Unicode Han Character 'dried up; exhausted, tired; dry' (U+51C5)

Unicode Han Character 'dried up; exhausted, tired; dry' (U+51C5)

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Unicode Han Data
kCNS1986 2-2E26
kJapaneseOn KO
kIRGKangXi 0132.350
kCangjie IMWJR
kKorean KO
kKPS1 376F
kRSKangXi 15.8
kIRG_HSource HB2-D0E3
kIRG_KSource K1-586B
kIRG_TSource T2-2E26
kJapaneseKun KOORU
kBigFive D0E3
kRSAdobe_Japan1_6 C+4240+15.2.8
kHanYu 10299.030
kCNS1992 2-2E26
kGB3 1864
kCCCII 216A49
kMandarin
kTotalStrokes 10
kJis0 4957
kIRG_GSource G3-3260
kKoreanName 2015
kEACC 4B476C
kSBGY 368.39
kKSC1 5675
kKangXi 0132.350
kIRGDaeJaweon 0296.230
kRSUnicode 15.8
kDefinition dried up; exhausted, tired; dry
kMorohashi 01659
kUnihanCore2020 HJMT
kIRG_JSource J0-5159
kHangul 고:1N
kIRGDaiKanwaZiten 01659
kIRGHanyuDaZidian 10299.030
kFourCornerCode 3610.0
kHanyuPinyin 10299.030:gù
kIRG_KPSource KP1-376F
kDaeJaweon 0296.230
Encodings
HTML Entity (decimal) 凅
HTML Entity (hex) 凅
How to type in Microsoft Windows Alt +51C5
UTF-8 (hex) 0xE5 0x87 0x85 (e58785)
UTF-8 (binary) 11100101:10000111:10000101
UTF-16 (hex) 0x51C5 (51c5)
UTF-16 (decimal) 20,933
UTF-32 (hex) 0x000051C5 (51c5)
UTF-32 (decimal) 20,933
C/C++/Java source code "\u51C5"
Python source code u"\u51C5"
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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