deg arcs.

#define NSVG_ALIGN_MIN 0
#define NSVG_ALIGN_MID 1
#define NSVG_ALIGN_MAX 2
#define NSVG_ALIGN_NONE 0
#define NSVG_ALIGN_MEET 1
#define NSVG_ALIGN_SLICE 2

#define NSVG_NOTUSED(v) do { (void)(1 ? (void)0 : ( (void)(v) ) ); } while(0)
#define NSVG_RGB(r, g, b) (((unsigned int)r) | ((unsigned int)g << 8) | ((unsigned int)b << 16))

#ifdef _MSC_VER
	#pragma warning (disable: 4996) // Switch off security warnings
	#pragma warning (disable: 4100) // Switch off unreferenced formal parameter warnings
	#ifdef __cplusplus
	#define NSVG_INLINE inline
	#else
	#define NSVG_INLINE
	#endif
	#if !defined(strtoll)           // old MSVC versions do not have strtoll()
		#define strtoll _strtoi64
	#endif
#else
	#define NSVG_INLINE inline
#endif


static int nsvg__isspace(char c)
{
	return strchr(" \t\n\v\f\r", c) != 0;
}

static int nsvg__isdigit(char c)
{
	return c >= '0' && c <= '9';
}

static NSVG_INLINE float nsvg__minf(float a, float b) { return a < b ? a : b; }
static NSVG_INLINE float nsvg__maxf(float a, float b) { return a > b ? a : b; }


// Simple XML parser

#define NSVG_XML_TAG 1
#define NSVG_XML_CONTENT 2
#define NSVG_XML_MAX_ATTRIBS 256

static void nsvg__parseContent(char* s,
							   void (*contentCb)(void* ud, const char* s),
							   void* ud)
{
	// Trim start white spaces
	while (*s && nsvg__isspace(*s)) s++;
	if (!*s) return;

	if (contentCb)
		(*contentCb)(ud, s);
}

static void nsvg__parseElement(char* s,
							   void (*startelCb)(void* ud, const char* el, const char** attr),
							   void (*endelCb)(void* ud, const char* el),
							   void* ud)
{
	const char* attr[NSVG_XML_MAX_ATTRIBS];
	int nattr = 0;
	char* cbname;
	int start = 0;
	int end = 0;
	char quote;

	// Skip white space after the '<'
	while (*s && nsvg__isspace(*s)) s++;

	// Check if the tag is end tag
	if (*s == '/') {
		s++;
		end = 1;
	} else {
		start = 1;
	}

	// Skip comments, data and preprocessor stuff.
	if (!*s || *s == '?' || *s == '!')
		return;

	// Get tag name
	cbname = s;
	while (*s && !nsvg__isspace(*s)) s++;
	if (*s) { *s++ = '\0'; }

	// Get attribs
	while (!end && *s && nattr < NSVG_XML_MAX_ATTRIBS-3) {
		char* name = NULL;
		char* value = NULL;

		// Skip white space before the attrib name
		while (*s && nsvg__isspace(*s)) s++;
		if (!*s) break;
		if (*s == '/') {
			end = 1;
			break;
		}
		name = s;
		// Find end of the attrib name.
		while (*s && !nsvg__isspace(*s) && *s != '=') s++;
		if (*s) { *s++ = '\0'; }
		// Skip until the beginning of the value.
		while (*s && *s != '\"' && *s != '\'') s++;
		if (!*s) break;
		quote = *s;
		s++;
		// Store value and find the end of it.
		value = s;
		while (*s && *s != quote) s++;
		if (*s) { *s++ = '\0'; }

		// Store only well formed attributes
		if (name && value) {
			attr[nattr++] = name;
			attr[nattr++] = value;
		}
	}

	// List terminator
	attr[nattr++] = 0;
	attr[nattr++] = 0;

	// Call callbacks.
	if (start && startelCb)
		(*startelCb)(ud, cbname, attr);
	if (end && endelCb)
		(*endelCb)(ud, cbname);
}

NANOSVG_SCOPE
int nsvg__parseXML(char* input,
				   void (*startelCb)(void* ud, const char* el, const char** attr),
				   void (*endelCb)(void* ud, const char* el),
				   void (*contentCb)(void* ud, const char* s),
				   void* ud)
{
	char* s = input;
	char* mark = s;
	int state = NSVG_XML_CONTENT;
	while (*s) {
		if (*s == '<' && state == NSVG_XML_CONTENT) {
			// Start of a tag
			*s++ = '\0';
			nsvg__parseContent(mark, contentCb, ud);
			mark = s;
			state = NSVG_XML_TAG;
		} else if (*s == '>' && state == NSVG_XML_TAG) {
			// Start of a content or new tag.
			*s++ = '\0';
			nsvg__parseContent(mark, contentCb, ud);
			nsvg__parseElement(mark, startelCb, endelCb, ud);
			mark = s;
			state = NSVG_XML_CONTENT;
		} else {
			s++;
		}
	}

	return 1;
}


/* Simple SVG parser. */

#define NSVG_MAX_ATTR 128

enum NSVGgradientUnits {
	NSVG_USER_SPACE = 0,
	NSVG_OBJECT_SPACE = 1
};

#define NSVG_MAX_DASHES 8

enum NSVGunits {
	NSVG_UNITS_USER,
	NSVG_UNITS_PX,
	NSVG_UNITS_PT,
	NSVG_UNITS_PC,
	NSVG_UNITS_MM,
	NSVG_UNITS_CM,
	NSVG_UNITS_IN,
	NSVG_UNITS_PERCENT,
	NSVG_UNITS_EM,
	NSVG_UNITS_EX
};

enum NSVGvisible {
	NSVG_VIS_DISPLAY = 1,
	NSVG_VIS_VISIBLE = 2
};

typedef struct NSVGcoordinate {
	float value;
	int units;
} NSVGcoordinate;

typedef struct NSVGlinearData {
	NSVGcoordinate x1, y1, x2, y2;
} NSVGlinearData;

typedef struct NSVGradialData {
	NSVGcoordinate cx, cy, r, fx, fy;
} NSVGradialData;

typedef struct NSVGgradientData
{
	char id[64];
	char ref[64];
	char type;
	union {
		NSVGlinearData linear;
		NSVGradialData radial;
	};
	char spread;
	char units;
	float xform[6];
	int nstops;
	NSVGgradientStop* stops;
	struct NSVGgradientData* next;
} NSVGgradientData;

typedef struct NSVGattrib
{
	char id[64];
	float xform[6];
	unsigned int fillColor;
	unsigned int strokeColor;
	float opacity;
	float fillOpacity;
	float strokeOpacity;
	char fillGradient[64];
	char strokeGradient[64];
	float strokeWidth;
	float strokeDashOffset;
	float strokeDashArray[NSVG_MAX_DASHES];
	int strokeDashCount;
	char strokeLineJoin;
	char strokeLineCap;
	float miterLimit;
	char fillRule;
	float fontSize;
	unsigned int stopColor;
	float stopOpacity;
	float stopOffset;
	char hasFill;
	char hasStroke;
	char visible;
} NSVGattrib;

typedef struct NSVGstyles
{
	char*	name;
	char* description;
	struct NSVGstyles* next;
} NSVGstyles;

typedef struct NSVGparser
{
	NSVGattrib attr[NSVG_MAX_ATTR];
	int attrHead;
	float* pts;
	int npts;
	int cpts;
	NSVGpath* plist;
	NSVGimage* image;
	NSVGstyles* styles;
	NSVGgradientData* gradients;
	NSVGshape* shapesTail;
	float viewMinx, viewMiny, viewWidth, viewHeight;
	int alignX, alignY, alignType;
	float dpi;
	char pathFlag;
	char defsFlag;
	char styleFlag;
} NSVGparser;

static void nsvg__xformIdentity(float* t)
{
	t[0] = 1.0f; t[1] = 0.0f;
	t[2] = 0.0f; t[3] = 1.0f;
	t[4] = 0.0f; t[5] = 0.0f;
}

static void nsvg__xformSetTranslation(float* t, float tx, float ty)
{
	t[0] = 1.0f; t[1] = 0.0f;
	t[2] = 0.0f; t[3] = 1.0f;
	t[4] = tx; t[5] = ty;
}

static void nsvg__xformSetScale(float* t, float sx, float sy)
{
	t[0] = sx; t[1] = 0.0f;
	t[2] = 0.0f; t[3] = sy;
	t[4] = 0.0f; t[5] = 0.0f;
}

static void nsvg__xformSetSkewX(float* t, float a)
{
	t[0] = 1.0f; t[1] = 0.0f;
	t[2] = tanf(a); t[3] = 1.0f;
	t[4] = 0.0f; t[5] = 0.0f;
}

static void nsvg__xformSetSkewY(float* t, float a)
{
	t[0] = 1.0f; t[1] = tanf(a);
	t[2] = 0.0f; t[3] = 1.0f;
	t[4] = 0.0f; t[5] = 0.0f;
}

static void nsvg__xformSetRotation(float* t, float a)
{
	float cs = cosf(a), sn = sinf(a);
	t[0] = cs; t[1] = sn;
	t[2] = -sn; t[3] = cs;
	t[4] = 0.0f; t[5] = 0.0f;
}

static void nsvg__xformMultiply(float* t, float* s)
{
	float t0 = t[0] * s[0] + t[1] * s[2];
	float t2 = t[2] * s[0] + t[3] * s[2];
	float t4 = t[4] * s[0] + t[5] * s[2] + s[4];
	t[1] = t[0] * s[1] + t[1] * s[3];
	t[3] = t[2] * s[1] + t[3] * s[3];
	t[5] = t[4] * s[1] + t[5] * s[3] + s[5];
	t[0] = t0;
	t[2] = t2;
	t[4] = t4;
}

static void nsvg__xformInverse(float* inv, float* t)
{
	double invdet, det = (double)t[0] * t[3] - (double)t[2] * t[1];
	if (det > -1e-6 && det < 1e-6) {
		nsvg__xformIdentity(t);
		return;
	}
	invdet = 1.0 / det;
	inv[0] = (float)(t[3] * invdet);
	inv[2] = (float)(-t[2] * invdet);
	inv[4] = (float)(((double)t[2] * t[5] - (double)t[3] * t[4]) * invdet);
	inv[1] = (float)(-t[1] * invdet);
	inv[3] = (float)(t[0] * invdet);
	inv[5] = (float)(((double)t[1] * t[4] - (double)t[0] * t[5]) * invdet);
}

static void nsvg__xformPremultiply(float* t, float* s)
{
	float s2[6];
	memcpy(s2, s, sizeof(float)*6);
	nsvg__xformMultiply(s2, t);
	memcpy(t, s2, sizeof(float)*6);
}

static void nsvg__xformPoint(float* dx, float* dy, float x, float y, float* t)
{
	*dx = x*t[0] + y*t[2] + t[4];
	*dy = x*t[1] + y*t[3] + t[5];
}

static void nsvg__xformVec(float* dx, float* dy, float x, float y, float* t)
{
	*dx = x*t[0] + y*t[2];
	*dy = x*t[1] + y*t[3];
}

