Hexadecimal code for a zero-width joiner or a zero-width non-joiner?

I would not even begin to tell you why I need this, but does anyone know the Hexadecimal code for a zero-width joiner or a zero-width non-joiner? [/b]
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mccarlIT Business Systems Analyst / Software DeveloperCommented:
Is this not what you are after... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zero-width_joiner

It says that the Unicode code point for the Zero Width Joiner is U+200D
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Bill GoldenExecutive Managing MemberAuthor Commented:
I found that. But I need the Hexadecimal equivalent.
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mccarlIT Business Systems Analyst / Software DeveloperCommented:
Yeah ok, so you need to specify what you mean by "Hexadecimal" equivalent. What I gave you was a hexadecimal number 200D. Just saying hexadecimal is not enough, you need to specify what the context is!
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Bill GoldenExecutive Managing MemberAuthor Commented:
Like 0A or 7D
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mccarlIT Business Systems Analyst / Software DeveloperCommented:
That means NOTHING!!

Are you talking about the hexadecimal code for an ASCII character? (In which case I can already tell you that ZWJ doesn't exist in ASCII though)
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mccarlIT Business Systems Analyst / Software DeveloperCommented:
Maybe it would help if you provide some more background on what you are intending to do with this "Hexadecimal" number? You have tagged some VB topics, are you trying to get a program to output this ZWJ? And if so, to where? On a web page, or in some other application?

I would not even begin to tell you why I need this

And I did read the above so I am not asking about "why" you need, but just "where" you intend to use it.
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Bill PrewCommented:
In a Unicode stream it looks like this would be 0x02 0x0d (depending on endian of course), as mentioned above.  Is that not what you are looking for?  It's a two byte "character" so can't be done in one byte.


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mccarlIT Business Systems Analyst / Software DeveloperCommented:
@Bill,

I assume that you meant to type 0x20 0x0d ;-)
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Bill PrewCommented:
Correct, typo...
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Bill GoldenExecutive Managing MemberAuthor Commented:
A combination of responses started me thinking. Eventually, I determined that the program, written in a very dated code, was translating those two functions to 1D and 1F. Wierd, but it worked.

Thanks for the input.
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