Special Characters List

This file is for people who do not know how to get them special characters in their name/text in game. -Rink

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This file is for people who do not know how to get them special characters in their name/text in game.

-Rink

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JEDI KNIGHT 2/3: Special Characters List
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Title: Special Characters List

Author: YanGreen 

Date: 7 - February – 2005




Description:

After looking at my nick, a lot of people asked me how to do the weird characters that doesn’t appear in the keyboards. You can write those characters using ASCII code:

Definition:
ASCII stands for American Standard Code for Information Interchange. Computers can only understand numbers, so an ASCII code is the numerical representation of a character such as 'a' or '@' or an action of some sort. The first 32 are non-printing characters. 

Using the number associated to each character you can write it easily. 

When you know the number of the character that you want to use, @, for example, is 64, you can write it in the game using: ALT + 064.

I am sure that some of you already know how it works, but it might help the others, and I am certain that only few have got the whole list.

This document is a Word file with the list of characters, all in a page, so you can print it or consult it easily, It includes the standard ASCII table, they might be more characters, the extended ones, but I am not sure if they work in Jedi knights.  

I hope it will be useful.
 


Installation:

No installation required, is a small document that you can read or print.

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