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I'm looking for a LaTeX symbol that has the letters 'NUL' in a single character width. It's a pretty representation for what's often entered as
\0 in C-derived programming languages as the string termination character. In Unicode, this is represented as code point U+2400.
To be clear, I'm not looking for:
- and definitely not
I should also be clear that I'm looking for a representation of a control character, to print or display it rather than have it perform its intended function as a control character.
As a strongly related side question, assume I know the code point of a Unicode glyph. Is there a way to determine what the glyph's equivalent is in LaTeX? I'm relatively new to LaTeX typesetting, so I haven't yet found such a reference.