Fonts overview

FIGlet fonts library - Font details

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Font: 'term'     (Download this font)    (Download font library)
Name of the font in figletized format:
term
(might look strange if the font is a symbol font)

Sample sentence:

(The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.)
The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.

Comments from font file

This comment was included with the font file and propably contains additional information about the font:
Terminal by Glenn Chappell 4/93
Includes characters 128-255
Enhanced for Latin-2,3,4 by John Cowan <cowan@ccil.org>
Latin character sets supported only if your screen font does
figlet release 2.2 -- November 1996
Permission is hereby given to modify this font, as long as the
modifier's name is placed on a comment line.

Double-checked by Paul Burton <solution@earthlink.net> 12/96.  Added the new
parameter supported by FIGlet and FIGWin.  Unlike all other FIGfonts, this one
is intended to produce output exactly the same as the input unless a control
file is used.  Therefore it produces the SAME output for smush, kern or fit.
  

Default character table

This table shows the most important Ascii characters in the font:
ABCDEFGHIJ

KLMNOPQRST

UVWXYZ

0123456789

abcdefghij

klmnopqrst

uvwxyz

äöüÄÖÜß

 !"#$%&'

()*+,-./

:;<=>?@

[\]^_{|}~
Note that many fonts contain additional characters not shown here.

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