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CentOS 7.0 - man page for fcpatternget-type (centos section 3)

FcPatternGet-Type(3)													      FcPatternGet-Type(3)

FcPatternGetInteger, FcPatternGetDouble, FcPatternGetString, FcPatternGetMatrix, FcPatternGetCharSet, FcPatternGetBool, FcPatternGetFTFace, FcPatternGetLangSet - Return a typed value from a pattern
#include <fontconfig/fontconfig.h> FcResult FcPatternGetInteger (FcPattern *p, const char *object, int n, int *i); FcResult FcPatternGetDouble (FcPattern *p, const char *object, int n, double *d); FcResult FcPatternGetString (FcPattern *p, const char *object, int n, FcChar8 **s); FcResult FcPatternGetMatrix (FcPattern *p, const char *object, int n, FcMatrix **s); FcResult FcPatternGetCharSet (FcPattern *p, const char *object, int n, FcCharSet **c); FcResult FcPatternGetBool (FcPattern *p, const char *object, int n, FcBool *b); FcResult FcPatternGetFTFace (FcPattern *p, const char *object, int n); FcResult FcPatternGetLangSet (FcPattern *p, const char *object, FT_Face *f);
These are convenience functions that call FcPatternGet and verify that the returned data is of the expected type. They return FcResult- TypeMismatch if this is not the case. Note that these (like FcPatternGet) do not make a copy of any data structure referenced by the return value. Use these in preference to FcPatternGet to provide compile-time typechecking.
Fontconfig version 2.10.95 31 8 2013 FcPatternGet-Type(3)