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    ascii code for square bullet ?

    What is the ascii code for (squar bullet). I searched many sites but did'nt found

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    I believe  might work..
    & (blah blah) #7;
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    SitePoint Guru rashidr's Avatar
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    Character encoding : Western European (Windows)

    No,  is different from

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    Hi

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    PHP Code:
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    bullet

    Escape Entity
    Code:
    &bull;
    Escape Decimal - forum parser displays symbol
    use Ampersand, Number hash, 8, 2, 2, 6, semi-colon
    Escape Hex
    Code:
    &#x2022
    Check here for more
    http://www.alanwood.net/demos/wgl4.html

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    Thanks to all of you.

    & # x 2 0 2 2 ; works


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