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It has several names. The most common is probably hash.In North American English, it's sometimes ,called, the pound sign and used as a ,symbol, for pounds weight: this can be confusing for British people for whom a pound sign is £. It's also known as the number sign in North American English, in contexts such as go to question #2.In a musical context, the ,symbol, is known as a sharp.
The ,symbol, Kathrine asks about is ,called, the pilcrow or the paragraph mark. (I use an iPad and don’t have that ,symbol, on my keyboard.) Lisa on May 24, 2019 7:38 pm. I am responding to a question from: Kathrineon August 28, 2017 11:36 am
7/10/2019, · Pound Sterling or Pound ,symbol,. € Euro. $ Dollar sign or generic currency. ¢ Cent sign. ¥ Chinese/Japenese Yuan. § Micro or section. % Percent. ° Degree. ^ Caret or circumflex. & Ampersand, epershand, or and ,symbol,. * Asterisk, mathematical multiplication ,symbol,, and sometimes referred to as star. (Open or left parenthesis.) Close or ...
6/3/2020, · Mouse ,symbols, A ,symbol, of a computer mouse with two buttons and sometimes a mouse wheel is a ,symbol, used to indicate a mouse setting or a port that allows supports a mouse connection. A rectangular box with either one box or two boxes at the bottom is a ,symbol, to represent a touchpad on a laptop and may be next to a button that turns on and off the touchpad.
9/4/2020, · Ampersand is the proper name for the keyboard ,symbol, &, which is the Latin for et and means “and.” Apostrophe is the proper name for the ,symbol, “’”, which indicates contraction. It is also used for possessives. In mathematics this ,symbol, is used …
I know that ^ is ,called, a caret, but this doesn't seem to apply to the similarly shaped but nonetheless different < and > ,symbols,. The only names I've heard them ,called, is the less-than sign and the greater-than sign, but those names seem rather informal and apply only to their use in math.The ,symbols, are used in other contexts as well, so it seems they would have less specific names.
Before it became the standard ,symbol, for e-mail, the @ ,symbol, was typically used to indicate the cost or weight of something. For example, if you bought five oranges for $1.25 each, you might write it as 5 oranges @ $1.25 ea. It is still used in this manner on a variety of forms and invoices around the world.