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No, you cannot. There is a very simple reason for this too. All characters in a font have a little bit of whitespace to its left and right side. Without this, the characters would touch each other (in the current font design systems, anyway). In addition, it's debatable what 'the left edge' is, for any given character and/or font. For instance, do you count ...


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Based on what you're asking I would use unicode values when entering data or content into a database and you are offering an API or someone needs to pull data from the API. Actually rendered characters can cause issues over time or depending on how the code is written can cause catastrophic effects to the rendered output. Another reason you would use ...


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It's pretty subjective once you get into different widths of spaces down to such minute details. I don't believe you'll find a specific usage because one does not exist. The main difference among other space characters is their width. U+2000..U+2006 are standard quad widths used in typography. U+2007 FIGURE SPACE has a fixed width, known as tabular ...



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