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Windows’ "ALT key codes" Linux equivalent

To produce any character in Linux the same way you do it in Windows with ALT key codes, press SHIFT-CTRL-U, then hold SHIFT-CTRL and enter a two characters Unicode code. For example, to produce an é, you’ll enter E9.

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  1. Eric M.
    15/05/2009 à 12:45 | #1

    >Well, actually, it can be two characters only if you’re in the « 00 » (Basic Latin 1) section; otherwise, you’le have to enter three or four characters (for example, for the character « ≅ », you have to enter 2245).

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