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How do I display M power 2..?

P: 1
Nothing to do with Manipulation..
I need just to display thats it...

Like: e^2,e square, e cube,
May 23 '13 #1
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Oralloy
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khan123

You need to be a lot more specific about what sort of display - I assume you have something graphical, not just a plain text box. Although, even there, you can use the unicode code-point U+00B2, "SUPERSCRIPT TWO", which is in the "Latin-1 Supplement" code block.

Only two and three are in the "Latin-1 Supplement" code block. The other superscript digits are in the "Superscripts and Subscripts" code block.

You might want to look at the code tables at Unicode.org.

Hope that helps.

Regards,
Oralloy
May 23 '13 #2

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