¢

Symbol | Format | Data |
---|---|---|

¢ | Code Point |
U+00A2 |

SVG |

The ‘¢’ (cent) symbol is used to represent a monetary unit. It’s used for the cent, which is a monetary unit equal to 1/100 of various currencies, including the United States dollar and the euro.

For example:

This equation means that one dollar is equal to one hundred cents.

The dollar sign, $, is used to represent various forms of currency around the world, most notably the United States dollar. In mathematics, it is also used in TeX to denote the beginning and end of mathematical mode.

The euro sign, €, is used to represent the euro, the official currency of the Eurozone in the European Union.

The pound sign, £, is used to represent the pound sterling, the official currency of the United Kingdom.