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Font::TTF::PSNames(3) User Contributed Perl DocumentationFont::TTF::PSNames(3)

NAME
       Font::TTF::PSNames - Utilities for Postscript glyph name	processing

SYNOPSIS
	 use Font::TTF::PSNames	qw(parse lookup);
	 $name = lookup($uni);
	 $uni =	parse($name);

METHODS
   lookup ( $usv [, $noAlt [, $noUni] ])
       return the Adobe-recommended glyph name for a specific Unicode
       codepoint (integer). By default returns "uniXXXX" names rather than
       "afiiNNNNN" or "SFnnnnnn" names

       If $noAlt is true, "afii" and "SF" names	are returned rather than
       "uniXXXX".

       if $noUni is true, returns undef	if it would have to resort to
       "uniXXXX" or "uXXXXXX" style names. Essentially this represents a
       straight	lookup in the Adobe-recommended	list.

   parse ( $glyphname )
       Parse an	Adobe-conformant glyph name, generating	a Unicode codepoint
       sequence	equivalent to the glyph	(or glyph components, should the name
       represent a ligature). In scalar	context, returns a reference to	an
       array of	Unicodes (decimal). Array is empty if the glyph	name is	non-
       conformant.  In list context, the first item returned is	the same array
       reference as above. The second item is a	reference to an	array
       containing the extensions (if any) present on the glyph name.  The '.'
       that precedes each extension is not included.

AUTHOR
       Martin Hosken <http://scripts.sil.org/FontUtils>.

LICENSING
       Copyright (c) 1998-2016,	SIL International (http://www.sil.org)

       This module is released under the terms of the Artistic License 2.0.
       For details, see	the full text of the license in	the file LICENSE.

perl v5.32.0			  2016-08-03		 Font::TTF::PSNames(3)

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