¶ is a special character that represents "pi". No, not "pie", "pi". Pi is a symbol that represents a constant. This constant is arrived at by dividing the circumference of a circle by the diameter of the same circle. The answer is invariably a number that continues infinitely. The first digits of pi are 3.14. If for some unknown reason you'd like to see pi to 10,000 digits, you can see it in this file. Be warned, though, it's 117K. So, remember, when you see ¶, its value is 3.14 (rounded), or circumference/diameter (exact).
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