Unicode Information(Advanced Usage)

Emoji: Copy
Meaning: person bouncing ball
Codepoint: U+26F9 Copy
Unicode Version: 5.2 (2019-10-01)
Emoji Version: None
Type Field:
Qualified Status: 🟣 unqualified (See also 🟢 fully-qualified Emoji: ⛹️ - 26F9 FE0F)
Default Emoji Style: text
Emoji Level: Level 2
Emoji Modifier Status: none
Emoji Sources: a (ARIB)
Emoji Variation Sequences: ✔ base
More Type: ⛹︎ (26F9 FE0E text style)
⛹️ (26F9 FE0F emoji style)
Categories: 👌 People & Body
Sub Categories: 🚴 Sport
UTF-8: E29BB9
Decimal: ALT+9977
Unicode Block: Miscellaneous Symbols
Unicode Subhead: Map symbol from ARIB STD B24
Sentiment: Negative: 28.74% Positive: 61.93% Neutral: 9.33% Confidence:0.332±0.0503

👨‍💻Basic Information

Proposal (How was Emoji born?)

The Emoji ⛹ is derived from proposal L2/07‑259(2007). Below is the detailed content of the proposal, including proposal number, name, from and detailed files. The proposal containing ⛹ was approved by the Unicode Consortium and released as Emoji version in .

EmojiProposal 1

Proposal Number: L2/07‑259
Proposal Name: Japanese TV Symbols
Proposal From: Michel Suignard
Proposal Year: 2007
Proposal Emoji: 13 Emoji: ⛹️, ⛹🏿, ⛰️, ⛩️, ⛴️ more...
Proposal File:

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