Python: unicode characters by name

Hey all 🀘!
Did you know you can display unicode characters in python by their name? Like this:

>>> '\N{SIGN OF THE HORNS}'
'🀘'
>>> '\N{KANGXI RADICAL HAND}'
'βΌΏ'
>>> '\N{VICTORY HAND}'
'✌'

I didn't.
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