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Braille pattern dots-36

The Braille pattern dots-36 ( ) is a 6-dot braille cell with both bottom dots raised, or an 8-dot braille cell with both lower-middle dots raised. It is represented by the Unicode code point U+2824, and in Braille ASCII with the hyphen: -.

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Unicode name

BRAILLE PATTERN DOTS-36
Encodings decimal hex
Unicode 10276 U+2824
UTF-8 226 160 164 E2 A0 A4
Numeric character reference ⠤ ⠤
Braille ASCII 45 2D
Braille pattern

6-dot braille cells
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In unified international braille, the braille pattern dots-36 is used to represent hyphens and dashes, and otherwise as needed.[1]

French Braille – (hyphen), − (en dash)
English Braille – (hyphen)
English Contraction com-†
German Braille – (hyphen)
Bharati Braille – (hyphen) [2]
IPA Braille – (hyphen – morpheme break)
Russian Braille – (hyphen)
Slovak Braille – (hyphen), – (en dash)
Arabic Braille – (hyphen)
Irish Braille com
Thai Braille consonant modifier

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† Abolished in Unified English Braille

Japanese Braille 「 and 」 [1]
Taiwanese Braille 。 (period), ・ (interpunct)
Two-Cell Chinese Braille 〜 (hyphen)
Nemeth Braille – (minus sign) [3]

Related to Braille pattern dots-36 are Braille patterns 367, 368, and 3678, which are used in 8-dot braille systems, such as Gardner-Salinas and Luxembourgish Braille.

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Unicode name BRAILLE PATTERN DOTS-367 BRAILLE PATTERN DOTS-368 BRAILLE PATTERN DOTS-3678
Encodings decimal hex decimal hex decimal hex
Unicode 10340 U+2864 10404 U+28A4 10468 U+28E4
UTF-8 226 161 164 E2 A1 A4 226 162 164 E2 A2 A4 226 163 164 E2 A3 A4
Numeric character reference ⡤ ⡤ ⢤ ⢤ ⣤ ⣤
dots 367 dots 368 dots 3678
Gardner Salinas Braille[4] markup indicator … (ellipses) ∝ (proportionality)

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