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Braille Pattern Dots-245
6-dot braille cells
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The Braille pattern dots-245 ( ? ) is a 6-dot braille cell with the top right and both middle dots raised, or an 8-dot braille cell with the top right and both upper-middle dots raised. It is represented by the Unicode code point U+281a, and in Braille ASCII with J.

Character ? (braille pattern dots-245)
Unicode name BRAILLE PATTERN DOTS-245
Encodings decimal hex
Unicode 10266 U+281A
UTF-8 226 160 154 E2 A0 9A
Numeric character reference ⠚ ⠚
Braille ASCII 74 4A

Unified Braille

In unified international braille, the braille pattern dots-245 is used to represent a voiced palatal affricate, fricative, or approximant, such as /d?/, /?/ or /j/, and is otherwise assigned as needed. It is also used for the number 0.[1]

Table of unified braille values

[1]

Other braille

Plus dots 7 and 8

Related to Braille pattern dots-245 are Braille patterns 2457, 2458, and 24578, which are used in 8-dot braille systems, such as Gardner-Salinas and Luxembourgish Braille.

Character ? (braille pattern dots-2457) ? (braille pattern dots-2458) ? (braille pattern dots-24578)
Unicode name BRAILLE PATTERN DOTS-2457 BRAILLE PATTERN DOTS-2458 BRAILLE PATTERN DOTS-24578
Encodings decimal hex decimal hex decimal hex
Unicode 10330 U+285A 10394 U+289A 10458 U+28DA
UTF-8 226 161 154 E2 A1 9A 226 162 154 E2 A2 9A 226 163 154 E2 A3 9A
Numeric character reference ⡚ ⡚ ⢚ ⢚ ⣚ ⣚
dots 2457 dots 2458 dots 24578
Gardner Salinas Braille [4] J (capital) ? (function composition)
Luxembourgish Braille [5] J (capital)

related 8-dot kantenji patterns

In the Japanese kantenji braille, the standard 8-dot Braille patterns 356, 1356, 3456, and 13456 are the patterns related to Braille pattern dots-245, since the two additional dots of kantenji patterns 0245, 2457, and 02457 are placed above the base 6-dot cell, instead of below, as in standard 8-dot braille.

Character ? (braille pattern dots-356) ? (braille pattern dots-1356) ? (braille pattern dots-3456) ? (braille pattern dots-13456)
Unicode name BRAILLE PATTERN DOTS-356 BRAILLE PATTERN DOTS-1356 BRAILLE PATTERN DOTS-3456 BRAILLE PATTERN DOTS-13456
Encodings decimal hex decimal hex decimal hex decimal hex
Unicode 10292 U+2834 10293 U+2835 10300 U+283C 10301 U+283D
UTF-8 226 160 180 E2 A0 B4 226 160 181 E2 A0 B5 226 160 188 E2 A0 BC 226 160 189 E2 A0 BD
Numeric character reference ⠴ ⠴ ⠵ ⠵ ⠼ ⠼ ⠽ ⠽

Kantenji using braille patterns 356, 1356, 3456, or 13456

This listing includes kantenji using Braille pattern dots-245 for all 6349 kanji found in JIS C 6226-1978.

  • ? (braille pattern dots-13456) - ?

Variants and thematic compounds

  • ?? - ?/? + selector 2 = ?
  • ?? - ?/? + selector 4 = ?
  • ?? - selector 4 + ?/? = ?

Compounds of ?

