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Math symbols in monospace fonts

This page shows how Unicode math symbols are supported by various monospace fonts.

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Renderings were generated on Linux using HarfBuzz (hb-view) with the ot shaper. Click a sample to see the plain (UTF-8) text. The symbol lists are derived from Wikipedia.

The \... annotations correspond to Julia completion prefixes.

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Various math formulas, primes and common Julia operators Julia code for a Gibbs sampler Julia code making heavy use of Unicode characters Lowercase letters Uppercase letters Greek letters Digits, superscripts and subscripts Operators Letterlike and miscellanous symbols, arrows Miscellanous technical symbols, miscellanous symbols and arrows, geometric shapes, other symbols Arabic mathematical symbols