I have a keyboard without the
< keys, which sucks when I try to write code. In windows I could
alt+numpad + 60/62 to print those keys, but that doesn't work on linux, so I'm trying to make a custom shortcut for it.
The command name that you type should be a valid system command. You can check that the command works by opening a Terminal and typing it in there. The command that opens an application cannot have the same name as the application itself.
So I tried
echo "<" and
print "<", but without success is there another command that prints a key or am I missing something?