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    1 #!F-adobe-helvetica-medium-r-normal--18*
    2 #!N 
    3 #!CSlateBlue #!N  #!Rapc Data Explorer Fonts #!N 
    4 #!EC #!N #!N All fonts used by Data Explorer are stored 
    5 as files in the /usr/lpp/dx/fonts directory. Users can add their own 
    6 fonts by creating a file in the correct format and using 
    7 the DXFONTS environment variable to list the directory or directories where 
    8 the additional font files are stored. #!N #!N Fonts are stored 
    9 in the standard Data Explorer file format. A font file must 
   10 contain the following information (for more information on the Data Explorer 
   11 file format, see  #!Limd,dxall618 h Importing Data: File Formats  #!EL  ). #!N #!N The font is a 
   12 group that contains 256 fields, one for each ASCII character value, 
   13 and two attributes describing the height of the font. For example: 
   14 #!CForestGreen #!N #!N  #!F-adobe-courier-bold-r-normal--18*   #!N object "myfont" class group #!N member 
   15 0 value "empty" #!N member 1 value "control-a" #!N . #!N 
   16 #!N member 65 value "A" #!N member 66 value "B" #!N 
   17 . #!N #!N member 255 value "empty" #!N attribute "font ascent" 
   18 number 0.75 #!N attribute "font descent" number 0.25 #!EF #!N #!N 
   19 #!EC #!N #!N The attributes describe the maximum height above and 
   20 below the baseline for all characters in this font. The values 
   21 should be positive floating point numbers and they should add to 
   22 1.0. #!N #!N Each member of the group must be a 
   23 field. #!N #!N Each field must contain a 2-D or 3-D 
   24 "positions" component, and a "connections" component with element type "lines" or 
   25 "triangles." #!CForestGreen #!N #!N  #!F-adobe-courier-bold-r-normal--18*   #!N object "positions1" class array type 
   26 float rank 1 shape 3 items 3 #!N data follows 0.1 
   27 0.5 0.0 0.3 0.6 0.0 0.5 0.5 0.0 #!N #!N object 
   28 "connections1" class array type int rank 1 shape 2 items 2 
   29 #!N data follows 0 1 1 2 #!N attribute "element type" 
   30 string "lines" #!N attribute "ref" string "positions" #!EF #!N #!N #!EC 
   31 #!N #!N The character positions are assumed to have their horizontal 
   32 (X) origin at the left edge and their vertical (Y) origin 
   33 at the baseline. #!N #!N Each field must have a "char 
   34 width" attribute describing the character width for spacing when combining characters 
   35 into strings. #!CForestGreen #!N #!N  #!F-adobe-courier-bold-r-normal--18*   #!N object "circumflex" class field 
   36 #!N component "positions" value "positions1" #!N component "connections1" value "connections1" #!N 
   37 attribute "char width" number 0.55 #!EF #!N #!N #!EC #!N #!N 
   38 The fields can contain other components (such as "colors" or "normals" 
   39 ), although the standard Data Explorer modules will not process this 
   40 information. #!N #!N Those ASCII codes for which there is no 
   41 representation should be empty fields: #!CForestGreen #!N #!N  #!F-adobe-courier-bold-r-normal--18*   #!N object 
   42 "empty" class field #!EF #!N #!N #!EC #!N #!N A space 
   43 character can be generated by making an empty field with a 
   44 positive width: #!CForestGreen #!N #!N  #!F-adobe-courier-bold-r-normal--18*   #!N object "wide" class field 
   45 #!N attribute "char width" number 0.3 #!N #!N object "myfont" class 
   46 group #!N . #!N #!N member 32 value "wide" #!N . 
