May 05 2020


What is a pangram?

Meaning And Examples Of Pangram : A pangram or holoalphabetic sentence is a sentence using every letter of a given alphabet as a minimum once. Pangrams were used to show typefaces, check equipment, and develop abilties in handwriting, calligraphy, and keyboarding. A perfect pangram contains every letter of the alphabet only once.

The most popular English pangram is " The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog. " (33 letters)

History of pangram

Almost half a millennium ago, a printer scrambled a type galley to produce the first pangram for a specimen book. The text was in Latin, of course, and therefore only 23 letters were required (Latin does not use J, V or W; however, V is now used to represent the consonant U, and sometimes J is used to represent the consonant I). It is the most famous Latin pangram text and is still used by typographical designers in a remarkably unaltered form.

Use of pangram

Pangrams are in use since at least the late 19th century. It is generally used for Telex / TWX data communication equipment for accuracy and reliability, touch-typing, testing typewriters and PC consoles, displaying text style instances, and various applications, including content, where the use of all letters in the letter set is required.

In PC times, this pangram is commonly used to show font faces and to test PC keyboards. In cryptography, hash and encryption calculations are routinely used to test their use as test vectors, such as alphabets to guarantee character set similarity.

Before 1800 short pan grams in English, it is more difficult to come up with an intention to use unusual words, because English uses some letters much more frequently than other longer pan grams, which may provide more opportunity for humor or thoughtfulness in a sense.

The pan gram is the opposite of the lipid gram, in which the aim is to omit one or more letters. The perfect pangram contains every letter of the alphabet only once and can be considered an alphabet anagram.

Examples Of Pangram

  • " Pack my box with five dozen liquor jugs. "
  • " Two driven jocks help fax my big quiz. "
  • " How vexingly quick daft zebras jump! "
  • " All must quit talking while Fred plays jazz vibes. No exceptions! "
  • " Six quarts juice would be enough to make a zippy flavor. "
  • " An explosive judge forbade the lazy owner’s quick merger. "
  • " How vexingly quick daft zebras jump! "
  • "The five boxing wizards jump quickly. "
  • " Funky jazz clubs were quite important for developing Max Roach.