**Greater-than sign - Wikipedia**
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The 'greater-than sign' > is an original ASCII character (hex 3E, decimal 62). The Unicode code point is U+003E > GREATER-THAN SIGN (>, >); this is inherited from the same allocation in ASCII. The greater-than sign is sometimes used for an approximation of the closing angle bracket, ⟩ (or "upright chevron"). The proper Unicode character is U+232A 〉 RIGHT-POINTING ANGLE BRA… In Unicode: .mw-parser-output .monospaced{font-family:monospace,monospace}U+003E > GREATER-THAN SIGN (>, >) Different from: U+232A 〉 RIGHT-POINTING ANGLE BRACKET

**In Unicode:** .mw-parser-output .monospaced{font-family:monospace,monospace}U+003E > GREATER-THAN SIGN (>, >)

**Different from:** U+232A 〉 RIGHT-POINTING ANGLE BRACKET

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