Tilde in a sentence as a noun

It works, you'll just have to type .

They are on a key with tilde ~ and backtick `.

Argh, why does no one include a tilde in the sample?

Prevent nginx from serving files that start with a period or tilde will help.

A raised tilde ruins a font for me because of the ruby match operator: =~

{ access_log off; log_not_found off; deny all; } # prevent tilde files from being served and logged location ~ ~$ { access_log off; log_not_found off; deny all; }

The tilde only relates the input element and #main, which are in-order siblings.

There is a minor difference: ctrl+f will put the last line at the top of the screen, filling the rest with the tilde-abyss.

It always seems to have a straight line at the top rather than a tilde-like stroke and it confuses me just about every time.

The default escape character ~ does not work if the tilde key in your keyboard layout is a dead key [1], like it is in many European layouts.

..and since you're freeing up ~, you can now rename 'fn' to it. Rust criticism would drop to nearly zero, because everyone would focus in on your crazy function-defining-tilde and those people just don't get it.

The linked article confusingly has this example: input:checked ~ #main > #findMe described thusly: With the tilde character on #container input:checked would be able to target #findMe Please note the tilde has nothing to do with #findMe.

Tilde definitions


a diacritical mark (~) placed over the letter n in Spanish to indicate a palatal nasal sound or over a vowel in Portuguese to indicate nasalization