Zero with a slash through it

axm's picture

I have tried online type ID resources and this is probably a rather easy one.I am interested in the slashed zero and would greatly appreciate any help ID'ing this typeface.

Thanks again!

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riccard0's picture

From the look of it, it's a monospaced "programmer" font, all of which have some sort of slashed zero. Monaco (shipped with Mac OS from early on, lately replaced by Menlo), for one, is similar.
Some more examples in this thread:
http://typophile.com/node/78366
Or, if you need it proportional:
http://typophile.com/node/72460

Public Spaces Design's picture

Yes, certainly looks like a monospaced font. It is not monaco though, as the top stroke on the '1' is slightly curved on monaco whereas it is straight here. Will have a look through my collection soon and see if anything matches...

axm's picture

Thank you so much..

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