Swift: Working With Unicode Characters
I stumbled upon this tip today while working in Swift.
You can easily specify a Unicode character with the following syntax:
"n" is the 1-to-8 digit hexadecimal number that represents the character's code point. A helpful list of Unicode characters and their code points is available here.
For example, to print a trademark symbol:
Similarly, you can print the Apple logo:
A screenshot of a Swift playground showing a few Unicode characters is included below. (Click the image to see a larger version.)
You can learn more about Swift's Unicode support in the Swift Programming Language library,