# How do you write a superscript in Java?

## How do you write a superscript in Java?

You can **write** text as **superscript** or **subscript** using the Chunk class, and it's setTextRise() method. You use a positive text rise value for **superscript**, and a negative text rise value for **subscript**.

## What are subscripts in Java?

The individual array elements can be found through **subscript** notation. A **subscript** is an integer value between [ and ] that represents the index of the element you want to get to. ... The **subscript** range of a **Java** array is an integer value in the range of 0 through its capacity - 1.

## How do I type greater than or equal to?

To get the ≥ symbol (the **greater than or equal to**) use the option key and the period key. To **type** the > symbol (**greater than**) press shift and period key. On a PC keyboard it is just a little different.

## What is the Alt code for degrees?

In **Android**, switch to numbers ? 123 then **symbols** =\< . The **degrees** symbol is found on the second row.

## How do you write greater than or equal to on a keyboard?

The easiest way to make a “**greater than or equal** to” sign on multiple platforms is to use the Alt code 242. Hold down the Alt key while **typing** 242 on the **keypad**, then release the Alt key and the **greater than or equal** to sign should appear: ≥.

## Where is the less than or equal to sign on a keyboard?

The Alt code for **Less than or equal to symbol** is 2264. Below are the steps to use the Alt code to type **Less than or equal to symbol** on your **keyboard**: Type the number 2264 at where you want to insert the **symbol**. Without hitting the spacebar, press Alt+X on your **keyboard**.

## How do you write less than or equal to on a calculator?

Press [ALPHA] and press the key under the appropriate equality or inequality symbol. To get the first screen, press [ALPHA][ZOOM] to **enter** a **less**-**than or equal** sign. Press [ZOOM] because that is the soft key under the **less**-**than or equal** symbol appearing in the on-screen prompt at the bottom of the screen.

## How do you write an inequality on a number line?

To plot an **inequality**, such as x>3, on a **number line**, first draw a circle over the **number** (e.g., 3). Then if the sign includes equal to (≥ or ≤), fill in the circle. If the sign does not include equal to (> or

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