things evolved, they dropped the carriage return. You can also just use the symbol on this page. For an iPhone, go to the keyboard settings and add the Greek language keyboard. Alt0176, alt0216, alt0177, to determine the ascii code for other special characters, go to Windows Start, Programs, Accessories, System Tools, Character Map, select the character, and then look at indicated ascii code in the lower right hand corner of the utility. You can find it on either side of your Spacebar. See my attachment for a clearer explanation. Your number pad is usually to the right of the main part of the keyboard. Dwight Livingston Sep 21, 2007 4:58 PM Back when, you needed both a carriage return (CR return to column 1) and a line feed (LF advance to next row) to start a new line of text. You can add the Greek language on any iOS devices.
Then, select Add new keyboard and find Greek in the other iPhone languages. Finally, you'll see the pi symbol. No, but you can bookmark or screenshot the article so that you will have it as a reference. This could be in a Word Document, email, or anywhere else. It seems to matter where you use ALT 0010 and what the result.