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## math symbols and angstrom in postscript

**From**: |
kloof |

**Subject**: |
math symbols and angstrom in postscript |

**Date**: |
Tue, 24 Aug 2010 09:10:43 -0700 (PDT) |

I'm using octave 3.2.5 on ubuntu and I'd like to use all math/greek/other
symbols of postscript, but they don't show up in the postscript file (print
-dpsc2) although I can see some of them in the gnuplot graphics of octave.
The tricks that work in gnuplot (4.2) like "{/Symbol a}" or something
similar works, but not for instance {\305} (which I think should give
angstrom).
I haven't found any documentation on this, but I can hardly believe I'm the
first one to need this.
Is there a list of codes for octave+gnuplot or are there easier ways to get
these specific characters (I don't want the whole text string converted to
danish or greek, just one character).
many thanks,
kloof
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