Char-table of functions for automatic character composition.
For each character that has to be composed automatically with
preceding and/or following characters, this char-table contains
a function to call to compose that character.
The element at index C in the table, if non-nil, is a list of
composition rules of this form: ([PATTERN PREV-CHARS FUNC] ...)
PATTERN is a regular expression which C and the surrounding
characters must match.
PREV-CHARS is a non-negative integer (less than 4) specifying how many
characters before C to check the matching with PATTERN. If it is 0,
PATTERN must match C and the following characters. If it is 1,
PATTERN must match a character before C and the following characters.
If PREV-CHARS is 0, PATTERN can be nil, which means that the
single character C should be composed.
FUNC is a function to return a glyph-string representing a
composition of the characters that match PATTERN. It is
called with one argument GSTRING.
GSTRING is a template of a glyph-string to return. It is already
filled with a proper header for the characters to compose, and
glyphs corresponding to those characters one by one. The
function must return a new glyph-string with the same header as
GSTRING, or modify GSTRING itself and return it. See also the documentation of `auto-composition-mode'.