#define NSVG_EPSILON (1e-12)

static int nsvg__ptInBounds(float* pt, float* bounds)
{
	return pt[0] >= bounds[0] && pt[0] <= bounds[2] && pt[1] >= bounds[1] && pt[1] <= bounds[3];
}


static double nsvg__evalBezier(double t, double p0, double p1, double p2, double p3)
{
	double it = 1.0-t;
	return it*it*it*p0 + 3.0*it*it*t*p1 + 3.0*it*t*t*p2 + t*t*t*p3;
}

static void nsvg__curveBounds(float* bounds, float* curve)
{
	int i, j, count;
	double roots[2], a, b, c, b2ac, t, v;
	float* v0 = &curve[0];
	float* v1 = &curve[2];
	float* v2 = &curve[4];
	float* v3 = &curve[6];

	// Start the bounding box by end points
	bounds[0] = nsvg__minf(v0[0], v3[0]);
	bounds[1] = nsvg__minf(v0[1], v3[1]);
	bounds[2] = nsvg__maxf(v0[0], v3[0]);
	bounds[3] = nsvg__maxf(v0[1], v3[1]);

	// Bezier curve fits inside the convex hull of it's control points.
	// If control points are inside the bounds, we're done.
	if (nsvg__ptInBounds(v1, bounds) && nsvg__ptInBounds(v2, bounds))
		return;

	// Add bezier curve inflection points in X and Y.
	for (i = 0; i < 2; i++) {
		a = -3.0 * v0[i] + 9.0 * v1[i] - 9.0 * v2[i] + 3.0 * v3[i];
		b = 6.0 * v0[i] - 12.0 * v1[i] + 6.0 * v2[i];
		c = 3.0 * v1[i] - 3.0 * v0[i];
		count = 0;
		if (fabs(a) < NSVG_EPSILON) {
			if (fabs(b) > NSVG_EPSILON) {
				t = -c / b;
				if (t > NSVG_EPSILON && t < 1.0-NSVG_EPSILON)
					roots[count++] = t;
			}
		} else {
			b2ac = b*b - 4.0*c*a;
			if (b2ac > NSVG_EPSILON) {
				t = (-b + sqrt(b2ac)) / (2.0 * a);
				if (t > NSVG_EPSILON && t < 1.0-NSVG_EPSILON)
					roots[count++] = t;
				t = (-b - sqrt(b2ac)) / (2.0 * a);
				if (t > NSVG_EPSILON && t < 1.0-NSVG_EPSILON)
					roots[count++] = t;
			}
		}
		for (j = 0; j < count; j++) {
			v = nsvg__evalBezier(roots[j], v0[i], v1[i], v2[i], v3[i]);
			bounds[0+i] = nsvg__minf(bounds[0+i], (float)v);
			bounds[2+i] = nsvg__maxf(bounds[2+i], (float)v);
		}
	}
}

static NSVGparser* nsvg__createParser(void)
{
	NSVGparser* p;
	p = (NSVGparser*)NANOSVG_malloc(sizeof(NSVGparser));
	if (p == NULL) goto error;
	memset(p, 0, sizeof(NSVGparser));

	p->image = (NSVGimage*)NANOSVG_malloc(sizeof(NSVGimage));
	if (p->image == NULL) goto error;
	memset(p->image, 0, sizeof(NSVGimage));

	// Init style
	nsvg__xformIdentity(p->attr[0].xform);
	memset(p->attr[0].id, 0, sizeof p->attr[0].id);
	p->attr[0].fillColor = NSVG_RGB(0,0,0);
	p->attr[0].strokeColor = NSVG_RGB(0,0,0);
	p->attr[0].opacity = 1;
	p->attr[0].fillOpacity = 1;
	p->attr[0].strokeOpacity = 1;
	p->attr[0].stopOpacity = 1;
	p->attr[0].strokeWidth = 1;
	p->attr[0].strokeLineJoin = NSVG_JOIN_MITER;
	p->attr[0].strokeLineCap = NSVG_CAP_BUTT;
	p->attr[0].miterLimit = 4;
	p->attr[0].fillRule = NSVG_FILLRULE_NONZERO;
	p->attr[0].hasFill = 1;
	p->attr[0].visible = NSVG_VIS_DISPLAY | NSVG_VIS_VISIBLE;

	return p;

error:
	if (p) {
		if (p->image) NANOSVG_free(p->image);
		NANOSVG_free(p);
	}
	return NULL;
}

static void nsvg__deleteStyles(NSVGstyles* style) {
	while (style) {
		NSVGstyles *next = style->next;
		if (style->name!= NULL)
			NANOSVG_free(style->name);
		if (style->description != NULL)
			NANOSVG_free(style->description);
		NANOSVG_free(style);
		style = next;
	}
}

static void nsvg__deletePaths(NSVGpath* path)
{
	while (path) {
		NSVGpath *next = path->next;
		if (path->pts != NULL)
			NANOSVG_free(path->pts);
		NANOSVG_free(path);
		path = next;
	}
}

static void nsvg__deletePaint(NSVGpaint* paint)
{
	if (paint->type == NSVG_PAINT_LINEAR_GRADIENT || paint->type == NSVG_PAINT_RADIAL_GRADIENT)
		NANOSVG_free(paint->gradient);
}

static void nsvg__deleteGradientData(NSVGgradientData* grad)
{
	NSVGgradientData* next;
	while (grad != NULL) {
		next = grad->next;
		NANOSVG_free(grad->stops);
		NANOSVG_free(grad);
		grad = next;
	}
}

static void nsvg__deleteParser(NSVGparser* p)
{
	if (p != NULL) {
		nsvg__deleteStyles(p->styles);
		nsvg__deletePaths(p->plist);
		nsvg__deleteGradientData(p->gradients);
		nsvgDelete(p->image);
		NANOSVG_free(p->pts);
		NANOSVG_free(p);
	}
}

static void nsvg__resetPath(NSVGparser* p)
{
	p->npts = 0;
}

static void nsvg__addPoint(NSVGparser* p, float x, float y)
{
	if (p->npts+1 > p->cpts) {
		p->cpts = p->cpts ? p->cpts*2 : 8;
		p->pts = (float*)NANOSVG_realloc(p->pts, p->cpts*2*sizeof(float));
		if (!p->pts) return;
	}
	p->pts[p->npts*2+0] = x;
	p->pts[p->npts*2+1] = y;
	p->npts++;
}

static void nsvg__moveTo(NSVGparser* p, float x, float y)
{
	if (p->npts > 0) {
		p->pts[(p->npts-1)*2+0] = x;
		p->pts[(p->npts-1)*2+1] = y;
	} else {
		nsvg__addPoint(p, x, y);
	}
}

static void nsvg__lineTo(NSVGparser* p, float x, float y)
{
	float px,py, dx,dy;
	if (p->npts > 0) {
		px = p->pts[(p->npts-1)*2+0];
		py = p->pts[(p->npts-1)*2+1];
		dx = x - px;
		dy = y - py;
		nsvg__addPoint(p, px + dx/3.0f, py + dy/3.0f);
		nsvg__addPoint(p, x - dx/3.0f, y - dy/3.0f);
		nsvg__addPoint(p, x, y);
	}
}

static void nsvg__cubicBezTo(NSVGparser* p, float cpx1, float cpy1, float cpx2, float cpy2, float x, float y)
{
	if (p->npts > 0) {
		nsvg__addPoint(p, cpx1, cpy1);
		nsvg__addPoint(p, cpx2, cpy2);
		nsvg__addPoint(p, x, y);
	}
}

static NSVGattrib* nsvg__getAttr(NSVGparser* p)
{
	return &p->attr[p->attrHead];
}

static void nsvg__pushAttr(NSVGparser* p)
{
	if (p->attrHead < NSVG_MAX_ATTR-1) {
		p->attrHead++;
		memcpy(&p->attr[p->attrHead], &p->attr[p->attrHead-1], sizeof(NSVGattrib));
	}
}

static void nsvg__popAttr(NSVGparser* p)
{
	if (p->attrHead > 0)
		p->attrHead--;
}

