Here are some links/photos of most basic schematic symbols.
Useful if you are ever trying to understand someone else's circuit and don't recognize some of the parts.

Electronic-Symbols.com can be very useful.  Has a great database of every variation of each symbol.  Easy to look up some odd symbols you may come across

Some other useful links:





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