Two types of styles are prepared for the OpenType font fraction. One is “fraction (afrc) with the use of a horizontal line,” and the other is “fraction with the use of a slash (frac).”

Proper fractions that cannot be reduced of which the denominator is from 2 to 12, “0/3,” and “1/100” are included in the ProN edition of AXIS Font. The reason that “0/3” is included in the numerator 0 is to express the innings pitched by a pitcher in baseball. It signifies an inning without getting even one out.

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### Series archive Typesetting Japanese / Font Typesetting Function

- Font Typesetting Function 17: “Lining Numbers and Old Style Numbers (lnum/onum)”
- Font Typesetting Function 16: “Tabular Figures and Proportional Figures (tnum/pnum)”
- Font Typesetting Function 15: “Expert Forms (expt)”
- Font Typesetting Function 14: “Discretionary Ligature (dlig) Part 2”
- Font Typesetting Function 13: “Discretionary Ligature (dlig)”
- Font Typesetting Function 12: “Latin Ligature (liga)”
- Font Typesetting Function 11: “JIS78 Character Shape (jp78)”
- Font Typesetting Function 10: “Group of Fraction (afrc/frac)”
- Font Typesetting Function 09: “JIS90 Character Shape (jp90)”
- Font Typesetting Function 08: “Metrics Kerning”
- Font Typesetting Function 07: “Various Things About Kerning”
- Font Typesetting Function 06: “Proportional Metrics”
- Font Typesetting Function 05: “[Narrowed Spacing Between Characters] in Adobe Applications”
- Font Typesetting Function 04: “Which Function for Narrowed Spacing Between Characters is Used?”
- Font Typesetting Function 03: “Mechanism of Typesetting with Narrowed Spacing Between Characters”
- Font Typesetting Function 02: “GPOS and GSUB”
- Font Typesetting Function 01: “What are the OpenType Features?”