ocr customer account number (U+2449)

U+2449
Unicode Code Point
Script
Category
⑉
HTML Entity (Decimal)
⑉
HTML Entity (Hexadecimal)
%E2%91%89
URL Escape Code
\u2449
C, JavaScript, JSON, C++, and Java Source Code
\u2449
Python Source Code
\x{2449}
Perl Source Code
\u{2449}
Ruby Source Code
\002449
CSS Source Code

Tags

Unicode Data

Other Neutral (ON)
Bidi Class
N
Bidi Mirrored

Encodings

⑉
HTML Entity (Decimal)
⑉
HTML Entity (Hexadecimal)
%E2%91%89
URL Escape Code
0xE2 0x91 0x89 (e29189)
UTF-8 (hex)
11100010:10010001:10001001
UTF-8 (binary)
0x2449 (2449)
UTF-16/UTF-16BE (hex)
0x4924 (4924)
UTF-16LE (hex)
0x00002449 (00002449)
UTF-32/UTF-32BE (hex)
0x49240000 (49240000)
UTF-32LE (hex)
\342\221\211
Octal Escape Sequence

Raw Unicode Data

1.1
age
N
AHex
N
Alpha
ON
bc
N
Bidi_C
N
Bidi_M
OCR
blk
N
Cased
0
ccc
N
CE
#
cf
N
CI
N
Comp_Ex
2449
cp
N
CWCF
N
CWCM
N
CWKCF
N
CWL
N
CWT
N
CWU
N
Dash
N
Dep
N
DI
N
Dia
#
dm
none
dt
N
ea
N
Ext
#
FC_NFKC
XX
GCB
Y
Gr_Base
N
Gr_Ext
N
Gr_Link
N
Hex
NA
hst
N
Hyphen
N
IDC
N
Ideo
N
IDS
N
IDSB
N
IDST
NA
InMC
Other
InSC
No_Joining_Group
jg
N
Join_C
U
jt
AL
lb
#
lc
N
LOE
N
Lower
N
Math
OCR CUSTOMER ACCOUNT NUMBER
na
N
NChar
Y
NFC_QC
Y
NFD_QC
#
NFKC_CF
Y
NFKC_QC
Y
NFKD_QC
None
nt
NaN
nv
N
OAlpha
N
ODI
N
OGr_Ext
N
OIDC
N
OIDS
N
OLower
N
OMath
N
OUpper
Y
Pat_Syn
N
Pat_WS
N
QMark
N
Radical
XX
SB
Zyyy
sc
#
scf
Zyyy
scx
N
SD
#
slc
#
stc
N
STerm
#
suc
#
tc
N
Term
#
uc
N
UIdeo
N
Upper
N
VS
XX
WB
N
WSpace
N
XIDC
N
XIDS
N
XO_NFC
N
XO_NFD
N
XO_NFKC
N
XO_NFKD

Comments

marcaaronhester commented over 9 years ago

where does all of this character info come from? i'm not sure which is correct, but the Wikipedia MICR article says:

"⑆ (transit: used to delimit a bank branch routing transit number), ⑇ (amount: used to delimit a transaction amount), ⑈ (on-us: used to delimit a customer account number), and ⑉ (dash: used to delimit parts of numbers, e.g., routing numbers or account numbers)." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MICR