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## How are Unicode code points indexed in hexadecimal?

Unicode code points are divided into sections which are called unicode planes. These unicode planes are indexed from 0 to 10 (in hexadecimal encoding, meaning there are 17 total unicode planes). You can see which unicode plane a given code point belongs to by writing the code point up as 6 hexadecimal digits, and looking at the first 2 digits.

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**How do you insert a Unicode character code?**

Inserting Unicode characters To insert a Unicode character, type the character code, press ALT, and then press X. For example, to type a dollar symbol ($), type 0024, press ALT, and then press X. For more Unicode character codes, see Unicode character code charts by script.

### When do you add zeros to a Unicode code point?

If a code point is too small to take up 6 hexadecimal digits, add zeros in front of the number until it is 6 digits long. As example, the unicode code point U+0041 would become U+000041 of which the first two hexadecimal digits are 00. Thus the unicode code point U+0041 belongs to unicode plane 0 .

Unicode code points are divided into sections which are called unicode planes. These unicode planes are indexed from 0 to 10 (in hexadecimal encoding, meaning there are 17 total unicode planes). You can see which unicode plane a given code point belongs to by writing the code point up as 6 hexadecimal digits, and looking at the first 2 digits.

### How to add hex numbers to a calculator?

Hexadecimal Addition Calculator. The hexadecimal number is a number system with base 16. The hexadecimal number uses sixteen distinct symbols which include numbers from 0–9 to represent values and A, B, C, D, E, F to represent values ten to fifteen. Here given an online addition calculator for adding hex numbers.

**How to convert a hex number to a pad number?**

Pad Numbers with Zeros Put a zero in front of a single character length hex values. Separate Numbers with a Space Put a single space character between each hexadecimal value. Use this encoding for Unicode code points. Add BOM Prefix Prefix hex output with the Byte Order Mark. (This option works with multi-byte encodings only.)

#### Do you put a prefix before a hex value?

For use in programming, you can add the prefix “0x” before hex values. For better output formatting, you can put a single space character between each hexadecimal value, as well as pad bytes that are an odd number hex characters in length with an additional zero to make all bytes an even length.