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Looking for a math font where the \mathbb command gives solid (vs hollow) letters. For example, here is an article that had that kind of solid \mathbb letters. The image shows a \mathbb{P} and a \mathbb{C}.

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Thanks!

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    You just want \mathbf{P}. \mathbb is "black-board bold" double struck with chalk on a blackboard where real bold is not available. You would not call a solid bold font blackboard bold, it's simply bold. Apr 21 '20 at 0:04
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    If you do want to see the different options for \mathbb, check out the documentation for unicode-math and mathalpha. Both have font specimens.
    – Davislor
    Apr 21 '20 at 0:40
  • @DavidCarlisle That's it! Thanks! Do you think you could make this an answer so I can adopt?
    – nekodesu
    Apr 21 '20 at 1:05
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You just want \mathbf{P}. \mathbb is "black-board bold" double struck with chalk on a blackboard where real bold is not available. You would not call a solid bold font blackboard bold, it's simply bold

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