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char command specifies both side bearings for a single
character. It has the form:
char charname expr1 , expr2
width(charname). If these expressions contain identifiers, the values of those identifiers are not resolved until after Charspace has read all the CMI files.
Giving the side bearings symbolically is useful when the character definition is intended to be used for more than one typeface. For example, `common.cmi' (see section 9.1 Charspace usage) contains:
char K H-sb , uc-min-sb char L H-sb , uc-min-sb
Then the CMI file you write for a particular font can define
uc-min-sb, and not have to redefine the side bearings for
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