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% Copyright (C) 1992, 1997, 1998, 1999 Aladdin Enterprises. All rights reser ved.

% % This software is provided AS-IS with no warranty, either express or % implied. % % This software is distributed under license and may not be copied, % modified or distributed except as expressly authorized under the terms % of the license contained in the file LICENSE in this distribution. % % For more information about licensing, please refer to % http://www.ghostscript.com/licensing/. For information on % commercial licensing, go to http://www.artifex.com/licensing/ or % contact Artifex Software, Inc., 101 Lucas Valley Road #110, % San Rafael, CA 94903, U.S.A., +1(415)492-9861. % $Id$ % type1ops.ps % Define the Type 1 and Type 2 font opcodes for use by Ghostscript utilities. % Define the default value of lenIV. % Note that this expects the current font to be on the dictionary stack. /lenIV { FontType 2 eq { -1 } { 4 } ifelse } def % ---------------- Encoding ---------------- % /Type1encode 70 dict % Data types dup /nulltype { pop () } put dup /nametype { Type1encode exch get } put dup /stringtype { } put dup /integertype { dup dup -107 ge exch 107 le and { 139 add (x) dup 0 4 -1 roll put } { dup dup -1131 ge exch 1131 le and { dup 0 ge { 16#f694 } { neg 16#fa94 } ifelse add (xx) dup dup 0 4 index -8 bitshift put 1 4 -1 roll 255 and put } { (\377xxxx) 1 1 4 { dup 8 mul 32 sub 3 index exch bitshift 255 and 2 index 3 1 roll put } for exch pop } ifelse } ifelse } put % Operators % Identical or similar in Type 1 and Type 2. /c_hstem 1 def dup /hstem <01> put

/c_vstem 3 def dup /vstem <03> put /c_vmoveto 4 def dup /vmoveto <04> put /c_rlineto 5 def dup /rlineto <05> put /c_hlineto 6 def dup /hlineto <06> put /c_vlineto 7 def dup /vlineto <07> put /c_rrcurveto 8 def dup /rrcurveto <08> put /c_callsubr 10 def /s_callsubr <0a> def dup /callsubr s_callsubr put /c_return 11 def dup /return <0b> put /c_escape 12 def /ce_div 12 def /s_div <0c0c> def dup /div s_div put /c_endchar 14 def /s_endchar <0e> def dup /endchar s_endchar put /c_rmoveto 21 def dup /rmoveto <15> put /c_hmoveto 22 def dup /hmoveto <16> put /c_vhcurveto 30 def dup /vhcurveto <1e> put /c_hvcurveto 31 def dup /hvcurveto <1f> put % Only in Type 1. /c_closepath 9 def dup /closepath <09> put /c_hsbw 13 def /s_hsbw <0d> def dup /hsbw s_hsbw put /ce_dotsection 0 def /s_dotsection <0c06> def dup /dotsection s_dotsection put /ce_vstem3 1 def /s_vstem3 <0c01> def dup /vstem3 s_vstem3 put /ce_hstem3 2 def /s_hstem3 <0c02> def dup /hstem3 s_hstem3 put /ce_seac 6 def /s_seac <0c06> def dup /seac s_seac put /ce_sbw 7 def /s_sbw <0c07> def dup /sbw s_sbw put /ce_callothersubr 16 def /s_callothersubr <0c10> def dup /callothersubr s_ callothersubr put /ce_pop 17 def /s_pop <0c11> def dup /pop s_pop put /ce_setcurrentpoint 33 def /s_setcurrentpoint <0c21> def dup /setcurrentpo int s_setcurrentpoint put /s_setcurrentpoint_hmoveto s_setcurrentpoint <8b16> concatstrings def % Only in Type 2. dup /blend <10> put dup /hstemhm <12> put dup /hintmask <13> put dup /cntrmask <14> put dup /vstemhm <17> put dup /rcurveline <18> put dup /rlinecurve <19> put dup /vvcurveto <1a> put dup /hhcurveto <1b> put dup /callgsubr <1d> put dup /and <0c03> put dup /or <0c04> put dup /not <0c05> put dup /store <0c08> put dup /abs <0c09> put dup /add <0c0a> put dup /sub <0c0b> put dup /load <0c0d> put dup /neg <0c0c> put dup /eq <0c0f> put dup /drop <0c12> put dup /put <0c14> put dup /get <0c15> put dup /ifelse <0c16> put dup /random <0c17> put dup /mul <0c18> put dup /sqrt <0c1a> put dup /dup <0c1b> put dup /exch <0c1c> put

