Composing characters in screen(1)
Here's another gem from the "learn something new every day"
that scrolled by on #NetBSD. Those of us who live in a non-7bit-ASCII
world occasionally need to type some funky characters like
Ä, ü, ß or some even more esoteric things that
are mostly composed of two parts. Did you know that you can compose
those inside screen(1)?
Here's how to get an "ä" (assuming standard screen key
^A^V will get you into "digraph" (character composing) mode,
and :a will get you the resides character.
[Tags: Docs, screen]