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Primitive Widgets

The following primitive widgets are specified in Motif:

- a button with an orientable arrow. See arrow.c program in ``Combining Widgets'' section.
- has four sub-classes: PushButton, DrawnButton, CascadeButton and ToggleButton.
- Allows contents of a window to be displayed in a smaller area where the user can scroll the window to view other parts of the window.
- Used to separate adjacent items in a display.

- allows a selection from a list of text items.
- a complete text editor widget.
- a single-line text editor.

We have already seen the PushButton widget in operation. Some of the other widgets (notably button) operate in a similar fashion. Full details of all widgets can be found in the Motif Reference Manuals. We will study some others later.
Tue May 24 16:52:56 BST 1994