void lcrline( lstr, hl, cstr, hc, rstr, hr) FNTPLT.C Level 2
 
char *lstr The string to be left justified on the line.
float hl The height of the left string in inches (or cm).
char *cstr The string to be centered on the line.
float hc The height of the string to be centered on the line.
char *rstr The string to be right justified on the line.
float hr The height of the right string in inches (or cm).
 
lcrline() plots three text strings in a single line in page units. The string lstr is left justified. The string cstr is centered. The string rstr is right justified. Each string has its own height, hl, hc, and hr, respectively. The largest of these is used to determine the spacing between this line and the previous line. Basically, this routine is a combination of ltline(), ctline(), and rtline(), but it allows you to place all three strings on the same line. If you do not wish to use all of the three positions, pass a NULL string with height 0.0. See the example FONTTABL.C for an example of the use of lcrline().