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⊭ Not True Symbol

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Copy and paste shortcodes for ⊭ Not True.

Unicode U+22ad
Alt Code 8877
HTML Code ⊭
CSS Code \22ad
HEX Code ⊭

How to type ⊭ Not True?

To type the ⊭ using the keyboard you can the Alt code from the shortcode section. Here are the two simple steps to type the ⊭ using Alt code from your keyboard. Make sure you switch on the Num Lock from the keyboard and you type the number from the Numpad and not from the top row of the keyboard.

  1. Hold down the left Alt Key from your keyboard.
  2. Type the Alt code number 8877 and release the Alt key.

Once you release the Alt key, the ⊭ symbol will be displayed. This trick will work for other special characters also.

How to add Not True Symbol in HTML?

To add the ⊭ Not True Symbol in HTML, you can use an HTML entity, an HTML code(decimal), and a Hex code. Use the shortcode section to copy the various shortcodes for the Not True. Here is the example:

// HTML code example
<span>I am &#8877; Symbol</span>
// HEX code example
<span>I am &#x22ad; Symbol</span>

All the above example will display the Not True symbol as below.

I am ⊭ symbol.

How to add Not True Symbol in CSS?

To display the Not True Symbol from CSS, you can use a CSS shortcode or CSS entity. Use the shortcode section to copy the CSS entity code for the Not True. You can only add content :before or :after an element: Here is the example:

// CSS entity code example
.useSymbol:after {
  content: ' \22ad';

// The HTML
<div class="useSymbol">Not True</div>

The above example for CSS entiry for Not True symbol will display the result as below.

Not True ⊭

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