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ufmFree(3w)							   ufmFree(3w)

NAME    [Toc]    [Back]

     ufmFree - free an area of memory that was allocated by UFM

C SYNOPSIS    [Toc]    [Back]

     #include <ufm.h>

     void ufmFree(void *ufmPointer)

DESCRIPTION    [Toc]    [Back]

     ufmFree frees the data the	pointer	ufmPointer points to.  You must	use
     the function ufmFree to free any objects that were	allocated by the
     Universal Font Manager (UFM), unless an alternate UFM function is
     explicitly	specified for the object.

     For example, your program should call ufmFree if it wants to free the
     memory allocated for a font path by ufmGetFontPath.  If it	wants to free
     character bitmaps,	font information, character outlines, scalable
     character metrics,	typeface information, or typeface lists	returned by
     ufmGetBitmap, ufmGetFontInfo, ufmGetOutline, ufmGetScalableMetrics,
     ufmGetTypefaceInfo	or ufmGetTypefaceList, it should call ufmFreeBitmap,
     ufmFreeFontInfo, ufmFreeOutline, ufmFreeScalableMetrics,
     ufmFreeTypefaceInfo and ufmFreeTypefaceList, respectively.

SEE ALSO    [Toc]    [Back]

     ufmFreeBitmap(3w),	ufmFreeFontInfo(3w), ufmFreeOutline(3w),
     ufmFreeScalableMetrics(3w), ufmFreeTypefaceInfo(3w),
     ufmFreeTypefaceList(3w), ufmGetFontPath(3w).

DIAGNOSTICS    [Toc]    [Back]

     If	the argument ufmPointer	has the	value NULL, ufmFree will not use that

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