void prtfnt (x, y, string, height, angle) FNTPLT.C Level 3
 
float x The x-location of lower left corner of the string from the left hand edge of the drawing page  measured in inches (or cm) on the full-page output.
float y The y-location of lower left corner of the string from the bottom of the drawing page  measured in inches (or cm) on the full-page output.
char *string String to be plotted. Less than 80 characters in length.
float height Character height in inches (or cm) on the full-page output.
int angle Angle at which the string is to be plotted. The angle is defined to increase in the ounterclockwise direction and is measured in degrees from the positive x axis. Any integer degree from -180 to +180 is allowed.
 
prtfnt() can be used for making text slides and viewgraphs since it doesn't require any plotting commands other than those in levels 0 and 1. Ordinarily, the paper is oriented with the long direction horizontal. The orientation may be changed by calling rotate(). Using lmargin(), tmargin(), linesp(), ctline(), and ltline() makes the production of text slides easy. You must still call page(). All the size and location parameters are absolute unless setscale(1) is called.