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Adobe Type 1
Font Format
Adobe System s Incorporated
Adobe System s Incorporated
Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, Inc.
Readin g, Massach usetts\u2022 Men lo Park, Californ ia\u2022 New York
Don Mills, Ontario\u2022 Wokingham , England\u2022 Am sterdam
Bonn\u2022 Sydney\u2022 Singapore\u2022 Tokyo\u2022 Madrid\u2022 San Juan
Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
Adobe type 1 font form at / Adobe System s Incorporated.
p. cm
Includes index
ISBN 0-201-57044-0
1. PostScript (Com puter program language)
2. Adobe
Type 1 font (Com puter program ) I. Adobe System s.
QA76.73.P67A36 1990
686.2\u20192544536\u2014dc20
90-42516
Copyright \u00a9 1990 Adobe System s Incorporated.

All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written perm ission of Adobe System s In corporated an d Addison -Wesley, In c.

Prin ted in th e Un ited States of Am erica.
Published simultaneously in Canada.

Th e in form ation in th is book is furn ish ed for in form ation al use on ly, is subject to change without notice, and should not be construed as a commitment by Adobe System s Incorporated. Adobe System s Incorporated assum es no responsibility or liability for an y errors or in accuracies th at m ay appear in th is book. Th e software described in th is book is furn ish ed un der licen se an d m ay on ly be used or copied in accordan ce with th e term s of such licen se.

Please remember that existing font software programs that you may desire to access as a result of inform ation described in this book m ay be protected under copyrigh t law. Th e un auth orized use or m odi\ufb01cation of an y existin g fon t software program could be a violation of th e righ ts of th e auth or. Please be sure you obtain any perm ission required from such authors.

PostScript, th e PostScript logo, Display PostScript, Adobe, an d th e Adobe logo are trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated registered in the U.S. Adobe Type Man ager is a tradem ark of Adobe System s In corporated. IBM is a registered trade- mark of International Business Machines Corporation. Macintosh and LaserWriter are registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc. Helvetica and Optim a are tradem arks of Lin otype AG an d/or its subsidiaries. ITC Ston e is a reg- istered tradem ark of In tern ation al Typeface Corporation . Oth er bran d or product n am es are th e tradem arks or registered tradem arks of th eir respective h olders.

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Th ird prin tin g, February 1993, Version 1.1
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Chapter 1:Introduction.................................................................1

1.1 Wh at Is a Type 1 Fon t Program ?.................................................... 2 1.2 What This Document Does............................................................ 3 1.3 Versions and Compatibility...........................................................4 1.4 Copyrigh ts for Type 1 Fon t Program s............................................ 5

Chapter 2:Font Program Organization..........................................7

2.1 Building Characters........................................................................7 2.2 Font Dictionary..............................................................................9 2.3 Explan ation of a Typical Fon t Program....................................... 10 2.4 Inside the Encrypted Portion....................................................... 14 2.5 Unique Identification Numbers and Font Names....................... 17

Chapter 3:Character Outline Considerations...............................21

3.1 Character Geography...................................................................21 3.2 Alignments and Overshoots........................................................23 3.3 Character Coordinate Space........................................................ 25 3.4 Character Paths............................................................................26 3.5 Direction of Paths........................................................................27 3.6 Overlapping Paths........................................................................28

Chapter 4:Technical Design Considerations.................................29

4.1 Points at Extremes........................................................................29 4.2 Tangent Continuity.....................................................................30 4.3 Conciseness..................................................................................31 4.4 Consistency..................................................................................32

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