static float nsvg__actualOrigX(NSVGparser* p)
{
	return p->viewMinx;
}

static float nsvg__actualOrigY(NSVGparser* p)
{
	return p->viewMiny;
}

static float nsvg__actualWidth(NSVGparser* p)
{
	return p->viewWidth;
}

static float nsvg__actualHeight(NSVGparser* p)
{
	return p->viewHeight;
}

static float nsvg__actualLength(NSVGparser* p)
{
	float w = nsvg__actualWidth(p), h = nsvg__actualHeight(p);
	return sqrtf(w*w + h*h) / sqrtf(2.0f);
}

static float nsvg__convertToPixels(NSVGparser* p, NSVGcoordinate c, float orig, float length)
{
	NSVGattrib* attr = nsvg__getAttr(p);
	switch (c.units) {
		case NSVG_UNITS_USER:		return c.value;
		case NSVG_UNITS_PX:			return c.value;
		case NSVG_UNITS_PT:			return c.value / 72.0f * p->dpi;
		case NSVG_UNITS_PC:			return c.value / 6.0f * p->dpi;
		case NSVG_UNITS_MM:			return c.value / 25.4f * p->dpi;
		case NSVG_UNITS_CM:			return c.value / 2.54f * p->dpi;
		case NSVG_UNITS_IN:			return c.value * p->dpi;
		case NSVG_UNITS_EM:			return c.value * attr->fontSize;
		case NSVG_UNITS_EX:			return c.value * attr->fontSize * 0.52f; // x-height of Helvetica.
		case NSVG_UNITS_PERCENT:	return orig + c.value / 100.0f * length;
		default:					return c.value;
	}
	return c.value;
}

static NSVGgradientData* nsvg__findGradientData(NSVGparser* p, const char* id)
{
	NSVGgradientData* grad = p->gradients;
	if (id == NULL || *id == '\0')
		return NULL;
	while (grad != NULL) {
		if (strcmp(grad->id, id) == 0)
			return grad;
		grad = grad->next;
	}
	return NULL;
}

static NSVGgradient* nsvg__createGradient(NSVGparser* p, const char* id, const float* localBounds, char* paintType)
{
	NSVGattrib* attr = nsvg__getAttr(p);
	NSVGgradientData* data = NULL;
	NSVGgradientData* ref = NULL;
	NSVGgradientStop* stops = NULL;
	NSVGgradient* grad;
	float ox, oy, sw, sh, sl;
	int nstops = 0;
	int refIter;

	data = nsvg__findGradientData(p, id);
	if (data == NULL) return NULL;

	// TODO: use ref to fill in all unset values too.
	ref = data;
	refIter = 0;
	while (ref != NULL) {
		NSVGgradientData* nextRef = NULL;
		if (stops == NULL && ref->stops != NULL) {
			stops = ref->stops;
			nstops = ref->nstops;
			break;
		}
		nextRef = nsvg__findGradientData(p, ref->ref);
		if (nextRef == ref) break; // prevent infite loops on malformed data
		ref = nextRef;
		refIter++;
		if (refIter > 32) break; // prevent infite loops on malformed data
	}
	if (stops == NULL) return NULL;

	grad = (NSVGgradient*)NANOSVG_malloc(sizeof(NSVGgradient) + sizeof(NSVGgradientStop)*(nstops-1));
	if (grad == NULL) return NULL;

	// The shape width and height.
	if (data->units == NSVG_OBJECT_SPACE) {
		ox = localBounds[0];
		oy = localBounds[1];
		sw = localBounds[2] - localBounds[0];
		sh = localBounds[3] - localBounds[1];
	} else {
		ox = nsvg__actualOrigX(p);
		oy = nsvg__actualOrigY(p);
		sw = nsvg__actualWidth(p);
		sh = nsvg__actualHeight(p);
	}
	sl = sqrtf(sw*sw + sh*sh) / sqrtf(2.0f);

	if (data->type == NSVG_PAINT_LINEAR_GRADIENT) {
		float x1, y1, x2, y2, dx, dy;
		x1 = nsvg__convertToPixels(p, data->linear.x1, ox, sw);
		y1 = nsvg__convertToPixels(p, data->linear.y1, oy, sh);
		x2 = nsvg__convertToPixels(p, data->linear.x2, ox, sw);
		y2 = nsvg__convertToPixels(p, data->linear.y2, oy, sh);
		// Calculate transform aligned to the line
		dx = x2 - x1;
		dy = y2 - y1;
		grad->xform[0] = dy; grad->xform[1] = -dx;
		grad->xform[2] = dx; grad->xform[3] = dy;
		grad->xform[4] = x1; grad->xform[5] = y1;
	} else {
		float cx, cy, fx, fy, r;
		cx = nsvg__convertToPixels(p, data->radial.cx, ox, sw);
		cy = nsvg__convertToPixels(p, data->radial.cy, oy, sh);
		fx = nsvg__convertToPixels(p, data->radial.fx, ox, sw);
		fy = nsvg__convertToPixels(p, data->radial.fy, oy, sh);
		r = nsvg__convertToPixels(p, data->radial.r, 0, sl);
		// Calculate transform aligned to the circle
		grad->xform[0] = r; grad->xform[1] = 0;
		grad->xform[2] = 0; grad->xform[3] = r;
		grad->xform[4] = cx; grad->xform[5] = cy;
		grad->fx = fx / r;
		grad->fy = fy / r;
	}

	nsvg__xformMultiply(grad->xform, data->xform);
	nsvg__xformMultiply(grad->xform, attr->xform);

	grad->spread = data->spread;
	memcpy(grad->stops, stops, nstops*sizeof(NSVGgradientStop));
	grad->nstops = nstops;

	*paintType = data->type;

	return grad;
}

static float nsvg__getAverageScale(float* t)
{
	float sx = sqrtf(t[0]*t[0] + t[2]*t[2]);
	float sy = sqrtf(t[1]*t[1] + t[3]*t[3]);
	return (sx + sy) * 0.5f;
}

static void nsvg__getLocalBounds(float* bounds, NSVGshape *shape, float* xform)
{
	NSVGpath* path;
	float curve[4*2], curveBounds[4];
	int i, first = 1;
	for (path = shape->paths; path != NULL; path = path->next) {
		nsvg__xformPoint(&curve[0], &curve[1], path->pts[0], path->pts[1], xform);
		for (i = 0; i < path->npts-1; i += 3) {
			nsvg__xformPoint(&curve[2], &curve[3], path->pts[(i+1)*2], path->pts[(i+1)*2+1], xform);
			nsvg__xformPoint(&curve[4], &curve[5], path->pts[(i+2)*2], path->pts[(i+2)*2+1], xform);
			nsvg__xformPoint(&curve[6], &curve[7], path->pts[(i+3)*2], path->pts[(i+3)*2+1], xform);
			nsvg__curveBounds(curveBounds, curve);
			if (first) {
				bounds[0] = curveBounds[0];
				bounds[1] = curveBounds[1];
				bounds[2] = curveBounds[2];
				bounds[3] = curveBounds[3];
				first = 0;
			} else {
				bounds[0] = nsvg__minf(bounds[0], curveBounds[0]);
				bounds[1] = nsvg__minf(bounds[1], curveBounds[1]);
				bounds[2] = nsvg__maxf(bounds[2], curveBounds[2]);
				bounds[3] = nsvg__maxf(bounds[3], curveBounds[3]);
			}
			curve[0] = curve[6];
			curve[1] = curve[7];
		}
	}
}

static void nsvg__addShape(NSVGparser* p)
{
	NSVGattrib* attr = nsvg__getAttr(p);
	float scale = 1.0f;
	NSVGshape* shape;
	NSVGpath* path;
	int i;

	if (p->plist == NULL)
		return;

	shape = (NSVGshape*)NANOSVG_malloc(sizeof(NSVGshape));
	if (shape == NULL) goto error;
	memset(shape, 0, sizeof(NSVGshape));

	memcpy(shape->id, attr->id, sizeof shape->id);
	scale = nsvg__getAverageScale(attr->xform);
	shape->strokeWidth = attr->strokeWidth * scale;
	shape->strokeDashOffset = attr->strokeDashOffset * scale;
	shape->strokeDashCount = (char)attr->strokeDashCount;
	for (i = 0; i < attr->strokeDashCount; i++)
		shape->strokeDashArray[i] = attr->strokeDashArray[i] * scale;
	shape->strokeLineJoin = attr->strokeLineJoin;
	shape->strokeLineCap = attr->strokeLineCap;
	shape->miterLimit = attr->miterLimit;
	shape->fillRule = attr->fillRule;
	shape->opacity = attr->opacity;

	shape->paths = p->plist;
	p->plist = NULL;

	// Calculate shape bounds
	shape->bounds[0] = shape->paths->bounds[0];
	shape->bounds[1] = shape->paths->bounds[1];
	shape->bounds[2] = shape->paths->bounds[2];
	shape->bounds[3] = shape->paths->bounds[3];
	for (path = shape->paths->next; path != NULL; path = path->next) {
		shape->bounds[0] = nsvg__minf(shape->bounds[0], path->bounds[0]);
		shape->bounds[1] = nsvg__minf(shape->bounds[1], path->bounds[1]);
		shape->bounds[2] = nsvg__maxf(shape->bounds[2], path->bounds[2]);
		shape->bounds[3] = nsvg__maxf(shape->bounds[3], path->bounds[3]);
	}

	// Set fill
	if (attr->hasFill == 0) {
		shape->fill.type = NSVG_PAINT_NONE;
	} else if (attr->hasFill == 1) {
		shape->fill.type = NSVG_PAINT_COLOR;
		shape->fill.color = attr->fillColor;
		shape->fill.color |= (unsigned int)(attr->fillOpacity*255) << 24;
	} else if (attr->hasFill == 2) {
		float inv[6], localBounds[4];
		nsvg__xformInverse(inv, attr->xform);
		nsvg__getLocalBounds(localBounds, shape, inv);
		shape->fill.gradient = nsvg__createGradient(p, attr->fillGradient, localBounds, &shape->fill.type);
		if (shape->fill.gradient == NULL) {
			shape->fill.type = NSVG_PAINT_NONE;
		}
	}

