> It's a windows key sequence for inputting characters with an accent-grave.
> (eg: à è ì ò ù)
>> Essentially it's based on your keyboard layout preferences ... layout-US
> doesn't have it, I'm not sure about UK, but Irish definately has ... Irish
> also allows the Alt-Gr key to compose the a e i o u characters.
>> -----Original Message-----
> Is it some sort of escape sequence command?
> I've just realised that if you type that character even in Word, it does
> appear on the screen, until you hit the next character. (i.e. if not a
> sequence such as `a it displays correctly after the second character.)
>> It appears to be some sort of command to print "altered characters" such
> "A accent" or "I fadda".
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