# How to write appropriate numbers in non of math, physics and chemistry sites in stackexchange? [closed]

in my question in my ell.stackexchange account, I want that look like user$$20445$$ instead of user20445.

How can I do this? I am not comfortable with these inappropriate numbers.

• I wonder if Unicode has different types of numerals... user➀➄➁➄➈ I did find this. But note: if you use some special way to write your username (such as MathJax), then we cannot talk to you by clicking on it or copying it... The result user$20445$ does not refer to you, user20445 . – GEdgar Mar 15 '20 at 13:25
• @GEdgar you see 15259? How? – aminabzz Mar 15 '20 at 14:56
• 15259 was just a sample, using those numerals in circles. – GEdgar Mar 15 '20 at 16:06
• Because you seem to be asking about how to change the appearance of your(?) username on StackExchange sites other than this one, I've vote to close as off-topic. That said, the Question does not seem to state a clear issue about which one might get support. – hardmath Mar 17 '20 at 1:55