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Detecing 2D string's font style

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hi!

I am trying to detect 2D string's font style.(ex. bold, italic...)

Is there any way to dect in Font constructor?

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I guess Section "4.9.5. Measuring Text and Fonts" should help
http://skaiste.elekta.lt/Books/O'Reilly/Bookshelfs/books/javaenterprise/jfc/ch04_09.htm
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