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You can use the # symbol which is the command prompt that superusers/root get by default in many Unix-like shells (including Linux, MacOSX, and Android). Another possible alternative, assuming that your users might have visited one of stackexchange websites is the diamond symbol ♦ that is used here for community moderators. As far as I can tell, there is ...


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By 'html entity' I'm guessing you mean an icon, please correct me or update your question if I am mistaken. If I am right, then you want to distinguish an admin icon from a normal user icon. Therefore whatever icon you use for a normal user, if you take that and couple it with a key or badge icon, it could represent a more advanced version of a user e.g. ...


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I suppose the purpose is to distinguish admin users from normal users in a list of users or in some presentation where different user names may appear. There is no symbol reserved for this purpose, so you need to choose a method suitable for the rendering context, using something that indicates some user names as “more important” or “more powerful”. The ...



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