Unicode Han Character 'lame' (U+5C2A)

Unicode Han Character 'lame' (U+5C2A)

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Unicode Han Data
kCNS1986 2-235F
kJapaneseOn OU
kPhonetic 1456
kGB8 9063
kIRGKangXi 0298.130
kFrequency 5
kCangjie KUMG
kKPS1 3EDB
kRSKangXi 43.4
kIRG_HSource HB2-CABF
kIRG_KSource K2-2E32
kIRG_TSource T2-235F
kJapaneseKun MAGARU YOWAI
kBigFive CABF
kRSAdobe_Japan1_6 C+19325+43.3.4 C+19325+96.4.3
kTGH 2013:6583
kHanYu 10552.140
kCNS1992 2-235F
kGB3 2131
kCCCII 22224B
kMandarin wāng
kTotalStrokes 7
kIRG_GSource G3-353F
kEACC 22224B
kSBGY 182.23
kMainlandTelegraph 1431
kGSR 0739t
kKangXi 0298.130
kIRGDaeJaweon 0593.170
kRSUnicode 43.4
kDefinition lame
kZVariant U+5C2B
kMorohashi 07558
kCihaiT 445.101
kCantonese wong1
kIRGDaiKanwaZiten 07558
kIRGHanyuDaZidian 10552.140
kFourCornerCode 4101.1
kIICore CT
kIRG_KPSource KP1-3EDB
kDaeJaweon 0593.170
kXerox 302:324
kTaiwanTelegraph 1431
Encodings
HTML Entity (decimal) 尪
HTML Entity (hex) 尪
How to type in Microsoft Windows Alt +5C2A
UTF-8 (hex) 0xE5 0xB0 0xAA (e5b0aa)
UTF-8 (binary) 11100101:10110000:10101010
UTF-16 (hex) 0x5C2A (5c2a)
UTF-16 (decimal) 23,594
UTF-32 (hex) 0x00005C2A (5c2a)
UTF-32 (decimal) 23,594
C/C++/Java source code "\u5C2A"
Python source code u"\u5C2A"
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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