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X2F65 is hexadecimal number of unicode character (number 12133).

Character (X2F65) is qualified as KanjiRadical, in order to distinguish it from character (X7530) that is qualified as KanjiLiberal.


Encoding of and that of similar character can be revealed with the dumping:

php du.t ⽥田

where du.t is dumping routine. The output:

The array has 6 bytes; here is its splitting:
e2 bd a5 e7 94 b0
array(2) {
  string(3) "⽥"
  string(3) "田"

Unicode character number 12133 id est, X2F65
Picture: ⽥ ; uses 3 bytes. These bytes are:
xE2 xBD xA5 in the hexadecimal representation and
226 189 165 in the decimal representation

Unicode character number 30000 id est, X7530
Picture: 田 ; uses 3 bytes. These bytes are:
xE7 x94 xB0 in the hexadecimal representation and
231 148 176 in the decimal representation


In Japanese, character can be pronounced as デン、た、(tan, ta) [1]

Character (X7530) has similar pronunciation.


In Japanese, (2F65) may mean "rice field".

Character (X7530) has similar meaning.


Some software does not make difference between character
(X2F65) and

These characters can be qualified as synonyms and may cause confusions. For the database, X2F65 and X7530 are different characters. The confision between characters X2F65 and X7530 is recognized [2].


  1. https://ja.wiktionary.org/wiki/%E2%BD%A5
    https://ja.wiktionary.org/wiki/⽥ 田(デン、た、(偏である場合)田偏(たへん))
  2. https://util.unicode.org/UnicodeJsps/character.jsp?a=2F65&B1=Show 2F65 KANGXI RADICAL FIELD Han Script id: allowed confuse:


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