Provided by: pslib-dev_0.4.5-3.1_amd64
PS_begin_glyph — Starts a new glyph in a Type3 font
#include <pslib.h> void PS_begin_glyph(PSDoc *psdoc, const char *glyphname, double wx, double llx, double lly, double urx, double ury)
Starts a new glyph within a Type3 font. The glyph itself can be created with a subset of the regular drawing functions like PS_lineto(3). The glyphname is abitrary but usually something found in the input encoding vector to be accessible by PS_show(3). The floating point paramters describe the widht and the lower left and upper right corner of the bounding box surrounding the glyph. Each call of PS_begin_glyph must be accompanied by a call to PS_end_glyph(3). PS_begin_glyph has been introduced in version 0.4.0 of pslib.
PS_end_glyph(3), PS_begin_font(3), PS_end_font(3)
This manual page was written by Uwe Steinmann email@example.com. PS_BEGIN_GLYPH(3)