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Name Daisy-Dot Font File
Version III
Other names  
Identifiers PUID:  fmt/1547
Classification Font
Description Daisy-Dot is a text processing program written by Roy Goldman for the Atari line of computers enabling dot-matrix printers to utilise near letter quality (NLQ) printing technology. Three versions of Daisy-Dot were released between 1987 and 1990. A number of Daisy-Dot font files are pre-packaged with the text processor while others can be user-generated using the Daisy-Dot font editor. Daisy-Dot I and II fonts can be identified by the ASCII signature '3' followed by 0x9B.
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Related file formats None.
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Developed by None.
Supported by None.
Source The National Archives and Records Administration / The National Archives and Records Administration
Source date 08 Nov 2021
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Last updated 08 Nov 2021
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