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font_identifier:="LASY";
font_coding_scheme:="LaTeX symbols";

% Here we steal a bit from mathsy

mode_setup; font_setup;
autorounding:=0;

font_slant slant; font_x_height x_height#;
font_quad 18u# if not monospace:+4letter_fit# fi;
slant:=mono_charic#:=0; % the remaining characters will not be slanted
currenttransform:=identity yscaled aspect_ratio scaled granularity;

cmchar "Leftward arrowhead";
compute_spread(.45x_height#,.55x_height#);
beginchar(oct"050",6u#,v_center(spread#+rule_thickness#));
adjust_fit(0,0); pickup crisp.nib;
pos3(bar,0); pos4(bar,0);
y0=math_axis; lft x0=hround u;
y3-y0=y0-y4=.24asc_height+eps; x3=x4=x0+3u+eps;
pos5(bar,angle(z4-z0)); z5l=z0; pos6(bar,angle(z3-z0)); z6l=z0;
z9=.381966[.5[z3,z4],z0];
numeric t[]; path p[];
(t1,t2)=(z4r{z9-z4}..z6r) intersectiontimes (z3r{z9-z3}..z5r);
z10=(z4r{z9-z4}..z6r) intersectionpoint (z3r{z9-z3}..z5r);
filldraw z0..{z4-z9}z4l--subpath (0,t1) of (z4r{z9-z4}..z6r)
--z10--subpath (t2,0) of (z3r{z9-z3}..z5r)--z3l{z9-z3}..z0 & cycle;
% arrowhead
penlabels(0,3,4,5,6,9,10); endchar;

% This character is an alteration of the leftward arrow
% The tip of the arrowhead rests one unit from left edge, same as left arrow
% Changes:
% 1) deletion of the stem ... points z1,z2 etc
% The rest of the numbers stay the same, for any referencing
% 2) new intersectinpoint z10 is introduced and path slightly altered
% 3) name, code number and width changed, otherwise essentially the same



cmchar "Rightward arrowhead";
compute_spread(.45x_height#,.55x_height#);
beginchar(oct"051",6u#,v_center(spread#+rule_thickness#));
adjust_fit(0,0); pickup crisp.nib;
pos3(bar,0); pos4(bar,0);
y0=math_axis; rt x0=hround(w-u);
y3-y0=y0-y4=.24asc_height+eps; x3=x4=x0-3u-eps;
pos5(bar,angle(z4-z0)); z5l=z0; pos6(bar,angle(z3-z0)); z6l=z0;
z9=.381966[.5[z3,z4],z0];
numeric t[]; path p[];
(t1,t2)=(z4l{z9-z4}..z6r) intersectiontimes (z3l{z9-z3}..z5r);
z10=(z4l{z9-z4}..z6r) intersectionpoint (z3l{z9-z3}..z5r);
filldraw z0..{z4-z9}z4r--subpath (0,t1) of (z4l{z9-z4}..z6r)
--z10--subpath (t2,0) of (z3l{z9-z3}..z5r)--z3r{z9-z3}..z0 & cycle;
% arrowhead
penlabels(0,3,4,5,6,9,10); endchar;

% This character is an alteration of the rightward arrow
% The tip of the arrowhead rests one unit from right edge, same as right arrow
% Changes:
% 1) deletion of the stem ... points z1,z2 etc
% The rest of the numbers stay the same, for any referencing
% 2) new intersectinpoint z10 is introduced and path slightly altered
% 3) name, code number and width changed, otherwise essentially the same



cmchar "Upward arrowhead";
beginchar(oct"052",9u#,asc_height#,asc_depth#);
italcorr .76asc_height#*slant+.5crisp#-u#;
adjust_fit(0,0); pickup crisp.nib;
pos3(bar,90); pos4(bar,90);
top z0=(.5w,0); x0-x3=x4-x0=3u+eps;
y3=y4=y0-.24asc_height-eps;
pos5(bar,angle(z4-z0)); z5l=z0;
pos6(bar,angle(z3-z0)); z6l=z0;
z9=.381966[.5[z3,z4],z0];
numeric t[]; path p[];
(t1,t2)=(z4l{z9-z4}..z6r) intersectiontimes (z3l{z9-z3}..z5r);
z10=(z4l{z9-z4}..z6r) intersectionpoint (z3l{z9-z3}..z5r);
filldraw z0..{z4-z9}z4r--subpath (0,t1) of (z4l{z9-z4}..z6r)
--z10--subpath (t2,0) of (z3l{z9-z3}..z5r)--z3r{z9-z3}..z0 & cycle;
% arrowhead
penlabels(0,3,4,5,6,9,10); endchar;

