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'÷' U+00F7 Division Sign Unicode Character

Unicode Character '÷' (U+00F7). ÷. Name: Division Sign. Unicode Version: 1.1 (June 1993). Block: Latin-1 Supplement, U+0080 - U+00FF.

÷ - Division Sign: U+00F7 divide - Unicode Character Table

Symbol: ÷, Name of the character: division sign, Unicode number for the sign: U+00F7, the icon is included in the block: Latin-1 Supplement.

Division sign - Wikipedia

The division sign (÷) is a symbol consisting of a short horizontal line with a dot above and another dot below, used in Anglophone countries to indicate ...

Unicode Character 'DIVISION SIGN' (U+00F7)

Unicode Character 'DIVISION SIGN' (U+00F7) ; Comments, obelus occasionally used as an alternate, more visually distinct shape for a hyphen in some contexts

⋇ ÷ Division Sign Symbols

List of Division Sign symbols with html entity, unicode number code. Learn how to make over 8 Division Sign symbols of math, copy and paste text character.

Division Sign HTML Symbol, Character and Entity Codes

Division Sign ; UNICODE. U+000F7 ; HEX CODE. ÷ ; HTML CODE. ÷ ; HTML ENTITY. ÷ ; CSS CODE. 0F7. // html example ÷. // css ...

How to type symbols with Unicode on your Chromebook

Dec 7, 2021 ... See, that's so much better. To use the division symbol, simply press Ctrl+Shift+u while in the text box you're using. This will produce a small ...

What is the unicode for julia 1.0 Integer Div symbol - Stack Overflow

Aug 19, 2018 ... You can find all unicode that could be entered by tab completion. For you question, U+000F7 ÷ div Division Sign. In julia repl, type div ...

Unicode Characters in the 'Symbol, Math' Category


android - Division symbol in text file in raw folder - Stack Overflow

Aug 13, 2013 ... You should use the Unicode value for any symbols such as the division symbol you have here. Try the Unicode U00F7.