Alt key characters

These are a list of special ALT KEY characters that can be used in VBA to give customized names to the variables and fool the VBE editor, as they all avoid the compiling error warning when used alone or with normal [a-z] [A-Z] characters.
I have rearranged them in groups related, so it’s easier to find the one that fits better, instead of by their ALT code.

To enter any char: ALT+####

' 161: ¡   191: ¿   131: ƒ   134: †   135: ‡   247: ÷   177: ±
' 215: ×   152: ˜   139: ‹   155: ›   137: ‰   149: •   183: ·
' 162: ¢   128: €   163: £   165: ¥   167: §   182: ¶   164: ¤
' 216: ø   248: ø   181: µ   223: ß   230: æ   156: œ   222: Þ
' 188: ¼   189: ½   190: ¾   176: °   185: ¹   178: ²   179: ³
' 136: ˆ   153: ™   169: ©   174: ®   170: ª   186: º
' 096: `   180: ´   145: ‘   146: ’   147: “   148: ”   132: „
' 171: «   187: »   133: …   160:     168: ¨   172: ¬
' 173: ­   175: ¯   150: –   151: —   095: _   124: |   166: ¦

There is a more extense list here that can be used for [a,e,i,o,u] characters –> [á,é,í,ó,ú] …

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