Wolfram Language & System 11.0 (2016)|Legacy Documentation

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Textual Forms

The Wolfram Language provides standardized special characters to represent various forms commonly used to annotate or structure text.

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Dashes & Hyphens

\[Dash]  ▪  \[LongDash]  ▪  \[Hyphen]

\[DiscretionaryHyphen] hyphen to include only at a line break

Text Annotations

\[Ellipsis]  ▪  \[CenterEllipsis]  ▪  \[VerticalEllipsis]

\[Bullet]  ▪  \[Paragraph]  ▪  § \[Section]

\[Dagger]  ▪  \[DoubleDagger]  ▪  \[Checkmark]

Punctuation Forms

\[OpenCurlyQuote]  ▪  \[CloseCurlyQuote]  ▪  \[OpenCurlyDoubleQuote]  ▪  \[CloseCurlyDoubleQuote]

¿ \[DownQuestion]  ▪  ¡ \[DownExclamation]  ▪  « \[LeftGuillemet]  ▪  » \[RightGuillemet]

Diacritical Marks

ˇ \[Hacek]  ▪  ˘ \[Breve]  ▪  \[DownBreve]  ▪  ¸ \[Cedilla]

Ligatures

\[FlLigature]  ▪  \[FiLigature]

Structural Forms

\[UnderParenthesis]  ▪  \[OverParenthesis]  ▪  \[UnderBracket]  ▪  \[OverBracket]  ▪  \[UnderBrace]  ▪  \[OverBrace]

Commercial Notation, etc.

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