I would like to have different versions of $\pi$, to distinguish between them. However, commands like $\mathsf{\pi}$ don't alter the appearance of pi as compared to just $\pi$. Similarly for $\texttt{\pi}$. Could you tell me if there is any way to get different pi's?


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Adapting the solution by [egreg (2016)], we define \sfpi.

$\pi \sfpi$

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