As of version 3.2, the Unicode standard has 8 semantically distinct varients of the character hundred. They are enumerated below, separated by code block.

The columns below should be interpreted as :

  1. The Unicode code for the character
  2. The character in question
  3. The Unicode name for the character
  4. The Unicode General Category for the character
  5. The HTML entity if any, instead of using &#xUUUU;
  6. (The SGML entities if any)



U+0BF1    Tamil number one hundred   No



U+137B    Ethiopic number hundred   No


Number Forms

U+216D    Roman numeral one hundred   Nl
U+217D    small Roman numeral one hundred   Nl
U+2183    Roman numeral reversed one hundred   Nl


CJK Unified Ideographs

U+4F70    CJK Unified Ideograph U+4F70   Lo 100 used ONLY for accounting
U+767E    CJK Unified Ideograph U+767E   Lo primary numeric ideograph 100
U+964C    CJK Unified Ideograph U+964C   Lo 100 used for accounting

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