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how do I create a font of my own?

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I want to create my own font . How do I do that. I am a  newbie to this,hence pl. specify me the way by which I could create a font of my own. I was impressed by the different types of fonts found in my Linux OS. Do specify mee the s/w that I should  use to create the same also point me to the resources available in the web.
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Don Knuth's METAFONT program.

See URL
http://milieu.grads.vt.edu/intromf.html

and the pointers therein
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