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RIGHT-TO-LEFT OVERRIDE

CodepointU+202E
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DescriptionThe Right-To-Left Override character can be used to force a right-to-left direction withing a text. This is often abused by hackers to disguise file extensions: when using it in the file name my-text.'U+202E'cod.exe, the file name is actually displayed as my-text.exe.doc - so it seems to be a .doc file while in reality it is an .exe file. There's even an xkcd comic for this character!
How to type "" in Windows? hold alt
type +
type 202E
release alt
How to type "" in Linux? hold ctrl+shift
type U 202E
release ctrl+shift