Variation Selectors (Unicode block)
(16 code points)
|Assigned||16 code points|
|Unused||0 reserved code points|
|Unicode version history|
Variation Selectors is a Unicode block containing 16 Variation Selector format characters (designated VS1 through VS16). They are used to specify a specific glyph variant for a Unicode character. They are currently used to specify standardized variation sequences for mathematical symbols, emoji symbols, 'Phags-pa letters, and CJK unified ideographs corresponding to CJK compatibility ideographs. At present only standardized variation sequences with VS1, VS15 and VS16 have been defined.
Official Unicode Consortium code chart (PDF)
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