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XkbSASetGroup

Section: XKB FUNCTIONS (3)
Updated: libX11 1.6.4
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NAME

XkbSASetGroup - Sets the group_XXX field of act from the group index grp  

SYNOPSIS

void XkbSASetGroup (XkbAction act, int grp);
 

ARGUMENTS

- act
action from which to set group
- grp
group index to set in group_XXX
 

DESCRIPTION

XkbSASetGroup sets the group_XXX field of act from the group index grp.  

STRUCTURE

Actions associated with the XkbGroupAction structure change the current group state when keys are pressed and released:

    typedef struct _XkbGroupAction {
        unsigned char    type;       /* XkbSA_{Set|Latch|Lock}Group */
        unsigned char    flags;      /* with type, controls the effect on groups */
        char             group_XXX;  /* represents a group index or delta */
    } XkbGroupAction;
 

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