Control Pictures (2400–243F)

Originally published on May 26, 2016.
Last updated on July 3, 2016.

Control Pictures
Unicode range: 2400–243F

The current Unicode standard is Unicode 8.0.

Condensed Character Code Chart

2400
2401
2402
2403
2404
2405
2406
2407
2408
2409
240A
240B
240C
240D
240E
240F
2410
2411
2412
2413
2414
2415
2416
2417
2418
2419
241A
241B
241C
241D
241E
241F
2420
2421
2422
2423
2424
2425
2426
2427
2428
2429
242A
242B
242C
242D
242E
242F
2430
2431
2432
2433
2434
2435
2436
2437
2438
2439
243A
243B
243C
243D
243E
243F

Unicode Character Code Chart

The diagonal lettering glyphs are only exemplary; alternate representations may be, and often are used in the visible display of control codes.
Graphic pictures for control codes
Glyph Dec Hex Unicode Name
␀ ␀ SYMBOL FOR NULL
Ⓣ other symbol
␁ ␁ SYMBOL FOR START OF HEADING
Ⓣ other symbol
␂ ␂ SYMBOL FOR START OF TEXT
Ⓣ other symbol
␃ ␃ SYMBOL FOR END OF TEXT
Ⓣ other symbol
␄ ␄ SYMBOL FOR END OF TRANSMISSION
Ⓣ other symbol
␅ ␅ SYMBOL FOR ENQUIRY
Ⓣ other symbol
␆ ␆ SYMBOL FOR ACKNOWLEDGE
Ⓣ other symbol
␇ ␇ SYMBOL FOR BELL
Ⓣ other symbol
␈ ␈ SYMBOL FOR BACKSPACE
Ⓣ other symbol
␉ ␉ SYMBOL FOR HORIZONTAL TABULATION
Ⓣ other symbol
␊ ␊ SYMBOL FOR LINE FEED
Ⓣ other symbol
␋ ␋ SYMBOL FOR VERTICAL TABULATION
Ⓣ other symbol
␌ ␌ SYMBOL FOR FORM FEED
Ⓣ other symbol
␍ ␍ SYMBOL FOR CARRIAGE RETURN
Ⓣ other symbol
␎ ␎ SYMBOL FOR SHIFT OUT
Ⓣ other symbol
␏ ␏ SYMBOL FOR SHIFT IN
Ⓣ other symbol
␐ ␐ SYMBOL FOR DATA LINK ESCAPE
Ⓣ other symbol
␑ ␑ SYMBOL FOR DEVICE CONTROL ONE
Ⓣ other symbol
␒ ␒ SYMBOL FOR DEVICE CONTROL TWO
Ⓣ other symbol
␓ ␓ SYMBOL FOR DEVICE CONTROL THREE
Ⓣ other symbol
␔ ␔ SYMBOL FOR DEVICE CONTROL FOUR
Ⓣ other symbol
␕ ␕ SYMBOL FOR NEGATIVE ACKNOWLEDGE
Ⓣ other symbol
␖ ␖ SYMBOL FOR SYNCHRONOUS IDLE
Ⓣ other symbol
␗ ␗ SYMBOL FOR END OF TRANSMISSION BLOCK
Ⓣ other symbol
␘ ␘ SYMBOL FOR CANCEL
Ⓣ other symbol
␙ ␙ SYMBOL FOR END OF MEDIUM
Ⓣ other symbol
␚ ␚ SYMBOL FOR SUBSTITUTE
Ⓣ other symbol
␛ ␛ SYMBOL FOR ESCAPE
Ⓣ other symbol
␜ ␜ SYMBOL FOR FILE SEPARATOR
Ⓣ other symbol
␝ ␝ SYMBOL FOR GROUP SEPARATOR
Ⓣ other symbol
␞ ␞ SYMBOL FOR RECORD SEPARATOR
Ⓣ other symbol
␟ ␟ SYMBOL FOR UNIT SEPARATOR
Ⓣ other symbol
␠ ␠ SYMBOL FOR SPACE
Ⓣ other symbol
␡ ␡ SYMBOL FOR DELETE
Ⓣ other symbol
Specific Symbols for Space
Glyph Dec Hex Unicode Name
␢ ␢ BLANK SYMBOL
Ⓝ graphic for space
Ⓧ 0180 ƀ latin small letter b with stroke
Ⓣ other symbol
␣ ␣ OPEN BOX
Ⓝ graphic for space
Ⓧ 2334 ⌴ counterbore
Ⓣ other symbol
Graphic Picture for Control Code
Glyph Dec Hex Unicode Name
␤ ␤ SYMBOL FOR NEWLINE
Ⓣ other symbol
Keyboard Symbol
Glyph Dec Hex Unicode Name
␥ ␥ SYMBOL FOR DELETE FORM TWO
Ⓝ from ISO 9995-7
Ⓝ keyboard symbol for undoable delete
Ⓣ other symbol
Specific Symbol for Control Code
Glyph Dec Hex Unicode Name
␦ ␦ SYMBOL FOR SUBSTITUTE FORM TWO
Ⓝ from ISO 2047
Ⓧ 061F ؟ arabic question mark
Ⓣ other symbol
Unassigned Code Points
Glyph Dec Hex Unicode Name
␧ ␧ Unassigned Code Point
Ⓣ reserved unassigned code point or a noncharacter
␨ ␨ Unassigned Code Point
Ⓣ reserved unassigned code point or a noncharacter
␩ ␩ Unassigned Code Point
Ⓣ reserved unassigned code point or a noncharacter
␪ ␪ Unassigned Code Point
Ⓣ reserved unassigned code point or a noncharacter
␫ ␫ Unassigned Code Point
Ⓣ reserved unassigned code point or a noncharacter
␬ ␬ Unassigned Code Point
Ⓣ reserved unassigned code point or a noncharacter
␭ ␭ Unassigned Code Point
Ⓣ reserved unassigned code point or a noncharacter
␮ ␮ Unassigned Code Point
Ⓣ reserved unassigned code point or a noncharacter
␯ ␯ Unassigned Code Point
Ⓣ reserved unassigned code point or a noncharacter
␰ ␰ Unassigned Code Point
Ⓣ reserved unassigned code point or a noncharacter
␱ ␱ Unassigned Code Point
Ⓣ reserved unassigned code point or a noncharacter
␲ ␲ Unassigned Code Point
Ⓣ reserved unassigned code point or a noncharacter
␳ ␳ Unassigned Code Point
Ⓣ reserved unassigned code point or a noncharacter
␴ ␴ Unassigned Code Point
Ⓣ reserved unassigned code point or a noncharacter
␵ ␵ Unassigned Code Point
Ⓣ reserved unassigned code point or a noncharacter
␶ ␶ Unassigned Code Point
Ⓣ reserved unassigned code point or a noncharacter
␷ ␷ Unassigned Code Point
Ⓣ reserved unassigned code point or a noncharacter
␸ ␸ Unassigned Code Point
Ⓣ reserved unassigned code point or a noncharacter
␹ ␹ Unassigned Code Point
Ⓣ reserved unassigned code point or a noncharacter
␺ ␺ Unassigned Code Point
Ⓣ reserved unassigned code point or a noncharacter
␻ ␻ Unassigned Code Point
Ⓣ reserved unassigned code point or a noncharacter
␼ ␼ Unassigned Code Point
Ⓣ reserved unassigned code point or a noncharacter
␽ ␽ Unassigned Code Point
Ⓣ reserved unassigned code point or a noncharacter
␾ ␾ Unassigned Code Point
Ⓣ reserved unassigned code point or a noncharacter
␿ ␿ Unassigned Code Point
Ⓣ reserved unassigned code point or a noncharacter

