Alphabetic Presentation Forms Unicode Block
The Unicode Alphabetic Presentation Forms block, located in the Unicode Standard, is a range of code points reserved for characters and ligatures commonly used in typography and writing systems. These characters are typically presentation forms of letters, digits, and punctuation marks that are designed to be displayed in a specific style, often for aesthetic or historical reasons. This block contains a variety of typographic elements, such as ligatures, swashes, and other decorative forms of letters, making it valuable for representing text in a more visually appealing or traditional manner. Users may encounter characters from this block when dealing with specialized fonts or when rendering text with specific typographic features. Overall, the Alphabetic Presentation Forms block enhances the ability to display text in various artistic and stylistic forms, contributing to the richness and flexibility of text representation in Unicode-based systems.
View a range of fonts that support the Alphabetic Presentation Forms block.
Below you will find all the characters that are in the Alphabetic Presentation Forms unicode block. Currently there are 58 characters in this block.