Alternate key Strokes

Here are all the characters, you get them by holding the Alt key down while
entering the set of numbers on the numeric keypad.
(That's the square block
of numbers on the right).
The first character is just the number, the second
character has a leading zero and the number.


e.g. -- Alt+131= == Alt+0131=


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131 == 171 == 211 + == 251 _


132 == 172 == 212 + == 252 n


133 == 173 == 213 + == 253


134 == 174 == 214 + == 254 _


135 == 175 == 215 + == 255 _


136 == 176 _ == 216 +


137 == 177 _ == 217 +


138 == 178 _ == 218 +


139 == 179 == 219 _


140 == 180 == 220 _


141 == 181 == 221


142 == 182 == 222 _


143 == 183 + == 223 _


144 == 184 + == 224 _


145 ' == 185 == 225


146 ' == 186 == 226 _


147 " == 187 + == 227


148 " == 188 + == 228


149 == 189 + == 229 _


150 == 190 + == 230


151 == 191 + == 231 _


152 == 192 + == 232 _


153 == 193 - == 233 _


154 == 194 - == 234 _


155 == 195 + == 235 _


156 == 196 - == 236 _


157 == 197 + == 237 _


158 P == 198 == 238 _


159 == 199 == 239 _


160 == 200 + == 240 _


161 == 201 + == 241


162 == 202 - == 242 _


163 == 203 - == 243 _


164 == 204 == 244 _


165 == 205 - == 245 _


166 == 206 + == 246


167 == 207 - == 247 _


168 == 208 - == 248


169 _ == 209 - == 249


170 == 210 - == 250




What are they good for?


Here's a few letters with umlauts, needed for foreign languages :


129 = == 132 = == 137 = == 148 = == 142 = == 153 = == 154 =


A few of my favorites are :


Alt + 0162 = == Alt + 0169 = == Alt + 0174 =


Alt + 0153 = == Alt + 0222 = == Alt + 0191 =


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