KIXfont – A font for KIX codes
The KIX code is a barcode-like format used by the Dutch PTT to encode country codes, zip codes and street numbers in a machine-readable format. If printed below the address line on bulk mailings, a discount can be obtained.
The font is distributed in METAFONT format, and covers the numbers and upper-case letters.
|Licenses||Free license not otherwise listed|
|Maintainer||Rick van Rein|
|Contained in||TeX Live as kixfont|
MiKTeX as kixfont
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