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Can anyone suggest a solution to the problem, i.e. why is it not working?


You should use Graphics::RasterizeObject instead of Graphics::MeasureString.
function GetExtent(const Para: string; Font: string): string;
I: Integer;
Result := ‘Hello World’;
I := Length(Result);
while (I 0) and (Result[I] ”) do
SetLength(Result, I);

FigureText: TFont;
Rectangle: TRectangle;
TextWidth: Integer;

FigureText := TFont.Create(‘Times New Roman’);
FigureText.Color := clBlack;
TextWidth := FigureText.MeasureText(‘Hello World’);

//Print out the extent
Rectangle := Rectangle(0, 0, 0, 0);
Rectangle := Rectangle.Intersect(Rectangle(0, 0, TextWidth, 0));
Print(‘Text:’+ GetExtent(Para, FigureText) +’with width:’+ IntToStr(TextWidth) +’mm’, Rectangle);

//Capture entire figure area before rasterization
Rectangle := TRectangle.Create(0, 0, 0, 0);
Print(‘Rectangle:’+ Rectangle.ToString, Rectangle);

[Edit: replaced TRectangle by TRectangle6](
[Edit2: Minor formatting]


If you want to avoid using a loop the earliest thing I can think of is to use the TRectangle.
Here is the code if you don’t need all of the text (just the width of the longest line):
function get_text_width(aTxt: string): Integer;
cMaxSize = 15;
W: Integer;

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An easy way to find ambiguity in grammar?

The document I have to process contains non-regular grammar and I have to find ambiguities in it, so I’ve tried to find correct rules but I couldn’t find a way to do it easily. I’ve tried to use antlr v4.6 but I couldn’t find a way to do it.
The grammar looks like this:

product : product_name []
product_name : product_id [] name
name : STRING | ID
product_id : STRING

Now I’d like to know if any of names is reserved word, i.e. STRING is reserved