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how to get the multiply symbol

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by dame666, Feb 7, 2005.

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  1. dame666

    dame666 Thread Starter

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    hi
    can anyone tell me how to get the multiply symbol up from my keyboard :eek: :eek: :eek:
    thank you
     
  2. Fidelista

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    I am probably being silly , but do you mean X as in x, =,+, ?. >f
     
  3. sekirt

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    If you are talking about comunicating to the average person in a post or email, I guess 'x' works. Since computers normally have their own language, programs make use of '*' for multiplication. That is above the figure '8' or on the keypad.

    2*2=4

    sekirt
     
  4. dame666

    dame666 Thread Starter

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    hi
    im trying to get on a website called www.badger times3.com, times being the multiply symbol you use for maths tried the symbol above 8 still can not access the site.im using firefox 1.0
     
  5. rebelmusic

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  6. sekirt

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    ....and I thought this was for some Earth saving engineering equation!
    :D :D :D

    sekirt
     
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