How do you type a left arrow?

How to make the arrows (↑ ↓ → ←) on your keyboard

  1. Make the “left” arrow : Alt + 2 7 : ←
  2. Make the “right” arrow : Alt + 2 6 : →
  3. Make the “down” arrow : Alt + 2 5 : ↓
  4. Make the “up” arrow : Alt + 2 4 : ↑

Where is the left arrow on keyboard?

Arrow keys are typically located at the bottom of the keyboard to the left side of the numeric keypad, usually arranged in an inverted-T layout but also found in diamond shapes and linear shapes. Arrow keys are commonly used for navigating around documents and for playing games.

How do you make a left arrow in Word?

To insert a left arrow, type a less than sign and two hyphens: <– To insert a bold left arrow, type a less than sign and two equals signs: <== To insert a double arrow, type a less than sign, one equals sign, and a greater than sign: <=>

Where do I find the arrow symbol on my keyboard?

However, you should type the numbers using numeric pad on your keyboard. It will work on all Microsoft documents like Notepad, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and also on other applications like Outlook and Skype. For example, pressing Alt and then 8656 keys on the numeric pad will produce the leftwards double arrow symbol ⇐.

What is the getch code for the arrow keys?

For the arrow keys, it returns 224 first followed by 72 (up), 80 (down), 75 (left) and 77 (right). If the num-pad arrow keys (with NumLock off) are pressed, getch () returns 0 first instead of 224. Please note that getch () is not standardized in any way, and these codes might vary from compiler to compiler.

What is the scan code for the arrow key?

The previous answer by arbboter is close but neglects the fact the arrow keys (and other special keys) return a scan code of two characters. The first is either (0) or (224) indicating the key is an extended one; the second contains the scan code value.

Is there a way to check for an arrow key without calling others?

My code so far is: Problem is that when I press ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’ or ‘D’ the code will also executed, because 65 is the decimal code for ‘A’, etc… Is there a way to check for an arrow key without call others? Thanks! getch () function returns two keycodes for arrow keys (and some other special keys), as mentioned in the comment by FatalError.