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Re: [SLE] how to print symbols found under "man iso_8859_1"
  • From: gilson redrick <gilsonr@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 1 Nov 2002 20:04:44 -0500
  • Message-id: <B0008661643@>
On Friday, 01 November 2002 02:33, Jeric wrote:
> In windows you can do Alt+Keypad to display ascii symbols. How can you
> do that in any text editor in linux? Particularly those symbols found
> in the listing for 'man iso_8859_1'?
>
One way of doing it, *if* you use KDE, is to go Control Center-Peripherals-
Keyboard. In Primary Layout, choose U.S. English w/ISO9995-3, then Apply. You
have to practice a bit to learn what does what *with* your keyboard. With
mine, I press the Window icon key; then ' (single quote) with a vowel: á é í
ó ú; with " (double quote): ä ë ï ö ü; with ^ (caret): â Ê; with , (comma): ç
Ç; with ~ (tilde): ñ Ñ. The Window icon key with *double* ! ? produce ¡ ¿.
*Many* characters are produced with Alt+ some key: æ Æ (Alt+a); þ Þ (Alt+p);
¢ (Alt+c); ð Ð (Alt+d); ß (Alt+s). Note: the Window icon key you press and
release, then press the other key(s); the Alt key you press and hold while
you press the other key(s).

> Also, I don't see a "tm" (which is alt+0153 in windows), does the
> iso-latin have that one?
If you go to K-Administration-Tools-Character Selector, you get a chart of
all the characters in the ASCII list from 033 to 255. You'll see that ©
(Alt+C) and ® (Alt+R) are there, but not (tm).

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