The alignment of the * character in the string

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As can be seen, * is "pinned to top" on the line. For example 2*2.

As elegant and simple to make * in the middle line vertical to the same font to work in lists, paragraphs, etc.?
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The question seems to be about a specific character, but just in case —
* The Math asterisk will not work? (U+2217: ∗)
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You will help a css property vertical-align. Example:
\r
2*2 = 4
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Elegant and simple — no way. This is not a multiplication symbol.
If possible, use instead ×
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line-height:0.1 em; vertical-align:middle; 
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the symbol * developers of Fortran used for the multiplication because in computers the 60s it was not possible to bring the real multiplication sign on the screen. and here because of such nonsense we are still suffering — a sign to withdraw can and on keyboards it's still not here.
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