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By orendon, history, 5 months ago,

I thought it would be fun to experiment if Codeforces text editor supported the Emoji unicode reference, and it does❗

For your delight, here is an example: to display a lion emoji, you just write the corresponding decimal code &#129409; and the browser will take care of rendering the 🦁 for you.

Here is the table with the corresponding decimal codes for each emoji:

Hands 💪
Lovables 💚
Smileys 😀
Others 💩

I'm also considering creating a chrome/firefox extension to allow selecting the emoji without having copy/paste the code. Do you think it would be a good idea?

EDIT: The quackit.com list includes even more emoji codes (posted by bhagya_rana in the comments)

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