Cascadia Code - Monospaced font that includes programming ligatures and is designed to enhance the modern look and feel of the Windows Terminal

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Cascadia Code is a fun, new monospaced font that includes programming ligatures and is designed to enhance the modern look and feel of the Windows Terminal, and is now the default font in Visual Studio as well.

https://github.com/microsoft/cascadia-code

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