Anonymous Pro (2009) is a family of four fixed-width fonts designed especially with coding in mind. Characters that could be mistaken for one another (O, 0, I, l, 1, etc.) have distinct shapes to make them easier to tell apart in the context of source code.
Anonymous Pro also features an international, Unicode-based character set, with support for most Western and European Latin- based languages, Greek, and Cyrillic. It also includes special “box drawing” characters for those who need them.
While Anonymous Pro looks great on Macs, Windows and Linux PCs with antialiasing enabled, it also includes embedded bitmaps for specific pixel sizes ("ppems" in font nerd speak) for both the regular and bold weight. (Since slanted bitmaps look pretty bad and hard to read at the supported sizes, it was chosen to use the upright bitmaps for the italics as well.) Bitmaps are included for these ppems: 10, 11, 12, and 13.
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