I promised last week that I’d do a monospace font this week, and here it is!
You see, it’s easy to find monospace fonts that claim to be suitable for all screens, or clearly distinguishing between 0 and O, 1 and l, etc. And most of them do that. Inconsolata is different. It’s designed specifically for print. It may not look that good on the screen, but on print, it does what it says.
I used it in a report:
Why am I even including this section this week?
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There, now you know a font that’s perfect for your code samples in your reports.
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