	// Set stroke
	if (attr->hasStroke == 0) {
		shape->stroke.type = NSVG_PAINT_NONE;
	} else if (attr->hasStroke == 1) {
		shape->stroke.type = NSVG_PAINT_COLOR;
		shape->stroke.color = attr->strokeColor;
		shape->stroke.color |= (unsigned int)(attr->strokeOpacity*255) << 24;
	} else if (attr->hasStroke == 2) {
		float inv[6], localBounds[4];
		nsvg__xformInverse(inv, attr->xform);
		nsvg__getLocalBounds(localBounds, shape, inv);
		shape->stroke.gradient = nsvg__createGradient(p, attr->strokeGradient, localBounds, &shape->stroke.type);
		if (shape->stroke.gradient == NULL)
			shape->stroke.type = NSVG_PAINT_NONE;
	}

	// Set flags
	shape->flags = ((attr->visible & NSVG_VIS_DISPLAY) && (attr->visible & NSVG_VIS_VISIBLE) ? NSVG_FLAGS_VISIBLE : 0x00);

	// Add to tail
	if (p->image->shapes == NULL)
		p->image->shapes = shape;
	else
		p->shapesTail->next = shape;
	p->shapesTail = shape;

	return;

error:
	if (shape) NANOSVG_free(shape);
}

static void nsvg__addPath(NSVGparser* p, char closed)
{
	NSVGattrib* attr = nsvg__getAttr(p);
	NSVGpath* path = NULL;
	float bounds[4];
	float* curve;
	int i;

	if (p->npts < 4)
		return;

	if (closed)
		nsvg__lineTo(p, p->pts[0], p->pts[1]);

	// Expect 1 + N*3 points (N = number of cubic bezier segments).
	if ((p->npts % 3) != 1)
		return;

	path = (NSVGpath*)NANOSVG_malloc(sizeof(NSVGpath));
	if (path == NULL) goto error;
	memset(path, 0, sizeof(NSVGpath));

	path->pts = (float*)NANOSVG_malloc(p->npts*2*sizeof(float));
	if (path->pts == NULL) goto error;
	path->closed = closed;
	path->npts = p->npts;

	// Transform path.
	for (i = 0; i < p->npts; ++i)
		nsvg__xformPoint(&path->pts[i*2], &path->pts[i*2+1], p->pts[i*2], p->pts[i*2+1], attr->xform);

	// Find bounds
	for (i = 0; i < path->npts-1; i += 3) {
		curve = &path->pts[i*2];
		nsvg__curveBounds(bounds, curve);
		if (i == 0) {
			path->bounds[0] = bounds[0];
			path->bounds[1] = bounds[1];
			path->bounds[2] = bounds[2];
			path->bounds[3] = bounds[3];
		} else {
			path->bounds[0] = nsvg__minf(path->bounds[0], bounds[0]);
			path->bounds[1] = nsvg__minf(path->bounds[1], bounds[1]);
			path->bounds[2] = nsvg__maxf(path->bounds[2], bounds[2]);
			path->bounds[3] = nsvg__maxf(path->bounds[3], bounds[3]);
		}
	}

	path->next = p->plist;
	p->plist = path;

	return;

error:
	if (path != NULL) {
		if (path->pts != NULL) NANOSVG_free(path->pts);
		NANOSVG_free(path);
	}
}

// We roll our own string to float because the std library one uses locale and messes things up.
static double nsvg__atof(const char* s)
{
	char* cur = (char*)s;
	char* end = NULL;
	double res = 0.0, sign = 1.0;
#if defined(_MSC_VER) && (_MSC_VER == 1200)
	__int64 intPart = 0, fracPart = 0;
#else
	long long intPart = 0, fracPart = 0;
#endif
	char hasIntPart = 0, hasFracPart = 0;

	// Parse optional sign
	if (*cur == '+') {
		cur++;
	} else if (*cur == '-') {
		sign = -1;
		cur++;
	}

	// Parse integer part
	if (nsvg__isdigit(*cur)) {
		// Parse digit sequence
#if defined(_MSC_VER) && (_MSC_VER == 1200)
		intPart = strtol(cur, &end, 10);
#else
		intPart = strtoll(cur, &end, 10);
#endif
		if (cur != end) {
			res = (double)intPart;
			hasIntPart = 1;
			cur = end;
		}
	}

	// Parse fractional part.
	if (*cur == '.') {
		cur++; // Skip '.'
		if (nsvg__isdigit(*cur)) {
			// Parse digit sequence
#if defined(_MSC_VER) && (_MSC_VER == 1200)
			fracPart = strtol(cur, &end, 10);
#else
			fracPart = strtoll(cur, &end, 10);
#endif
			if (cur != end) {
				res += (double)fracPart / pow(10.0, (double)(end - cur));
				hasFracPart = 1;
				cur = end;
			}
		}
	}

	// A valid number should have integer or fractional part.
	if (!hasIntPart && !hasFracPart)
		return 0.0;

	// Parse optional exponent
	if (*cur == 'e' || *cur == 'E') {
		int expPart = 0;
		cur++; // skip 'E'
		expPart = strtol(cur, &end, 10); // Parse digit sequence with sign
		if (cur != end) {
			res *= pow(10.0, (double)expPart);
		}
	}

	return res * sign;
}


static const char* nsvg__parseNumber(const char* s, char* it, const int size)
{
	const int last = size-1;
	int i = 0;

	// sign
	if (*s == '-' || *s == '+') {
		if (i < last) it[i++] = *s;
		s++;
	}
	// integer part
	while (*s && nsvg__isdigit(*s)) {
		if (i < last) it[i++] = *s;
		s++;
	}
	if (*s == '.') {
		// decimal point
		if (i < last) it[i++] = *s;
		s++;
		// fraction part
		while (*s && nsvg__isdigit(*s)) {
			if (i < last) it[i++] = *s;
			s++;
		}
	}
	// exponent
	if (*s == 'e' || *s == 'E') {
		if (i < last) it[i++] = *s;
		s++;
		if (*s == '-' || *s == '+') {
			if (i < last) it[i++] = *s;
			s++;
		}
		while (*s && nsvg__isdigit(*s)) {
			if (i < last) it[i++] = *s;
			s++;
		}
	}
	it[i] = '\0';

	return s;
}

static const char* nsvg__getNextPathItem(const char* s, char* it)
{
	it[0] = '\0';
	// Skip white spaces and commas
	while (*s && (nsvg__isspace(*s) || *s == ',')) s++;
	if (!*s) return s;
	if (*s == '-' || *s == '+' || *s == '.' || nsvg__isdigit(*s)) {
		s = nsvg__parseNumber(s, it, 64);
	} else {
		// Parse command
		it[0] = *s++;
		it[1] = '\0';
		return s;
	}

	return s;
}

static unsigned int nsvg__parseColorHex(const char* str)
{
	unsigned int c = 0, r = 0, g = 0, b = 0;
	int n = 0;
	str++; // skip #
	// Calculate number of characters.
	while(str[n] && !nsvg__isspace(str[n]))
		n++;
	if (n == 6) {
		sscanf(str, "%x", &c);
	} else if (n == 3) {
		sscanf(str, "%x", &c);
		c = (c&0xf) | ((c&0xf0) << 4) | ((c&0xf00) << 8);
		c |= c<<4;
	}
	r = (c >> 16) & 0xff;
	g = (c >> 8) & 0xff;
	b = c & 0xff;
	return NSVG_RGB(r,g,b);
}

static unsigned int nsvg__parseColorRGB(const char* str)
{
	int r = -1, g = -1, b = -1;
	char s1[32]="", s2[32]="";
	sscanf(str + 4, "%d%[%%, \t]%d%[%%, \t]%d", &r, s1, &g, s2, &b);
	if (strchr(s1, '%')) {
		return NSVG_RGB((r*255)/100,(g*255)/100,(b*255)/100);
	} else {
		return NSVG_RGB(r,g,b);
	}
}

typedef struct NSVGNamedColor {
	const char* name;
	unsigned int color;
} NSVGNamedColor;

NSVGNamedColor nsvg__colors[] = {

	{ "red", NSVG_RGB(255, 0, 0) },
	{ "green", NSVG_RGB( 0, 128, 0) },
	{ "blue", NSVG_RGB( 0, 0, 255) },
	{ "yellow", NSVG_RGB(255, 255, 0) },
	{ "cyan", NSVG_RGB( 0, 255, 255) },
	{ "magenta", NSVG_RGB(255, 0, 255) },
	{ "black", NSVG_RGB( 0, 0, 0) },
	{ "grey", NSVG_RGB(128, 128, 128) },
	{ "gray", NSVG_RGB(128, 128, 128) },
	{ "white", NSVG_RGB(255, 255, 255) },

