Outline Font

In computerized typography, a font comprising characters described as a series of mathematical descriptions corresponding to curves and lines, as opposed collections of dots (or bit maps). Outline fonts are easily scaled and can be output at whatever resolution the output device is capable of. (See also Bit Map Font.) Also called a fill font.

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