What is unicode?
Unicode is an internationally used coding standard where letters, numbers and characters are assigned their own unique value. These values can be recognised by different kinds of software, platforms and interfaces and are translated into their corresponding characters accordingly.
The unicode for lowercase “a” for example would be U+0061. For lower case “b”, the unicode is U+0062 and for lower case “c”, it would be U+0063. You can find a full list of unicode characters on the Compart Unicode guide.