   47 #!N #!EF #!N #!N #!EC Overstrike characters can be generated by 
   48 making a field with a zero or negative width: #!CForestGreen #!N 
   49 #!N  #!F-adobe-courier-bold-r-normal--18*   #!N object "umlaut" class field #!N component "connections" value 
   50 "con1" #!N component "positions" value "pos1" #!N component "char width" number 
   51 0.0 #!EF #!N #!N #!EC #!N #!N The following fonts are 
   52 supplied with Data Explorer, and may be found in this directory 
   53 /usr/lpp/dx/fonts. Each one is a Data Explorer format file. If you 
   54 would like to look at the structure of a font file, 
   55 simply Import the data using the Import module, and Export it 
   56 in text format. #!T,1,131,261,651 #!N TAB default fonts TAB area TAB 
   57 an area font (same as pitman) #!N TAB - TAB fixed 
   58 TAB a fixed width font (same as roman_sfix) #!N TAB - 
   59 TAB variable TAB a variable width font (same as roman_s) #!N 
   60 TAB cyrilic font TAB cyril_d TAB a cyrilic double-line font #!N 
   61 TAB Gothic fonts TAB gothiceng_t TAB an English gothic triple-line font 
   62 #!N TAB - TAB gothicger_t TAB a German gothic triple-line font 
   63 #!N TAB - TAB gothicit_t TAB an Italian gothic triple-line font 
   64 #!N TAB Greek fonts TAB greek_s TAB a Greek single-line font 
   65 #!N TAB - TAB greek_d TAB a Greek double-line font #!N 
   66 TAB italic fonts TAB italic_d TAB an italic double-line font #!N 
   67 TAB - TAB italic_t TAB an italic triple-line font #!N TAB 
   68 area (filled) font TAB pitman TAB an area typewriter style font 
   69 that includes European National Language #!N TAB - TAB - TAB 
   70 characters #!N TAB Roman fonts TAB roman_s TAB a Roman single-line 
   71 sans serif font #!N TAB - TAB roman_d TAB a Roman 
   72 double-line sans serif font #!N TAB - TAB roman_dser TAB a 
   73 Roman double-line serif font #!N TAB - TAB roman_tser TAB a 
   74 Roman triple-line serif font #!N TAB - TAB roman_ext TAB an 
   75 extended character set Roman single-line sans-serif font that includes #!N TAB 
   76 - TAB - TAB European National Language characters #!N TAB script 
   77 fonts TAB script_s TAB a script single-line font #!N TAB - 
   78 TAB script_d TAB a script double-line font #!N #!N The default 
   79 font directory is /usr/lpp/dx/fonts. For user-added fonts, the DXFONTS variable can 
   80 contain a colon-separated list of directories to search for fonts before 
   81 searching the default directory. A font file name must be the 
   82 same as the font name. For example, the font "cursive" should 
   83 be stored in the "cursive.dx" file, and the  #!F-adobe-times-bold-r-normal--18*   font #!EF 
   84 parameter to the Caption module should be "cursive" to use this 
   85 font. The names of user-supplied fonts should be all lowercase. #!N 
   86 #!N Since font files are in the standard Data Explorer file 
   87 format, in addition to being used by Caption, Plot, AutoAxes, and 
   88 ColorBar, they can be read into Data Explorer with Import and 
   89 processed like any other group. Individual characters can be selected with 
   90 Select, colored with Color, and displayed with ShowConnections. Newly constructed fonts 
   91 can be exported with Export. #!N #!N  #!Lrom19,dxall746 t Table 9  #!EL  and  #!Lrom210,dxall746 t Table 10  #!EL  illustrate 
   92 those characters that are part of the roman_ext font. The appearance 
   93 of a character may differ from that illustrated in the tables. 
