Yes, and I found 3 more missing characters, ascii 94, 96 and 126 ( ` , ^ and ~ ). Numbers of the first two are 34 and 39 ( " and ').
I wonder whether it has something to do with the language chosen in my OS(es), Dutch.
(we use US-qwerty keyboards btw.)
The language uses a few special characters like éèôëõáàï etcetera and to create one, I normally need to hit one of the missing characters followed by the letter it was used for. If I only want the special character, “like this”, I need to hit it, followed by a space or other… ünmergeable character.
Normally nothing shows on screen untill I hit the second character, but in arduino ubuntu the screen stays empty untill the third hit (of a non-special character) and it never shows the result of the first two.
Although remembering what all those numbers without explanation mean may be difficult at first, it might save me some flash on my duinos
Luckily the PC in my hobby shed is a dual-boot system and powerful enough to run virtual machines though, so it’s no real problem.