From: Andrew C. West (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jun 26 2003 - 10:13:27 EDT
On Thu, 26 Jun 2003 14:26:13 +0200, "Philippe Verdy" wrote:
> Isn't there a work-around with the following function (quote from Microsoft
> (with the caveat that you first need to allocate and fill a Unicode string for
> codepoints you want to test, and this can be lengthy if one wants to retreive
> full list of supported codepoints).
> However, this is still the best function to use to know if a string can
> be rendered before drawing it...
GetGlyphIndices() or Uniscribe's ScriptGetCMap() would be OK for checking
coverage for small Unicode blocks such as Gothic (27 codepoints) or even
Mathematical Alphanumeric Symbols (992 codepoints), but I suspect your
application would freeze if you tried to use it to work out exact codepoint
coverage of CJK-B (42,711 codepoints) and PUA-A and PUA-B (65,534 codepoints
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