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|my hash key is a pound||0.43||0.4||4003||12|
|hash on uk keyboard||0.22||0.1||1902||77|
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The pound key and hash key are the same key. If the pound @ key changed to the double quote key, then the keyboard layout may have been changed from English (UK) to English (US). Edit: It occurred to me that while the "pound key", the "number key" and the "hash key" are the same key on a US keyboard, the "pound key" is a different key on ...How do I change the pound sign on my keyboard?
To change the pound sign on your keyboard, you will need to press the shift key and the number 3 key at the same time. If you have a numeric keypad in Windows, you will be able to type any symbol easily. The symbol can also be copied and found within another app or web page as a third shortcut.What is the difference between keyboard mapping and hashing?
It all depends on how the active keyboard layout file (the software mentioned in the previous paragraph) â€śmapsâ€ť the keys. So, the keyboard mapping for a UK layout will produce a pound sign (£) when â€śshifted 3â€ť is depressed but the keyboard mapping for a US layout will produce a hash (#) when â€śshifted 3â€ť is depressed.What is the alt code shortcut for the hash symbol?
The Alt Code shortcut for the Hash Symbol is Alt. This method can be used by pressing and holding an Alt key on your keyboard while using the numeric keypad to enter an Alt code and then releasing the Alt key. Chris Messina, Twitterâ€™s chief development officer, created the hashtag on August 23, 2007.