tabular figures and slashed zero
tabular figures each have the same width, this uniform spacing allows them to align vertically in tables, price lists, financial reports and other columns of figures. the slashed zero is a representation of the number '0' (zero), with a slash through it. the slashed zero glyph is often used to distinguish the digit "zero" ("0") from the latin script letter "o"
fractions, superiors and ordinals
noway round includes features for numeric typography, including pre-designed fractions, numerators and denominators, superscript, scientific inferiors and ordinals.
noway round includes characters for use in the following: afrikaans, albanian, basque, bosnian, breton, catalan, croatian, czech, danish, dutch, english, esperanto, estonian, faroese, finnish, french, gaelic, galician, german, greenlandic, hungarian, icelandic, irish, italian, latvian, lithuanian, luxembourgish, malagasy, norwegian, polish, portuguese, slovak, slovenian, serbian latin, sorbian, spanish, swahili, swedish, turkish, walloon, welsh.