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       XkbCopyKeyTypes - Copy more than one XkbKeyTypeRec structure


       Status XkbCopyKeyTypes (XkbKeyTypePtr from, XkbKeyTypePtr into, int num_types);


       - from pointer to array of XkbKeyTypeRecs to copy

       - into pointer to array of XkbKeyTypeRecs to change

       - num_types
              number of types to copy


       XkbCopyKeyTypes copies num_types XkbKeyTypeRec structures from the array specified by from
       into the array specified by into.  It is intended for copying between, rather than within,
       keyboard  descriptions, so it doesn't check for overlaps. The same rules that apply to the
       from and into parameters in XkbCopyKeyType apply to each entry of the from and into arrays
       of  XkbCopyKeyTypes.   If  any  allocation  errors  occur  while  copying  from  to  into,
       XkbCopyKeyTypes returns BadAlloc. Otherwise,  XkbCopyKeyTypes  copies  from  to  into  and
       returns Success.


       Success        The  XkbCopyKeyTypes  function returns Success when there are no allocation


       Key types are used to determine the shift level of a key given the current  state  of  the
       keyboard.  The  set of all possible key types for the Xkb keyboard description are held in
       the types field of the client map, whose total size is stored  in  size_types,  and  whose
       total  number  of  valid  entries is stored in num_types.  Key types are defined using the
       following structure:

       typedef struct {                   /∗ Key Type */
           XkbModsRec        mods;        /∗ modifiers used to compute shift level */
           unsigned char     num_levels;  /∗ total # shift levels, do not modify
       directly */
           unsigned char     map_count;   /∗ # entries in map, preserve (if non-NULL)
           XkbKTMapEntryPtr  map;         /∗ vector of modifiers for each shift level
           XkbModsPtr        preserve;    /∗ mods to preserve for corresponding map
       entry */
           Atom              name;        /∗ name of key type */
           Atom *            level_names; /∗ array of names of each shift level */
       } XkbKeyTypeRec, *XkbKeyTypePtr;


       BadAlloc       Unable to allocate storage