HTML character: ¾ = ¾

«vulgar fraction three quarters (fraction three quarters)»

  • Fonts: italic: ¾bold: ¾code: ¾serif: ¾sans-serif: ¾fixed: ¾
  • HTML-encoded: ¾
  • Unicode codepoint: ¾
  • Unicode hexadecimal: U+00BE
  • URL Encoded: %C2%BE
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In HTML (and XML), there are 'character entity reference' that are used to represent non-ASCII characters. E.g. the character '→' can be encoded as →, to use in a non-Unicode-compatible text format. These characters will follow the style and size of your font.
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