ㅤ HANGUL FILLER
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|Block||Hangul Compatibility Jamo|
|Category||Lo / Letter, other|
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|Description||Copy and paste to send an empty Whatsapp message.
Copy and paste to have an invisible name in Among Us / Minecraft / Free Fire.
A non-space character that is displayed as a unique space, blank.
The Hangul Filler character is used to introduce eight-byte Hangul composition sequences and to stand in for an absent element (usually an empty final) in such a sequence. Unicode includes the Wansung code Hangul Filler in the Hangul Compatibility Jamo block for round-trip compatibility, but uses its own system (with its own, differently used, filler characters) for composing Hangul. The KS X 1001 Hangul composition system is not used in Unicode, and the filler renders merely as an empty space; KS X 1001 composition sequences using modern jamo may be mapped to precomposed characters in Unicode. For round-trip compatibility, Unicode also includes the N-byte Hangul code Hangul Filler separately in the Halfwidth and Fullwidth Forms block, named the Halfwidth Hangul Filler.
This often comes up when searching for "U+1364 copy" or "U+3146 copy".
|How to type "ㅤ" in Windows?||hold alt
|How to type "ㅤ" in Linux?||hold ctrl+shift
type U 3164