Proportional Width

In typography, individual character-width relationships based on character shape and typeface design. For example, the letter "i" has a narrow width, while the letter "m" has a wide width. (The opposite is monospaced, which refers to characters all having the same width value; a lowercase "i" and a lowercase "m" would have the same width.)

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