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Numbers in circles ①, ②, ③

;Enclosed Numerics (numbers in circles)

|[\u2460]

|[\u2461]

|[\u2462]

|[\u2463]

|[\u2464]

|[\u2465]

|[\u2466]

|[\u2467]

|[\u2468]

|[\u2469]

|[\u246A]

|[\u246B]

|[\u246C]

|[\u246D]

|[\u246E]

|[\u246F]

|[\u2470]

|[\u2471]

|[\u2472]

|[\u2473]



Using Unicode characters for enclosed numerics is a very good idea:


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Makes one wonder how only one differing character results in a deduction of no less than 29 %!

While rereading this post, I’m wondering why there is no purple marking of the nontranslatables. And also: are they covered by Adjust end character?
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