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Builds a sequence of characters used to specify whether or not the text that follows the call to this function is in italic type.
Remark: The entire text written after the function is affected.
WINDEVUniversal Windows 10 AppAndroidiPhone/iPadIOS WidgetMac Catalyst In a window, this sequence of characters allows you to use italic (or normal) text:
  • in an element found in a List Box or Combo Box control.
  • in the title bar and/or status bar of a window.
  • in a Static control.
// Display the title "WINDEV, #1 in France." in the next window
NextTitle(gFontItalic() + "WINDEV" + gFontItalic(False) + ", #1 in France.")
<Result> = gFontItalic([<Italics>])
<Result>: Character string
Sequence of characters defining whether or not the rest of the text must be written in italic type.
WINDEVUniversal Windows 10 AppAndroidiPhone/iPadIOS WidgetMac Catalyst This sequence of characters can be:
WEBDEV - Server code This sequence of characters is not interpreted by the controls in WEBDEV. This function can be used to format the string returned by a WEBDEV Webservice consumed by a WINDEV or WINDEV Mobile application.
<Italics>: Optional boolean
  • True (by default) if the text that follows gFontItalic should be italic,
  • False otherwise.
  • The default font is restored after the call to the gFontXXX functions.
  • All the other characteristics of the font are kept (bold, ...).
  • Android If the "italic" attribute is enabled in the style of the element to which the graphic string is assigned, a call to gFontItalic with <Italic> set to False will not allow you to disable this attribute.
Component: wd280mdl.dll
Minimum version required
  • Version 11
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