US ANSI Shifted symbols

These keycodes correspond to characters that are "shifted" on a standard US ANSI keyboards. They do not have dedicated keycodes but are instead typed by holding down shift and then sending a keycode.

It's important to remember that all of these keycodes send a left shift - this may cause unintended actions if unaccounted for. The short code is preferred in most situations.

US ANSI Shifted Keycodes

Short Name Long Name Description
KC_TILD KC_TILDE tilde ~
KC_EXLM KC_EXCLAIM exclamation mark !
KC_AT at sign @
KC_HASH hash sign #
KC_DLR KC_DOLLAR dollar sign $
KC_PERC KC_PERCENT percent sign %
KC_CIRC KC_CIRCUMFLEX circumflex ^
KC_AMPR KC_AMPERSAND ampersand &
KC_ASTR KC_ASTERISK asterisk *
KC_LPRN KC_LEFT_PAREN left parenthesis (
KC_RPRN KC_RIGHT_PAREN right parenthesis )
KC_UNDS KC_UNDERSCORE underscore _
KC_PLUS plus sign +
KC_LCBR KC_LEFT_CURLY_BRACE left curly brace {
KC_RCBR KC_RIGHT_CURLY_BRACE right curly brace }
KC_LT/KC_LABK KC_LEFT_ANGLE_BRACKET left angle bracket <
KC_GT/KC_RABK KC_RIGHT_ANGLE_BRACKET right angle bracket >
KC_COLN KC_COLON colon :
KC_PIPE pipe `\ `
KC_QUES KC_QUESTION question mark ?
KC_DQT/KC_DQUO KC_DOUBLE_QUOTE double quote "

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