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Old Unix and Linux 04-14-2004   -   Original Discussion by Alucard
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finding the "pipe" on the keyboard

hi, i am new to UNIX and im reading up on it and in this book it talks about this pipe which is a straight up and down line however i can't find it? it talks about it being by my keyboard. does anyone know where it might be?
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Old Unix and Linux 04-15-2004   -   Original Discussion by Alucard
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....well guy, take a close look at the \ key. do you see the straight up and down line right above it? the \ (back slash) will be near your backspace key. pressing shift + \ will result in | being printed.

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