Unicode Full-Width Characters

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Unicode Full-Width Characters

Xah Lee, 2011-05-06

This page lists full-width versions of unicode characters. A full-width char basically means that each character has the same width as a Chinese character, even using variable-width font. They are used mostly in Chinese, Japanese, Korean, texts.

0123456789
ABCDEFGHIJ
KLMNOPQRST
UVWXYZ
abcdefghij
klmnopqrst
uvwxyz
,.:;!?
"'`^~ ̄_
&@#%+-*=<>
()[]{}⦅⦆
|¦/\¬
$£¢₩¥

In the above, there are no space between adjacent chars. No effort is made to align them, nor are monospace font specified.

The list is not complete.

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