## Unicode for X-double bar

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I am looking for the HTML code for the X-double bar.

I know the code for a single bar:

x-bar = `x&#772;`

or `x&#x0304;`

(hex)

But what is it for the X-double bar?

U+0304 is the combining macron. There is a "combining double overline" at U+033F which might work for you, and a "combining double macron" at U+035E. Neither of these looks very clearly like a double bar in my browser. But if they work for you, the code would be something like `̿x`

which renders as ̿x or `͞x`

which renders as ͞x (This is HTML markup, not Unicode.) Note also that the combining character should go before the character it combines with, not after.

See also http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/block/combining_diacritical_marks/list.htm

**X double Bar Symbol X with two bars above it. HELP,** Double overline (markup), Xx, N/A, text-decoration: overline; text-decoration-style : double;. Double overline (character), X̿ (combining), U+033F, X̿ (fails to render on Android). An overline, overscore, or overbar, is a typographical feature of a horizontal line drawn Some variants of X-bar notation use a double-bar (or double-prime) to� There is a "combining double overline" at U+033F which might work for you, and a "combining double macron" at U+035E. Neither of these looks very clearly like a double bar in my browser. But if they work for you, the code would be something like ̿x which renders as ̿x or ͞x which renders as ͞x (This is HTML markup, not Unicode.) Note also that the combining character should go before the character it combines with, not after.

The accepted answer is incorrect.

U+035E `COMBINING DOUBLE MACRON`

is meant to go over two code points. It is double only in the sense that it goes over both the code point it follows and the one it precedes, unlike normal marks that only count for the one they follow. Compare U+0360 `COMBINING DOUBLE TILDE`

, which does the same thing. `"a\x{35e}e"`

is `a͞e`

, while `"a\x{360}e"`

is `a͠e`

.

The code point you want is U+033F `COMBINING DOUBLE OVERLINE`

. `"x\x{33f}"`

is `x̿`

.

Here are all the combining macrons, using the *uninames* tool:

% uninames COMBINING MACRON ̄ 0304 COMBINING MACRON = long * distinguish from the following x (macron - 00AF) x (modifier letter macron - 02C9) ̱ 0331 COMBINING MACRON BELOW x (low line - 005F) x (modifier letter low macron - 02CD) ͞ 035E COMBINING DOUBLE MACRON ͟ 035F COMBINING DOUBLE MACRON BELOW ᷄ 1DC4 COMBINING MACRON-ACUTE ᷅ 1DC5 COMBINING GRAVE-MACRON ᷆ 1DC6 COMBINING MACRON-GRAVE ᷇ 1DC7 COMBINING ACUTE-MACRON ᷋ 1DCB COMBINING BREVE-MACRON * Lithuanian dialectology ᷌ 1DCC COMBINING MACRON-BREVE * Lithuanian dialectology ︤ FE24 COMBINING MACRON LEFT HALF ︥ FE25 COMBINING MACRON RIGHT HALF ︦ FE26 COMBINING CONJOINING MACRON x (combining macron - 0304) x (combining double macron - 035E)

and here are the combining half marks:

% uninames COMBINING HALF ̜ 031C COMBINING LEFT HALF RING BELOW * IPA: open variety of vowel x (modifier letter down tack - 02D5) ̹ 0339 COMBINING RIGHT HALF RING BELOW ͑ 0351 COMBINING LEFT HALF RING ABOVE ͗ 0357 COMBINING RIGHT HALF RING ABOVE ︠ FE20 COMBINING LIGATURE LEFT HALF ︡ FE21 COMBINING LIGATURE RIGHT HALF x (combining double inverted breve - 0361) ︢ FE22 COMBINING DOUBLE TILDE LEFT HALF ︣ FE23 COMBINING DOUBLE TILDE RIGHT HALF x (combining double tilde - 0360) ︤ FE24 COMBINING MACRON LEFT HALF ︥ FE25 COMBINING MACRON RIGHT HALF

And these are, well, what they say they are:

% uninames COMBINING DOUBLE LINE ̎ 030E COMBINING DOUBLE VERTICAL LINE ABOVE * Marshallese x (quotation mark - 0022) ̳ 0333 COMBINING DOUBLE LOW LINE = double underline, double underscore * connects on left and right x (combining equals sign below - 0347) x (double low line - 2017) ̿ 033F COMBINING DOUBLE OVERLINE ͈ 0348 COMBINING DOUBLE VERTICAL LINE BELOW * IPA: strong articulation $ uninames '\bAE\b' macron Ǣ 01E2 LATIN CAPITAL LETTER AE WITH MACRON : 00C6 0304 ǣ 01E3 LATIN SMALL LETTER AE WITH MACRON * Old Norse, Old English : 00E6 0304