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    • ?? - ? + ?/? = ?
      • ??? - ?/? + ? + ?/? = ?
      • ??? - ?/? + ? + ?/? = ?
      • ??? - ?/? + ? + ?/? = ?
      • ??? - ?/? + ? + ?/? = ?
    • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ?? - ?/? + ? = ?
      • ??? - ?/? + ?/? + ? = ?
      • ??? - ?/? + ? + ?/? = ?
      • ??? - ?/? + ? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - ?/? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - ?/? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
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    • ??? - ?/? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - ? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - ?/? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
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  • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ?? - ? + ?/? = ?
      • ??? - ?/? + ? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - ?/? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - ?/? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
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    • ??? - ?/? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
  • ?? - ? + ?/? = ?
    • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
      • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
      • ??? - ? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
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    • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
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      • ??? - ?/? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ?? - ?/? + ? = ?
      • ??? - ?/? + ?/? + ? = ?
    • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
      • ??? - ?/? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - ?/? + selector 4 + ? = ?
    • ??? - ?/? + ? + ?/?/#2 = ?
    • ??? - ?/? + ? + ?/? = ?
      • ??? - ?/? + ? + ?/? = ?
      • ??? - ?/? + ? + ?/? = ?
      • ??? - ? + ? + ?/? = ?
      • ??? - ?/? + ? + ?/? = ?
      • ??? - ?/? + ? + ?/? = ?
  • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - ?/? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - ?/? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
  • ??? - ?/? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
  • ??? - ?/? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
  • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
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    • ??? - ?/? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - selector 1 + ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - ?/? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
  • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
  • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
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    • ??? - ?/? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
  • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - ? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - ?/? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
  • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
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  • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - ?/? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - ? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - ?/?/#2 + ?/? + ?/? = ?
  • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
  • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - selector 1 + ?/? + ?/? = ?
  • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
  • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - ? + ? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - ?/? + selector 6 + ?/? = ?
  • ??? - ?/? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - ?/? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
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  • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
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    • ??? - ? + ? + ?/? = ?
  • ??? - ?/? + ? + ?/? = ?
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  • ??? - ?/? + ? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - ?/? + ? + ?/? = ?
  • ??? - ?/? + ? + ?/? = ?
  • ??? - ?/? + ?/?/#3 + ?/? = ?
  • ??? - ?/? + ? + ?/? = ?
  • ??? - ?/? + ? + ?/? = ?
  • ??? - ?/?/#2 + ? + ?/? = ?
  • ??? - ?/? + ? + ?/? = ?
  • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - ?/? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - ?/? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
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  • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
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    • ??? - ?/? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - ? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - ?/?/#3 + ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - ?/? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - ?/? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
  • ?? - ? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - ?/? + ? + ?/? = ?
  • ?? - ?/?/#2 + ?/? = ?
  • ?? - ?/? + ?/?/#2 = ?
  • ??? - ? + ? + ?/? = ?

Compounds of ?

  • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - ?/? + ?/? + ?/? = ?

Compounds of ?

  • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
  • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
  • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
  • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
  • ??? - ?/? + ?/? + selector 4 = ?

Compounds of ?

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  • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
  • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - ?/? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - ? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
  • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - ?/? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - ?/?/#2 + ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - ?/? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - ?/? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - ?/? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
  • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
  • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
  • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
  • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
  • ??? - ?/?/#3 + selector 4 + ?/? = ?
  • ??? - ? + selector 4 + ?/? = ?
  • ??? - ? + selector 4 + ?/? = ?
  • ??? - ?/? + ? + ?/? = ?

Other compounds

  • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - ?/? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - ? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - ?/? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
  • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ?? - ? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - ? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
  • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
  • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
  • ?? - ?/?/#3 + ?/? = ?
  • ?? - ? + ?/? = ?
  • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
  • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
  • ??? - ?/? + ? + ?/? = ?
  • ??? - ? + ? + ?/? = ?
  • ??? - ?/? + ? + ?/? = ?
  • ??? - ?/? + ? + ?/? = ?
  • ??? - ?/? + ? + ?/? = ?
  • ??? - ?/? + ? + ?/? = ?
  • ??? - ?/? + ?/?/#3 + ?/? = ?
  • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - ?/? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
  • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - ?/? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
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    • ??? - ?/? + ? + ?/? = ?
  • ?? - ? + ?/? = ?
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  • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
    • ??? - ?/? + ?/? + ?/? = ?
  • ??? - ?/? + ? + ?/? = ?
  • ?? - ?/? + ? = ?
    • ??? - selector 1 + ?/? + ? = ?
      • ??? - ?/? + ?/? + ? = ?
  • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?
  • ?? - ?/? + ?/? = ?

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Notes

  1. ^ a b c d e f "World Braille Usage". UNESCO. Retrieved ..
  2. ^ "Introduction to Bharati Braille". Retrieved 2013.
  3. ^ "Nemeth Braille (Mathematics Braille)". Archived from the original on 2012-04-21. Retrieved .
  4. ^ "Index of Topics in Braille Section". Oregon State University Science Access Project Braille topics. Archived from the original on 2012-04-20. Retrieved .
  5. ^ UNESCO (2013). World Braille Usage. Washington, DC: National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Library of Congress. p. 88. ISBN 978-0-8444-9564-4.
  6. ^ "". Retrieved 2014.
  7. ^ " -". Retrieved 2013.
  8. ^ "". Retrieved 2013.
  9. ^ "" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 31 December 2013. Retrieved 2013.

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