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Lee Iacocca

Unicode HTML Character Codes
Notes

Quick Notes;

    • You can copy the actual character off of the webpage and paste it into your plain text, LibreOffice, or possibly other documents and use it that way. Which is pretty cool. I have been wanting some extra characters to use in my plain text documents, so that I can add some extra formatting characters to them. Like the check marks ( ✅ ୰ ☑ ✓ ✔ ) arrows ( › ↘ ↝ ↪ ↳ ) stars ( ✫ ✬ ✭ ✮ ✯ ) and things like that.

    • I have only posted the html character codes. The html character codes are the decimal number. I didn't know that until after I made this site. If you put the ampersand and the number sign in front of the decimal number and the semicolon after, that is where the html character code number comes from.
    • If you need or want any of the other numbers, ( Hexadecimal, Octal, ecetera ), you will either have to do your own internet search or you can go to the " Babelstone " website and download his free software. I believe the " BabelMap " for Windows may work.


Notes;
     I did not put any philosophies, old saying, etcetera on the All Numerical pages, simply because, there are over sixteen hundred pages in that part of the website and that would be a whole lot of squares to fill. (LOL)


More Notes will be coming soon;
     I just kinda want to get this uploaded to my host server for right now, to put it up on the internet so I can test it out on there. To make sure all of the links and everything work okay.