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Small Code is a grotesk monospaced font that is designed to include a variety of languages encoded in the BMP and SMP.

It also has a variety of letters in the PUA, such as capital versions of most Latin letters without capitals, characters for Latin letters not included in the Unicode standard, Swedish Dialect Alphabet compatibility characters, archaic IPA characters, Initial Teaching Alphabet characters, miscellaneous Cyrillic letters, Latin phonetic symbols, Tifinagh combined characters, alternate Latin letters for African languages and Polish, medieval extensions, unencoded and lowercase Roman numerals, unencoded mathematical symbols, numbers, superscripts and subscripts, unencoded control symbols, combining numbers, Unifon, unencoded fractions, IMFI forms of Arabic letters not encoded in Arabic Presentation Forms-A and -B, IMFI forms for Adlam, Powerline symbols, and coding ligatures.

This is my largest font yet!

This font has risen up to #5 on character count!

UPDATE: This font has fallen back to #8. :(

UPDATE 2: In the PUA, the upcoming Myanmar Extended-C block and Tai Khamti digits.

This font has extensions listed here:

Small Code PUA: https://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/2268345/small-code-pua


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