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How to obtain a bracket angle with Shift+,

I tried to do what Nick did typing Shift+, but it didn't work. Could you help me with that please?

4 Answers

I think I know what's causing your problem. You are pressing down Shift, the plus sign, and a comma all at the same time, right? Well, try pressing just Shift and a comma at the same time and it should work (the plus sign is just telling you to press the keys at the same time). And for a closing angle bracket, you just need to press Shift and a period.

Hope this helps and happy coding! ~Alex

Thanks Alexander for your answer. Actually I did as you suggest but it appears in the case Shift, another character and no the bracket angle as it should be

Press Shift and a comma at the exact same time, like this: < for the closing bracket, press Shitf and a period at the exact same time, like this: >

Yes, I do that but it happens what I have told you. in the case shift and a coma it appears a ; and in the case of shift and a . it appears:

Are you using a English keyboard? Maybe you need to switch languages... :/

Great Alexander, it was that. Thank you

No problem! :)

Can you give me a "best answer" so that everyone knows that the question is answered?

Thanks! ~Alex