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    Julia Mono was recently added to the programming fonts comparison tool if you want to compare it to your font of choice:

    https://www.programmingfonts.org/#julia-mono

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      It looks like there are no embedded bitmap data.

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        The math example is one step away from executable LaTeX. I wonder if this kind of thing will eventually become popular in the DS world.

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          Is there a list of unicode ranges corresponding to available glyphs?

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            Sorry for the info dump, but here’s the full list of codepoints with glyphs currently assigned:

            0, d, 20-7f, a0-1f5, 1f7-371, 37b-37f, 384-38a, 38c, 38e-3a1, 3a3-3e1, 3f0-44f, 451-45c, 45e-479, 480-481, 483-52f, 55a, 589, 58d-58e, 5b9, 5d0-5ea, 5f3-5f4, 61b, 61e-61f, 66d, 6dd-6de, 7f7, 966-96f, 9e6-9ef, fca, 10d0, 1400-169c, 16a0-16f0, 18b0-18f5, 1ab0-1abf, 1c90, 1d00-1d90, 1d92-1df5, 1dfc-1f04, 1f08-1f10, 1f12, 1f14, 1f18-1f1d, 1f20-1f32, 1f34, 1f36, 1f38-1f45, 1f48-1f4d, 1f50-1f53, 1f56, 1f59, 1f5b, 1f5d, 1f5f-1f62, 1f64-1f66, 1f68-1f7d, 1f82, 1f88-1f8f, 1f92, 1f98-1f9f, 1fa2, 1fa8-1faf, 1fb1-1fb3, 1fb6-1fc1, 1fc3, 1fc6-1fcf, 1fd1, 1fd6-1fdb, 1fdd-1fdf, 1fe1, 1fe4-1fef, 1ff2-1ff3, 1ff6-1ffe, 2000-2064, 2066-206b, 206e-2071, 2074-208e, 2090-209c, 20a0-20bf, 20d0-20f0, 2100-218b, 2190-2426, 2440-244a, 2460-27ff, 2801-2b73, 2b76-2b95, 2b97-2bff, 2c60-2c63, 2c65, 2c6d, 2c6f-2c70, 2c75, 2c77, 2c7a-2c7f, 2caf, 2cb2-2cb3, 2cdf, 2d00-2d25, 2d27, 2d2d, 2d30-2e3a, 2e3c-2e42, 2e4a-2e52, 3001-3004, 3008-3023, 3030, 3036, 303c-303d, 30fb, 3248-325f, 3297, 3299, 32b1-32bf, 3371-3379, 3380-33dd, 4dc0-4dff, 534d, a640-a67d, a67f-a69f, a700-a723, a728, a72a-a73a, a73e-a73f, a746-a74b, a74d-a74e, a750, a752, a756, a75a-a75d, a764-a766, a76a-a76b, a76e-a771, a779-a77a, a780, a786, a788-a78b, a78d, a792, a796, a799, a79d, a79f, a7a7-a7a8, a7aa-a7ac, a7b1, a7b3, a7b5, a7f8-a7fa, aa5c, ab32, ab38-ab39, ab3d-ab3f, ab52-ab53, ab5b-ab5f, ab64-ab65, e0a0-e0a3, e0b0-e0bf, e606, e609, e60c, e60e, e611-e615, e61d-e61e, e624, e62a-e62b, e709, e711-e712, e725-e729, e73e, e789, e78b, e800-e802, e804-e817, e826, e830-e833, e837-e839, e840-e841, f0fd, f179, f302, f534, f8ff, fab2, fb01-fb02, fb25, fb31-fb35, fe00-fe10, fe13-fe19, fe20-fe50, fe52, fe54-fe66, fe68-fe6b, feff, ff01-ff60, ff62-ff63, ff65, ffe0-ffe6, ffe8, ffed-ffee, fff9-fffd, 10000, 10143-10147, 1014d, 10192, 101f1, 101f7, 101fd, 102fa, 10b3a-10b3f, 1d0f6-1d0ff, 1d106, 1d10b, 1d110-1d111, 1d114-1d11e, 1d121-1d122, 1d12a-1d12b, 1d134-1d135, 1d13d-1d13e, 1d15e-1d161, 1d165-1d169, 1d16d-1d172, 1d17b-1d182, 1d185-1d18b, 1d191-1d193, 1d195, 1d197-1d19a, 1d1aa-1d1ad, 1d2e0-1d2f3, 1d360-1d378, 1d400-1d454, 1d456-1d4b9, 1d4bb, 1d4bd-1d4c3, 1d4c5-1d505, 1d507-1d50a, 1d50d-1d514, 1d516-1d51c, 1d51e-1d539, 1d53b-1d53e, 1d540-1d544, 1d546, 1d54a-1d550, 1d552-1d6a5, 1d6a8-1d7cb, 1d7ce-1d7ff, 1f004, 1f030-1f093, 1f0a0-1f0ae, 1f0b1-1f0bf, 1f0c1-1f0cf, 1f0d1-1f0f5, 1f100-1f1a0, 1f201-1f202, 1f4ac, 1f5e8-1f5eb, 1f650-1f67f, 1f700-1f80b, 1f810-1f847, 1f850-1f859, 1f860-1f887, 1f890-1f8ad, 1f8b0-1f8b1, 1fa4e, 1fa51, 1fb95-1fb9f, 1fbf0-1fbf9, f0000-f012f,

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              Thanks. It looks truly impressive. It would be helpful if we can find such info in the readme or somewhere.

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                Seems of niche interest. You can just download the file and look with some font software?

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            I’ve been using this for a couple of weeks and I like it :) it’s really nice having unicode symbols appear more consistent with the rest of the code and I like the * being big and on the same height as +.

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              Doesn’t have a slashed zero

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                First off, good.

                Second, there’s a slashed zero available under “alternative forms” -

                https://cormullion.github.io/pages/2020-07-26-JuliaMono/#contextual_and_stylistic_alternates_and_ligatures

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                  Oh good!