In Microsoft Windows operating systems, ALT codes are a method of entering special characters or symbols using a combination of the ALT key and a numeric code on the numeric keypad. These codes are often used to input characters that are not readily available on a standard US QWERTY keyboard.
Unicode, on the other hand, is a character encoding standard that assigns a unique numeric value (code point) to every character, including letters, numbers, symbols, and various language scripts. Unicode provides a way to represent and handle text in multiple languages and writing systems.
AltCodeUnicode.com is a website that provides quick reference information and resources for using Windows ALT codes and accessing Unicode characters.
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