u008C, U+008C, u{008C}, emoji, emoticons- "PARTIAL LINE BACKWARD"

Œ
U+008C

This code point first appeared in version 1.1 of the Unicode® Standard and belongs to the "Latin-1 Supplement" block which goes from 0x80 to 0xFF.

You can safely add this character in your html code with the entity: Œ

It is sometimes abbreviated as PLU.

As a control character, it can be referenced as PARTIAL LINE BACKWARD or PARTIAL LINE UP.

Easy copy/paste:


< ‹ U+008B | U+008D  >


Unicode meta-data

The following table show specific meta-data that is known about this character.

fieldvalue
Codepoint (hex)008C
Character ageUnicode 1.1
Legacy name (Unicode 1.0)PARTIAL LINE BACKWARD
Official name (Unicode 9.0)-
resolved namepartial line backward
blockLatin-1 Supplement (Latin_1_Sup)

Its bidirectional class is "BN":Boundary Neutral (Default ignorables, non-characters, and control characters, other than those explicitly given other types.)

Glyphs and symbols in your browser

The following unicode chart presents different versions of the glyph corresponding to the code point that are available on your computer.

In order to type this character easily, you may want to download and install a unicode Latin-1 Supplement keyboard.

Œ
Browser default
Œ
Missing glyph

A sample of fonts are used below to display whether the character has a glyph in this font or not.

Œ
Arial
Œ
Times New Roman
Œ
Courier New
Œ
Helvetica
Œ
Verdana
Œ
SimSun
Œ
Segoe UI Emoji
Œ
Microsoft Tai Le
Œ
SimSun-ExtB
Œ
Gadugi

Encodings (Unicode characters converter)

The following character table converter allows you to see the value of the character in different encodings

encodinghexadecimaldecimal binary
UTF-8C2 8C4980411000010 10001100
UCS28C 003584010001100 00000000
UTF-16LE8C 003584010001100 00000000
UTF-16BE00 8C14010001100
UTF72B 41 49 77 2D18577892740500101011 01000001 01001001 01110111 00101101
UTF7-IMAP26 41 49 77 2D16430409092500100110 01000001 01001001 01110111 00101101

< ‹ U+008B | U+008D  >


Unicode is a registered trademark of Unicode, Inc. in the United States and other countries. This site is not in any way associated with or endorsed or sponsored by Unicode, Inc. (aka The Unicode Consortium). For the official Unicode website, please go to www.unicode.org

© 2019 www.unicode-symbol.com