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Alt+[unicode in decimal using numpad digits] works at the console, providing your environment is properly configured to expect UTF-8 (via LOCALE or LANG environment variables). In your case, you should enter Alt + 201.


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It hasn't stopped working in general, but the way it works may have led you to think that it has stopped working. When one types Ctrl+Shift+u an underscored letter u appears at the insertion point. This may lead a person (e.g., myself, at first) to think that he has entered an underscored letter u, whereas in fact the underscored letter u indicates the ...



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