Designed by Ryoichi Tsunekawa, Debugger is a display sans font family. This typeface has six styles and was published by Dharma Type.
Debugger is a futuristic, sicentific, digital family of next-generation monospaced fonts for developing, programming, coding, and table layout.
Some desirable features in monospaced fonts are listed below.
1. Easy to distinguish
2. Easy to identify
3. Easy to read
Debugger has very distinguishing letterforms for confusable letters such as Zero&Oh, One&I, and Two&Z. A lot of ingenuity makes this family very distinguishable.
Italics have somewhat large inclination angle to be distinguished from their Roman. For the same reason, Italics are slightly lighter than Romans.
Italic is not cursive Italic. It is near the slanted Roman.
This is an intentional design to identify Italic letters.
Cursive is not suitable for programming font.
Octagonal and diagonal letterform is good for sci-fi, digital projects.
Common elements for each letterform makes harmony and a sense of unity.
Debugger supports almost all Latin languages.
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