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The Pipe Symbol

Postby R2FyeUs » Sat, 06 Mar 2004 12:46:07 GMT

Alright, I am a long time Access user, got into development with Access for work, now I am a junkie.  My latest venture is into VB.net.  So far I love it.  However, I am doing one of those 20 one hour lesson books, and on lesson one I am stuck.  How do you make a pipe symbol.  I don't see it on my key board????  Please help

Thanks

Gary

Re: The Pipe Symbol

Postby Scott M. » Sat, 06 Mar 2004 12:57:31 GMT

It's right above your enter key.  It's the backslash key "\" while holding
shift "|".






for work, now I am a junkie.  My latest venture is into VB.net.  So far I
love it.  However, I am doing one of those 20 one hour lesson books, and on
lesson one I am stuck.  How do you make a pipe symbol.  I don't see it on my
key board????  Please help.



Re: The Pipe Symbol

Postby Shaurya Vardhan » Sat, 06 Mar 2004 13:39:30 GMT

  Hi,

  U can get the pipe symbol, above Enter Key, th8 key contains "\" and "|" .

  Shaurya..





  > Alright, I am a long time Access user, got into development with Access
for work, now I am a junkie.  My latest venture is into VB.net.  So far I
love it.  However, I am doing one of those 20 one hour lesson books, and on
lesson one I am stuck.  How do you make a pipe symbol.  I don't see it on my
key board????  Please help.
  >
  > Thanks,
  >
  >
  > Gary



Re: The Pipe Symbol

Postby Derrick » Sat, 06 Mar 2004 23:24:54 GMT

Gary,

If your keyboard truly doesn't have the pipe symbol identified (or if the
keyboard is so warn that the letters aren't clear), you can get the pipe
symbol in the VS IDE by holding down the ALT key and typing its ASCII code.
For the pipe symbol, you would hold the ALT key and type 124, then release
the ALT key and you'll get the pipe symbol.

HTH,
Derrick






for work, now I am a junkie.  My latest venture is into VB.net.  So far I
love it.  However, I am doing one of those 20 one hour lesson books, and on
lesson one I am stuck.  How do you make a pipe symbol.  I don't see it on my
key board????  Please help.



Re: The Pipe Symbol

Postby CJ Taylor » Sat, 06 Mar 2004 23:27:28 GMT

Mine is below...

and to the right.









on
my



Re: The Pipe Symbol

Postby Scott M. » Sun, 07 Mar 2004 07:31:07 GMT

In a 'standard' keyboard layout, it is as I described.  Of course, not
everyone's keyboard is standard.  The point is that it is the shifted value
of the backslash key.









holding



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