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, for instance, in allowing one to distinguishing content from code and for allowing one to make consistent, document-wide changes to symbols which should appear as text, but not to those symbols being used in ConTeXt and Lua code. Where can I find a comprehensive list of text commands which display symbols in Unicode using the currently selected font?
- How to look up a symbol or identify a math symbol or character? provides instructions for finding symbols, but the solutions, such as Detexify do not seem relevant to ConTeXt.
- The ConTeXt wiki has an article about symbols, however, this does not contain many of the items mentioned in Which symbols need to be escaped in ConTeXt?, which suggests to me that more special commands might be available.
- The Comprehensive LaTeX Symbol List contains a list of symbols, some of which function in ConTeXt, but the document does not single out which symbol commands have been implemented in ConTeXt.