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Motif FAQ (Part 9 of 9)
Section - 319) How can an application manage events on multiple displays?

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[Last modified: May 95]

Answer: Just put multiple display pointers into one application context.  (You
normally specify which application context as an argument to XtOpenDisplay()).
XtAppNextEvent() and XtAppMainLoop() automatically poll all displays in the
application context.

Ken Lee

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