A character is a general term for a symbol in a writing system. In the alphabetic writing system used for English, a character is a letter, such as “a” or “s.” In a syllabic writing system, such as Japanese hiragana, a character is one symbol that represents a consonant-vowel pair. In a logographic writing system, such as Chinese hànzì, a character is a logogram representing a morpheme or a word.
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