Happy Pi Day!

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This little gadget celebrates Day (March 14). You can set the size of the rendered symbol , as well as the font and some font options.

Contributed by: Oliver Jennrich (March 2013)
Open content licensed under CC BY-NC-SA


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The code rasterizes the symbol , replaces each non-white cell with the next digit from the base-10 representation of , and displays the output as a grid.



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