X Windows Programming Question

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    X Windows Programming Question

    I am developing a C program that runs on FreeBSD. I need to be able to display image data in X Windows and I am looking for a simple way to do this. I don't need any kind of image format decoders, I am already do this behind the scenes. I basically just need to be able to create a simple window and display my RGB data to it. Should I be looking at Motif? If so what widget should I be looking at using? Should I be looking at QT? Suggestions welcome. Thanks

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    I know about google. I was just looking for some suggestions on what would be the best way to approach this problem.

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    You can include X window library into your program.
    I think Motif also work fine to serve as GUI(Unix platform) for
    your program.

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