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Pi constant

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current17:20, 25 June 2017Thumbnail for version as of 17:20, 25 June 2017300 × 60 (2 KB)Rainald62Both character size and position according to a geometric sequence, slower decrease of size (24 steps per decade) ==> about 15 digits visible in 300-px preview, gray triangle as substitute for digits 35 to infinity, narrower margins, reduced file size...
12:40, 23 November 2016Thumbnail for version as of 12:40, 23 November 2016440 × 100 (21 KB)KCAuXy4pReduced file bloat (no need to specify font sizes to 13 decimal places; using 4 instead)
22:01, 7 November 2010Thumbnail for version as of 22:01, 7 November 2010440 × 100 (61 KB)Joe Schmedley
09:11, 10 June 2010Thumbnail for version as of 09:11, 10 June 2010440 × 100 (78 KB)RubybrianI have been editing the file such that the lowest digits have different heights, and do not peter out suddenly at 1 pixel. Otherwise the image is nearly the same similar. Here is the code used to produce the file: 1 #!/usr/bin/ruby 2 3 File.open("
13:32, 9 September 2007Thumbnail for version as of 13:32, 9 September 2007440 × 100 (4 KB)German{{Information |Description=Pi constant |Source=self-made |Date=2007-09-09 |Author= German }}
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