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glutstrokewidth(3glut) [osx man page]

glutStrokeWidth(3GLUT)						       GLUT						    glutStrokeWidth(3GLUT)

NAME
glutStrokeWidth returns the width of a stroke character, glutStrokeLength returns the length of a stroke font string. SYNTAX
#include <GLUT/glut.h> int glutStrokeWidth(void *font, int character); int glutStrokeLength(void *font, const unsigned char *string); ARGUMENTS
font Stroke font to use. For valid values, see the glutStrokeWidth description. character Character to return width of (not confined to 8 bits). string Text string (8-bit characters), nul terminated. DESCRIPTION
glutStrokeWidth returns the width in modeling units of a stroke character in a supported stroke font. While the width of characters in a font may vary (though fixed width fonts do not vary), the maximum height characteristics of a particular font are fixed. glutStrokeLength returns the length in modeling units of a string (8-bit characters). This length is equivalent to summing all the widths returned by glutStrokeWidth for each character in the string. SEE ALSO
glutStrokeCharacter, glutBitmapWidth AUTHOR
Mark J. Kilgard (mjk@nvidia.com) GLUT
3.7 glutStrokeWidth(3GLUT)

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glutStrokeWidth -- Returns the width in pixels of a character in a given font. LIBRARY
OpenGLUT - fonts SYNOPSIS
#include <openglut.h> float glutStrokeWidth(void *fontID, int character); PARAMETERS
fontID A GLUT stroked font identifier. character A character code. DESCRIPTION
This function reports how far the model space origin will advance if you putput this character in the font named by fontID. Not all let- ters will use their full width, especially in fixed-width fonts. Returns 0 if character is out of range or if the fontID is invalid. CAVEATS
Historically, this function has been described as returning a pixel-width, but was implemented to return the width in model-space units, rounded to integers. GLUT never resolved this, and freeglut duplicated the confusion. OpenGLUT has decided to stay in model-space and to return the unrounded floating point value. An unreleased GLUT 3.8 was supposed to include glutStrokeWidthf() and glutStrokeLengthf() (note the *f suffixes), but that is not in wide use. TODO
Determine if any glyphs are either wider than this function or if they render outside of the bounding box given by (0,-descent) by (width,height-descent) . SEE ALSO
glutStrokeCharacter(3) glutStrokeLength(3) glutStrokeHeight(glutBitmapWidth) 3 Epoch
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