get_font_ranges man page

get_font_ranges — Returns the number of character ranges in a font. Allegro game programming library.


#include <allegro.h>

int get_font_ranges(FONT *f)


Use this function to find out the number of character ranges in a font. You should query each of these ranges with get_font_range_begin() and get_font_range_end() to find out what characters are available in the font. Example:

FONT *f;
int range;
int n;

range = get_font_ranges(f);
printf("The font has %d character ranges:\n", range);
for (n = 0; n < range; n++)
   printf("Range %d from 0x%03x - 0x%03x\n",
          get_font_range_begin(f, n),
          get_font_range_end(f, n));

Return Value

Returns the number of continuous character ranges in a font, or -1 if that information is not available.

See Also

get_font_range_begin(3), get_font_range_end(3), transpose_font(3)

Referenced By

get_font_range_begin(3), get_font_range_end(3).

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