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Celebrate your accomplishments, big or small, with the Hundred Points emoji! This emoji shows a colored illustration of the number 100 written in red, with two short lines drawn under it for emphasis.

One interesting aspect of this emoji is how it is not in a straight line. This was purposely done to make it resemble how teachers grade exams. By doing so, the 100% emoji, or hundred emoji, paid homage to its origins.

The 100 percent emoji originated from Japan, where it is customary for teachers to apply a stamp, in addition to a perfect 100 percent score on an exam paper, to signal that a student scored very well.

Regarding usage, this particular emoji is used in the same way the number 100 is used, to describe an amount or as a shortcut for 100%. This emoji can also be used to express the phrase “keep it at a hundred,” which is basically a more informal way of saying, “well done,” “great job,” or “keep it real.”

Share this emoji if you would like to say โ€œI agree,โ€ but in a different way. Feel free to share this emoji, as a reaction, if you’ve just come across something you wholeheartedly support and believe in. If someone said something true, but in a brutally savage way, and you really, really liked it, go ahead and use the Hundred Points emoji to react to it!

๐Ÿ’ฏ Hundred Points is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 6.0 which was introduced in 2010.

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100% emoji

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Hundred Points Emoji History

Hundred Points Emoji is created in the year 2010.

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