When doing circuit analysis calculations I use the mathematical therefore symbol in my calculations and need to document my iterations to support my analysis. There is no ASCII code for the "therefore" symbol. There is a UNICODE U+2211 for it that doesn't work. I had to cut and paste the one in the title. Any pointers here?
closed as off-topic by Elliot Alderson, Voltage Spike, brhans, Renan, W5VO♦ Jul 1 at 19:47
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Did you google it?
Because the symbol is not usually available on keyboards and within fonts, and to prevent compatibility issues, users have substituted a colon followed by a period (":.") to represent it.
On my iPad here with a BT keyboard.
Block quote. Alt-Q
∑ Alt W
Basically use HTML for best or Mathjax which is “bound by \$ before and after
I am an EE, \$\therefore\$ I think outside the Ω box.