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       XtSetKeyTranslator, XtTranslateKeycode, XtRegisterCaseConverter, XtConvertCase - convert
       KeySym to KeyCodes


       void XtSetKeyTranslator(Display *display, XtKeyProc proc);

       void XtTranslateKeycode(Display *display, KeyCode keycode, Modifiers modifiers, Modifiers
              *modifiers_return, KeySym *keysym_return);

       void XtRegisterCaseConverter(Display *display, XtCaseProc proc, KeySym start, KeySym

       void XtConvertCase(Display *display, KeySym keysym, KeySym *lower_return, KeySym


       display   Specifies the display.

       keycode   Specifies the KeyCode to translate.

       keysym    Specifies the KeySym to convert.

                 Returns the resulting KeySym.

                 Returns the lowercase equivalent of the KeySym.

                 Returns the uppercase equivalent of the KeySym.

       modifiers Specifies the modifiers to the KeyCode.

                 Returns a mask that indicates the modifiers actually used to generate the

       proc      Specifies the procedure that is to perform key translations or conversions.

       start     Specifies the first KeySym for which this converter is valid.

       stop      Specifies the last KeySym for which this converter is valid.


       The XtSetKeyTranslator function sets the specified procedure as the current key
       translator.  The default translator is XtTranslateKey, an XtKeyProc that uses Shift and
       Lock modifiers with the interpretations defined by the core protocol.  It is provided so
       that new translators can call it to get default KeyCode-to-KeySym translations and so that
       the default translator can be reinstalled.

       The XtTranslateKeycode function passes the specified arguments directly to the currently
       registered KeyCode to KeySym translator.

       The XtRegisterCaseConverter registers the specified case converter.  The start and stop
       arguments provide the inclusive range of KeySyms for which this converter is to be called.
       The new converter overrides any previous converters for KeySyms in that range.  No
       interface exists to remove converters; you need to register an identity converter.  When a
       new converter is registered, the Intrinsics  refreshes the keyboard state if necessary.
       The default converter understands case conversion for all KeySyms defined in the core

       The XtConvertCase function calls the appropriate converter and returns the results.  A
       user-supplied XtKeyProc may need to use this function.


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