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in reply to Re: Re: Apocalypse 12
in thread Apocalypse 12

Take a look at characters 174 and 175

I will when I get home. (The chart is an appendix in my ITT Advanced Basic manual...) But I no longer use DOS as my primary operating system, and the system I do use now does not support IBM Extended ASCII as far as I am aware, nor does it provide a mechanism for typing characters above decimal 126 or below decimal 32. Holding alt while typing on the keypad does application-dependent things; in Mozilla, it seems to have something to do with bookmarks or the history.

Update: Oh, is that what those are? Sure enough, I guess. They look rather different on my chart (rather more vertically stretched), but that's basically just a font difference. Still, as I said, I don't have any way AFAIK to type in these characters in my current operating environment. Here's hoping that >> will work.


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