This code point first appeared in version 1.1 of the Unicode® Standard and belongs to the "Superscripts and Subscripts" block which goes from 0x2070 to 0x209F.
You can safely add this character in your html code with the entity: ₎
This character can be seen as the closing part of a paired bracket (see opening)
The following table show specific meta-data that is known about this character.
|Character age||Unicode 1.1|
|Legacy name (Unicode 1.0)||SUBSCRIPT CLOSING PARENTHESIS|
|Official name (Unicode 9.0)||SUBSCRIPT RIGHT PARENTHESIS|
|resolved name||subscript right parenthesis|
|block||Superscripts and Subscripts (Super_And_Sub)|
Its bidirectional class is "ON":Other Neutrals (All other characters, including OBJECT REPLACEMENT CHARACTER)
You can find a character that is a mirrored image of subscript right parenthesis
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 Superscripts and Subscripts keyboard.
A sample of fonts are used below to display whether the character has a glyph in this font or not.
Encodings (Unicode characters converter)
The following character table converter allows you to see the value of the character in different encodings
|UTF-8||E2 82 8E||14844558||11100010 10000010 10001110|
|UCS2||8E 20||36384||10001110 00100000|
|UTF-16LE||8E 20||36384||10001110 00100000|
|UTF-16BE||20 8E||8334||00100000 10001110|
|UTF7||2B 49 49 34 2D||185913127981||00101011 01001001 01001001 00110100 00101101|
|UTF7-IMAP||26 49 49 34 2D||164438291501||00100110 01001001 01001001 00110100 00101101|