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Inline Pattern Handling for ° symbol [solved]

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Re: Inline Pattern Handling for ° symbol [solved]

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balala wrote: October 13th, 2020, 8:22 pm You might take a look here: https://docs.rainmeter.net/manual/variables/character-variables/.
Thanks. :thumbup:

I found a couple lists, that hopefully are usable the same as the [\x00B0]
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Re: Inline Pattern Handling for ° symbol [solved]

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CodeCode wrote: October 13th, 2020, 8:40 pm I found a couple lists, that hopefully are usable the same as the [\x00B0]
I'm glad. :thumbup:
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Re: Inline Pattern Handling for ° symbol [solved]

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CodeCode wrote: October 13th, 2020, 7:53 pm Thanks for the [\x00B0] ! Is there a list of these, or what are they called by and I can google a list?
Is it Hex? Or Octal? etc?
Thanks.

NB: the Text=Text is a typo. :oops:
It's a hexa number, a reference to an Unicode character. As for a list, I personally prefer using this one at Compart - it has categories, blocks, all kind of stuff you can access from the left sidebar. Obviously, you can search for a character, for example this came out after pasting ° in the search box at the top (you get similar results if you literally search for Degree, by the way).
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Re: Inline Pattern Handling for ° symbol [solved]

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Yincognito wrote: October 14th, 2020, 5:25 pm It's a hexa number, a reference to an Unicode character. As for a list, I personally prefer using this one at Compart - it has categories, blocks, all kind of stuff you can access from the left sidebar. Obviously, you can search for a character, for example this came out after pasting ° in the search box at the top (you get similar results if you literally search for Degree, by the way).
WOW! That's a really cool site.

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Re: Inline Pattern Handling for ° symbol [solved]

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CodeCode wrote: October 16th, 2020, 9:51 am WOW! That's a really cool site.

Thanks.
Don't mention it. ;-)