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The \textit command adds the italic correction, which is usually desirable when in normal text: compare \textit{full} size {\itshape full} size that gives where the second line has too short space. However, this is not desirable in a monospaced context, as you notice. Either use {\itshape fine example} or the following more complicated version. ...

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There's no problem using \ttfamily in a multicols environment. This compares the default serif with the same text in typewriter: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{multicol} \begin{document} \begin{multicols}{3}[ Example Text. ] A B C D E F G H I J A J A B 7 0 A C 9 0 A D 7 0 A E 10 0 A F 7 0 A G 10 0 A H 6 0 A I 10 0 A J 5 0 B C 3 0 B D ...

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