I did this pixel for pixel recreation of the font
here is the source https://twitter.com/Foone/status/1106095130816073728
hope you enyoy
this is the same font as on many other ti calculators but its ajusted to look more like the 85 and 86 models wich fit 21 characters instead of 16 on one line while having the same screen sizeThis is a clone of beca 57
this is the small font of the ti 82 ,
the letters “j, k, v, y and z” had to be improvised since no instruction has that in it to print in small
This is actualy the ti calculator font, it’s named after a program i made called
BECA35, wich allows you to input a number and generate a ti calculator character
This is the Norse alphabet, known as Futhark (named after the first 6 letters of the Norse alphabet).
"A", "E", "N", "S" and "T" represent the compound letters, otherwise, NO CAPS REQUIRED! There's also numbers & a symbol for the SPACE.
Replicates the "font" in a standard IBM punch card, oriented in the standard direction. Contains all 63 characters with duplicated letters for convenience.
Apple IIgs international character set ROM (Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Sweden, UK, US). Not all letters used in these regions appear in the ROM. Some regional character glyphs for the same letter differ. These are Denmark and Sweden's Å (a-ring), and France and Spain's Ç (c-cedilla). Denmark and France versions are used here.This is a clone of Apple IIe