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T1ASCII(1)						      General Commands Manual							T1ASCII(1)

NAME
t1ascii - convert PostScript Type 1 font from binary to ASCII SYNOPSIS
t1ascii [-l length] [input [output]] DESCRIPTION
t1ascii converts Adobe Type 1 font programs in PFB (binary) format to PFA (hexadecimal) format. If the file output is not specified output goes to the standard output. If the file input is not specified input comes from the standard input. OPTIONS
--line-length=num, -l num Set the maximum length of encrypted lines in the output to num. (These are the lines consisting wholly of hexadecimal digits.) The default is 64. --warnings, -w Warn when the input font contains lines longer than 255 characters. Long lines don't strictly conform to Adobe's Document Structuring Conventions, and may cause problems with older software. SEE ALSO
t1binary(1), t1unmac(1), t1mac(1), t1asm(1), t1disasm(1) Adobe Type 1 Font Format AUTHORS
Lee Hetherington (ilh@lcs.mit.edu) Eddie Kohler (ekohler@gmail.com) Ported to Microsoft C/C++ Compiler and MS-DOS operating system by Kai-Uwe Herbing (herbing@netmbx.netmbx.de). Version 1.37 T1ASCII(1)

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T1ASCII(1)						      General Commands Manual							T1ASCII(1)

NAME
t1ascii - convert PostScript Type 1 font from binary to ASCII SYNOPSIS
t1ascii [-l length] [input [output]] DESCRIPTION
t1ascii converts Adobe Type 1 font programs in PFB (binary) format to PFA (hexadecimal) format. If the file output is not specified output goes to the standard output. If the file input is not specified input comes from the standard input. OPTIONS
--line-length=num, -l num Set the maximum length of encrypted lines in the output to num. (These are the lines consisting wholly of hexadecimal digits.) The default is 64. --warnings, -w Warn when the input font contains lines longer than 255 characters. Long lines don't strictly conform to Adobe's Document Structuring Conventions, and may cause problems with older software. SEE ALSO
t1binary(1), t1unmac(1), t1mac(1), t1asm(1), t1disasm(1) Adobe Type 1 Font Format AUTHORS
Lee Hetherington (ilh@lcs.mit.edu) Eddie Kohler (ekohler@gmail.com) Ported to Microsoft C/C++ Compiler and MS-DOS operating system by Kai-Uwe Herbing (herbing@netmbx.netmbx.de). Version 1.37 T1ASCII(1)
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