bool get_decimal_character_abc_widths(handle device, unsigned first, unsigned last, decimal_abc* widths)
This function obtains a range of decimal abc widths of characters that are consecutive in the current font.
The handle of a device context.
The code point of the first character in the font to be retrieved.
The code point of the last character in the font to be retrieved.
A pointer to a buffer to hold the returned character widths.
|The function succeeded.
|The call failed.
The values obtained are in logical coordinates measured along the baseline of the string.
When the current world transformation is not the identity transformation, the returned array may contain non-integral values.
The returned range is inclusive (required buffer size Last-First+1).
If no font character exists at a specified codepoint, a default width value is returned.
ABC widths apply only to true type fonts.