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ConTeXt: How to redefine the euro sign glyph?

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How do I typeset annuity and life-insurance symbols, actuarial notation in ConTeXt. I see there are packages available but not for ConTeXt. Thanks
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Create a font table for all available characters for a particular font

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Accessing font ornaments from ConTeXt

I'm having difficulty accessing font ornaments from ConTeXt. I'm using mkiv. I have a font and I know it has fancy ornaments in it because I see them in the spec sheet. I don't understand what to do ...
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Where to find a list of all available symbols for ConTeXt?

As mentioned in Which symbols need to be escaped in ConTeXt?, one can type commands, such as \textdollar to display symbols in a document. In some situations, using such commands seems advantageous, ...
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I have a ConTeXt document containing many special characters. I have followed the instructions at Which symbols need to be escaped in ConTeXt? to ensure they can all display properly in the document, ...
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Which symbols need to be escaped in ConTeXt?

When writing "$" or "%" in a document, one must used \$ and \% so that they will be interpreted as symbols which should be displayed along with the text. What other symbols need to be escaped in ...