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       XmStringConcatAndFree  — A compound string function that appends one string to another and
       frees  the  original   strings   "XmStringConcatAndFree"   "compound   string   functions"


       #include <Xm/Xm.h>
       XmString XmStringConcatAndFree(
       XmString s1,
       XmString s2);


       XmStringConcatAndFree  copies  s2  to  the  end  of s1 and returns a copy of the resulting
       compound string. The original strings are freed.  The function will allocate space to hold
       the  returned  compound string.  The application is responsible for managing the allocated
       space.  The application can recover the allocated space by calling XmStringFree.

       s1        Specifies the compound string to which a copy of s2 is appended

       s2        Specifies the compound string that is appended to the end of s1

       The XmStringConcatAndFree function works like the XmStringConcat function, except that  it
       frees   the  s1  and  s2  strings,  and  is  therefore  more  efficient.  You  should  use
       XmStringConcatAndFree instead of XmStringConcat  if  you  want  s1  and  s2  to  be  freed


       Returns a new compound string.


       XmStringConcat(3), XmStringCreate(3), and XmStringFree(3).