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How to enter the "infinity" character into AutoCAD text.

A - answer In the DTEXT or MTEXT command enter:
\U+221E
- this will be interpreted as "infinity" (laying eight) in all Unicode fonts (both SHX and TTF - eg. TXT, SIMPLEX, ISOCPEUR, ARIAL).
Alternatively you can use the SYMATH font and enter the infinity symbol as character "h".
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