Ubuntu middle dot compose key sequence

I use Programmer Dvorak as my keyboard layout and can never remember the compose key sequence for the middle dot (or interpunct) character "·". The key sequence is

Compose-key ^ .

Note: it's the circumflex character, not the control key.

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Computers have interested me since I can remember and conveniently I studied computer science. I also enjoy performing in a local amateur theatre group and cycling. This is where I post solutions to problems I've had in the office or any other project, hopefully clearly enough to refer back to in the future.
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One Response to Ubuntu middle dot compose key sequence

  1. Amanda says:

    This varies by machine; mine (Gentoo-based) is set to use the Compose file from X11's en_US locale and uses Compose-key . - (Compose+period+hyphen-minus).

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