[Fontinst] title graphic
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Sun Jun 26 12:46:28 CEST 2005
Lars Hellström schrieb:
> At 00.24 +0200 2005-06-24, Stephan Hennig wrote:
>>(and, e.g., what's the difference between Type-1 and Type-1C).
> The main difference is probably that a Type1 font is Postscript code
> throughout, whereas a CFF (or Type1C, as is the PDF key for this font type)
> is a compact collection of binary tables.
Thanks, Lars, I'll learn about that in a book.
> PS: In case you're interested, here is a Type1 font programmed without any
> of the usual "dessing it up as binary data", as an example of how much
> postscript there usually is in there.
I saved that for further investigation. :)
PS: I uploaded a new version of the graphic to
reading a bit in "TeX by topic" it now manages with TeX instead of LaTeX.
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