How to type "≠"

David Klapheck shared this question 1 week ago
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On the TTest Command page it gives the example of how to use the TTestTTest(4, 1, 12, 4, "≠")

How can I enter ≠ not equal in the graphing calculator? It is not even on the GeoGebra keyboard.

I tried typing "/=", "=/", "\=", "=\", "\ne" "ne", "notequal".

You automatically fix >= into ≥, and entering == makes ≟. Why not make an easy shortcut for ≠?

When I just type = it would be nice if it switched my input to ≠, not just output "undefined".

Also having to enter the quotations in "=" is a hassle on my iPhone. Could you allow input 0 for a left tail, 1 for a right tail, and 2 for two tails.

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the symbol for 'isn't equal' is created by typing !=

This is the same as in Javascript

chris

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It is not even on the GeoGebra keyboard.
Yes it is (look under "#&¬")

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Why not make an easy shortcut for ≠?
We did, try != here: https://www.geogebra.org/graphing

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Thank you.

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