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  1. needapc

    needapc Banned Thread Starter

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    Could someone give me the text/ASCII version of this special character??
    http://img600.imageshack.us/img600/7108/screenshot20110120at405.png

    It is basically an R with two vertical lines on the left (instead of one). It represents relation in symbolic logic. E.g. "aRb" would mean *a* bears a certain relation to *b*. (a and b are objects)
     
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    This character? It isn't an ASCII character at all (ascii only has room for 256 characters), so there's no way to give you that code I'm afraid. You can get it in HTML by inserting the code
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    [SIZE=2] &# 8477;[/SIZE]
    (without the space between the # and the number, which I put in to stop this helpful very forum from turning the thing into the ℝ for me.)
     
  3. needapc

    needapc Banned Thread Starter

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    Thanks!
    I just need it as a text for MS word. (But I didn't know where to find it.)
     
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