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JavaScript: Alert the "…" Character

Posted on 2013-06-13
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How can I alert "…"?

This does not work:
alert( '…' );
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Question by:hankknight
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Character entities in that format are an HTML and XML feature, not a JavaScript or CSS feature.

In JavaScript the number is put in hexadecimal for numbers in that higher range (low range characters have a choice of syntaxes).
alert('\u2026');

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Using special characters in strings | MDN
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