Re: printing a character on a windows form

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Posted by Robert G Laurin on December 10, 2018 at 09:32:07:

In Reply to: printing a character on a windows form posted by Marc Shevick on December 08, 2018 at 14:21:39:

Hi Marc,

I couldn't get the 0x2116 to print.

However, I did see that the character 176 or @B0@ is the degree which can be used as N°

or even better:

The character 186 or @BA@ is the Masculine Ordinal Indicator which shows as Nº. Notice the 'o' is a bit lower than the degree. I am familiar with the french No.

Let me try it here with Arial....

Other option is to print the N and then print the o with a slightly up line position (and maybe a smaller font) with underline 'on'

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