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  Aargh! In the old days, with the wordprocessors on the first generation PCs (1980s), you just pressed the Alt key and the two characters you wanted to combine (say, n and ~) and that was it. Never understood why it isn't as simple as that anymore.
Out of laziness to switch another keyboard setting or open the "Symbols" thingie or remember the ASCII code (like Alt 237 or whatever) I sometimes just copy-paste the required character from another text at hand.
Is the ~ called tilde in English?
  Author: LN_Cello
Eintrag from 23.04.2008
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