textprintf_justify_ex man page

textprintf_justify_ex — Formatted justified output of a string. Allegro game programming library.


#include <allegro.h>

void textprintf_justify_ex(BITMAP *bmp, const FONT *f, int x1, x2, y, diff, color, bg, const char *fmt, ...);


Like textout_justify_ex(), but using a printf() style format string. This function shares the text length limitation of textprintf_ex(). Example:

char *lines[] = {"Line %02d: Draws justified text",
                 "Line %02d: within the specified",
                 "Line %02d: x2-x1 area. But not",
                 "Line %02d: T H I S !", NULL};
/* Show the justification marker. */
vline(screen, 300, 0, SCREEN_H-1, makecol(0, 0, 0));
/* Draw all the lines until we reach a NULL entry. */
for (num = 0, y = 0; lines[num]; num++, y += text_height(font))
   textprintf_justify_ex(screen, font, 0, 300, y, 180,
                         makecol(0, 0, 0), makecol(255, 255, 255),
                         lines[num], num);

See Also

textprintf_ex(3), textout_justify_ex(3)

Referenced By

textout_justify_ex(3), textprintf_ex(3).

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