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    Re: Exercise #16 High Altitude Sights near Noon
    From: Richard B. Langley
    Date: 2008 Jul 21, 09:18 -0300

    On a Mac, option(alt)-shift-8 typically gets the degree sign: "�" but it
    might depend on the application you are using as to whether it registers or
    -- Richard Langley
    On Sun, 20 Jul 2008, Hewitt Schlereth wrote:
    >Hey, thanks, I tried it but got ?�?. I have a Mac iBook, which
    >probably has a way to do it, but I haven't discovered it; can't say
    >I've tried very hard, though. My LCII had some combination of keys,
    >then the * to get the degree symbol. But I've forgotten even that.
    >Thanks kindly, Hewitt
    >On 7/20/08, James N Wilson  wrote:
    >>  Hewitt:
    >>  A tip: the degree symbol can be inserted as Alt-248. That results in a �.
    >>  Better than a *. Other ASCII symbols can be similarly created.
    >>  Jim Wilson
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