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MacBook - Keyboard key allowing to type " \ " symbol.


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Greetings everybody,

First of all please excuse me if I posted in a wrong forum, I wasn't sure this is the right place.

As the title says I would like to know how to produce " \ " symbol with the MacBook keyboard. I tried everything, but I wasn't able to find it and I really need it for programming

Can anybody help me please?
Thank you in advance
Emilian
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What do you mean you can't find the backslash key?

It's in the same place on a Mac keyboard as it is on a Windows keyboard.


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Greetings everybody,

First of all please excuse me if I posted in a wrong forum, I wasn't sure this is the right place.

As the title says I would like to know how to produce " \ " symbol with the MacBook keyboard. I tried everything, but I wasn't able to find it and I really need it for programming

Can anybody help me please?
Thank you in advance
Emilian
It's just above the Enter key, same place it is on any other keyboard.

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