Why is ubuntu a character?

See what this simple code produces:


Does it depend on the OS? (I am using Linux Mint).



div:before { content:"\f200"; }

Note. I was using an ionic structure when I discovered it, but there is no need to include any library to see the symbol.


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This question has already been answered on another stackexchange site, AskUbuntu

In short, it is a symbol because this section of the unicode space is free for personal use and the ubuntu font designer decided this was what they should be doing.



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