A font whose characters all have the same width See also: proportional font
a typeface is which each character is given the same width (as by a typewriter)
A font in which all characters take up the same amount of horizontal space.
A font in which every character, including the space character, has equal width. In proportional-width fonts, letters such as i and j have less width than m or b. (The opposite of fixed is a proportional width font.)
A font whose characters are allotted the same amount of horizontal space, no matter the width of the character. Thus, the uppercase M receives the same amount of space as the letter l.
A font in which all characters have uniform widths.