The characters > ASCCI 128 in the subject aren't recognize (for example
cami=F3n, =F1, ... -- it is posible that you can't see this example
Yes, It's possible. IF one remembers to hold down the <Alt ket> then over
to the numeric key to key in the ascii code, then release the <ALT> key
after you're done coding.
ALT + 171 = ˝
ALT + 155 = ˘
ALT + 128 = Ç
just remember to let up on the ALT key after coding the ASCII key that's
not found on a standard Keyboard.
I get a laugh out of this, when I use the ˘ signwith some others ASCII
keys and most of my other Americans on a list can't figure out how I did
that, unless I show them how. In a back of any ASCII book should be a
code table for what corresponds to a key according to their keyboard code
page set up. Try it out on a few text lines, and then go out and impress
your fellow list subscribers that you know neat keyboard trick that
probably no one ever thought of doing.
Hope this helps.
From: Enrique Rodríguez Lázaro <email@example.com>