fmoutchar - render a single glyph.
long fmoutchar(fh, ch)
unsigned int ch;
fmoutchar renders a single glyph from the given font. It does not change
the current font. If the glyph doesn't exist, it spaces forward the
width of a space; if a space doesn't exist, it spaces forward the width
of the font. The width used is returned. Note that 'ch' is declared as
'unsigned int' so that characters with code > 256 can be displayed.
fminit(3W), fmfindfont(3W), fmscalefont(3W), fmsetfont(3W).
This routine is available only in immediate mode.
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