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  1. #1 Whats the unicode symbol of "Not Applicable" or "Undefined"? 
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    Google says hardly anything about it!


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    I'm not aware of any such symbol. (doing a google search finds this thread!)
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    List of Unicode characters - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    I scrolled down through all of them and did not find such a Unicode character.
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    The Unicode symbol for Not Applicable is N/A, as in not applicable for unicode.
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    Code:
    char ch;
    ch = (char) (1 / 0); // undefined
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    youd expect null to be undefined but it sometimes puts in spaces or has some meaning. Sometimes you find it spammed in code to make it illegible I generally delete it
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