VtDrawnList -- create a DrawnList object and return the widget name


VtDrawnList widgetName [options]


Creates a DrawnList object. Returns the widget name.


-fieldList list (C)
Sets a row of data for the DrawnList. The default formatting is used on the list if you do not specify -formatList in the command.

For example:

   -formatList {{ICON 2} {STRING 20} {STRING 15}}  \
   -fieldList  [list 1 "John Doe" "555-1212"]
See the note below.

-formatList list_of_lists (CS)
Describes the columns used in the DrawnList. This field contains a list of column descriptions. Each column description in turn is a list containing the column type, the column width, and the column's left and right margins. The syntax is:
{ TYPE WIDTH [Left Margin, Right Margin] }
The left and right margins are optional parameters. The following specifies a column that is of type ICON, with a width of 1 icon and a left and right margin of 5 pixels.
{ ICON 1 5 5 }
Valid types are ICON, STRING, and DATA. DATA does not display on the screen; it is used to store item-specific data.

For example:

-formatList { {ICON 3} {STRING 20 5} {DATA} }
The first column is an icon field with a width of 3, the second column contains a string with a width of 20 and a left margin of 5, and the third column contains hidden data.

-horizontalScrollBar boolean (CS)
Sets whether or not a horizontal scroll bar is drawn. You should set the boolean value to TRUE if you want a horizontal scroll bar, FALSE if not. The default value is FALSE. This is ignored in character mode. The Maximum size is the width of formatList. If formatList changes, the maximum size will change too.

To display a horizontal scrollbar in character mode, you must set the -width and -columns options. Otherwise, the widget will grow as needed and the scrollbars will only appear when the list exceeds the available area.

-iconList pixmap_filename_list (CS)
Sets a list of pixmap filenames to use in the DrawnList on graphical systems. On character systems, specify characters to display instead of pixmap filenames. Options specific to character displays should be prefixed with CHARM_. For example:
-CHARM_iconList {a b c}
-MOTIF_iconList {a.px b.px c.px}
(In this example, graphical systems load the pixmaps a.px, b.px, and c.px; character systems load no pixmaps, but display instead the letters ``a'', ``b'', and ``c''.)

-labelFormatList list (CS)
Similar to -formatList but applies to the label. (This option is not available in character mode.) Type ICON may be used as a format identifier but currently icons are not supported in DrawnList labels.

-labelList list (CS)
Sets the label above the DrawnList. (Similar to -fieldList, except that it applies to the label. The format used in -labelFormatList is used. This feature is not available in character mode. Note that currently icons are not supported in DrawnList labels.

-verticalScrollBar boolean (CS)
Sets whether or not a vertical scroll bar is drawn. You should set the boolean value to TRUE if you want a vertical scroll bar, FALSE if not. The default value is TRUE. This option is ignored in character mode (a vertical scrollbar is displayed if necessary).

``Geometry class options''

``List class options''

``Object class options''


When specifying an icon index in -fieldList or -recordList the following indexes can be used to reference connection icons or no icons:


For example:

VtDrawnListAddItem $lst \
    -formatList {{ICON 5} {STRING 20 5}} \
    -fieldList {"CONNECT_I NO_ICON 1 CONNECT_H  2" "Multiple icons" }

25 April 2004
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 25 April 2004