Cyrillic Millions Sign
The "Cyrillic Millions Sign, Unicode Character U+0489, (or ? to Firefox) is a character that contrary to what many newfags believe, is not responsible for rendering characters in the opposite direction. It's just %E2%80%AE. Anything typed after inserting the ಥ .siht ekil gnihtemos skool taht epyt fo enil a ni tluser lliw retcarahc NB. If you are viewing this Safari made page with Firefox, you should be seeing the following: File:Backward-text.png (instead of: "Anything typed after inserting the character will result in a line of type that looks something like this." which is not what Safari users are seeing when viewing this Safari made page.).
There really are no applicable uses for the symbol besides being hilarious. When put in the topic line of many forums, it reverses the text in the window frame, for example "Mozilla Firefox" would appear backwards. Though, that isn't very useful either. Comes in useful for distracting yourself from your otherwise empty life by consuming an entire day attempting to make an article about it on a wiki work. And giving yourself a massive headache in the process. Will make spellcheck and EDiots shit bricks. The RTL OVERRIDE character (at codepoint 8238) has the same effect. Change your name to the symbol in msn messenger and your friends will see everything you type backwards, but you won't, for multiple blocking
- Divide By Zero
- Changing character encoding to Windows-1256
- Combining Cyrillic Millions Sign (Firefox) (another method)
Cyrillic Millions Sign is part of a series on the cancer that is killing /b/.