Input Mono is a monospaced typeface designed by David Jonathan Ross and published through Font Bureau in 2014. It’s part of the Input superfamily which also includes proportional serif and sans-serif versions. The typeface was designed specifically with coding in mind and features programmer-friendly features such as large punctuation and easily distinguishable characters.
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