AskKey
AskKey 1.4.1
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AskKey... Find ASCII values, HTML notations, Unicode symbols. AskKey is a simple freeware application that is designed for those who work with ASCII characters and Unicode values. Using ASC/Chr, you can find ASCII values for particular characters or vice versa. Use HTML to find HTML notations for particular keys. Switch to 'Key' and press a key on your keyboard, and AskKey will tell you its ASCII value. When you work with Unicode symbols, try Sym1 and Sym2. Sym2 covers hundreds of Unicode notations over 7 fields. Click here to read User's Guide.
What's New
Version 1.4.1:
  • File & Ext are deprecated.
  • Sym2: 3 new areas of Unicode symbols are added:
  • Math operators, Math operators 2, Number forms.
  • A few minor changes and fixes are made.
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.4 or later

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Downloads:1,567
Version Downloads:857
Type:Development : Editors
License:Free
Date:06 Jan 2010
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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AskKey... Find ASCII values, HTML notations, Unicode symbols. AskKey is a simple freeware application that is designed for those who work with ASCII characters and Unicode values. Using ASC/Chr, you can find ASCII values for particular characters or vice versa. Use HTML to find HTML notations for particular keys. Switch to 'Key' and press a key on your keyboard, and AskKey will tell you its ASCII value. When you work with Unicode symbols, try Sym1 and Sym2. Sym2 covers hundreds of Unicode notations over 7 fields. Click here to read User's Guide.


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