right-pointing double angle quotation mark for facebook

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Right-pointing double angle quotation mark, also called angle quotes, are line segments, pointed as if arrows (« or »), sometimes forming a complementary set of punctuation marks used as a form of quotation mark.

The symbol at either end – double « and » or single ‹ and › – is a guillemet. They are used in a number of languages to indicate speech. They resemble (but are not the same as) the symbols for lesser than, greater than (for the single <), and for left and right bit shifts in some programming languages,[1][2] as well as rewind and fast forward on various media players, such as VCRs, DVD players and MP3 players.

The below codes for the right-pointing double angle quotation mark are provided by the special characters website.

Various right-pointing double angle quotation mark character codes:

win:
alt+0171
mac:
opt+\
bin:
10101011
html:
&rquo;
html:
&#171;
uri:
%C2%AB