Tk_FreeXId  -  make  X  resource  identifier available for


       #include <tk.h>

       Tk_FreeXId(display, id)


       Display   *display   (in)      Display for  which  id  was

       XID       id         (in)      Identifier  of  X  resource
                                      (window, font, pixmap, cur­
                                      sor,  graphics  context, or
                                      colormap) that is no longer
                                      in use.


       The default allocator for resource identifiers provided by
       Xlib is very simple-minded and  does  not  allow  resource
       identifiers  to be re-used.  If a long-running application
       reaches the end of the resource id space, it will generate
       an X protocol error and crash.  Tk replaces the default id
       allocator with its own allocator, which allows identifiers
       to  be reused.  In order for this to work, Tk_FreeXId must
       be called to tell the allocator about resources that  have
       been freed.  Tk automatically calls Tk_FreeXId whenever it
       frees a resource, so if you use  procedures  like  Tk_Get­
       Font,  Tk_GetGC,  and  Tk_GetPixmap then you need not call
       Tk_FreeXId.  However, if you allocate  resources  directly
       from  Xlib, for example by calling XCreatePixmap, then you
       should call Tk_FreeXId when  you  call  the  corresponding
       Xlib  free  procedure,  such as XFreePixmap.  If you don't
       call Tk_FreeXId then the resource identifier will be lost,
       which  could  cause  problems if the application runs long
       enough to lose all of the available identifiers.


       resource identifier