You can test them this out way:

$ export PERL_UNICODE=S $ perl -E 'say "x\x{33f}"' x̿ $ perl -E 'say "a\x{35e}e"' a͞e $ perl -E 'say "a\x{360}e"' a͠e $ perl -E 'say "a\x{fe24}e\x{fe25}"' a︤e︥ $ perl -E 'say "\x{1e3}"' ǣ $ perl -E 'say "\x{e6}\x{304}"' ǣ $ perl -E 'say "\x{e6}\x{33f}"' æ̿ $ perl -E 'say "X\x{304}"' X̄ $ perl -E 'say "X\x{33f}"' X̿ $ perl -E 'say "x\x{33f}\x{333}"' x̳̿

**Overline,** Find out how to get statistical symbols like p-hat, x-hat, x-bar, and y-bar Open up Microsoft Word; Choose “Arial Unicode MS” as your font; First, If need more bars on top, inert bar twice, you double bars on top, and so on. A common question I get (at least common in Unicode terms) is what the code is for the p-hat (p̂) symbol and x-bar (x̄) symbols in statistics. Although these are common symbols, they haven’t made it as a single character into Unicode (much like there thermodynamic dot symbols are half missing unless they are also in Old Irish or another

For whichever character you want to put bars above, add `̄`

after it.

So for example if you want x double bar (x̄̄) the HTML code is `x̄̄`

. If you want to make an x triple bar (x̄̄̄) then write `x̄̄̄`

.

Here's a code sample in HTML:

X single bar: x̄<br> X double bar: x̄̄<br> X triple bar: x̄̄̄<br>

**Typing x-bar, y-bar, p-hat, q-hat, and all that! In Microsoft Word ,** When the Insert window opens, select Unicode (hex) in the 'From' dropdown, bottom right. Scroll down to the 13th row of symbols and select the double bar symbol� Some variants of X-bar notation use a double-bar (or double-prime) to represent phrasal-level units. X-bar theory derives its name from the overbar. One of the core proposals of the theory was the creation of an intermediate syntactic node between phrasal (XP) and unit (X) levels; rather than introduce a different label, the intermediate unit

**How to insert a double bar symbol in Excel,** Change the font to Arial Unicode MS, type an "x" where you want the x-bar to go and then navigate to the "Symbol" window. Find it under the "Insert" tab, at the� How to Create an X Bar Symbol in Word. This wikiHow teaches you how to insert the X-bar statistical symbol into a Microsoft Word document. Open Microsoft Word. You'll find it in the Microsoft Office area of your Start menu.

**How do you type the xbar symbol in Excel?,** In Microsoft Word: x-bar. Alt 0772 (Windows) Option 0304 (Mac) circumflex accent Character Duration: 2:18
Posted: Jul 14, 2015 Then select AutoCorrect. Click the radio button for “use Math AutoCorrect rules outside of math regions.” There is a list of about 100 math symbols that will be replaced automatically. For example, typing X\bar will be replaced by an X with a bar on top. Typing X\Bar will be replaced by an X with a double bar on top.

**How to type x-bar & p-hat in Excel, Word for Statistics (Windows/Mac ,** How to Create an X Bar Symbol in Word. This wikiHow teaches you how to insert the X-bar statistical symbol into a Microsoft Word document. Unicode symbols. Each Unicode character has its own number and HTML-code. Example: Cyrillic capital letter Э has number U+042D (042D – it is hexadecimal number), code ъ. In a table, letter Э located at intersection line no. 0420 and column D. If you want to know number of some Unicode symbol, you may found it in a table.

##### Comments

- www.unicode.org. fileformat.info.
- Actually
`̿`

is HTML syntax for a character reference referring to a Unicode character. So it's**both**: HTML*and*Unicode. - @Triplee. Thanks :) you saved my time
- @Joachim: yes; I am mainly noting the terminological discrepancy in his question; after all, I was able to understand what he was asking. Also note that I expanded the answer a little bit; U+035E looks better at least in my browser.
- @Joachim. Yes am using it for kindle which uses plain HTML
- @triplee: You cannot put combining characters before the character they combine with: they follow it. If you write
`"a\x{301}b"`

, then that acjute accent mark falls on the`a`

not the`b`

. - Those Perl one-liners only work on Unix-like systems, not Windows. On Windows
`"`

and`'`

are reversed -`"`

delimits the one-liner text and it can not immediately be used inside. For instance, for the first one,`perl -E "say "x\x{33f}""`

results in "`Bareword found where operator expected at -e line 1, near "33f" (Missing operator before f?) syntax error at -e line 1, near "33f" Execution of -e aborted due to compilation errors.`

". Used as is it gives:`Can't find string terminator "'" anywhere before EOF at -e line 1.`

.