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Lower case Pi greek letter

Lower case Pi greek letter

Lower case Pi greek letter

How do I generate the lower case Greek letter "pi"?
I managed to do all these symbols, but pi has me stumped.

µ Ω Δ ω ² ³ ½ √ ∞


RE: Lower case Pi greek letter

Thanks, it works.
alt 0176 gives ° but not for everyone. . .?

RE: Lower case Pi greek letter

put brackets around it.


RE: Lower case Pi greek letter

If you use [Π] or [π] in your posts - with formatting exactly as shown - you get the upper and lower case Pi letters Π and π. It works for all the Greek letters provided you can spell them. smile Note that only the first letter is capitalised when you want an upper case letter.

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RE: Lower case Pi greek letter


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