% This character is an alteration of the upward arrow
% The tip of the arrowhead rests on the baseline for reference
% Changes:
% 1) deletion of the stem ... points z1,z2 etc
% The rest of the numbers stay the same, for any referencing
% 2) point z0 is moved down from the ascender line; the tip touches
% the baseline
% 3) new intersectinpoint z10 is introduced and path slightly altered
% 4) name and code number changed, otherwise essentially the same



cmchar "Downward arrowhead";
beginchar(oct"053",9u#,asc_height#,asc_depth#);
adjust_fit(0,0); pickup crisp.nib;
pos3(bar,90); pos4(bar,90);
bot z0=(.5w,0); x0-x3=x4-x0=3u+eps;
y3=y4=y0+.24asc_height+eps;
pos5(bar,angle(z4-z0)); z5l=z0;
pos6(bar,angle(z3-z0)); z6l=z0;
z9=.381966[.5[z3,z4],z0]; % z9 iintroduces curve to arrowhead
numeric t[]; path p[]; % rather direction{z9-z4} does this
(t1,t2)=(z4r{z9-z4}..z6r) intersectiontimes (z3r{z9-z3}..z5r);
z10=(z4r{z9-z4}..z6r) intersectionpoint (z3r{z9-z3}..z5r);
filldraw z0..{z4-z9}z4l--subpath (0,t1) of (z4r{z9-z4}..z6r)
--z10--subpath (t2,0) of (z3r{z9-z3}..z5r)--z3l{z9-z3}..z0 & cycle;
% arrowhead
penlabels(0,3,4,5,6,9,10); endchar;

% This character is an alteration of the downward arrow
% The tip of the arrowhead rests on the baseline for reference
% Changes:
% 1) deletion of the stem ... points z1,z2 etc
% The rest of the numbers stay the same, for any referencing
% 2) point z0 is moved up from the descender line to rest on the baseline
% 3) new intersectinpoint z10 is introduced and path slightly altered
% 4) name and code number changed, otherwise essentially the same



cmchar "Square subset sign";
compute_spread(5/4x_height#,3/2x_height#); % the spread of `$=$'
beginchar(oct"074",14u#,v_center(spread#+rule_thickness#));
adjust_fit(0,0); pickup rule.nib;
lft x2=hround(1.5u+oo); x1=x4=hround(w-1.5u)+eps; x3=x2;
y1-y4=spread; y2=y1; y3=y4; y1=math_axis+.5spread;
draw z1--z2--z3--z4; % bars and stem
labels(1,2,3,4); endchar;

% This character is an alteration of the square subset or equal to sign
% Changes:
% 1) changed position of y1 to be .5 of the spread above the math_axis
% 2) got rid of lower bar (points z8/z9,etc) and the extra spread#' amount
% which was used in calculations for the lower bar
% 3) name and code number and height changed, otherwise essentially the same



cmchar "Square superset sign";
compute_spread(5/4x_height#,3/2x_height#); % the spread of `$=$'
beginchar(oct"075",14u#,v_center(spread#+rule_thickness#));
adjust_fit(0,0); pickup rule.nib;
x1=x4=hround 1.5u-eps; rt x2=hround(w-1.5u-oo); x3=x2;
y1-y4=spread; y2=y1; y3=y4; y1=math_axis+.5spread;
draw z1--z2--z3--z4; % bars and stem
labels(1,2,3,4); endchar;

% This character is an alteration of the square superset or equal to sign
% Changes:
% 1) changed position of y1 to be .5 of the spread above the math_axis
% 2) got rid of lower bar (points z8/z9,etc) and the extra spread#' amount
% which was used in calculations for the lower bar
% 3) name and code number and height changed, otherwise essentially the same



cmchar "Diamond";
beginchar(oct"063",2(.85asc_height#-math_axis#)+2u#,v_center(7u#));
italcorr math_axis#*slant;
adjust_fit(0,0); pickup rule.nib;
numeric a; a=.85asc_height-math_axis;
x4=x8=good.x .5w; w:=r:=2x4; rt x2=w-lft x6=good.x(x4+a);
y2=y6=.5[y4,y8]=.5cap_height; top y8=good.y(y2+a);
draw z2--z4--z6--z8--cycle;
labels(2,4,6,8); endchar;

