# Figures

If large **numbers are printed in blocks**, no blanks are set within the numeric keypad, e. g. `1000000`

(this means that the system deviates from the original).

For **percentage specifications**: Number spaces %-character; e. g. `50 %`

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For **temperature specifications**, there is a space before the unit; e. g. `360 °C`

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**Fractions:** Fractions, if any, are represented by their corresponding Unicode entities:

Character | Entity |
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½ | `U+00BD` |

⅓ | `U+2153` |

⅔ | `U+2154` |

¼ | `U+00BC` |

¾ | `U+00BE` |

⅕ | `U+2155` |

⅖ | `U+2156` |

⅗ | `U+2157` |

⅘ | `U+2158` |

⅙ | `U+2159` |

⅚ | `U+215A` |

⅐ | `U+2150` |

⅛ | `U+215B` |

⅜ | `U+215C` |

⅝ | `U+215D` |

⅞ | `U+215E` |

⅑ | `U+2151` |

⅒ | `U+2152` |

All other fractions can be transcribed as a formula using the DTA base format (see DTA base format, chapter: Formulas).

For mathematical or physical constants, the following Unicode character sets apply: