Here is the same character after a dollar sign: ❥
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3c. Some unicode characters don't work anywhere. Bizarrely, it appears to be the most commonly needed ones, such as Latin-1 accented characters. Here are some examples,
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Bullet: ?, Center dot: ?, Umlaut u: ?.
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4. Here is an example of the greater than, >, and less than,
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5. Commandlinefu used to abbreviate long descriptions on the front page and had a "more..." button so that people could read the rest if they wanted. That's a good feature as it encourages people to explain their commands more fully. Either, the feature has gone missing, or, perhaps, I was just hallucinating it existed in the first place. If the former, please bring it back, If the latter, please implement this great new feature I just thought up.
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6. Tags cannot include Unicode characters. If you try to type one in, the cursor will just spin and spin as it attempt to look up if that tag exists already. For example, try typing Ctrl+Shift+u 2 7 6 5 SPC as a tag name.
echo "?????, these are the umlauted vowels I sing to you. Oh, and sometimes ?." Here is U+2022: ?, which should look like a big bullet point, not an HTML entity. $ ugrep '\bpi\b' | grep MATH 𝚷 U+1D6B7 MATHEMATICAL BOLD CAPITAL PI 𝛑 U+1D6D1 MATHEMATICAL BOLD SMALL PI 𝛡 U+1D6E1 MATHEMATICAL BOLD PI SYMBOL 𝛱 U+1D6F1 MATHEMATICAL ITALIC CAPITAL PI 𝜋 U+1D70B MATHEMATICAL ITALIC SMALL PI 𝜛 U+1D71B MATHEMATICAL ITALIC PI SYMBOL 𝜫 U+1D72B MATHEMATICAL BOLD ITALIC CAPITAL PI 𝝅 U+1D745 MATHEMATICAL BOLD ITALIC SMALL PI 𝝕 U+1D755 MATHEMATICAL BOLD ITALIC PI SYMBOL 𝝥 U+1D765 MATHEMATICAL SANS-SERIF BOLD CAPITAL PI 𝝿 U+1D77F MATHEMATICAL SANS-SERIF BOLD SMALL PI 𝞏 U+1D78F MATHEMATICAL SANS-SERIF BOLD PI SYMBOL 𝞟 U+1D79F MATHEMATICAL SANS-SERIF BOLD ITALIC CAPITAL PI 𝞹 U+1D7B9 MATHEMATICAL SANS-SERIF BOLD ITALIC SMALL PI 𝟉 U+1D7C9 MATHEMATICAL SANS-SERIF BOLD ITALIC PI SYMBOL
Any thoughts on this command? Does it work on your machine? Can you do the same thing with only 14 characters?
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