how true! I didn't know... my Windows usage sucks :)
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On Mon, 14 Oct 2002 23:07:53 +0900
"@ Edwin" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Monday, October 14, 2002 10:44 PM
> Maxim Maletsky wrote:
> > "ALT" key? I don't think so.
> > The only way to type other language's characters is by switch the
> > keyboard layout (ALT-SHIFT, usually) so your keyboard inputs the
> > ASCII mapped to your keys. That's the only way. And, anyhow, it
> > has nothing to do with PHP at that point. It's client-side.
> "ALT" key? Yes. Try it. ;)
> Press and hold the ALT key then type 97 (on the 10-key), release the
> ALT key and it'll produce the small letter "a". Do the same for letter "b"
> by pressing 98 and so on.
> But of course, this has nothing to do with PHP. (And besides, you need
> to know the ASCII codes to produce them...)
> - E
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