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       PS_begin_font — Starts a new Type3 font


       #include <pslib.h>

       int  PS_begin_font(PSDoc  *psdoc, const char *fontname, int reserverd, double a, double b,
       double c, double d, double e, double f, const char *optlist)


       PostScript supports various kinds of fonts. Type3 fonts are fonts whose glyphs are created
       with  a  subset  of  regular  PostScript  commands.  This function starts a new Type3 font
       embedded into the document which must be closed with PS_end_font. Each  glyph  is  created
       with  consecutive calls of PS_end_glyph and PS_end_glyph. Once the new font is created, it
       can be used like any other font loaded with PS_findfont. The passed floating point numbers
       are  used  to set the font matrix. a and d are usually set to 0.001. The remaining numbers
       can be left zero.

       Each call of PS_begin_font must be accompanied by a call to PS_end_pattern(3).

       PS_begin_font has been introduced in version 0.4.0 of pslib.


       Returns identifier of the font or zero in case of an error.  The identifier is  a  positiv
       number greater 0.


       PS_end_font(3), PS_begin_glyph(3), PS_end_glyph(3)


       This manual page was written by Uwe Steinmann