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Séamas Ó Brógáin schrieb:
The U stands for Unicode (the universal character set). The notation U
+0000 is a way of making it explicit that the number is a Unicode

Unicode 2009 is a thin space, traditionally considered a fifth of the
nominal type size in points, defined by Unicode as either or a fifth or
a sixth but in any case depending on the size given to this character by
the creator of a particular font.

There are several ways of entering any character in the Unicode range by
its number, though they differ between Linux and Windows. Im afraid I
don’t know anything about the latter.

Methods for entering these code points are described in

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