html - Is there an upside down caret character?

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There's ▲: ▲ and ▼: ▼

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Don't forget the (logical and) and (logical or) characters, that's what I use for indicating sort direction: HTML entities ∧ & ∨ respectively.

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There's always a lowercase "v". But seriously, aside from Unicode, all I can find would be &darr, which looks like ↓.

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An upside-down circumflex is called a caron, or a háček.

It has an HTML entity in the TADS Latin-2 extension to HTML: ˇ and looks like this: ˇ which unfortunately doesn't display in the same size/proportion as the ^ caret.

Or you can use the unicode U+30C.

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˅˅˅˅˅˅˅˅˅˅˅˅˅˅˅˅˅˅˅˅˅

 ˅˅˅ Hǝɹǝ,s ɐ ɯɐʇɔɥᴉuƃ sǝʇ˙ ˅˅˅
 ˄˄˄ Here's a matching set. ˄˄˄

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"Actual size": ˅˄˅˄
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⋁⋁⋁⋁⋁⋁⋁⋁⋁⋁ Unicode #8897 / U+22C1 (info) named N-ARY LOGICAL OR

⋀⋀⋀⋀⋀⋀⋀⋀⋀⋀ Unicode #8896 / U+22C0 (info) named N-ARY LOGICAL AND

"Actual size": ⋁⋀⋁⋀

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