The Basic Math Assistant palette does not show a keyboard shortcut for RightTeeArrow. Is there some hidden key combination that results in the output? (Just hoping to be able to avoid having to reach for the mouse and move over.)
If you want to do purely typesetting, you could use the similar symbol for
The caveat is that this symbol has a pre-defined meaning, as you can see by entering
If you enter the symbol only in equation cells that aren't meant to be evaluated, it doesn't matter that this pre-defined interpretation exists.
Edit: making shortcuts, the user-friendly way
If you want to be able to quickly make your own shortcuts for symbols or functions, it's also worth keeping in mind that there exists a package for that precise purpose: the
Although I personally also use the method in Mr. Wizard's answer (see e.g. here) to make shortcuts that are easy for others to copy (like on this site), still I would recommend looking into the
Just type this:
This is the template that appears after typing the built-in shortcut. Now enter the desired abbreviation
And you're done.
It is easy enough to add your own
Then entering Esc
To make the change global and persistent you can add this to the existing list using the Option Inspector with the Global Preferences level selected. (Advanced users can also do it programmatically but this is easier and less prone to error.)
In reply to a comment below there may be other character-related functionality you are unaware of.
The decimal character code is 8614:
This in hexadecimal is
This allows you to easily define rules for the operator (following said parsing behavior):