Ok, so occassionally as I write my code, a non-printing character is insterted... according to code::blocks this character is actually two characters (\302 and \206). I have done much searching to solve the problem, but a solution has eluded me. I tried using the windows console type command on a file containing the character in question and it printed what I believe to be ASCII values 194 and 134 (first character is sorta like a T for making tables and second is an a with a circle above it). I have tried everything to stop this problem, but have not been successful... any advice?
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For me, these characters seem to appear when I do ALT + SPACE. I sometimes get those because I use a french-canadian keyboard and the
brackets (and a few others) require using the ALT key and they are often followed or preceded with a space, and so, …
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