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pb with / character

Posted on 1997-03-14
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Hello,

Since I've installed UNIX SCO V4.2R3.2 from V4.0R3.2,
when I type the numpad character "/", I obtain "!".
If I type the "/:" key, I obtain normally "/".

Why it doesn't work on the numpad, and how to resolve this ?

Thank's
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Question by:bidouye
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mauricetokyo earned 50 total points
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Just press Alt and at the same time type the number 47 on the keypad. This will show the / character at the position you cursor is.

Hope this solves your problem and gives me the points I desperately need.

Be well

Moe
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by:mauricetokyo
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I can't grade the answer because I've tried and it doesn't work on my system !!!
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by:bidouye
ID: 1811836
You have the type the alt-47 on the numeric keypad. Did you try that?
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