Ah yes, on the PC historically you hold down the ALT key and type the code with the numpad keys.

    There's some standard that says this is how to generate unicode:

1.    Hold down Ctrl+Shift
2.    Press U
3.    Type the hexadecimal for the unicode character
4.    Release Ctrl+Shift

I'm under the impression that Windows supports this in some circumstances, and I know some Linux programs support it too. Unfortunately my e-mail program (Pine) seems to have some trouble with unicode -- I may have to look at alternatives after 14 years of use :(.


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