% This character is an alteration of the diamond operator
% The four tips are equidistant from the center point (.5w,math_axis),
% this distance being half of the cap height
% and related to that in the square character
% slightly less though, since it looks too big if the actually have same
% length
% Changes:
% 1) To the amount a, which gives the distance of the tips from the center
% 2) The width is related to the asc_height, so it changes with it
% 3) name and code number and width changed, otherwise essentially the same
% The numbers stay the same, for any referencing



cmchar "Square";
beginchar(oct"062",2.1math_axis#+4u#,v_center(7u#));
italcorr math_axis#*slant;
adjust_fit(0,0); pickup rule.nib;
numeric a; a=round(2.1math_axis);
x1=x4=good.x 2u; x2=x3=x1+a;
y3=y4=.5(cap_height-a); y1=y2=y3+a;
draw z1--z2--z3--z4--cycle;
labels(1,2,3,4); endchar;

% The size of this character is related to the diamond character, it's
% sightly larger.
% It is NOT the diamond character which has been rotated
% Vertical alignment raised to .5 cap height from math-axis height
% 2 units of sidebearing space on each side, since vertical lines usually
% need a little more space, actually it's 2 units-.5rule.nib



cmchar "Bowtie operator";
beginchar(oct"061",13u#,v_center(7u#));
italcorr math_axis#*slant;
adjust_fit(0,0); pickup rule.nib;
numeric a; a=round(1.1*math_axis);
x1=x4=good.x 1.5u; x2=x3=w-x1;
y1=y2=good.y(.5(cap_height-2a)); y3=y4=y1+2a;
draw z1--z3--z2--z4--cycle;
labels(1,2,3,4); endchar;

% Arbitrary width given
% Length of the bars at the edges are 2.2*math_axis length
% and it's vertically aligned on the high, i.e., .5 cap height as opposed
% to being aligned on the math axis



cmchar "Upside-down Uppercase Greek Omega";
beginchar(oct"060",13u#,cap_height#,0);
italcorr cap_height#*slant-.35u#; %italcorr .75cap_height#*slant-.5u#;
adjust_fit(0,0);
pickup tiny.nib; pos1(vair,-90); pos2(cap_curve,0);
pos3(vair,0); pos4(cap_curve,180); pos5(vair,180);
x1=.5w; bot y1r=0-o; lft x4r=hround u; y2=y4=1/3h; x2=w-x4;
rt x5l=hround(1/3(w+.5u)+.5hair); top y3=top y5=h; x3=w-x5;
filldraw stroke z3e{down}...{down}z2e
& pulled_super_arc.e(2,1)(.5superpull)
& pulled_super_arc.e(1,4)(.5superpull)
& z4e{up}...{up}z5e; % bowl
numeric arm_thickness; path p; p=z3{down}...{down}z2;
arm_thickness=Vround(if hefty:slab+2stem_corr else:.75[slab,cap_vstem] fi);
pickup crisp.nib; pos6(arm_thickness,90); pos7(fudged.hair,0);
top y6r=h; x6=x3; rt x7r=hround (w-.8u); y7=good.y(y6l-.5beak)+eps;
(x,y)=p intersectionpoint((0,y6l)--(w+h,y6l)); x6l:=x;
arm(6,7,a,.5beak_darkness,1.2beak_jut); % right arm and beak
pos8(arm_thickness,90); pos9(fudged.hair,180);
y8=y6; y9=y7; x8+x6=x9+x7=w; x8l:=w-x6l;
arm(8,9,b,.5beak_darkness,-1.2beak_jut); % left arm and beak
math_fit(0,.5ic#); penlabels(1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9); endchar;

% This character is taken from the Upper Case Omega of cmr
% Directions and reference points are reversed and flipped
% pos angles are flipped by 180 degrees
% vertical values are reversed, up/down directions in the
% filldraw stroke are reversed
% left strokes same, but changes reference points
% italic correction based on furthest pont of character , so made it
% full cap_height minus amount for the beak, taken from the cap XI
% I suppose a transformation of paths would have worked also, but this
% way, limits are maintained better, i think
% w+h instead of just w in intersection to make sure paths do intersect



cmchar "Leads to character extension";
compute_spread(.45x_height#,.55x_height#);
beginchar(oct"072",12u#,v_center(spread#+rule_thickness#));
adjust_fit(0,0); pickup rule.nib;
numeric a; a=round(.45math_axis);
y11=y13=y15=math_axis; y12-a=y14+a=good.y math_axis;
x11=0; x15=w; x13=.5[x11,x15]; x12=.5[x11,x13]; x14=.5[x13,x15];
path p; p=z12{right}...z13...z14{right};
draw z11{dir(-angle direction 1 of p)}...z12{right}...z13...
z14{right}...z15{dir(-angle direction 1 of p)};
penlabels(11,12,13,14,15); endchar;

