How do I insert the copyright symbol © in vi ?

How do I insert the copyright symbol © in vi ?

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rctemsAsked:
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evilrixConnect With a Mentor Senior Software Engineer (Avast)Commented:
I think all the suggestions made are valid; however, since the copyright symbol isn't a standard ASCII char from my (biased) point of view (c) is the simplest solution.
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ozoCommented:
i©
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ozoCommented:
i<control-V>169
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rctemsAuthor Commented:
its putting an a in front of it ?
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evilrixSenior Software Engineer (Avast)Commented:
I usually just use the quick and dirty way

(c) Copyright EvilRix -- but you can use it if you want :)
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deanmbCommented:
you can do &copy; will do it, i don't know if thats going to show up so it's "& c o p y ;" without the spaces and quotation marks.
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ozoCommented:
legally, (c) is not recognized as equivalent to the © symbol
The simplest solution is the word "Copyright"
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evilrixSenior Software Engineer (Avast)Commented:
>> legally, (c) is not recognized as equivalent to the © symbol
Doesn't that depend which country you are in? Besides, my post did say, "(c) Copyright ..."  :)   {http:#20377614}
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rctemsAuthor Commented:
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When I type i<control-V>169 this is what I get I gues I'll have to use (c) Copyright

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