Q: Code to make a square symbol?

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The square root symbol is Unicode 0x221A. To show it, you either need to draw it graphically, or you need to have a Unicode representation library.

Usually, in code, the square root symbol is denoted as: sqrt() where the number inside the square root is written inside the brackets. For example, if you wanted the square root of 64, write: sqrt(64)

It is 221A + Alt X

The symbol for a a square root sign is: √

press alt and then v (at least it worked on mine)

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The the square root symbol can be displayed by using ASCII code cout<<"press alt251"; pressing alt251 "��"

The square root symbol is Unicode 0x221A. To show it, you either need to draw it graphically, or you need to have a Unicode representation library.

Usually, in code, the square root symbol is denoted as: sqrt() where the number inside the square root is written inside the brackets. For example, if you wanted the square root of 64, write: sqrt(64)

It is 221A + Alt X

The four symbol code to override the computer password (reboot code) is four symbols in order : square, loop (square made out of arrows), circle, and X. The code is found in the GATOS manual from the locker in the Vehicle Bay.

The symbol for a a square root sign is: √

The symbol of a square inside of a square for electrical purposes means double insulated.

the square root symbol. that would make it 1,/2 (i don't know how to make a square root symbol, sorry) but since the numbers are next to each other it is assumed that they are being multiplied and the square root of 2 is approximately 1.414 right in between 1 and 2 :)

Most processors have a special symbol key; on Microsoft Word go to "INSERT" then "SYMBOLS" and look for it there

press alt and then v (at least it worked on mine)

The square root symbol is like a tick with a line connected to the top. Go to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Square_root and the square root symbol is displayed.

The only thing that a square root symbol does is that it symbolises an operation (taking the square root) of whatever is under the sign.