3200: Enclosed CJK Letters and Months

This section provides a quick summary of the Unicode code point block: 'Enclosed CJK Letters and Months', which contains 256 code points to represent characters enclosed in circles used in CJK (Chinese, Japanese, and Korean) languages.

Block name: Enclosed CJK Letters and Months

Block range: U+3200 ... U+32FF

Number of code points: 256

Introduced since: Unicode version 1.1

Complet list of code points: unicode.org/charts/PDF/U3200.pdf

Code point samples:

Unicode - Enclosed CJK Letters and Months
Unicode - Enclosed CJK Letters and Months

The "Enclosed CJK Letters and Months" block contains code points to represent characters enclosed in circles used in CJK (Chinese, Japanese, and Korean) languages.

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 10A0: Georgian

 1100: Hangul Jamo

 1200: Ethiopic

 1380: Ethiopic Supplement

 13A0: Cherokee

 1400: Unified Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics

 1680: Ogham

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 1A20: Tai Tham

 1B00: Balinese

 1B80: Sundanese

 1BC0: Batak

 1C00: Lepcha

 1C50: Ol Chiki

 1C80: Cyrillic Extended-C

 1C90: Georgian Extended

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 1D00: Phonetic Extensions

 1D80: Phonetic Extensions Supplement

 1DC0: Combining Diacritical Marks Supplement

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 2000: General Punctuation

 2070: Superscripts and Subscripts

 20A0: Currency Symbols

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 2100: Letterlike Symbols

 2150: Number Forms

 2190: Arrows

 2200: Mathematical Operators

 2300: Miscellaneous Technical

 2400: Control Pictures

 2440: Optical Character Recognition

 2460: Enclosed Alphanumerics

 2500: Box Drawing

 2580: Block Elements

 25A0: Geometric Shapes

 2600: Miscellaneous Symbols

 2700: Dingbats

 27C0: Miscellaneous Mathematical Symbols-A

 27F0: Supplemental Arrows-A

 2800: Braille Patterns

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 2980: Miscellaneous Mathematical Symbols-B

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 3100: Bopomofo

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 3190: Kanbun

 31A0: Bopomofo Extended

 31C0: CJK Strokes

 31F0: Katakana Phonetic Extensions

3200: Enclosed CJK Letters and Months

 3300: CJK Compatibility

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 AA00: Cham

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 FE20: Combining Half Marks

 FE30: CJK Compatibility Forms

 FE50: Small Form Variants

 FE70: Arabic Presentation Forms-B

 FF00: Halfwidth and Fullwidth Forms

 FFF0: Specials

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 Unicode Code Point Blocks: 12000 - 10FFFF

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