Combining Half Marks
The Combining Half Marks block is a block of the Unicode standard that contains characters that are used to combine with other characters to create new characters or modify the appearance of existing characters. These characters are called combining half marks, and are typically used to represent diacritical marks, such as accents or vowel marks, that are added to other characters to indicate a specific pronunciation or other variation. The characters in this block are not used to represent text on their own, but are instead used in combination with other Unicode characters to create new characters or modify the appearance of existing characters. The Combining Half Marks block is often used in conjunction with other Unicode blocks to represent text in digital form.
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