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PS_SHOW2(3)		   Library Functions Manual		   PS_SHOW2(3)

	     uwe@steinmann.cx
       UWE STEINMANN 2003Uwe SteinmannApril 28,	2003;

NAME
       PS_show2	-- Output text with given length

SYNOPSIS
       #include	<pslib.h>

       void PS_show2(PSDoc *psdoc, char	*text, int xlen)

DESCRIPTION
       Output  a  text	at  the	current	text position. No more than
       xlen chars will be shown. The function will issue		an er-
       ror if no font was set before with PS_setfont(3).

       PS_show2() evaluates the	following parameters and values		    as
       set by PS_set_parameter(3) and PS_set_value(3).

       textx	 The x coordinate for text output.

       texty	 The y coordinate for text output.

       charspacing (value)
		 Distance between two consecutive glyphs.  If  this  value  is
					    unequal to zero then all ligatures
		 will	      be	 resolved.	   Values	  less
					       than    zero    are    allowed.

       kerning (parameter)
		 Setting this parameter	to  `false'  will  turn	 off  kerning.
					     Kerning  is turned	on by default.

       ligatures (parameter)
		 Setting this parameter	to  `false'  will  turn	 off  the  use
					      of   ligatures.	Ligatures  are
		 turned	on by default.

       underline (parameter)
		 Setting this parameter	to `true' will	turn  on  underlining.
					     Underlining  is turned off	by de-
		 fault.

       overline	(parameter)
		 Setting this parameter	to `true'  will	 turn  on  overlining.
					     Overlining	 is  turned off	by de-
		 fault.

       strikeout (parameter)
		 Setting this parameter	to `true' will turn on	striking  out.
					     Striking out is turned off	by de-
		 fault.

SEE ALSO
       PS_show(3), PS_continue_text2(3), PS_setfont(3)

AUTHOR
       This manual page	was written by Uwe Steinmann uwe@steinmann.cx.

								   PS_SHOW2(3)

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