Query whether a font is fixed-width.
int TTF_FontFaceIsFixedWidth(const TTF_Font *font);
|font||the font to query.|
Returns non-zero if fixed-width, zero if not.
A "fixed-width" font means all glyphs are the same width across; a lowercase 'i' will be the same size across as a capital 'W', for example. This is common for terminals and text editors, and other apps that treat text as a grid. Most other things (WYSIWYG word processors, web pages, etc) are more likely to not be fixed-width in most cases.
This function is available since SDL_ttf 2.0.12.