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I have a small problem, I own an iBook, which works fantastically. However I appear to have lost a key (Hash) on the keyboard. I can't find any sort of keymapping program either. Anyone any ideas? Just kinda need it for programming.

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Quick google found the answer ...I really shouldn't be so lazy


Anywayz its ALT + 3 for anyone else having probs
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