This code point first appeared in version 4.1 of the Unicode® Standard and belongs to the "Letterlike Symbols" block which goes from 0x2100 to 0x214F.
You can safely add this character in your html code with the entity: ℼ
You can use the u+213C copy pc button below.
Easy u+213C copy paste:
The following table show specific meta-data that is known about this character.The u+213C name is double-struck small pi emoji.
|Codepoint (hex)||213C, u213C|
|Character age||Unicode 4.1|
|Legacy name (Unicode 1.0)||-|
|Official name (Unicode 15.0)||DOUBLE-STRUCK SMALL PI|
|resolved name||double-struck small pi|
|block||Letterlike Symbols (Letterlike_Symbols)|
|common typos||u+123C, u+321C|
There are alternative spelling that can be found in the wild for the unicode character 213C like u 213C, (u+213C) or u +213C. You can also find u-213C, u*213C, un+213C, u213C, u=213C or c+213C. You can also spell it with u 213C unicode, u plus 213C, uncode 213C or unicode + 213C.
Its bidirectional class is "L":Left-to-Right (LRM, most alphabetic, syllabic, Han ideographs, non-European or non-Arabic digits, ...)
Glyphs and symbols in your browser
The following unicode chart presents different versions of the glyph corresponding to the unicode characters u+213C that are available on your computer.
In order to type this character easily, you may want to download and install a unicode Letterlike Symbols 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 for +u213C allows you to see the value of the character in different encodings
|UTF-8||E2 84 BC||14845116||11100010 10000100 10111100|
|UCS2||3C 21||15393||00111100 00100001|
|UTF-16LE||3C 21||15393||00111100 00100001|
|UTF-16BE||21 3C||8508||00100001 00111100|
|UTF7||2B 49 54 77 2D||185913866029||00101011 01001001 01010100 01110111 00101101|
|UTF7-IMAP||26 49 54 77 2D||164439029549||00100110 01001001 01010100 01110111 00101101|