General ASCII Characters

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General ASCII Characters

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The Special Characters Token used to display any ASCII character is &#  followed by the number representing this character's ASCII code (a full list of ASCII codes can be found in the appendices). Some examples :

 

&#147

Opening Double Quote

&#148

Closing Double Quote

&#145

Opening Single Quote

&#146

Closing Single Quote

&#133

Ellipsis

&#149

Bullet

&#176

Degree Mark

&#134

Dagger

 

 

Although you can cut and paste many of the above characters from QuarkXPress or Word into any of the Q++ dialogs, these characters often appears as a square or thick vertical line which, when many such characters are used, may lead to confusion. Using this token ensures that the characters used are obvious at all times.


Topic 175610 updated on 10-Jul-2017.
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