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Georgia Tech Research Corporation: 3270

The free octagonal monospaced programming font simply called 3270 was started in 1989 by Georgia Tech Research Corporation (GTRC), Atlanta, GA. Later updates were made by Jeff Sparkes (1990), Dick Altenbern (2004), Don Russell (2004-2005), Paul Mattes (1993-2011), Ricardo Banffy (2011-2017) and finally Ryan McIntyre of Nerd Fonts (2017), who added a plethora of icons.

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file name: Georgia Tech Research Corporation 3270 1989







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