Lower Right Pencil ✎
A short hexagonal pencil with a sharp lead from one side and a rubber (eraser) on the other. This symbol is popular among users who want to outline important information, point out some details in a text or make a note about something. The symbol is often put next to comments, announcements, disclaimers, writer's notes, footnotes, and bullet lists.
Lower right pencil U+270E pointing down is a schematic image with an accurate outline. It is a transparent drawing with unfilled background. Actually there more symbols like this on Unicode, they depict pencils pointing down left and up left.
The symbol “Lower Right Pencil” is included in the “Miscellaneous” Subblock of the “Dingbats” Block and was approved as part of Unicode version 1.1 in 1993.
|Type of paired mirror bracket (bidi)||None|
|Simple case change||270E|
|UTF-8||E2 9C 8E||226 156 142||14851214||11100010 10011100 10001110|
|UTF-16BE||27 0E||39 14||9998||00100111 00001110|
|UTF-16LE||0E 27||14 39||3623||00001110 00100111|
|UTF-32BE||00 00 27 0E||0 0 39 14||9998||00000000 00000000 00100111 00001110|
|UTF-32LE||0E 27 00 00||14 39 0 0||237436928||00001110 00100111 00000000 00000000|