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how we can type (bigger sign & equal sign at the same time) How we type the bigger sign (<) and equal sign (=) at the same time in the keyboard.
so for instant, we can type like x <= y
 
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Re: how we can type (bigger sign & equal sign at the same time) Is this a trick question?
You want one keystroke to produce those two characters?

 Joe (strazzerj@aol.com) 
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Re: how we can type (bigger sign & equal sign at the same time) No it’s not trick question, but I have seen this two signs together, so I’m not sure how they can write it, it might combination of two or more keys, I’m not really sure, I just wanted to know how..
Also how u can type the infinity sign? I have seen this too, how they can do it?
 
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Re: how we can type (bigger sign & equal sign at the same time) I'm not sure about you but first I'd type in a '>' char then hit the '=' char on my keyboard.
You might have a math font where it actually is a single keystroke, but in most of the languages I work with typing in two chars should do the trick.
 
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Re: how we can type (bigger sign & equal sign at the same time) In Word:
Insert/Symbol
Font: Normal Text
Subset: Mathematical Operators
Within that you will see gte and lte symbols.
I'm not sure where you're trying to use this, if it's a document, then this will work for you. I'm not a coder, but any programming I've seen uses >= and <=.

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Re: how we can type (bigger sign & equal sign at the same time) If you look at the extended ASCII character set, you see that \242 is greaterthanorequalto; \243 is lessthanorequalto; and \236 is the infinity sign.
Producing them is dependant on the application (notepad, word, etc.)
 
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Re: how we can type (bigger sign & equal sign at the same time) If you're doing this in Word, change font to SYMBOL and type ALT + 0179. For the less than or equal to symbol, use ALT + 0163. I found this by looking for these symbols in the character map.
Or you could just type => and <= as previously suggested. Much less of a pain even if it doesn't look as pretty.

Gail 
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Re: how we can type (bigger sign & equal sign at the same time) The following was produced with altnnn (using the numeric keypad), like Notepad.
≥
≤
∞
 
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Re: how we can type (bigger sign & equal sign at the same time) thank you all wonderful people for your responds.
I have tried as jgottlieb and it worked for me. Thank you all
 
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Re: how we can type (bigger sign & equal sign at the same time) OK. So next time if you say:
<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica">quote:</font><HR>
How we type the bigger sign (<) and equal sign (=) at the same time in the keyboard when using MSWord.
so for instant, we can type like x <= y
<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
we'll know what you are seeking.

 Joe (strazzerj@aol.com)
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