   94  #!Rrom19 #!T,1,81,161,241,321,401,481,561,641  #!F-adobe-times-bold-r-normal--18*   #!N TAB Table 9. roman_ext Font Characters (Part 
   95 1) #!N TAB Octal Value TAB 40 TAB 60 TAB 100 
   96 TAB 120 TAB 140 TAB 160 TAB 200 #!N TAB - 
   97 TAB - TAB - TAB - TAB - TAB - TAB 
   98 - TAB #!EF #!N TAB 0 TAB Blank TAB 0 TAB 
   99 @ TAB P TAB ' TAB p TAB C #!N TAB 
  100 1 TAB ! TAB 1 TAB A TAB Q TAB a 
  101 TAB q TAB ue #!N TAB 2 TAB " TAB 2 
  102 TAB B TAB R TAB b TAB r TAB e #!N 
  103 TAB 3 TAB # TAB 3 TAB C TAB S TAB 
  104 c TAB s TAB a #!N TAB 4 TAB $ TAB 
  105 4 TAB D TAB T TAB d TAB t TAB ae 
  106 #!N TAB 5 TAB % TAB 5 TAB E TAB U 
  107 TAB e TAB u TAB a #!N TAB 6 TAB & 
  108 TAB 6 TAB F TAB V TAB f TAB v TAB 
  109 a #!N TAB 7 TAB ' TAB 7 TAB G TAB 
  110 W TAB g TAB w TAB c #!N TAB 10 TAB 
  111 ( TAB 8 TAB H TAB X TAB h TAB x 
  112 TAB e #!N TAB 11 TAB ) TAB 9 TAB I 
  113 TAB Y TAB i TAB y TAB ee #!N TAB 12 
  114 TAB * TAB : TAB J TAB Z TAB j TAB 
  115 z TAB e #!N TAB 13 TAB + TAB ; TAB 
  116 K TAB [ TAB k TAB { TAB ie #!N TAB 
  117 14 TAB , TAB < TAB L TAB \ TAB l 
  118 TAB &splitvbar. TAB i #!N TAB 15 TAB - TAB = 
  119 TAB M TAB ] TAB m TAB } TAB i #!N 
  120 TAB 16 TAB . TAB > TAB N TAB ^ TAB 
  121 n TAB ~ TAB Ae #!N TAB 17 TAB / TAB 
  122 ? TAB O TAB _ TAB o TAB [_] TAB &angstrom. 
  123  #!Rrom210 #!T,1,81,161,241,321,401,481,561,641  #!F-adobe-times-bold-r-normal--18*   #!N TAB Table 10. roman_ext Font Characters (Part 
  124 2) #!N TAB Octal Value TAB 220 TAB 240 TAB 260 
  125 TAB 300 TAB 320 TAB 340 TAB 360 #!N TAB - 
  126 TAB - TAB - TAB - TAB - TAB - TAB 
  127 - TAB #!EF #!N TAB 0 TAB E TAB a TAB 
  128 - TAB &Alpha. TAB &Rho. TAB &iota. TAB #!N TAB 1 
  129 TAB ae TAB i TAB - TAB &Beta. TAB &Sigma TAB 
  130 &kappa. TAB #!N TAB 2 TAB AE TAB o TAB - 
  131 TAB &Gamma. TAB &Tau. TAB &lambda TAB #!N TAB 3 TAB 
  132 o TAB u TAB - TAB &Delta. TAB &Upsilon. TAB &mu. 
  133 TAB #!N TAB 4 TAB oe TAB n TAB - TAB 
  134 &Epsilon. TAB &Phi. TAB &nu. TAB #!N TAB 5 TAB o 
  135 TAB N TAB - TAB &Zeta. TAB &Chi. TAB &xi. TAB 
  136 #!N TAB 6 TAB u TAB &aus. TAB - TAB &Eta. 
  137 TAB &Psi. TAB &omicron. TAB #!N TAB 7 TAB u TAB 
  138 &ous. TAB - TAB &Theta. TAB &Omega. TAB &pi. TAB #!N 
  139 TAB 8 TAB ye TAB &invq. TAB - TAB &Iota. TAB 
  140 &alpha. TAB &rho. TAB #!N TAB 9 TAB Oe TAB - 
  141 TAB - TAB &Kappa TAB &beta. TAB ^ TAB #!N TAB 
  142 10 TAB Ue TAB - TAB - TAB &Lambda TAB &gamma. 
  143 TAB &tau. TAB #!N TAB 11 TAB  TAB - TAB 
  144 - TAB &Mu. TAB &delta. TAB &upsilon. TAB #!N TAB 12 
  145 TAB &Lsterling. TAB - TAB - TAB &Nu. TAB &epsilon. TAB 
  146 &phi. TAB #!N TAB 13 TAB &yen. TAB <inverted !> TAB 
  147 - TAB &Xi. TAB &zeta. TAB &chi. TAB #!N TAB 14 
  148 TAB &peseta. TAB << TAB - TAB &Omicron. TAB &eta. TAB 
  149 &psi. TAB #!N TAB 15 TAB &florin. TAB >> TAB &integral. 
