ALT Codes - Alt Codes for Greek Letters

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List of Alt Codes for entering Greek Letters

ALT Codes for Greek Letters
Alt Code Symbol Description
Alt 224 α Alpha
Alt 225 ß Beta
Alt 226 Γ Gamma
Alt 235 δ Delta
Alt 238 ε Epsilon
Alt 233 Θ Theta
Alt 227 π Pi
Alt 230 µ Mu
Alt 228 Σ Uppercase Sigma
Alt 229 σ Lowercase sigma
Alt 231 τ Tau
Alt 232 Φ Uppercase Phi
Alt 237 φ Lowercase Phi
Alt 234 Ω Omega

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Neil, what you do you want to know about lambda? Here is lambda:

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It has been mentioned that Alt955 prints a lamda if your platform is Windows XP.

In Windows 7, you can bring up the character map and find lambda on the bottom row fifth character, and copy it.

It appears that there on Windows 7, there is no way to print lambda or the rest of the Greek alphabet.

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I have Vista Ultimate x86, on a laptop. I'm trying to find the combination for lowercase "Mu" (Greek). None mentioned above works.

Alt230 works with the Window 7 platform. So I suspect it would work with your Vista Ultimate as well.

Thank you for giving this piece of information.

ALT-230 works even on Windows 7, and so I am sure it would work on Vista.

I have printed the following using ALT-230:

µ µ µ µ µ µ

On my system,
ALT230 prints this "Š"
ALT956 prints this "╝"

I have 2 things to say; 1- there is no ALT 956 code or whatever on there. 2- you have to pu a space between ALT and the numbers.

Anon, Alt230 will print lowercase "mu" (µ).

I just printed it using that method between the parentheses above. My platform is Windows 7, but I suspect it would work on Vista Ultimate as well.

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i wan the alt code of xi but nothing is working :(

What platform are you using?

On Windows 7, there is no ALT code for xi(ξ). However, you can print it by bringing up the character map. You can then click on the ξ and copy it to the clipboard. Then you can simply insert it where you want.

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It looks like you can convert the U+ codes in character map from hex to decimal and use that with ALT+ keystrokes.

For instance, uppercase Delta is U+0394 as described in Character Map. Converting 394 from hex to decimal gives 916, so ALT+0916 gives the uppercase Delta character (at least with Vista and my locale).

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