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Feb 6, 2013, 7:29:01 AM2/6/13
This do not work everywhere.
Most of the New laptops/notebooks (specially of Dell & HP) neigther have Numerical keypad
Nor they have NumLock key to provide a virtual Numerical keypad on "uiop-jkl;..." keys.
They Windows "On screen keyboad" also does not work for Alt (keep pressed)+Decimal Code.
Why the manufatures removed the facility of NumLock & Virtual number pad in new laptops/notebooks???
Would they provide alternative facility of pressing Alt+any other key+general numbers from above rows of keyboard????
Is any such tool or program develped? If not, when it will be? Who will develop & provide.
Further TAB pcs / Smart phones donot have Numerical Keypad? How to use Alt+NumKey there to get a Unicode Character???
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On Tue, Feb 5, 2013 at 6:05 AM, <> wrote:


    Pk Sharma <> Feb 04 05:37PM +0530  

    1. find out decimal code point number of the character
    2. keep alt pressed and use number pad to enter the decimal codepoint number
    3. release alt
    4. unicode character will appear at the cursor location
    now use indian languages on pc more easily with :
    IT'S EASY !! IT'S FREE !!!


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