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In typography, a typographic ligature occurs where two or more graphemes (the smallest semantically distinguishing unit in a written language) or letters are joined as a single glyph.

Ligatures usually replace consecutive characters sharing common components and are part of a more general class of glyphs called “contextual forms”, where the specific shape of a letter depends on context such as surrounding letters or proximity to the end of a line.


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