The quotes in the title are different: the first is one character, and the second is composed of two characters.
On a Windows machine, depending on the program I'm using, pressing '
shift + quotation key' gives either a specialized double quote (open quotes or close quotes) or a generic
", which is one character consisting of two little lines.
In TeXnicCenter, I can configure settings so that I get open quotes
or close quotes
which are two characters, side by side, depending on context. This is appropriate for LaTeX use.
However, when using Asymptote, strings are entered between
" marks. I can't use
'', which is two separate characters. I can reconfigure TeXnicCenter to give those marks, but it is a pain to switch back and forth.
Is there a keyboard shortcut to give me the
" symbol? It seems that this symbol is the
U+0022 symbol, but I don't know how to use that to my benefit.