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* Will return width of last font used if a handle is not designated.
* Will return width of last font used if a handle is not designated.
* '''Variable width fonts always return width 0.''' Even fixed width fonts will return 0 unless the "MONOSPACE" style option is used.
* '''Variable width fonts always return width 0.''' Even fixed width fonts will return 0 unless the "MONOSPACE" style option is used.
* '''"MONOSPACE" cannot be used on a variable width font.'''
* '''"MONOSPACE" can be used to load a variable width font as monospaced.'''
* The font width is generally 3/4 of the [[_FONTHEIGHT]] specified when loading the font.
* The font width is generally 3/4 of the [[_FONTHEIGHT]] specified when loading the font.
* In '''graphics''' [[SCREEN (statement)|screen]] modes, [[_PRINTWIDTH]] can return the total '''pixel width''' of a literal or variable [[STRING|string]] of text.
* In '''graphics''' [[SCREEN (statement)|screen]] modes, [[_PRINTWIDTH]] can return the total '''pixel width''' of a literal or variable [[STRING|string]] of text.

Revision as of 05:13, 29 August 2017

The _FONTWIDTH function returns the font width of a MONOSPACE font handle created by _LOADFONT.


Syntax

pixel_width% = _FONTWIDTH[(font_handle)]


  • Will return width of last font used if a handle is not designated.
  • Variable width fonts always return width 0. Even fixed width fonts will return 0 unless the "MONOSPACE" style option is used.
  • "MONOSPACE" can be used to load a variable width font as monospaced.
  • The font width is generally 3/4 of the _FONTHEIGHT specified when loading the font.
  • In graphics screen modes, _PRINTWIDTH can return the total pixel width of a literal or variable string of text.


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