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> International Characters, Entering "special characters" in Linux
bluephoenix
post Jun 29 2004, 07:11 PM
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Here's a question that I've been curious about... under Windows I can input "special characters" by making sure the numbers-lock is active, holding down the right ALT key and then typing in the character's co'de on the keypad. For example, ALT+0169 produces a copyright symbol, ALT+0241 produces an n with tilde, etc.

How can I do this in Linux?

-Tim
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