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Euler Thoughts

An article by Donald Knuth and Hermann Zapf about the development of their Euler fonts for typesetting math gives me a lot to chew on. More than I can lucidly process right now, so instead let me jot down a few notes to file away for further thought or inquiry:

Knuth, Donald E., and Zapf, Hermann, "AMS Euler — A New Typeface for Mathematics" Scholarly Publishing, April 1989, pp 131–157

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