Control Other Unicode Category
In Unicode, control other characters are utilized to convey non-printing or control functions, rather than representing visible symbols. These characters hold essential roles in managing text layout, formatting, and behavior in digital communication and data processing. Examples of control other characters include the Start of Heading (SOH), End of Text (ETX), and Bell (BEL) characters, which historically held significance in telecommunication and early computing contexts. Although these characters are not directly displayed as part of text, they provide crucial instructions for how data is interpreted, displayed, or processed by software systems. The Unicode Control Other category plays a pivotal behind-the-scenes role in ensuring effective communication and interaction between software applications and human-readable text.
Below you will find all the characters that are in the 'Control Other' unicode category. Currently there are 65 characters in this category.