How do you type a character with it's ASCII code?

by J. Rehbein   Last Updated October 16, 2018 19:12 PM

I need to type a form feed character 0x0C in ASCII on my mac. Is there anyway to do this? I've tried using emoji's and symbols from the edit menu, but its not in there.

Tags : macos character


Answers 2


It's there for me in Character Viewer (Emoji & Symbols, expanded version). It doesn't have a glyph, but if you double click it should be inserted.

Note that you may have to go to the gear wheel at top left and select Customize to add the Unicode category.

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Tom Gewecke
Tom Gewecke
October 16, 2018 18:34 PM

Add Unicode Hex Input as your Keyboard. Hold the option key while typing 000c.

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Buscar웃
Buscar웃
October 16, 2018 18:37 PM

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