unicode – Why was U+1160 introduced?


Unicode has a character that looks like a space, but it's not a space. Its code is U+1160 . It looks like this: 'ᅠ' (without quotes). So what is the function of this character in unicode, what is it for?


Hangul Jungseong Filler or U+1160 is used to assemble Korean characters. In html it can be called as ᅠ

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