- On Wikipedia, a number sign, hash sign, pound sign or hashtag
**(#)**may refer to one of the following uses: Number signs used in wiki markup. Number signs used to create ordered lists; Number signs used to link to a section of a page; Due to technical restrictions, number signs are not allowed in page titles.

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**numbers**(not about numerals). Topics include powers of ten, notable integers, prime and cardinal**numbers,**and the myriad system.3 days ago · 4 ( four) is a

**number, numeral**and digit. It is the natural**number**following 3 and preceding 5. It is the smallest semiprime and composite**number,**and is considered unlucky in many East Asian cultures.＊ Contents 1 In mathematics 2 List of basic calculations 3 Evolution of the Hindu-Arabic digit 4 In religion 4.1 Buddhism- four
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**Number****sign**, Hash, Octothorpe, Sharp: 0004 U+0024 $ 36 044 Dollar**sign**: 0005 U+0025 % 37 045 Percent**sign**: 0006 U+0026 & 38 046 Ampersand: 0007 U+0027 ' 39 047 Apostrophe: 0008 U+0028 ( 40 050 Left parenthesis: 0009 U+0029 ) 41 051 Right parenthesis: 0010 U+002A * 42 052 Asterisk: 0011 U+002B + 43 053 Plus**sign**: 0012 U+002C , 44 054 Comma: 0013 ...3 days ago ·

**1000 or one thousand**is the natural number following 999 and preceding 1001. In most English-speaking countries, it can be written with or without a comma or sometimes a period separating the thousands digit: 1,000 .- one thousand
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Sep 22, 2022 · Tell us about your Wikipedia Map is showing how many articles of each European language there were (as of January 2019).

**1 square**represents 10,000 articles. Languages with less than 10,000 articles are represented with one square. Languages are grouped by language family and each language family is presented by a separate colour. Germanic [ edit]