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ü U with two Dots

Latin Small Letter U with Diaeresis, U with trema, U with umlaut

U+00FC

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Technical information

Name U with two Dots
Unicode number
U+00FC
HTML-code
ü
CSS-code
\00FC
Entity
Block Latin-1 Supplement
Uppercase Ü
Unicode version: 1.1 (1993)
Alt code:
Alt 129 (English keyboard layout)

Symbol meaning

How to type U with two dots above?

You can write a Latin letter u with two dots in different ways. To do this, you need to copy it. The source can be this page. Word has a special command — insert character.

Also, you can use ALT key. Select the desired keyboard layout. Turn On Num Lock. Hold down the ALT key and enter the numbers on the right number bar. Here are the ALT codes for some similar letters:

  • ä – 0228;
  • Ä – 0196;
  • ë – 0235;
  • Ë – 0203;
  • ï – 0239;
  • Ï – 0207;
  • ö – 0246;
  • Ö – 0214;
  • ü – 0252;
  • Ü – 0220;
  • ÿ – 0225;
  • Ÿ – 0159;

What's the symbol U with two little dots?

This Latin small letter is used in several writings. Often in germanic languages, also hungarian and turkish. Points are a diacritical sign called a diaeresis or Umalat. In various writings he refers to are different. For example, it may show that two vowels are pronounced separately.

U with two Dots was approved as part of Unicode 1.1 in 1993.

Text is also available in the following languages: Русский;

Properties

Age 1.1
Block Latin-1 Supplement
Bidi Paired Bracket Type None
Composition Exclusion No
Case Folding 00FC
Simple Case Folding 00FC

Encoding

Encoding hex dec (bytes) dec binary
UTF-8 C3 BC 195 188 50108 11000011 10111100
UTF-16BE 00 FC 0 252 252 00000000 11111100
UTF-16LE FC 00 252 0 64512 11111100 00000000
UTF-32BE 00 00 00 FC 0 0 0 252 252 00000000 00000000 00000000 11111100
UTF-32LE FC 00 00 00 252 0 0 0 4227858432 11111100 00000000 00000000 00000000
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