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CNET Editor

Seamus Byrne is the Editor of CNET Australia. At other times he'll be found messing with apps, watching TV, building LEGO, and rolling dice. Usually at the same time.

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You could also visit a website like CopyPasteCharacter.com. It's a site that gathers up lots of special characters, and makes it a single click to copy one so you can paste it into whatever text-input box you like.

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Im Batman posted a comment   
Australia

Seamus, i am always a bit confused about watching your videos as i have usually just read your article... but maybe they are destined for greater things through other channels.

 

rkc_62 posted a comment   
Australia

Or if you're a Windows user, you could just use Charmap which has been standard install on every Windows installation since 3.11 - so much faster and easier




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