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Unicode Hex Digit


What is Hex Digit?

Hex Digit in Unicode refers to characters that are valid hexadecimal digits (0-9 and A-F), commonly used in representing numerical values in base-16. It is essential for programming and data encoding tasks, ensuring accurate conversion between hexadecimal and other numeral systems.

How many Unicode Hex Digit are there?

As of Unicode Version 15.0.0, there are 2 different Hex Digit.

Can the Hex Digit property have different values or levels?

No, the Hex Digit property is a binary property, which means it can only have one of two values: Yes or No. There are no specific values or levels associated with it.