#ifdef NANOSVG_ALL_COLOR_KEYWORDS
	{ "aliceblue", NSVG_RGB(240, 248, 255) },
	{ "antiquewhite", NSVG_RGB(250, 235, 215) },
	{ "aqua", NSVG_RGB( 0, 255, 255) },
	{ "aquamarine", NSVG_RGB(127, 255, 212) },
	{ "azure", NSVG_RGB(240, 255, 255) },
	{ "beige", NSVG_RGB(245, 245, 220) },
	{ "bisque", NSVG_RGB(255, 228, 196) },
	{ "blanchedalmond", NSVG_RGB(255, 235, 205) },
	{ "blueviolet", NSVG_RGB(138, 43, 226) },
	{ "brown", NSVG_RGB(165, 42, 42) },
	{ "burlywood", NSVG_RGB(222, 184, 135) },
	{ "cadetblue", NSVG_RGB( 95, 158, 160) },
	{ "chartreuse", NSVG_RGB(127, 255, 0) },
	{ "chocolate", NSVG_RGB(210, 105, 30) },
	{ "coral", NSVG_RGB(255, 127, 80) },
	{ "cornflowerblue", NSVG_RGB(100, 149, 237) },
	{ "cornsilk", NSVG_RGB(255, 248, 220) },
	{ "crimson", NSVG_RGB(220, 20, 60) },
	{ "darkblue", NSVG_RGB( 0, 0, 139) },
	{ "darkcyan", NSVG_RGB( 0, 139, 139) },
	{ "darkgoldenrod", NSVG_RGB(184, 134, 11) },
	{ "darkgray", NSVG_RGB(169, 169, 169) },
	{ "darkgreen", NSVG_RGB( 0, 100, 0) },
	{ "darkgrey", NSVG_RGB(169, 169, 169) },
	{ "darkkhaki", NSVG_RGB(189, 183, 107) },
	{ "darkmagenta", NSVG_RGB(139, 0, 139) },
	{ "darkolivegreen", NSVG_RGB( 85, 107, 47) },
	{ "darkorange", NSVG_RGB(255, 140, 0) },
	{ "darkorchid", NSVG_RGB(153, 50, 204) },
	{ "darkred", NSVG_RGB(139, 0, 0) },
	{ "darksalmon", NSVG_RGB(233, 150, 122) },
	{ "darkseagreen", NSVG_RGB(143, 188, 143) },
	{ "darkslateblue", NSVG_RGB( 72, 61, 139) },
	{ "darkslategray", NSVG_RGB( 47, 79, 79) },
	{ "darkslategrey", NSVG_RGB( 47, 79, 79) },
	{ "darkturquoise", NSVG_RGB( 0, 206, 209) },
	{ "darkviolet", NSVG_RGB(148, 0, 211) },
	{ "deeppink", NSVG_RGB(255, 20, 147) },
	{ "deepskyblue", NSVG_RGB( 0, 191, 255) },
	{ "dimgray", NSVG_RGB(105, 105, 105) },
	{ "dimgrey", NSVG_RGB(105, 105, 105) },
	{ "dodgerblue", NSVG_RGB( 30, 144, 255) },
	{ "firebrick", NSVG_RGB(178, 34, 34) },
	{ "floralwhite", NSVG_RGB(255, 250, 240) },
	{ "forestgreen", NSVG_RGB( 34, 139, 34) },
	{ "fuchsia", NSVG_RGB(255, 0, 255) },
	{ "gainsboro", NSVG_RGB(220, 220, 220) },
	{ "ghostwhite", NSVG_RGB(248, 248, 255) },
	{ "gold", NSVG_RGB(255, 215, 0) },
	{ "goldenrod", NSVG_RGB(218, 165, 32) },
	{ "greenyellow", NSVG_RGB(173, 255, 47) },
	{ "honeydew", NSVG_RGB(240, 255, 240) },
	{ "hotpink", NSVG_RGB(255, 105, 180) },
	{ "indianred", NSVG_RGB(205, 92, 92) },
	{ "indigo", NSVG_RGB( 75, 0, 130) },
	{ "ivory", NSVG_RGB(255, 255, 240) },
	{ "khaki", NSVG_RGB(240, 230, 140) },
	{ "lavender", NSVG_RGB(230, 230, 250) },
	{ "lavenderblush", NSVG_RGB(255, 240, 245) },
	{ "lawngreen", NSVG_RGB(124, 252, 0) },
	{ "lemonchiffon", NSVG_RGB(255, 250, 205) },
	{ "lightblue", NSVG_RGB(173, 216, 230) },
	{ "lightcoral", NSVG_RGB(240, 128, 128) },
	{ "lightcyan", NSVG_RGB(224, 255, 255) },
	{ "lightgoldenrodyellow", NSVG_RGB(250, 250, 210) },
	{ "lightgray", NSVG_RGB(211, 211, 211) },
	{ "lightgreen", NSVG_RGB(144, 238, 144) },
	{ "lightgrey", NSVG_RGB(211, 211, 211) },
	{ "lightpink", NSVG_RGB(255, 182, 193) },
	{ "lightsalmon", NSVG_RGB(255, 160, 122) },
	{ "lightseagreen", NSVG_RGB( 32, 178, 170) },
	{ "lightskyblue", NSVG_RGB(135, 206, 250) },
	{ "lightslategray", NSVG_RGB(119, 136, 153) },
	{ "lightslategrey", NSVG_RGB(119, 136, 153) },
	{ "lightsteelblue", NSVG_RGB(176, 196, 222) },
	{ "lightyellow", NSVG_RGB(255, 255, 224) },
	{ "lime", NSVG_RGB( 0, 255, 0) },
	{ "limegreen", NSVG_RGB( 50, 205, 50) },
	{ "linen", NSVG_RGB(250, 240, 230) },
	{ "maroon", NSVG_RGB(128, 0, 0) },
	{ "mediumaquamarine", NSVG_RGB(102, 205, 170) },
	{ "mediumblue", NSVG_RGB( 0, 0, 205) },
	{ "mediumorchid", NSVG_RGB(186, 85, 211) },
	{ "mediumpurple", NSVG_RGB(147, 112, 219) },
	{ "mediumseagreen", NSVG_RGB( 60, 179, 113) },
	{ "mediumslateblue", NSVG_RGB(123, 104, 238) },
	{ "mediumspringgreen", NSVG_RGB( 0, 250, 154) },
	{ "mediumturquoise", NSVG_RGB( 72, 209, 204) },
	{ "mediumvioletred", NSVG_RGB(199, 21, 133) },
	{ "midnightblue", NSVG_RGB( 25, 25, 112) },
	{ "mintcream", NSVG_RGB(245, 255, 250) },
	{ "mistyrose", NSVG_RGB(255, 228, 225) },
	{ "moccasin", NSVG_RGB(255, 228, 181) },
	{ "navajowhite", NSVG_RGB(255, 222, 173) },
	{ "navy", NSVG_RGB( 0, 0, 128) },
	{ "oldlace", NSVG_RGB(253, 245, 230) },
	{ "olive", NSVG_RGB(128, 128, 0) },
	{ "olivedrab", NSVG_RGB(107, 142, 35) },
	{ "orange", NSVG_RGB(255, 165, 0) },
	{ "orangered", NSVG_RGB(255, 69, 0) },
	{ "orchid", NSVG_RGB(218, 112, 214) },
	{ "palegoldenrod", NSVG_RGB(238, 232, 170) },
	{ "palegreen", NSVG_RGB(152, 251, 152) },
	{ "paleturquoise", NSVG_RGB(175, 238, 238) },
	{ "palevioletred", NSVG_RGB(219, 112, 147) },
	{ "papayawhip", NSVG_RGB(255, 239, 213) },
	{ "peachpuff", NSVG_RGB(255, 218, 185) },
	{ "peru", NSVG_RGB(205, 133, 63) },
	{ "pink", NSVG_RGB(255, 192, 203) },
	{ "plum", NSVG_RGB(221, 160, 221) },
	{ "powderblue", NSVG_RGB(176, 224, 230) },
	{ "purple", NSVG_RGB(128, 0, 128) },
	{ "rosybrown", NSVG_RGB(188, 143, 143) },
	{ "royalblue", NSVG_RGB( 65, 105, 225) },
	{ "saddlebrown", NSVG_RGB(139, 69, 19) },
	{ "salmon", NSVG_RGB(250, 128, 114) },
	{ "sandybrown", NSVG_RGB(244, 164, 96) },
	{ "seagreen", NSVG_RGB( 46, 139, 87) },
	{ "seashell", NSVG_RGB(255, 245, 238) },
	{ "sienna", NSVG_RGB(160, 82, 45) },
	{ "silver", NSVG_RGB(192, 192, 192) },
	{ "skyblue", NSVG_RGB(135, 206, 235) },
	{ "slateblue", NSVG_RGB(106, 90, 205) },
	{ "slategray", NSVG_RGB(112, 128, 144) },
	{ "slategrey", NSVG_RGB(112, 128, 144) },
	{ "snow", NSVG_RGB(255, 250, 250) },
	{ "springgreen", NSVG_RGB( 0, 255, 127) },
	{ "steelblue", NSVG_RGB( 70, 130, 180) },
	{ "tan", NSVG_RGB(210, 180, 140) },
	{ "teal", NSVG_RGB( 0, 128, 128) },
	{ "thistle", NSVG_RGB(216, 191, 216) },
	{ "tomato", NSVG_RGB(255, 99, 71) },
	{ "turquoise", NSVG_RGB( 64, 224, 208) },
	{ "violet", NSVG_RGB(238, 130, 238) },
	{ "wheat", NSVG_RGB(245, 222, 179) },
	{ "whitesmoke", NSVG_RGB(245, 245, 245) },
	{ "yellowgreen", NSVG_RGB(154, 205, 50) },
#endif
};

static unsigned int nsvg__parseColorName(const char* str)
{
	int i, ncolors = sizeof(nsvg__colors) / sizeof(NSVGNamedColor);

	for (i = 0; i < ncolors; i++) {
		if (strcmp(nsvg__colors[i].name, str) == 0) {
			return nsvg__colors[i].color;
		}
	}

	return NSVG_RGB(128, 128, 128);
}

static unsigned int nsvg__parseColor(const char* str)
{
	size_t len = 0;
	while(*str == ' ') ++str;
	len = strlen(str);
	if (len >= 1 && *str == '#')
		return nsvg__parseColorHex(str);
	else if (len >= 4 && str[0] == 'r' && str[1] == 'g' && str[2] == 'b' && str[3] == '(')
		return nsvg__parseColorRGB(str);
	return nsvg__parseColorName(str);
}

