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FcPatternAdd-Type(3)							     FcPatternAdd-Type(3)

       FcPatternAddInteger, FcPatternAddDouble, FcPatternAddString, FcPatternAddMatrix, FcPatter-
       nAddCharSet, FcPatternAddBool, FcPatternAddFTFace, FcPatternAddLangSet - Add a typed value
       to a pattern

       #include <fontconfig/fontconfig.h>

       FcBool FcPatternAddInteger (FcPattern *p, const char *object, int i);

       FcBool FcPatternAddDouble (FcPattern *p, const char *object, double d);

       FcBool FcPatternAddString (FcPattern *p, const char *object, const FcChar8 *s);

       FcBool FcPatternAddMatrix (FcPattern *p, const char *object, const FcMatrix *m);

       FcBool FcPatternAddCharSet (FcPattern *p, const char *object, const FcCharSet *c);

       FcBool FcPatternAddBool (FcPattern *p, const char *object, FcBool b);

       FcBool FcPatternAddFTFace (FcPattern *p, const char *object, const FT_Facef);

       FcBool FcPatternAddLangSet (FcPattern *p, const char *object, const FcLangSet *l);

       These  are  all	convenience  functions that insert objects of the specified type into the
       pattern. Use these in preference to FcPatternAdd as they will provide  compile-time  type-
       checking. These all append values to any existing list of values.

       Fontconfig version 2.10.95

					    31 8 2013			     FcPatternAdd-Type(3)
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