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Latin Capital Letter O with Stroke is working but how about if I'm using another Letter like A, B, C to Z.

\documentclass{article}

 \begin{document}
 {\O} %replacing the O with different letter is not working {\A} or {\Z}
 \end{document}
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What do you mean? Please add some code (a minimal working example) –  Guido Sep 21 '12 at 7:49
    
@Guido: sample code added –  jeecabz Sep 21 '12 at 7:53
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Oslash is a character in many european alphabets (mostly from noreh Europe). If you want to put a slash over other letters you have to use different techniques. See tex.stackexchange.com/q/40253/16895 –  Guido Sep 21 '12 at 8:33
    
I notice that you have a 0% accept rate. You asked several questions, you might consider to upvote and accept the answer you have found the most helpful for you (see How to accept an answer) –  Guido Sep 21 '12 at 8:55
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What kind is the stroke? In \O it the Unicode letter U+00D8 (Latin Capital Letter D), whereas the stroking by package \cancel has a different purpose. –  Heiko Oberdiek Sep 21 '12 at 10:06

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Unicode lists the following characters:

Ø U+00D8 LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH STROKE
ø U+00F8 LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH STROKE
Đ U+0110 LATIN CAPITAL LETTER D WITH STROKE
đ U+0111 LATIN SMALL LETTER D WITH STROKE
Ħ U+0126 LATIN CAPITAL LETTER H WITH STROKE
ħ U+0127 LATIN SMALL LETTER H WITH STROKE
Ł U+0141 LATIN CAPITAL LETTER L WITH STROKE
ł U+0142 LATIN SMALL LETTER L WITH STROKE
Ŧ U+0166 LATIN CAPITAL LETTER T WITH STROKE
ŧ U+0167 LATIN SMALL LETTER T WITH STROKE
ƀ U+0180 LATIN SMALL LETTER B WITH STROKE
Ɨ U+0197 LATIN CAPITAL LETTER I WITH STROKE
ƛ U+019B LATIN SMALL LETTER LAMBDA WITH STROKE
Ƶ U+01B5 LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Z WITH STROKE
ƶ U+01B6 LATIN SMALL LETTER Z WITH STROKE
Ǥ U+01E4 LATIN CAPITAL LETTER G WITH STROKE
ǥ U+01E5 LATIN SMALL LETTER G WITH STROKE
Ⱥ U+023A LATIN CAPITAL LETTER A WITH STROKE
Ȼ U+023B LATIN CAPITAL LETTER C WITH STROKE
ȼ U+023C LATIN SMALL LETTER C WITH STROKE
Ƀ U+0243 LATIN CAPITAL LETTER B WITH STROKE
Ɇ U+0246 LATIN CAPITAL LETTER E WITH STROKE
ɇ U+0247 LATIN SMALL LETTER E WITH STROKE
Ɉ U+0248 LATIN CAPITAL LETTER J WITH STROKE
ɉ U+0249 LATIN SMALL LETTER J WITH STROKE
Ɍ U+024C LATIN CAPITAL LETTER R WITH STROKE
ɍ U+024D LATIN SMALL LETTER R WITH STROKE
Ɏ U+024E LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Y WITH STROKE
ɏ U+024F LATIN SMALL LETTER Y WITH STROKE
ɨ U+0268 LATIN SMALL LETTER I WITH STROKE

Of these, only Ø, ø, Đ, đ, Ł, ł are directly supported in T1 encoding, while some others are supported in T3 (IPA) and T4 (African languages). The commands that produce the T1 supported ones are

\O \o \DJ \dj \L \l

If you need others you have to emulate them with superimposing a bar (or some other trick).

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