static float nsvg__parseOpacity(const char* str)
{
	float val = 0;
	sscanf(str, "%f", &val);
	if (val < 0.0f) val = 0.0f;
	if (val > 1.0f) val = 1.0f;
	return val;
}

static float nsvg__parseMiterLimit(const char* str)
{
	float val = 0;
	sscanf(str, "%f", &val);
	if (val < 0.0f) val = 0.0f;
	return val;
}

static int nsvg__parseUnits(const char* units)
{
	if (units[0] == 'p' && units[1] == 'x')
		return NSVG_UNITS_PX;
	else if (units[0] == 'p' && units[1] == 't')
		return NSVG_UNITS_PT;
	else if (units[0] == 'p' && units[1] == 'c')
		return NSVG_UNITS_PC;
	else if (units[0] == 'm' && units[1] == 'm')
		return NSVG_UNITS_MM;
	else if (units[0] == 'c' && units[1] == 'm')
		return NSVG_UNITS_CM;
	else if (units[0] == 'i' && units[1] == 'n')
		return NSVG_UNITS_IN;
	else if (units[0] == '%')
		return NSVG_UNITS_PERCENT;
	else if (units[0] == 'e' && units[1] == 'm')
		return NSVG_UNITS_EM;
	else if (units[0] == 'e' && units[1] == 'x')
		return NSVG_UNITS_EX;
	return NSVG_UNITS_USER;
}

static int nsvg__isCoordinate(const char* s)
{
	// optional sign
	if (*s == '-' || *s == '+')
		s++;
	// must have at least one digit
	return nsvg__isdigit(*s);
}

static NSVGcoordinate nsvg__parseCoordinateRaw(const char* str)
{
	NSVGcoordinate coord = {0, NSVG_UNITS_USER};
	char units[32]="";
	sscanf(str, "%f%s", &coord.value, units);
	coord.units = nsvg__parseUnits(units);
	return coord;
}

static NSVGcoordinate nsvg__coord(float v, int units)
{
	NSVGcoordinate coord = {v, units};
	return coord;
}

static float nsvg__parseCoordinate(NSVGparser* p, const char* str, float orig, float length)
{
	NSVGcoordinate coord = nsvg__parseCoordinateRaw(str);
	return nsvg__convertToPixels(p, coord, orig, length);
}

static int nsvg__parseTransformArgs(const char* str, float* args, int maxNa, int* na)
{
	const char* end;
	const char* ptr;
	char it[64];

	*na = 0;
	ptr = str;
	while (*ptr && *ptr != '(') ++ptr;
	if (*ptr == 0)
		return 1;
	end = ptr;
	while (*end && *end != ')') ++end;
	if (*end == 0)
		return 1;

	while (ptr < end) {
		if (*ptr == '-' || *ptr == '+' || *ptr == '.' || nsvg__isdigit(*ptr)) {
			if (*na >= maxNa) return 0;
			ptr = nsvg__parseNumber(ptr, it, 64);
			args[(*na)++] = (float)nsvg__atof(it);
		} else {
			++ptr;
		}
	}
	return (int)(end - str);
}


static int nsvg__parseMatrix(float* xform, const char* str)
{
	float t[6];
	int na = 0;
	int len = nsvg__parseTransformArgs(str, t, 6, &na);
	if (na != 6) return len;
	memcpy(xform, t, sizeof(float)*6);
	return len;
}

static int nsvg__parseTranslate(float* xform, const char* str)
{
	float args[2];
	float t[6];
	int na = 0;
	int len = nsvg__parseTransformArgs(str, args, 2, &na);
	if (na == 1) args[1] = 0.0;

	nsvg__xformSetTranslation(t, args[0], args[1]);
	memcpy(xform, t, sizeof(float)*6);
	return len;
}

static int nsvg__parseScale(float* xform, const char* str)
{
	float args[2];
	int na = 0;
	float t[6];
	int len = nsvg__parseTransformArgs(str, args, 2, &na);
	if (na == 1) args[1] = args[0];
	nsvg__xformSetScale(t, args[0], args[1]);
	memcpy(xform, t, sizeof(float)*6);
	return len;
}

static int nsvg__parseSkewX(float* xform, const char* str)
{
	float args[1];
	int na = 0;
	float t[6];
	int len = nsvg__parseTransformArgs(str, args, 1, &na);
	nsvg__xformSetSkewX(t, args[0]/180.0f*NSVG_PI);
	memcpy(xform, t, sizeof(float)*6);
	return len;
}

static int nsvg__parseSkewY(float* xform, const char* str)
{
	float args[1];
	int na = 0;
	float t[6];
	int len = nsvg__parseTransformArgs(str, args, 1, &na);
	nsvg__xformSetSkewY(t, args[0]/180.0f*NSVG_PI);
	memcpy(xform, t, sizeof(float)*6);
	return len;
}

static int nsvg__parseRotate(float* xform, const char* str)
{
	float args[3];
	int na = 0;
	float m[6];
	float t[6];
	int len = nsvg__parseTransformArgs(str, args, 3, &na);
	if (na == 1)
		args[1] = args[2] = 0.0f;
	nsvg__xformIdentity(m);

	if (na > 1) {
		nsvg__xformSetTranslation(t, -args[1], -args[2]);
		nsvg__xformMultiply(m, t);
	}

	nsvg__xformSetRotation(t, args[0]/180.0f*NSVG_PI);
	nsvg__xformMultiply(m, t);

	if (na > 1) {
		nsvg__xformSetTranslation(t, args[1], args[2]);
		nsvg__xformMultiply(m, t);
	}

	memcpy(xform, m, sizeof(float)*6);

	return len;
}

static void nsvg__parseTransform(float* xform, const char* str)
{
	float t[6];
        int len;
	nsvg__xformIdentity(xform);
	while (*str)
	{
		if (strncmp(str, "matrix", 6) == 0)
			len = nsvg__parseMatrix(t, str);
		else if (strncmp(str, "translate", 9) == 0)
			len = nsvg__parseTranslate(t, str);
		else if (strncmp(str, "scale", 5) == 0)
			len = nsvg__parseScale(t, str);
		else if (strncmp(str, "rotate", 6) == 0)
			len = nsvg__parseRotate(t, str);
		else if (strncmp(str, "skewX", 5) == 0)
			len = nsvg__parseSkewX(t, str);
		else if (strncmp(str, "skewY", 5) == 0)
			len = nsvg__parseSkewY(t, str);
		else{
			++str;
			continue;
		}
                if (len != 0) {
			str += len;
                } else {
			++str;
			continue;
                }

		nsvg__xformPremultiply(xform, t);
	}
}

static void nsvg__parseUrl(char* id, const char* str)
{
	int i = 0;
	str += 4; // "url(";
	if (*str == '#')
		str++;
	while (i < 63 && *str != ')') {
		id[i] = *str++;
		i++;
	}
	id[i] = '\0';
}

static char nsvg__parseLineCap(const char* str)
{
	if (strcmp(str, "butt") == 0)
		return NSVG_CAP_BUTT;
	else if (strcmp(str, "round") == 0)
		return NSVG_CAP_ROUND;
	else if (strcmp(str, "square") == 0)
		return NSVG_CAP_SQUARE;
	// TODO: handle inherit.
	return NSVG_CAP_BUTT;
}

static char nsvg__parseLineJoin(const char* str)
{
	if (strcmp(str, "miter") == 0)
		return NSVG_JOIN_MITER;
	else if (strcmp(str, "round") == 0)
		return NSVG_JOIN_ROUND;
	else if (strcmp(str, "bevel") == 0)
		return NSVG_JOIN_BEVEL;
	// TODO: handle inherit.
	return NSVG_JOIN_MITER;
}

static char nsvg__parseFillRule(const char* str)
{
	if (strcmp(str, "nonzero") == 0)
		return NSVG_FILLRULE_NONZERO;
	else if (strcmp(str, "evenodd") == 0)
		return NSVG_FILLRULE_EVENODD;
	// TODO: handle inherit.
	return NSVG_FILLRULE_NONZERO;
}

static const char* nsvg__getNextDashItem(const char* s, char* it)
{
	int n = 0;
	it[0] = '\0';
	// Skip white spaces and commas
	while (*s && (nsvg__isspace(*s) || *s == ',')) s++;
	// Advance until whitespace, comma or end.
	while (*s && (!nsvg__isspace(*s) && *s != ',')) {
		if (n < 63)
			it[n++] = *s;
		s++;
	}
	it[n++] = '\0';
	return s;
}

static int nsvg__parseStrokeDashArray(NSVGparser* p, const char* str, float* strokeDashArray)
{
	char item[64];
	int count = 0, i;
	float sum = 0.0f;

	// Handle "none"
	if (str[0] == 'n')
		return 0;

	// Parse dashes
	while (*str) {
		str = nsvg__getNextDashItem(str, item);
		if (!*item) break;
		if (count < NSVG_MAX_DASHES)
			strokeDashArray[count++] = fabsf(nsvg__parseCoordinate(p, item, 0.0f, nsvg__actualLength(p)));
	}

	for (i = 0; i < count; i++)
		sum += strokeDashArray[i];
	if (sum <= 1e-6f)
		count = 0;

	return count;
}

static void nsvg__parseStyle(NSVGparser* p, const char* str);

static int nsvg__parseAttr(NSVGparser* p, const char* name, const char* value)
{
	float xform[6];
	NSVGattrib* attr = nsvg__getAttr(p);
	if (!attr) return 0;

	if (strcmp(name, "style") == 0) {
		nsvg__parseStyle(p, value);
	} else if (strcmp(name, "display") == 0) {
		if (strcmp(value, "none") == 0)
			attr->visible &= ~NSVG_VIS_DISPLAY;
		// Don't reset ->visible on display:inline, one display:none hides the whole subtree

