Ming Latin

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Ming typeface exercise

Info: Created on Wed, 23rd January . Last edited on Fri, 25th January.
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the numbers are my favorite cuz i can read them

btw, i've made something like this before but yours is alot better :)

Comment by JingYo Thu, 24th January

I like the numerals, but there are numerals that mean 10, 100, 1000, etc.

Can you add the circular zero, plus the simplified numerals?

Comment by Se7enty-Se7en Thu, 24th January

Thanks for the feedback! I added circular zero

Comment by bluemon Fri, 25th January

@Se7enty-Se7en Those are not simplified numerals. They are casual form of both Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese numerals. However Simplified didn't not keep the complex ones.

Arabic : 0123456789 10

Official : 零壹貳參肆伍陸柒捌玖 拾 (What I mean by complex)

Casual : 零一二三四五六七八九 十

Comment by JingYo Fri, 25th January

@Jingyo There is a difference with these five...

Value: 10^4, 10^8, 10^32, 10^36, 10^44

Traditional: 萬, 億, 溝, 澗, 載

Simplified: 万, 亿, 沟, 涧, 载

Comment by Se7enty-Se7en Fri, 25th January

Very nice!!

Comment by Wataru Aiso Fri, 25th January

This is fantastic. :)

Comment by TCWhite Mon, 28th January

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