Begin with the "at" sign (@), then follow with a curly bracket or brace , a semi-colon (;), and a dash (-). Tips. You may vary the rose's orientation for variety by inserting the "at" sign (@) on the right side of the rose. Warnings Keep in mind that the recipient of the text message may be charged per text message. Also, only certain carriers allow roses to be sent as text messages.
Give your beloved a rose in the form of: @->-. This represents "giving" a rose to the recipient. Begin with a "at" sign (@), followed by a curly bracket or brace , a dash (-), a greater than symbol (>), and two dashes (-).
There are various methods to send flowers to someone else by email or text message. Each has a somewhat different meaning. Send a long-stemmed rose to your beloved, such as: @->-. This is done with a "at" sign (@), two dashes (-), the larger than symbol (>), and two additional dashes (-).
To send flowers via email, you will need to choose between several different services. Most offer a variety of flower types for sending multiple messages. Some may even have certain restrictions on what you can send them. However, most will charge a fee for each separate delivery attempt. That means if you try to send them too many copies of the same card/message, you will be charged for each one.
Flowers are a wonderful way to express yourself through art and nature's own gift-giving spirit. They don't need to be reserved for people, either. Flowers can also be sent to pets to show how much they mean to you. Maybe your dog doesn't like cats, so he wouldn't get that message unless you added a note along with it.
Whether you're sending flowers to a person or pet, make sure you include a message. That way, they know exactly what you want them to do with their special day.
And don't forget to include your address! No one wants a package in the mail.
Select the dash (-), then a comma, followed by two additional dashes. You have just made a flower out of symbols! Your flower should resemble this image of a rose (@)-,-. Please send your message. To send the flower, use your messaging app's Send option. Thank you.
By typing "@-,-'-," an ASCII rose may be simply made with standard keyboard keys. This rose's stem may be lengthened by adding more commas and apostrophes or by inputting more dashes. More complicated roses may be created by utilizing ASCII charts and a monospaced typeface like Courier New.
Valentine's Day Pop-Up Rose Card
Fill in the "To:" box with your recipient's email address and construct your message and email topic. Select the location where you want to add a heart symbol. Check that your text cursor is in the proper location. Hold down the "Alt" key on your keyboard. Click anywhere else on the image.
Formatting your messages