First of all I'm working on a keyboard using a QWERTY layout.
Now once in a while I need to get the Euro (€) symbol in my terminal (typically in a xterm).
If I cut'n'paste the Euro symbol, it shows up fine in my xterms, which have their locale set like this:
$ echo $XTERM_LOCALE en_US.UTF-8
How can I configure my Linux (Debian / X) so that I can easily (and fastly) output an Euro symbol, without messing my setup? (for example, I'm not switching to a non-QWERTY layout).
I don't care if it only works in X / xterm, that would be good enough for me.
Ideally I'd need a way to configure a shortcut that I can change to my will, to be sure it wouldn't interfere with my usual shortcuts.
Say, if I want to have ctrl+alt+e to output:€ in my xterm, how would I go about it?