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    SubjectRe: Linux and the "Euro" symbol?
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    Followup to:  <B6AA33FCF897D211882D00A0C984DC861E0C79@tsc-exch.tsc.icl.co.uk>
    By author: Greaves Tristan TM <Tristan.Greaves@icl.com>
    In newsgroup: linux.dev.kernel
    >
    > Hmm, I think my question was badly worded. :)
    >
    > I guess this is a *distribution* thing as opposed to a kernel thing, if
    > it really is just a matter of including it in a keymap.
    >
    > I guess I mean: In a standard VGA console, can you bring up a Euro symbol
    > by pressing the right keyboard combination? Anyone know what this
    > combination *is*? Keyboards nowadays are having the "Euro" symbol printed
    > on the "E" key...
    >

    AltGr-E (AltGr == Mode_Switch) for most keyboards; I believe the
    recommended keycode for U.S. keyboards is Shift-Alt-4.

    -hpa
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