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By Tao Liu

Expand your C# abilities to F#—and create analytical, data-rich computational and parallel software program elements quicker. subject matters contain F# for OOP, useful, and important programming; F# and C# info constructions; layout styles; real-world apps.

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In the days of the letterpress, there was no way to magnify or reduce a shape arbitrarily. The different body sizes of a given typographic character were engraved separately. And typesetters took advantage of this necessity to improve the legibility of each size: the small sizes had letters that were relatively wider and more spacious than those of the large ones, which were drawn with more details, more contrast between thick and thin strokes, and so on. 2 The Didot point is still used in Greece, where letterpress typesetters complain that text set with the pica point “comes out too small”.

Conclusion: an electronic document must contain characters if it is to be indexed and become a full-fledged part of the World Wide Web. But we also expect an electronic document to have the appearance of a paper document or to yield an equivalent appearance when printed out. It must therefore be typeset; that is, it must contain glyphs arranged very precisely on lines, with due regard for kerning. These lines must form paragraphs and pages according to the typographic conventions developed through the ages.

To set a sequence of glyphs, the software calls up a font through the operating system and asks for the glyphs that it needs. The way in which the glyphs are described depends on the font format: PostScript, TrueType, or any of a number of others, all of them quite different. The earliest fonts were bitmaps: the glyphs were described by white and black pixels (see Appendix A). Although we can easily describe a bitmap font for use on a screen, in which each glyph contains at most a few dozen pixels, it would be cumbersome to do the same for high-resolution printers, for which a single glyph may require thousands of pixels.

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