dup dup dup dup dup dup

/index <0c1d> put /roll <0c1e> put /hflex <0c22> put /flex <0c23> put /hflex1 <0c24> put /flex1 <0c25> put

readonly def % ---------------- Decoding ---------------- % /Type1decode 512 array Type1encode { dup type /stringtype eq { dup length 1 eq { 0 get } { 1 get 256 add } ifelse % stack: array key code exch 2 index 3 1 roll put } { pop pop } ifelse } forall dup 12 { dup read pop dup Type1decode exch 256 add get dup null ne { exch pop } { pop 2 string dup 0 12 put dup 1 4 -1 roll put } ifelse } put dup 28 { % Type 2 only dup read pop 128 xor 128 sub 8 bitshift 1 index read pop add } put 32 1 246 { 2 copy dup 139 sub put pop } for dup 247 { dup read pop 108 add } put dup 248 { dup read pop 364 add } put dup 249 { dup read pop 620 add } put dup 250 { dup read pop 876 add } put dup 251 { dup read pop 108 add neg } put dup 252 { dup read pop 364 add neg } put dup 253 { dup read pop 620 add neg } put dup 254 { dup read pop 876 add neg } put dup 255 { % Different for Type 1 and Type 2 dup read pop 128 xor 128 sub 3 { 8 bitshift 1 index read pop add } repeat FontType 2 eq { 65536.0 div } if } put readonly def % ---------------- Procedures ---------------- % % % % % % % % For these utilities, a CharString is represented by a sequence of integers, reals, strings, and names, either in an array or on the stack. Integers and reals represent themselves; strings are other data that appears in the CharString; names are CharString operator names. A CharString in an array is called a "charproc"; a CharString on the stack is called a "charstack", and is delimited by a mark. Individual elements are called "chartokens".

% ------ Encoding ------ % % Get the string for a chartoken. % Note that this string may be overwritten by the next call. /chartoken_string { % <chartoken> chartoken_string <string> dup type Type1encode exch get exec } bind def % Compute the length of a CharString. /chartoken_length { % <chartoken> chartoken_length <length> chartoken_string length } bind def /charproc_length { % <charproc> charproc_length <length> 0 exch { chartoken_length add } forall } bind def /charstack_length { % <charstack> charstack_length <charstack> <length> counttomark 0 exch -1 1 { index chartoken_length add } for } bind def % Write a CharString to a file. Normally this will be a NullEncode filter % writing on a string of the correct length. /chartoken_write { % <file> <chartoken> chartoken_write chartoken_string writestring } bind def /charproc_write { % <file> <charproc> charproc_write { 1 index exch chartoken_write } forall pop } bind def % Note that the arguments of charstack_write are backwards. /charstack_write { % <charstack> <file> charstack_write counttomark 1 sub -1 1 { index 1 index exch chartoken_write } for cleartomark } bind def % Convert a charproc or charstack to an *un*encrypted CharString. /charproc_string { % <charproc> charproc_string <string> mark exch aload pop charstack_string } bind def /charstack_string { % <charstack> charstack_string <string> charstack_length lenIV 0 gt { lenIV add string dup dup length lenIV sub lenIV exch getinterval % skip lenIV } { string } ifelse /NullEncode filter exch 1 index counttomark 1 add 2 roll charstack_write closefile % lenIV 0 ge { 4330 exch dup .type1encrypt exch pop readonly } if } bind def % ------ Decoding ------ % % Decode a CharString (unencrypted). /charstack_read { % <file> charstack_read <no-mark-charstack> { dup read not { pop exit } if Type1decode 1 index get dup null eq { pop 1 string dup 0 4 -1 roll put } { exch pop exec } ifelse exch } loop

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