	} else if (strcmp(name, "visibility") == 0) {
		if (strcmp(value, "hidden") == 0) {
			attr->visible &= ~NSVG_VIS_VISIBLE;
		} else if (strcmp(value, "visible") == 0) {
			attr->visible |= NSVG_VIS_VISIBLE;
		}
	} else if (strcmp(name, "fill") == 0) {
		if (strcmp(value, "none") == 0) {
			attr->hasFill = 0;
		} else if (strncmp(value, "url(", 4) == 0) {
			attr->hasFill = 2;
			nsvg__parseUrl(attr->fillGradient, value);
		} else {
			attr->hasFill = 1;
			attr->fillColor = nsvg__parseColor(value);
		}
	} else if (strcmp(name, "opacity") == 0) {
		attr->opacity = nsvg__parseOpacity(value);
	} else if (strcmp(name, "fill-opacity") == 0) {
		attr->fillOpacity = nsvg__parseOpacity(value);
	} else if (strcmp(name, "stroke") == 0) {
		if (strcmp(value, "none") == 0) {
			attr->hasStroke = 0;
		} else if (strncmp(value, "url(", 4) == 0) {
			attr->hasStroke = 2;
			nsvg__parseUrl(attr->strokeGradient, value);
		} else {
			attr->hasStroke = 1;
			attr->strokeColor = nsvg__parseColor(value);
		}
	} else if (strcmp(name, "stroke-width") == 0) {
		attr->strokeWidth = nsvg__parseCoordinate(p, value, 0.0f, nsvg__actualLength(p));
	} else if (strcmp(name, "stroke-dasharray") == 0) {
		attr->strokeDashCount = nsvg__parseStrokeDashArray(p, value, attr->strokeDashArray);
	} else if (strcmp(name, "stroke-dashoffset") == 0) {
		attr->strokeDashOffset = nsvg__parseCoordinate(p, value, 0.0f, nsvg__actualLength(p));
	} else if (strcmp(name, "stroke-opacity") == 0) {
		attr->strokeOpacity = nsvg__parseOpacity(value);
	} else if (strcmp(name, "stroke-linecap") == 0) {
		attr->strokeLineCap = nsvg__parseLineCap(value);
	} else if (strcmp(name, "stroke-linejoin") == 0) {
		attr->strokeLineJoin = nsvg__parseLineJoin(value);
	} else if (strcmp(name, "stroke-miterlimit") == 0) {
		attr->miterLimit = nsvg__parseMiterLimit(value);
	} else if (strcmp(name, "fill-rule") == 0) {
		attr->fillRule = nsvg__parseFillRule(value);
	} else if (strcmp(name, "font-size") == 0) {
		attr->fontSize = nsvg__parseCoordinate(p, value, 0.0f, nsvg__actualLength(p));
	} else if (strcmp(name, "transform") == 0) {
		nsvg__parseTransform(xform, value);
		nsvg__xformPremultiply(attr->xform, xform);
	} else if (strcmp(name, "stop-color") == 0) {
		attr->stopColor = nsvg__parseColor(value);
	} else if (strcmp(name, "stop-opacity") == 0) {
		attr->stopOpacity = nsvg__parseOpacity(value);
	} else if (strcmp(name, "offset") == 0) {
		attr->stopOffset = nsvg__parseCoordinate(p, value, 0.0f, 1.0f);
	} else if (strcmp(name, "id") == 0) {
		strncpy(attr->id, value, 63);
		attr->id[63] = '\0';
	} else if (strcmp(name, "class") == 0) {
		NSVGstyles* style = p->styles;
		while (style) {
			if (strcmp(style->name + 1, value) == 0) {
				break;
			}
			style = style->next;
		}
		if (style) {
			nsvg__parseStyle(p, style->description);
		}
	} else {
		return 0;
	}
	return 1;
}

static int nsvg__parseNameValue(NSVGparser* p, const char* start, const char* end)
{
	const char* str;
	const char* val;
	char name[512];
	char value[512];
	int n;

	str = start;
	while (str < end && *str != ':') ++str;

	val = str;

	// Right Trim
	while (str > start &&  (*str == ':' || nsvg__isspace(*str))) --str;
	++str;

	n = (int)(str - start);
	if (n > 511) n = 511;
	if (n) memcpy(name, start, n);
	name[n] = 0;

	while (val < end && (*val == ':' || nsvg__isspace(*val))) ++val;

	n = (int)(end - val);
	if (n > 511) n = 511;
	if (n) memcpy(value, val, n);
	value[n] = 0;

	return nsvg__parseAttr(p, name, value);
}

static void nsvg__parseStyle(NSVGparser* p, const char* str)
{
	const char* start;
	const char* end;

	while (*str) {
		// Left Trim
		while(*str && nsvg__isspace(*str)) ++str;
		start = str;
		while(*str && *str != ';') ++str;
		end = str;

		// Right Trim
		while (end > start &&  (*end == ';' || nsvg__isspace(*end))) --end;
		++end;

		nsvg__parseNameValue(p, start, end);
		if (*str) ++str;
	}
}

static void nsvg__parseAttribs(NSVGparser* p, const char** attr)
{
	int i;
	for (i = 0; attr[i]; i += 2)
	{
		if (strcmp(attr[i], "style") == 0)
			nsvg__parseStyle(p, attr[i + 1]);
		else
			nsvg__parseAttr(p, attr[i], attr[i + 1]);
	}
}

static int nsvg__getArgsPerElement(char cmd)
{
	switch (cmd) {
		case 'v':
		case 'V':
		case 'h':
		case 'H':
			return 1;
		case 'm':
		case 'M':
		case 'l':
		case 'L':
		case 't':
		case 'T':
			return 2;
		case 'q':
		case 'Q':
		case 's':
		case 'S':
			return 4;
		case 'c':
		case 'C':
			return 6;
		case 'a':
		case 'A':
			return 7;
		case 'z':
		case 'Z':
			return 0;
	}
	return -1;
}

static void nsvg__pathMoveTo(NSVGparser* p, float* cpx, float* cpy, float* args, int rel)
{
	if (rel) {
		*cpx += args[0];
		*cpy += args[1];
	} else {
		*cpx = args[0];
		*cpy = args[1];
	}
	nsvg__moveTo(p, *cpx, *cpy);
}

static void nsvg__pathLineTo(NSVGparser* p, float* cpx, float* cpy, float* args, int rel)
{
	if (rel) {
		*cpx += args[0];
		*cpy += args[1];
	} else {
		*cpx = args[0];
		*cpy = args[1];
	}
	nsvg__lineTo(p, *cpx, *cpy);
}

static void nsvg__pathHLineTo(NSVGparser* p, float* cpx, float* cpy, float* args, int rel)
{
	if (rel)
		*cpx += args[0];
	else
		*cpx = args[0];
	nsvg__lineTo(p, *cpx, *cpy);
}

static void nsvg__pathVLineTo(NSVGparser* p, float* cpx, float* cpy, float* args, int rel)
{
	if (rel)
		*cpy += args[0];
	else
		*cpy = args[0];
	nsvg__lineTo(p, *cpx, *cpy);
}

static void nsvg__pathCubicBezTo(NSVGparser* p, float* cpx, float* cpy,
								 float* cpx2, float* cpy2, float* args, int rel)
{
	float x2, y2, cx1, cy1, cx2, cy2;

	if (rel) {
		cx1 = *cpx + args[0];
		cy1 = *cpy + args[1];
		cx2 = *cpx + args[2];
		cy2 = *cpy + args[3];
		x2 = *cpx + args[4];
		y2 = *cpy + args[5];
	} else {
		cx1 = args[0];
		cy1 = args[1];
		cx2 = args[2];
		cy2 = args[3];
		x2 = args[4];
		y2 = args[5];
	}

	nsvg__cubicBezTo(p, cx1,cy1, cx2,cy2, x2,y2);

	*cpx2 = cx2;
	*cpy2 = cy2;
	*cpx = x2;
	*cpy = y2;
}

static void nsvg__pathCubicBezShortTo(NSVGparser* p, float* cpx, float* cpy,
									  float* cpx2, float* cpy2, float* args, int rel)
{
	float x1, y1, x2, y2, cx1, cy1, cx2, cy2;

	x1 = *cpx;
	y1 = *cpy;
	if (rel) {
		cx2 = *cpx + args[0];
		cy2 = *cpy + args[1];
		x2 = *cpx + args[2];
		y2 = *cpy + args[3];
	} else {
		cx2 = args[0];
		cy2 = args[1];
		x2 = args[2];
		y2 = args[3];
	}

	cx1 = 2*x1 - *cpx2;
	cy1 = 2*y1 - *cpy2;

	nsvg__cubicBezTo(p, cx1,cy1, cx2,cy2, x2,y2);

	*cpx2 = cx2;
	*cpy2 = cy2;
	*cpx = x2;
	*cpy = y2;
}

static void nsvg__pathQuadBezTo(NSVGparser* p, float* cpx, float* cpy,
								float* cpx2, float* cpy2, float* args, int rel)
{
	float x1, y1, x2, y2, cx, cy;
	float cx1, cy1, cx2, cy2;

	x1 = *cpx;
	y1 = *cpy;
	if (rel) {
		cx = *cpx + args[0];
		cy = *cpy + args[1];
		x2 = *cpx + args[2];
		y2 = *cpy + args[3];
	} else {
		cx = args[0];
		cy = args[1];
		x2 = args[2];
		y2 = args[3];
	}

