On Mon, Mar 12, 2001 at 04:16:44PM -0800, Rick Moen mentioned:
> Meanwhile, ISO-8859-15 (Latin-9) has the Euro at position 164 (A4h). To
> quote the Linux kernel documentation, it's "an update to Latin 1 that
> removes a handful of rarely used characters and instead adds support for
> Estonian, corrects the support for French and Finnish, and adds the new
> Euro character." That's probably your best standards-compliant
> solution, unless and until we start bandying bad words like "Unicode".
But, what do you press in X to get it ?
Kate, who uses iso-8859-15
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