Author Topic: high & low (single capital characters)  (Read 1139 times)

drhaggis

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high & low (single capital characters)
« on: 30 Oct, 2007, 20:10:22 »
I'm working on a LCD display that only has monotonic capital letters, and I need a single character to represent that an electrical signal has gone "high" or turned "on." In English we use "H" and "L," for example.

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Re: high & low (single capital characters)
« Reply #1 on: 31 Oct, 2007, 01:47:29 »
And the universal symbols "|" and "O" won't work in this context?
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Re: high & low (single capital characters)
« Reply #2 on: 02 Nov, 2007, 18:10:51 »
No, those are symbols for Power On/Off for a device, I'm presenting the state of multiple signals.

I'm using the numbers 1 and 0 right now, which is suitably universal, but we usually use letters. Our Spanish application uses "S" and "N" for example.  I'm still curious what the Greek letters would be.