Unicode Han Character 'chopstick' (U+689C)

Unicode Han Character 'chopstick' (U+689C)

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Unicode Han Data
kCNS1986 2-3575
kJapaneseOn KYOU KOU
kPhonetic 550
kIRGKangXi 0529.120
kCangjie DKOO
kKPS1 4BCA
kRSKangXi 75.7
kIRG_HSource HB2-D5B3
kIRG_KSource K2-3B22
kIRG_TSource T2-3575
kXHC1983 0540.012:jiā
kJapaneseKun SOEITA
kBigFive D5B3
kKarlgren 345
kRSAdobe_Japan1_6 C+17808+75.4.7
kHanYu 21212.040
kCNS1992 2-3575
kGB3 3314
kCCCII 223D22
kMandarin jiā
kTotalStrokes 11
kIRG_GSource G3-412E
kEACC 223D22
kSBGY 541.26 544.45
kJIS0213 2,14,81
kGSR 0630f
kKangXi 0529.120
kRSUnicode 75.7
kMatthews 612
kJis1 3582
kDefinition chopstick
kMorohashi 14857
kCihaiT 700.203
kIRG_JSource J14-2E71
kCantonese gaap3
kIRGDaiKanwaZiten 14857
kIRGHanyuDaZidian 21212.040
kFourCornerCode 5403.8
kHanyuPinyin 21212.040:jiā
kIRG_KPSource KP1-4BCA
kXerox 311:262
kTaiwanTelegraph 2741
Encodings
HTML Entity (decimal) 梜
HTML Entity (hex) 梜
How to type in Microsoft Windows Alt +689C
UTF-8 (hex) 0xE6 0xA2 0x9C (e6a29c)
UTF-8 (binary) 11100110:10100010:10011100
UTF-16 (hex) 0x689C (689c)
UTF-16 (decimal) 26,780
UTF-32 (hex) 0x0000689C (689c)
UTF-32 (decimal) 26,780
C/C++/Java source code "\u689C"
Python source code u"\u689C"
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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