This example shows an example of the CHARSET section in the
[CHARSET] ;charset = fgid, height, width, strikeover, underline C?H200A0=2304,110,73,0,0 C?H200D0=2304,140,93,0,0 C?N200B0=2308,120,80,0,0 C?4200B0=416,120,144,0,0 C?D0GT15=230,80,96,0,0 C?A155A0=33207,110,73,0,0 C?A155A0=33227,110,73,0,0 C?T055D0=4407, 140,93,0,0 C?T17500=4555,100,67,0.0 C?T17560=4555,60,40,0,0 DEFAULT=2308,80,0
The CHARSET section lists each AFP font character set and its corresponding attributes. The next table describes the attributes and values for CHARSET.
|fgid||IBM-defined font global identifer (FGID) or your own FGID in one of these ranges:
||2308||A unique value that identifies the type family, typeface, and sometimes the point size of the character set.|
|height||1 to 990||80||The vertical size of the character set (minimal baseline-to-baseline value) expressed in tenths of a point. For example, a 9-point font would have a height of 90.|