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       XmSetFontUnits — A function that sets the font unit value for a display "XmSetFontUnits"


       #include <Xm/Xm.h>
       void XmSetFontUnits(
       Display * display,
       int h_value,
       int v_value);


       XmSetFontUnits  provides an external function to initialize font unit values. Applications
       may want to specify resolution-independent data based on a global font size. This function
       must  be  called  before any widgets with resolution-independent data are created. See the
       XmNunitType resource description in the  reference  pages  for  XmGadget,  XmManager,  and
       XmPrimitive for more information on resolution independence.

       This function sets the font units for all screens on the display.

       NOTE:  XmSetFontUnits  is  obsolete  and  exists for compatibility with previous releases.
       Instead of using this function,  provide  initial  values  or  call  XtSetValues  for  the
       XmScreen resources XmNhorizontalFontUnit and XmNverticalFontUnit.

       display   Defines the display for which this font unit value is to be applied.

       h_value   Specifies  the  value  to  be  used  for  horizontal  units  in  the  conversion

       h_value   Specifies  the  value  to  be  used  for  vertical  units  in   the   conversion


       XmConvertUnits(3),   XmSetFontUnit(3),   XmGadget(3),  XmManager(3),  XmPrimitive(3),  and