How do you write a no-break space?

How do you write a no-break space?

Non-breaking spaces are easy to add. The quickest way is to press Ctrl+Shift+Spacebar (or on a Mac, type Option+Spacebar). Alternatively, you can select ‘Non-breaking Space’ from the Insert>Special Characters menu.

Is there an invisible character?

The magic sequence of keys Alt-255 typed at numeric keypad places an Invisible Character symbol into text. This character looks like a blank space in the program code and SAS output but is processed and printed by many programs as a valid text character.

What is Andensp?

The   character entity used to denote an ‘en’ space which means half point size of the current font. This may be perceived as twice the space of a normal space. The   character entity used to denote an ’em’ space which means equal to the point size of the current font.

What is the special character to create a non-breaking space?

( )
The symbols that produce the non-breaking space ( ) form what is called a character entity.

How can I get no name among us?

Here’s how to get a blank name in Among Us when playing locally:

  1. Copy this blank space: “ㅤ”
  2. Open Among Us, and tap LOCAL.
  3. Tap the name field at the top of the screen.
  4. Delete the current name.
  5. Tap the name field, and paste the blank character from the first step.

What is 0xA0 in ASCII?

ASCII/Binary of 0xa0: NSBP

DEC 160
Symbol NSBP
Keys alt + 160
Html Code &nsbp
Html Code  

Is there a way to read 0xA0 character in a text file?

Yes, you have to either recode it to UTF-8 (see: iconv, recode commands, or a lot of text editors and IDEs can do it), or read it using an 8-bit encoding (as all the other answers suggest). What you should ask yourself is – what is this character after all ( 0xa0 or 160)? Well, in many 8-bit encodings it’s a non-breaking space (like in HTML).

What does \\XA0 mean in Unicode?

\ is actually non-breaking space in Latin1 (ISO 8859-1), also chr (160). You should replace it with a space. When .encode (‘utf-8’), it will encode the unicode to utf-8, that means every unicode could be represented by 1 to 4 bytes. For this case, \ is represented by 2 bytes \\.

What is the U+00A0 Unicode character?

U+00a0 is a non-breakable space Unicode characterthat can be encoded as b’\’byte in latin1 encoding, as two bytes b’\\’in utf-8 encoding. It can be represented as  in html. – jfs Jan 20 ’15 at 12:39

What is 0xc2a0 in UTF-8?

0xA0 (Unicode) is 0xC2A0 in UTF-8..encode (‘utf8’) will just take your Unicode 0xA0 and replace with UTF-8’s 0xC2A0. Hence the apparition of 0xC2s… Encoding is not replacing, as you’ve probably realized now.