MrmFetchIconLiteral — Fetches an icon literal from a

     #include <Mrm/MrmPublic.h>
Cardinal MrmFetchIconLiteral(
MrmHierarchy hierarchy_id,
String index,
Screen *screen,
Display *display,
Pixel fgpix,
Pixel bgpix,
Pixmap *pixmap);

     The MrmFetchIconLiteral function fetches an icon
literal from an MRM hierarchy and converts the icon literal
to an X pixmap.

          Specifies the ID of the UID hierarchy that
          contains the specified icon literal.  The
          hierarchy_id was returned in a previous call to

index     Specifies the UIL name of the icon literal to

screen    Specifies the screen used for the pixmap.  The
          screen argument specifies a pointer to the Xlib
          structure Screen, which contains the information
          about that screen and is linked to the Display
          structure.  For more information on the Display
          and Screen structures, see the Xlib function
          XOpenDisplay and the associated screen information

display   Specifies the display used for the pixmap.  The
          display argument specifies the connection to the X
          server.  For more information on the Display
          structure, see the Xlib function XOpenDisplay.

fgpix     Specifies the foreground color for the pixmap.

bgpix     Specifies the background color for the pixmap.

pixmap    Returns the resulting X pixmap value.  The
          function allocates space for this pixmap.  The
          application is responsible for managing the
          allocated space.  The application can recover the
          allocated space by calling XmDestroyPixmap.


     This function returns one of the following status
return constants:

          The function executed successfully.

          The hierarchy ID was invalid.

          The icon literal was not found in the hierarchy.

          The caller tried to fetch a literal of a type not
          supported by this function.

          The function failed.

MrmOpenHierarchyPerDisplay(3), MrmFetchLiteral(3),
MrmFetchColorLiteral(3), and XOpenDisplay(3).