Unicode Han Character 'rugged' (U+5D41)

Unicode Han Character 'rugged' (U+5D41)

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Unicode Han Data
kCNS1986 2-3B40
kMeyerWempe 770a
kJapaneseOn KAN KON KEN SEN ZEN CHIN GAN
kPhonetic 1123
kIRGKangXi 0316.030
kCangjie UTMV
kKorean KAM
kKPS1 3F96
kRSKangXi 46.9
kIRG_HSource HB2-D8DC
kIRG_KSource K1-5749
kIRG_TSource T2-3B40
kIRG_VSource V1-534E
kBigFive D8DC
kTGH 2013:7360
kHanYu 10784.160
kCNS1992 2-3B40
kGB3 2519
kCCCII 222473
kMandarin kān
kTotalStrokes 12
kIRG_GSource G3-3933
kKoreanName 2015
kSBGY 223.05 223.27 230.45 331.18 336.51
kKSC1 5541
kGSR 0658r
kKangXi 0316.030
kIRGDaeJaweon 0616.300
kRSUnicode 46.9
kDefinition rugged
kMorohashi 08266
kCihaiT 460.101
kCantonese ham1
kHangul 감:1N
kVietnamese kham
kIRGDaiKanwaZiten 08266
kIRGHanyuDaZidian 10784.160
kFourCornerCode 2471.1
kHanyuPinyin 10784.160:kān,zhàn
kIRG_KPSource KP1-3F96
kDaeJaweon 0616.300
Encodings
HTML Entity (decimal) 嵁
HTML Entity (hex) 嵁
How to type in Microsoft Windows Alt +5D41
UTF-8 (hex) 0xE5 0xB5 0x81 (e5b581)
UTF-8 (binary) 11100101:10110101:10000001
UTF-16 (hex) 0x5D41 (5d41)
UTF-16 (decimal) 23,873
UTF-32 (hex) 0x00005D41 (5d41)
UTF-32 (decimal) 23,873
C/C++/Java source code "\u5D41"
Python source code u"\u5D41"
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Java Data
string.toUpperCase()
string.toLowerCase()
Character.UnicodeBlock CJK_UNIFIED_IDEOGRAPHS
Character.charCount() 1
Character.getDirectionality() DIRECTIONALITY_LEFT_TO_RIGHT [0]
Character.getNumericValue() -1
Character.getType() 5
Character.isDefined() Yes
Character.isDigit() No
Character.isIdentifierIgnorable() No
Character.isISOControl() No
Character.isJavaIdentifierPart() Yes
Character.isJavaIdentifierStart() Yes
Character.isLetter() Yes
Character.isLetterOrDigit() Yes
Character.isLowerCase() No
Character.isMirrored() No
Character.isSpaceChar() No
Character.isSupplementaryCodePoint() No
Character.isTitleCase() No
Character.isUnicodeIdentifierPart() Yes
Character.isUnicodeIdentifierStart() Yes
Character.isUpperCase() No
Character.isValidCodePoint() Yes
Character.isWhitespace() No