by El Huesudo II

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The alphabet, shown in a 16-segment display. Useful to simulate a calculator, if you don't mind it not being slanted like the most common displays available in the market. The alphabetic characters are all caps. The "@" character has the whole 16 segments inside.
Info: Created on 28th September 2009 . Last edited on 6th October 2009.
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Whoa, it seems this wasn't a new idea at all. (I figured it wouldn't.)

I hope I can do something new and original using this base, and if anyone's interested, cloning is available.
Comment by El Huesudo II 6th October 2009
you used 16 segments as 14 segments
Comment by Account Moved (Groszak) 20th April 2013

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