Comoros Flag Emoji πŸ‡°πŸ‡²

Comoros Emoji πŸ‡°πŸ‡² is simply a flag sequence combing two regional indicator symbol letters – [πŸ‡°] and [πŸ‡²]. The Flag: Comoros Emoji was released in 2010 as a part of Unicode Version 6.0. The emoji depicts red disc on top of a green field. The emoji depicts a white crescent with four white stars inside of a green triangle and the four stripes (Yellow, White, Red, and Blue).


πŸ‡°: U+1F1F0
πŸ‡²: U+1F1F2

To use the official flag emoji on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or other websites, simply click on the β€œCopy” button below. You can then paste this emoji on any app that supports emoji. This emoji should work fine on Android and iOS smartphones/tablets. Various devices and apps may show different emoji versions of the flag for Comoros. Since this is a special character and not an image, this code can be used anywhere.

Comoros Flag Emoji

To find flag emoji of other countries, please visit Flag Emoji page. Adding a emoji is a great way to add tone and clarity to what you are posting on social media apps and messengers. Whenever a browser or an app doesn’t support this emoji, letters KM is displayed.

Comoros Emoji Flag – Codes πŸ‡° πŸ‡²

Apple NameFlag of ComorosThe emojis which are displayed on your iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch and Apple TV use the Apple colour emoji font installed.
C\U0001f1f0\U0001f1f2For C: General-purpose, procedural computer programming language.
C++\U0001f1f0\U0001f1f2Object Oriented language – Extension of the C programming language
CodepointπŸ‡°: U+1F1F0
πŸ‡²: U+1F1F2
Unicode codepoints
CSS\01F1F0 \01F1F2Cascading Style Sheets describes how HTML elements are to be displayed on screen.
HTML Decimal (Dec)&#127472 ;&#127474 ;When a character does not have an HTML entity, you may use the decimal reference.
HTML Hexadecimal (Hex)&#x1F1F0 ;&#x1F1F2 ;When a character does not have an HTML entity, you may use the hexadecimal (hex) reference.
Java\uD83C\uDDF0\uD83C\uDDF2Class-based object-oriented programming language with very few implementation dependencies.
JavaScript (JS)\uD83C\uDDF0\uD83C\uDDF2Lightweight just-in-time compiled programming language.
JSON\uD83C\uDDF0\uD83C\uDDF2JavaScript Object Notation
Known asComoran Flag 
Perl\x{1F1F0}\x{1F1F2}Originally developed for text manipulation.
PHP\u{1F1F0}\u{1F1F2}Scripting language suited to web development.
Punycodexn--o77heaRepresentation of Unicode with limited ASCII character subset.
Python\U0001f1f0\U0001f1f2For developing desktop GUI applications and web applications.
Ruby\u{1F1F0}\u{1F1F2}Open source programming language with primary focus on simplicity.
Shortcode:flag_km:Shortcut to add features to your website.
URL Escape Code%F0%9F%87%B0%F0%9F%87%B2URLs sent over the Internet should follow a ASCII character-set. All characters needs to be converted into a valid ASCII format. %20 is the most common URL escape code and it represents a space.
UTF-16 hex0xd83c 0xddf0 0xd83c 0xddf2UTF-16 (16-bit Unicode Transformation Format)

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