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Open
The upper-case 'Q' tail forms part of the stroke of an open circle.
Double
The '$' (dollar) has a double line crossing the 'S'.
Circle
The dot on the '?' (question-mark) is circular or oval.
Closed
The '&' (ampersand) is traditional style with two enclosed loops.
Single
The diagonal strokes of the upper-case 'K' meet at the vertical (with or without a gap).
Flourish
The upper-case 'I' is a stroke with a flourish on top - not closed.
Loop
The tail of the lower-case 'y' has an open loop.
Loop
The upper-case 'E' has a central loop.
Single
The upper-case 'Z' has a single bar.
Plain
The upper-case 'X' has no bar.

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French Script

French Script

Crosses
The upper-case 'Q' tail crosses the circle.
Single
The '$' (dollar) has a single line crossing the 'S'.
Diamond
The dot on the '?' (question-mark) is diamond-shaped or triangular.
Gap top
The '&' (ampersand) looks like 'Et' with a gap at the top.
Bar
The diagonal strokes of the upper-case 'K' connect to the vertical via a horizontal bar.
Loop
The upper-case 'I' is a stroke with a closed upper loop.
Curved
The tail of the lower-case 'y' curves or points to the left without a loop.
No-Loop
The upper-case 'E' has a filled or no central loop.
Script
The upper-case 'Z' has a continental script shape.
Single
The upper-case 'X' has a bar.