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About Text Font Descriptions

    About Text Font Descriptions

    Text fonts are files of shape definitions with shape numbers corresponding to an ASCII
    code for each character.

    Text fonts must include a special shape number 0 that conveys information about the
    font itself. Codes 1 through 31 are for control characters, only one of which is used
    in a text font:

    10 (LF)

    The line feed (LF) must drop down one line without drawing. This is used for repeated
    TEXT commands, to place succeeding lines below the first one.

    *10,5,lf

    2,8,(0,-10),0

    You can modify the spacing of lines by adjusting the downward movement specified by
    the LF shape definition.

    Text fonts must include a special shape number 0 that conveys information about the
    font itself. The format has the following syntax:

    *0,4,font-nameabove,below,modes,0

    The above value specifies the number of vector lengths above the baseline that the uppercase
    letters extend, and below indicates how far the lowercase letters descend below the baseline. The baseline
    is similar in concept to the lines on writing paper. These values define the basic
    character size and are used as scale factors for the height specified for the text
    object.

    The modes byte should be 0 for a horizontally oriented font and 2 for a dual-orientation (horizontal
    or vertical) font. The special 00E (14) command code is honored only when modes is set to 2.

    The standard fonts supplied with the program include a few additional characters
    required for dimensioning.

    %%d Degree symbol (آ°)

    %%p Plus/minus tolerance symbol (آ±)

    %%c Circle diameter dimensioning symbol

    You can use these and other %%nnn control sequences to specify a character.

    NOTE:The program draws text characters by their ASCII codes (shape numbers) and not by
    name. To save memory, specify the shape name portion of each text shape definition
    in lowercase as shown in the following example. (Lowercase names are not saved in
    memory.)

    *65,11,uca
    024,043,04d,02c,2,047,1,040,2,02e,0

    Because the shape name uca contains lowercase letters, the program does not save the name in memory. However,
    you can use the name for reference when editing the font definition file. In this
    example, uca stands for uppercase A.

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