	// Convert to cubic bezier
	cx1 = x1 + 2.0f/3.0f*(cx - x1);
	cy1 = y1 + 2.0f/3.0f*(cy - y1);
	cx2 = x2 + 2.0f/3.0f*(cx - x2);
	cy2 = y2 + 2.0f/3.0f*(cy - y2);

	nsvg__cubicBezTo(p, cx1,cy1, cx2,cy2, x2,y2);

	*cpx2 = cx;
	*cpy2 = cy;
	*cpx = x2;
	*cpy = y2;
}

static void nsvg__pathQuadBezShortTo(NSVGparser* p, float* cpx, float* cpy,
									 float* cpx2, float* cpy2, float* args, int rel)
{
	float x1, y1, x2, y2, cx, cy;
	float cx1, cy1, cx2, cy2;

	x1 = *cpx;
	y1 = *cpy;
	if (rel) {
		x2 = *cpx + args[0];
		y2 = *cpy + args[1];
	} else {
		x2 = args[0];
		y2 = args[1];
	}

	cx = 2*x1 - *cpx2;
	cy = 2*y1 - *cpy2;

	// Convert to cubix bezier
	cx1 = x1 + 2.0f/3.0f*(cx - x1);
	cy1 = y1 + 2.0f/3.0f*(cy - y1);
	cx2 = x2 + 2.0f/3.0f*(cx - x2);
	cy2 = y2 + 2.0f/3.0f*(cy - y2);

	nsvg__cubicBezTo(p, cx1,cy1, cx2,cy2, x2,y2);

	*cpx2 = cx;
	*cpy2 = cy;
	*cpx = x2;
	*cpy = y2;
}

static float nsvg__sqr(float x) { return x*x; }
static float nsvg__vmag(float x, float y) { return sqrtf(x*x + y*y); }

static float nsvg__vecrat(float ux, float uy, float vx, float vy)
{
	return (ux*vx + uy*vy) / (nsvg__vmag(ux,uy) * nsvg__vmag(vx,vy));
}

static float nsvg__vecang(float ux, float uy, float vx, float vy)
{
	float r = nsvg__vecrat(ux,uy, vx,vy);
	if (r < -1.0f) r = -1.0f;
	if (r > 1.0f) r = 1.0f;
	return ((ux*vy < uy*vx) ? -1.0f : 1.0f) * acosf(r);
}

static void nsvg__pathArcTo(NSVGparser* p, float* cpx, float* cpy, float* args, int rel)
{
	// Ported from canvg (https://code.google.com/p/canvg/)
	float rx, ry, rotx;
	float x1, y1, x2, y2, cx, cy, dx, dy, d;
	float x1p, y1p, cxp, cyp, s, sa, sb;
	float ux, uy, vx, vy, a1, da;
	float x, y, tanx, tany, a, px = 0, py = 0, ptanx = 0, ptany = 0, t[6];
	float sinrx, cosrx;
	int fa, fs;
	int i, ndivs;
	float hda, kappa;

	rx = fabsf(args[0]);				// y radius
	ry = fabsf(args[1]);				// x radius
	rotx = args[2] / 180.0f * NSVG_PI;		// x rotation angle
	fa = fabsf(args[3]) > 1e-6 ? 1 : 0;	// Large arc
	fs = fabsf(args[4]) > 1e-6 ? 1 : 0;	// Sweep direction
	x1 = *cpx;							// start point
	y1 = *cpy;
	if (rel) {							// end point
		x2 = *cpx + args[5];
		y2 = *cpy + args[6];
	} else {
		x2 = args[5];
		y2 = args[6];
	}

	dx = x1 - x2;
	dy = y1 - y2;
	d = sqrtf(dx*dx + dy*dy);
	if (d < 1e-6f || rx < 1e-6f || ry < 1e-6f) {
		// The arc degenerates to a line
		nsvg__lineTo(p, x2, y2);
		*cpx = x2;
		*cpy = y2;
		return;
	}

	sinrx = sinf(rotx);
	cosrx = cosf(rotx);

	// Convert to center point parameterization.
	// http://www.w3.org/TR/SVG11/implnote.html#ArcImplementationNotes
	// 1) Compute x1', y1'
	x1p = cosrx * dx / 2.0f + sinrx * dy / 2.0f;
	y1p = -sinrx * dx / 2.0f + cosrx * dy / 2.0f;
	d = nsvg__sqr(x1p)/nsvg__sqr(rx) + nsvg__sqr(y1p)/nsvg__sqr(ry);
	if (d > 1) {
		d = sqrtf(d);
		rx *= d;
		ry *= d;
	}
	// 2) Compute cx', cy'
	s = 0.0f;
	sa = nsvg__sqr(rx)*nsvg__sqr(ry) - nsvg__sqr(rx)*nsvg__sqr(y1p) - nsvg__sqr(ry)*nsvg__sqr(x1p);
	sb = nsvg__sqr(rx)*nsvg__sqr(y1p) + nsvg__sqr(ry)*nsvg__sqr(x1p);
	if (sa < 0.0f) sa = 0.0f;
	if (sb > 0.0f)
		s = sqrtf(sa / sb);
	if (fa == fs)
		s = -s;
	cxp = s * rx * y1p / ry;
	cyp = s * -ry * x1p / rx;

	// 3) Compute cx,cy from cx',cy'
	cx = (x1 + x2)/2.0f + cosrx*cxp - sinrx*cyp;
	cy = (y1 + y2)/2.0f + sinrx*cxp + cosrx*cyp;

	// 4) Calculate theta1, and delta theta.
	ux = (x1p - cxp) / rx;
	uy = (y1p - cyp) / ry;
	vx = (-x1p - cxp) / rx;
	vy = (-y1p - cyp) / ry;
	a1 = nsvg__vecang(1.0f,0.0f, ux,uy);	// Initial angle
	da = nsvg__vecang(ux,uy, vx,vy);		// Delta angle

//	if (vecrat(ux,uy,vx,vy) <= -1.0f) da = NSVG_PI;
//	if (vecrat(ux,uy,vx,vy) >= 1.0f) da = 0;

	if (fs == 0 && da > 0)
		da -= 2 * NSVG_PI;
	else if (fs == 1 && da < 0)
		da += 2 * NSVG_PI;

	// Approximate the arc using cubic spline segments.
	t[0] = cosrx; t[1] = sinrx;
	t[2] = -sinrx; t[3] = cosrx;
	t[4] = cx; t[5] = cy;

	// Split arc into max 90 degree segments.
	// The loop assumes an iteration per end point (including start and end), this +1.
	ndivs = (int)(fabsf(da) / (NSVG_PI*0.5f) + 1.0f);
	hda = (da / (float)ndivs) / 2.0f;
	kappa = fabsf(4.0f / 3.0f * (1.0f - cosf(hda)) / sinf(hda));
	if (da < 0.0f)
		kappa = -kappa;

	for (i = 0; i <= ndivs; i++) {
		a = a1 + da * ((float)i/(float)ndivs);
		dx = cosf(a);
		dy = sinf(a);
		nsvg__xformPoint(&x, &y, dx*rx, dy*ry, t); // position
		nsvg__xformVec(&tanx, &tany, -dy*rx * kappa, dx*ry * kappa, t); // tangent
		if (i > 0)
			nsvg__cubicBezTo(p, px+ptanx,py+ptany, x-tanx, y-tany, x, y);
		px = x;
		py = y;
		ptanx = tanx;
		ptany = tany;
	}

	*cpx = x2;
	*cpy = y2;
}

static void nsvg__parsePath(NSVGparser* p, const char** attr)
{
	const char* s = NULL;
	char cmd = '\0';
	float args[10];
	int nargs;
	int rargs = 0;
	char initPoint;
	float cpx, cpy, cpx2, cpy2;
	const char* tmp[4];
	char closedFlag;
	int i;
	char item[64];

	for (i = 0; attr[i]; i += 2) {
		if (strcmp(attr[i], "d") == 0) {
			s = attr[i + 1];
		} else {
			tmp[0] = attr[i];
			tmp[1] = attr[i + 1];
			tmp[2] = 0;
			tmp[3] = 0;
			nsvg__parseAttribs(p, tmp);
		}
	}

	if (s) {
		nsvg__resetPath(p);
		cpx = 0; cpy = 0;
		cpx2 = 0; cpy2 = 0;
		initPoint = 0;
		closedFlag = 0;
		nargs = 0;

		while (*s) {
			s = nsvg__getNextPathItem(s, item);
			if (!*item) break;
			if (cmd != '\0' && nsvg__isCoordinate(item)) {
				if (nargs < 10)
					args[nargs++] = (float)nsvg__atof(item);
				if (nargs >= rargs) {
					switch (cmd) {
						case 'm':
						case 'M':
							nsvg__pathMoveTo(p, &cpx, &cpy, args, cmd == 'm' ? 1 : 0);
							// Moveto can be followed by multiple coordinate pairs,
							// which should be treated as linetos.
							cmd = (cmd == 'm') ? 'l' : 'L';
							rargs = nsvg__getArgsPerElement(cmd);
							cpx2 = cpx; cpy2 = cpy;
							initPoint = 1;
							break;
						case 'l':
						case 'L':
							nsvg__pathLineTo(p, &cpx, &cpy, args, cmd == 'l' ? 1 : 0);
							cpx2 = cpx; cpy2 = cpy;
							break;
						case 'H':
						case 'h':
							nsvg__pathHLineTo(p, &cpx, &cpy, args, cmd == 'h' ? 1 : 0);
							cpx2 = cpx; cpy2 = cpy;
							break;
						case 'V':
						case 'v':
							nsvg__pathVLineTo(p, &cpx, &cpy, args, cmd == 'v&