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Numeric Layout

Strokes for digits, arithmetical operations signs, currency symbols. A circle denotes the starting point of a stroke. Note that there are usually more than 1 stroke chain assigned to each character. This table shows only the most common way to draw these characters.
Space ' ': Exclamation Mark '!': Quotation Mark '"':
Number Sign '#': Dollar Sign '$': Left Parenthesis '(':
Right Parenthesis ')': Asterisk '*': Plus Sign '+':
Comma ',': + Hyphen-Minus '-': Full Stop '.':
Solidus '/': Digit Zero '0': Digit One '1':
Digit Two '2': Digit Three '3': Digit Four '4':
Digit Five '5': Digit Six '6': Digit Seven '7':
Digit Eight '8': Digit Nine '9': Colon ':':
Semicolon ';': + Less-Than '<': Equals Sign '=':
More-Than '>': Question Mark '?': + Commercial At '@':
Left Square Bracket '[': + Right Square Bracket ']': + Circumflex Accent '^':
Low Line '_': + Pound Sign '£': Euro Sign '€':

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