[OS X TeX] Euro symbol

Christoph Hoh lists.ch at freenet.de
Wed Dec 10 22:14:08 CET 2008

Hi there,

just use the eurosym package like


Then type something like

"I have spent \EUR{100} two days ago."

Hope that helps.

Kind regards,

Am 10.12.2008 um 20:50 schrieb Friedrich Vosberg:


What's necessary to typeset an Euro symbol when entering ALT+L on a  
German keyboard in the source file?

Years ago I've used a line

\catcode`\€=\active \def€{\euro{}}

in my basic styles file. But this doesn't work since a long time.

TIA and kind regards, Friedrich

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