Key to the Unicode Character Code Charts

Symbol Meaning
Character name alias.

For example, using 2118 ℘:
SCRIPT CAPITAL P
Ⓐ WEIERSTRASS ELLIPTIC FUNCTION
means that in addition to the character name, SCRIPT CAPITAL P, WEIERSTRASS ELLIPTIC FUNCTION is an additional unique name associated with the character.
Compatibility decomposition mapping.

For example, using 0133 ij:
LATIN SMALL LIGATURE IJ
Ⓒ 0069 i 006A j
means that character 0133 ij can be decomposed into characters 0069 i and 006A j for compatibility purposes.
Canonical decomposition mapping.

For example, using 00E4 ä:
LATIN SMALL LETTER A WITH DIAERESIS
Ⓓ 0061 a 0308  ̈ 
means that character 00E4 ä can be decomposed into characters 0061 a and 0308  ̈ .
~
Informative alias(es).

For example, using 0023 #:
NUMBER SIGN
Ⓘ pound sign, hash, crosshatch, octothorpe
means that character 0023 # is also known as pound sign, hash, crosshatch, and octothorpe.
=
Informative note.

For example, using 0024 $:
DOLLAR SIGN
Ⓝ used for many peso currencies in Latin America and elsewhere
Ⓝ glyph may have one or two vertical bars
provides additional information about the character, such as, in this example, where it is used and variations in the glyph.
Type. Unicode general category.
Standardized variation sequence.

For example, using 00A9 ©:
COPYRIGHT SIGN
Ⓥ 00A9 FE0E text style Ⓥ 00A9 FE0F emoji style
See the Unicode FAQ: Variation Sequences for more detail about standardized variation sequences.
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Cross-reference.

For example, using 002D -:
HYPHEN-MINUS
Ⓧ 2010 ‐ hyphen
means that character 002D - is similar to 2010 .

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