Arabic Question Mark
HTML Entity Browser Test:
؟

U+061F is the Unicode hex value of the character Arabic Question Mark, which is categorized as "other punctuation" in the Unicode 6.0 character table.

Unicode Character Information
Unicode Hex U+061F
Character Name ARABIC QUESTION MARK
General Category Other Punctuation [Code: Po]
Canonical Combining Class 0
Bidirectional Category AL
Mirrored N
Unicode Character Encodings
Arabic Question Mark HTML Entity ؟ (decimal entity), ؟ (hex entity)
Windows Key Code Alt 1567 or Alt +061F1
Programming Source Code Encodings Python hex: u"\u061F", Hex for C++ and Java: "\u061F"
UTF-8 Hexadecimal Encoding 0xD89F
1 To type a Unicode symbol in Windows, hold down the ALT key and enter the decimal or hexadecimal code provided using the numeric keypad. The decimal alt code (Alt 1567) will only work on computers with support for this Unicode character in the active code page. The hexadecimal alt code (Alt +061F) will work for all Unicode characters provided Hex input from the numeric keypad is enabled.
* If the Arabic Question Mark character does not display correctly in your browser, you may not have a Unicode font on your system that supports this particular symbol.