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How do I get a "≤" sign to appear in my function's HELP documentation?

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Richard Lyman
Richard Lyman on 28 Jul 2021
Answered: Walter Roberson on 29 Jul 2021
How do I get a "≤" sign to appear in my function's HELP documentation? I am using 2016b. All that shows up is a "?"
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Richard Lyman
Richard Lyman on 28 Jul 2021
methods (Static)
function obj = move(x0,x3,xd0,xd3,xdmax,xddacc,xdddec,press_lim)
%sseg.move
% ≤
>> help sseg.move
sseg.move
?

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dpb
dpb on 28 Jul 2021
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DGM
DGM on 29 Jul 2021
LE should be UTF-8 0xE289A4, UTF-16 0x2264, or CP437 0xF3
I don't know about CP1252

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 29 Jul 2021
<= is not part of CP1252
I am using 2016b
In that release, MATLAB did not use UTF-8 for .m files unless you took specific steps (which even if you took, your co-workers probably have not taken.)
I have seen several cases posted in which the exact same code (file was attached) on the exact same version of MATLAB for windows, had characters come out differently.. having to do with the installed fonts on the Windows machines.

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