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Published: **22nd January, 2016**

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**clone** of Avantesk

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Clone of Avantesk. In my symbolic logic class, when I was typing out my homework, there wasn't any font that had logic symbols, I thus had to copy-paste each individual symbol from a wiki article. It was very tedious. So I decided to make a logic font. This is "my" second logic font and as you can see, this font was created by Eskema. If you like the way it looks, you can thank/credit Eskema (though Eskema seems to have been gone for 5 years now. All of its appearance is not due to me, I merely repurposed a few of the symbols to make it a logic font. But when I saw "Avantesk" I simply knew I had to revive "my" logic series.

The ! is the "not", @is "all since its like an A. # is the "some" since its like 3, $ is the "therefore" since FOUR, % is the "if then", ^ is the "or" since the symbol is so similar, & is the "and" because DUH!! * is the "if and only if"/mutual biconditional.

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Published: **6th October, 2014**

Last edited:**12th May, 2015**

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**clone** of Motorik NBP

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Clone of Motorik NBP. In my symbolic logic class, when I was typing out my homework, there wasn't any font that had logic symbols, I thus had to copy-paste each individual symbol from a wiki article. It was very tedious. Hence for the first time in Fontstruct (I checked) I present The Logic font. For this "project" I needed a good, clean font with a "type 1" filter. Thus my thanks goes out to Perjys547 who doesn't seem to be an active Fontstructor anymore. I want to emphasize that absolutely all of this is his work minus the !@#$%^&*, which I put into logic symbols. That's all I did. ! is the "not" @ is the "all" since its like an A # is the "some" since its like a 3 $ is the "therefore" since FOUR % is the "if then" ^ is the "or" since the symbol is similar & is the "and" because duh!!!! * is the "if and only if" /mutual biconditional.

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- Addition (2)
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