  150 TAB &Pi. TAB &theta. TAB &omega. TAB  #!Reur111 #!T,1,161,486,646  #!F-adobe-times-bold-r-normal--18*   #!N 
  151 TAB Table 11. Additional Symbols \001 - \035 #!N TAB 1 
  152 TAB apostrophe curly open TAB ' #!N TAB 2 TAB apostrophe 
  153 curly close TAB ' #!N TAB 3 TAB backslash TAB \ 
  154 #!N TAB 4 TAB bullet TAB o #!N TAB 5 TAB 
  155 cent TAB  #!N TAB 6 TAB copyright TAB (C) #!N 
  156 TAB 7 TAB cross product TAB * #!N TAB 10 TAB 
  157 degree TAB <degree> #!N TAB 11 TAB emdash TAB -- #!N 
  158 TAB 12 TAB endash TAB - #!N TAB 13 TAB exclamation 
  159 TAB <inverted !> #!N TAB 14 TAB franc TAB &florin. #!N 
  160 TAB 15 TAB guillemet open TAB << #!N TAB 16 TAB 
  161 guillemet close TAB >> #!N TAB 17 TAB guillemet single open 
  162 TAB #!N TAB 20 TAB guillemet single close TAB #!N TAB 
  163 21 TAB infinity TAB <infinity> #!N TAB 22 TAB integral TAB 
  164 &integral. #!N TAB 23 TAB interrogatory TAB &invq. #!N TAB 24 
  165 TAB minus TAB - #!N TAB 25 TAB notequal TAB  
  166 #!N TAB 26 TAB plusminus TAB  #!N TAB 27 TAB 
  167 pound TAB &Lsterling. #!N TAB 30 TAB quote Open TAB " 
  168 #!N TAB 31 TAB quote close TAB " #!N TAB 32 
  169 TAB registered TAB (R) #!N TAB 33 TAB similar TAB &similar. 
  170 #!N TAB 34 TAB trademark TAB (TM) #!N TAB 35 TAB 
  171 yen TAB &yen. #!N #!N The octal values for the English 
  172 and Greek character sets in the pitman (or area) font are 
  173 the same as those illustrated in  #!Lrom19,dxall746 t Table 9  #!EL  and  #!Lrom210,dxall746 t Table 10  #!EL  . European 
  174 National Languages characters are provided using single octal values or using 
  175 a combination of values (see  #!Leur212,dxall746 t Table 12  #!EL  ). For example, ae is 
  176 produced using 252a, and i is produced using \221\237. Additional special 
  177 symbols are provided with octal values 001 to 035 (see  #!Leur111,dxall746 t Table 11  #!EL  
  178 ). #!N #!N The following illustrates how you could produce a 
  179 caption that contains the string "Jag aer haer pa semester." #!CForestGreen 
  180 #!N #!N  #!F-adobe-courier-bold-r-normal--18*   #!N caption = Caption("Jag \252ar h\252ar p\213a semester"; 
  181 font="pitman"); #!N camera = AutoCamera (caption); #!N Display(caption,camera); #!EF #!N #!N 
  182 #!EC  #!Reur212 #!T,1,81,241,321,646  #!F-adobe-times-bold-r-normal--18*   #!N TAB Table 12. European National Language 
  183 Symbols and Characters \200 to \255 #!N TAB 200 TAB aBar 
  184 TAB - TAB #!N TAB 201 TAB accentAcute TAB <acute> TAB 
  185 To type a acute, enter \201a. To type i acute, #!N 
  186 TAB - TAB - TAB - TAB enter\201\237. #!N TAB 202 
  187 TAB AccentAcute TAB <acute> TAB (Uppercase except I) #!N TAB 203 
  188 TAB IAccentAcute TAB I TAB (Uppercase I Acute) To type A 
  189 acute, enter \202A. #!N TAB 204 TAB accentGrave TAB ` TAB 
  190 (lowercase) #!N TAB 205 TAB AccentGrave TAB ` TAB (Uppercase except 
  191 I) #!N TAB 206 TAB IAccentGrave TAB I TAB (Uppercase I) 
  192 #!N TAB 207 TAB accentHungarian TAB - TAB (Double quote accent 