% This character is an extension to fit with the Leads to character with
% arrowhead
% This character goes from edge to edge and a series of these can be linked
% as desired.
% It has 2/3 the width of that character, and if this relation is kept, the
% the curves should all match



cmchar "Leads to character with arrowhead";
compute_spread(.45x_height#,.55x_height#);
beginchar(oct"073",18u#,v_center(spread#+rule_thickness#));
adjust_fit(0,0); pickup crisp.nib;
pos3(bar,0); pos4(bar,0);
y0=math_axis; rt x0=hround(w-u);
y3-y0=y0-y4=.24asc_height+eps; x3=x4=x0-3u-eps;
pos5(bar,angle(z4-z0)); z5l=z0; pos6(bar,angle(z3-z0)); z6l=z0;
z9=.381966[.5[z3,z4],z0];
numeric t[]; path p[];
(t1,t2)=(z4l{z9-z4}..z6r) intersectiontimes (z3l{z9-z3}..z5r);
z10=(z4l{z9-z4}..z6r) intersectionpoint (z3l{z9-z3}..z5r);
filldraw z0..{z4-z9}z4r--subpath (0,t1) of (z4l{z9-z4}..z6r)
--z10--subpath (t2,0) of (z3l{z9-z3}..z5r)--z3r{z9-z3}..z0 & cycle;
% arrowhead
pickup rule.nib;
numeric a; a=round(.45math_axis);
y11=y13=y15=y16=y0; y12-a=y14+a=good.y math_axis;
x11=0; x15=2/3w; z17=lft z10;
x13=.5[x11,x15]; x12=.5[x11,x13]; x14=.5[x13,x15]; x16=.3[x15,x0];
path p; p=z12{right}...z13...z14{right};
draw z11{dir(-angle direction 1 of p)}...
z12{right}...z13...z14{right}...z16{right}...z17;
penlabels(0,3,4,5,6,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16); endchar;

% This character uses the rightward arrow arrowhead
% The width is the same as that of the regular arrow
% An extension character can be added for longer squiggles


cmchar "LASY \lhd triangle";
compute_spread(5/4x_height#,3/2x_height#);
beginchar(oct"001",14u#,v_center(spread#+rule_thickness#));
italcorr h#*slant-u#;
adjust_fit(0,0); pickup rule.nib;
lft x2=hround 1.5u-eps; x1=x3=w-x2;
y1-y3=spread; y2=.5[y1,y3]=math_axis;
draw z1--z2--z3--cycle; % triangle
labels(1,2,3); endchar;

% taken directly from CMR "less than" character
% the path was closed to make a triangle



cmchar "LASY \unlhd triangle";
compute_spread(.45x_height#,.55x_height#);
spread#':=spread#; spread':=spread; % the spread of `$=$'
compute_spread(5/4x_height#,3/2x_height#);
beginchar(oct"002",14u#,v_center(spread#'+spread#+rule_thickness#));
italcorr h#*slant-u#;
adjust_fit(0,0); pickup rule.nib;
lft x2=hround 1.5u-eps; x1=x3=w-x2;
y1-y3=spread; y2=.5[y1,y3]; top y1=h;
draw z1--z2--z3--cycle; % triangle
x8=x1; x9=x2; y8=y9; y3-y9=spread'; draw z8--z9; % bar
labels(1,2,3,8,9); endchar;

% taken directly from CMR "less than or equal to sign"
% the "less than" path was closed to make a triangle



cmchar "LASY \rhd triangle";
compute_spread(5/4x_height#,3/2x_height#);
beginchar(oct"003",14u#,v_center(spread#+rule_thickness#));
italcorr math_axis#*slant-u#;
adjust_fit(0,0); pickup rule.nib;
rt x2=hround(w-1.5u)+eps; x1=x3=w-x2;
y1-y3=spread; y2=.5[y1,y3]=math_axis;
draw z1--z2--z3--cycle; % triangle
labels(1,2,3); endchar;

% taken directly from CMR "greater than" character
% the path was closed to make a triangle



cmchar "LASY \unrhd triangle";
compute_spread(.45x_height#,.55x_height#);
spread#':=spread#; spread':=spread; % the spread of `$=$'
compute_spread(5/4x_height#,3/2x_height#);
beginchar(oct"004",14u#,v_center(spread#'+spread#+rule_thickness#));
italcorr h#*slant-u#;
adjust_fit(0,0); pickup rule.nib;
lft x1=hround 1.5u-eps; x2=w-x1; x3=x1;
y1-y3=spread; y2=.5[y1,y3]; top y1=h;
draw z1--z2--z3--cycle; % triangle
x8=x1; x9=x2; y8=y9; y3-y9=spread'; draw z8--z9; % bar
labels(1,2,3,8,9); endchar;

% taken directly from CMR "greater than or equal to sign"
% the "greater than" path was closed to make a triangle


bye.