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You can also take a look at this font survey for (La)TeX: http://mirror.ctan.org/info/Free_Math_Font_Survey/survey.html There you will find a lot of math (and text) fonts. Maybe some of them will suit your needs.

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To get a typewriter font for the letters, digits, and a few symbols in math mode, you can use mathastext as advised in Mico's answer, with some additional set-up: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{mathastext} \MTfamily{\ttdefault}\Mathastext % this tells mathastext to use typewriter \begin{document} Hello, Pythagoras. $a^2 + b^2 = c^2$. Goodbye, ...

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I just realized that a \_ is needed to produce _ inside \texttt{}. The problem is solved with \texttt{WorkFunction\_()}. Note the \ before _.

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Fonts in the OT1 encoding are those described in the TeXbook, but \tt and \bf work very differently in LaTeX than in Plain TeX. And they're obsolete and deprecated. If you want to stick with the OT1 encoding, then \documentclass{article} \begin{document} {\ttfamily P\'{a}l Erd{\rmfamily\bfseries\H{\mdseries\ttfamily o}}s} \end{document} is the LaTeX ...

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\documentclass{article} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[scaled=0.88]{beramono} \begin{document} \ttfamily P\'al Erd{\bfseries\H{o}}s Pál Erd\textbf{ő}s \rmfamily Pál Erd\textbf{ő}s \end{document}

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There are two problems with your question; You have an exceedingly subjective requirement that it must be beautiful. Well, for example, I don't find Comic Sans ugly (not an antonym of beautiful in this context!!) but if I use it here our experts will trace my IP and send drones to my address in order to exterminate me. But I like drones so here goes ...

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