  193 over o and u) #!N TAB 210 TAB AccentHungarian TAB - 
  194 TAB (Double quote accent over O and U) #!N TAB 211 
  195 TAB ae TAB ae TAB (Ligature) #!N TAB 212 TAB AE 
  196 TAB AE TAB (Ligature) #!N TAB 213 TAB angstrom TAB - 
  197 TAB (Lowercase) #!N TAB 214 TAB Angstrom TAB - TAB (Uppercase) 
  198 #!N TAB 215 TAB breve TAB - TAB (Lowercase) #!N TAB 
  199 216 TAB Breve TAB - TAB (Uppercase) #!N TAB 217 TAB 
  200 c cedilla TAB c TAB (Lowercase c cedilla) #!N TAB 220 
  201 TAB C cedilla TAB C TAB (Uppercase C cedilla) #!N TAB 
  202 221 TAB widecircumflex TAB ^ TAB (Looks better than ASCII Circumflex 
  203 when used as a lowercase #!N TAB - TAB - TAB 
  204 - TAB accent) #!N TAB 222 TAB WideCircumflex TAB ^ TAB 
  205 (Uppercase except for I and O) #!N TAB 223 TAB WideCircumflex 
  206 TAB I TAB (Uppercase I) #!N TAB 224 TAB WideCircumflex TAB 
  207 O TAB (Uppercase O) #!N TAB 225 TAB Clicka TAB - 
  208 TAB (Used in Lithuanian over C, S, Z, c, s, and 
  209 z; also called #!N TAB - TAB - TAB - TAB 
  210 hacek or caron) #!N TAB 226 TAB CommaRomanian TAB - TAB 
  211 (Used in Romanian under S, T, s, and t) #!N TAB 
  212 227 TAB enya TAB - TAB (Lowercase for Spanish n, and 
  213 Portuguese a and o) #!N TAB 230 TAB Enya TAB - 
  214 TAB (Uppercase for Spanish N, and Portuguese A and O) #!N 
  215 TAB 231 TAB eth TAB &eth. TAB (Icelandic) #!N TAB 232 
  216 TAB Eth TAB &Eth. TAB (Icelandic) #!N TAB 233 TAB hookLithuanian 
  217 TAB - TAB (Cedilla-like hook used under Lithuanian a, e, and 
  218 u) #!N TAB 234 TAB ihookLithuanian TAB - TAB (Cedilla-like hook 
  219 used under Lithuanian i) #!N TAB 235 TAB HookLithuanian TAB - 
  220 TAB (Cedilla-like hook used under Lithuanian A, E, and U) #!N 
  221 TAB 236 TAB IHookLithuanian TAB - TAB (Cedilla-like hook used under 
  222 Lithuanian I) #!N TAB 237 TAB i dotless TAB - TAB 
  223 (Dotless i to be accented with acute, grave, etc.) #!N TAB 
  224 240 TAB l slash TAB - TAB (Slashed l used in 
  225 Polish) #!N TAB 241 TAB L slash TAB - TAB (Slashed 
  226 L used in Polish) #!N TAB 242 TAB macron TAB - 
  227 TAB (Lowercase) #!N TAB 243 TAB Macron TAB - TAB (Uppercase) 
  228 #!N TAB 244 TAB oBar TAB - TAB #!N TAB 245 
  229 TAB o slash TAB o TAB (Danish slashed o) #!N TAB 
  230 246 TAB O slash TAB O TAB (Danish slashed O) #!N 
  231 TAB 247 TAB Overdot TAB (.) TAB (Dot placed over Polish 
  232 Z and z) #!N TAB 250 TAB thorn TAB &thorn. TAB 
  233 (Icelandic) #!N TAB 251 TAB Thorn TAB &Thorn. TAB (Icelandic) #!N 
  234 TAB 252 TAB umlaut TAB &umlaut. TAB (Lowercase, also called diaresis) 
  235 #!N TAB 253 TAB Umlaut TAB &umlaut. TAB (Uppercase, except for 
  236 I and O) #!N TAB 254 TAB IUmlaut TAB &umlaut. TAB 
  237 (I umlaut) #!N TAB 255 TAB OUmlaut TAB &umlaut. TAB (O 
  238 umlaut) #!N #!N #!N  #!F-adobe-times-medium-i-normal--18*   Next Topic #!EF #!N #!N  #!Lintcols,dxall747 h Data Explorer Colors  #!EL  
  239 #!N  #!F-adobe-times-medium-i-normal--18*   #!N