Just hold down ALT and type 0241 on your numeric keypad and you will get a nice Ã± printed for you.
ALT + 0241 = Ã±
And capital Ã‘ is:
Alt + 0209 = Ã‘
Found this info on this page here with all the characters you could want.
On Ubuntu (Linux):
Go to System -> Preferences -> Keyboard and change the Compose key to something you don’t use like your right windows key.
Here is a screenshot of doing the setup.
Then you can type:
Compose key n ~ to get Ã±
Compose key e ‘ to get Ã©
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