C 言語関数:ExtTextOut サンプルコード

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TITLE : Windows API | barkingbogart
Why no text show up or extra text show up when ExtTextOut() with Calibri font in Windows 7 ?.......
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TITLE : Windows API | barkingbogart
Recently I came across a bug that the text (English) was not correctly drawn with ExtTextOut() (using ETO_GLYPH_INDEX) when Calibri was set as the font. More specifically, if the text contains “fi”, “ti”, “ft”, “ff”, “tt”, it either shows a “?” in the end, or no show at all........
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TITLE : Windows API | barkingbogart
Draw text with ExtTextOut() using the GCP_RESULTS returned from step 1........
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TITLE : Windows API | barkingbogart
Here’s some observations that are not obvious about TextOut() and ExtTextOut():.......
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TITLE : Windows API | barkingbogart
TextOut() and ExtTextOut() have some built-in font fallback and visual reorder mechanism when used without any “special settings”. As seen in line 1 and 2, the text contains English, Chinese and Hebrew characters and “Calibri” is selected as the font. “Calibri” does not have glyphs for Chinese and Hebrew, yet all characters show up correctly. Also note that Hebrew text is in correct visual order as Hebrew is a right-to-left language........
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TITLE : Windows API | barkingbogart
Drawing glyphs with ExtTextOut() has similar results, but the missing glyphs will not be shown at all. Line 5 shows that Chinese and Hebrew are completely missing (without even the “?”)........
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TITLE : Windows API | barkingbogart
Character spacing can be specified by manipulating the lpDx array in the GCP_RESULTS structure. As seen in the sample code, we can get all information about the glyphs for the text by calling GetCharacterPlacement() and pass in a GCP_RESULTS structure. the lpDx point to an array of “glyph width” that can be used by ExtTextOut(). Increase the values in the array results in increased character space as shown in line 6. The vertical line marks the end of each glyph........
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TITLE : ExtTextOut 関数
BOOL ExtTextOut(.......
http://msdn.microsoft.com/ja-jp/library/cc428620.aspx
TITLE : ExtTextOut function (Windows)
BOOL ExtTextOut(.......
http://msdn.microsoft.com/ja-jp/library/windows/desktop/dd162713(v=vs.85).aspx
TITLE : c++ - ExtTextOut fails with very long strings unless lower font quality specified - Stack Overflow
return ExtTextOut(h_Dc, X, Y, u32_Flags, pk_Rect, u16_String, u32_StrLen, ps32_DX);.......
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1367130/exttextout-fails-with-very-long-strings-unless-lower-font-quality-specified
TITLE : c++ - ExtTextOut fails with very long strings unless lower font quality specified - Stack Overflow
if (!ExtTextOut(h_Dc, 0, 0, u32_Flags, pk_Rect, u16_String, u32_Count, ps32_DX)).......
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1367130/exttextout-fails-with-very-long-strings-unless-lower-font-quality-specified
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