Dash Punctuation Unicode Category
The Unicode dash punctuation category encompasses a set of characters within the Unicode standard that are used to indicate breaks or separations in textual content. Dashes serve various typographic and grammatical functions, such as indicating ranges, connecting compound words, or providing emphasis within a sentence. This category includes different types of dashes, such as the en dash (–) used for ranges, the em dash (—) used for interruptions or emphasis, and other specialized dashes used in specific scripts and languages. Unicode dash punctuation marks contribute to the visual clarity, structure, and proper interpretation of written text, allowing for accurate communication and presentation of content across different writing systems and contexts.
Below you will find all the characters that are in the 'Dash Punctuation' unicode category. Currently there are 26 characters in this category.