Unicode Han Character 'rest, take rest' (U+6187)

Unicode Han Character 'rest, take rest' (U+6187)

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Unicode Han Data
kCNS1986 E-4C24
kJapaneseOn KEI
kPhonetic 1332
kIRGKangXi 0401.391
kCangjie HMP
kSemanticVariant U+61A9<kMatthews
kKPS1 43E2
kRSKangXi 61.11
kIRG_HSource H-FC7C
kIRG_KSource K2-3343
kIRG_TSource T3-4C24
kXHC1983 0906.041:qì
kJapaneseKun IKOI
kRSAdobe_Japan1_6 C+4901+61.4.11
kCowles 1040
kHanYu 42343.030
kCNS1992 3-4C24
kCCCII 222E2E
kMandarin
kTotalStrokes 15
kJis0 5660
kIRG_GSource GE-2A56
kEACC 273F45
kHKSCS FC7C
kKangXi 0401.391
kIRGDaeJaweon 0741.180
kRSUnicode 61.11
kMatthews 536
kDefinition rest, take rest
kZVariant U+61A9
kMorohashi 11187
kCihaiT 544.104
kIRG_JSource J0-585C
kCantonese hei3
kIRGDaiKanwaZiten 11187
kIRGHanyuDaZidian 42343.030
kFourCornerCode 2433.7
kIRG_KPSource KP1-43E2
kDaeJaweon 0741.180
kNelson 1745
Encodings
HTML Entity (decimal) &#24967;
HTML Entity (hex) &#x6187;
How to type in Microsoft Windows Alt +6187
UTF-8 (hex) 0xE6 0x86 0x87 (e68687)
UTF-8 (binary) 11100110:10000110:10000111
UTF-16 (hex) 0x6187 (6187)
UTF-16 (decimal) 24,967
UTF-32 (hex) 0x00006187 (6187)
UTF-32 (decimal) 24,967
C/C++/Java source code "\u6187"
Python source code u"\u6187"
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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