Various handy symbols to use in a command line UI

symbol

list_symbols()

Format

A named list, see names(symbol) for all sign names.

Details

On Windows they have a fallback to less fancy symbols.

list_symbols() prints a table with all symbols to the screen.

Examples

cat(symbol$tick, " SUCCESS\n", symbol$cross, " FAILURE\n", sep = "")
#> ✔ SUCCESS #> ✖ FAILURE
## All symbols cat(paste(format(names(symbol), width = 20), unlist(symbol)), sep = "\n")
#> tick ✔ #> cross ✖ #> star ★ #> square ▇ #> square_small ◻ #> square_small_filled ◼ #> circle ◯ #> circle_filled ◉ #> circle_dotted ◌ #> circle_double ◎ #> circle_circle ⓞ #> circle_cross ⓧ #> circle_pipe Ⓘ #> circle_question_mark ?⃝ #> bullet ● #> dot ․ #> line ─ #> double_line ═ #> ellipsis … #> continue … #> pointer ❯ #> info ℹ #> warning ⚠ #> menu ☰ #> smiley ☺ #> mustache ෴ #> heart ♥ #> arrow_up ↑ #> arrow_down ↓ #> arrow_left ← #> arrow_right → #> radio_on ◉ #> radio_off ◯ #> checkbox_on ☒ #> checkbox_off ☐ #> checkbox_circle_on ⓧ #> checkbox_circle_off Ⓘ #> fancy_question_mark ❓ #> neq ≠ #> geq ≥ #> leq ≤ #> times × #> upper_block_1 ▔ #> upper_block_4 ▀ #> lower_block_1 ▁ #> lower_block_2 ▂ #> lower_block_3 ▃ #> lower_block_4 ▄ #> lower_block_5 ▅ #> lower_block_6 ▆ #> lower_block_7 ▇ #> lower_block_8 █ #> full_block █ #> sup_0 ⁰ #> sup_1 ¹ #> sup_2 ² #> sup_3 ³ #> sup_4 ⁴ #> sup_5 ⁵ #> sup_6 ⁶ #> sup_7 ⁷ #> sup_8 ⁸ #> sup_9 ⁹ #> sup_minus ⁻ #> sup_plus ⁺ #> play ▶ #> stop ■ #> record ● #> figure_dash ‒ #> en_dash – #> em_dash — #> dquote_left “ #> dquote_right ” #> squote_left ‘ #> squote_right ’