The Java method Character.isLowSurrogate() is used to determine whether the specified character is a low surrogate. In Unicode UTF-16 encoding, characters outside of the basic multilingual plane (BMP) are represented as a pair of 16-bit code units called surrogates. A low surrogate is the second code unit of a surrogate pair. This method returns true if the character is a low surrogate, and false otherwise. It is commonly used in conjunction with the Character.isHighSurrogate() method to check if a character is part of a surrogate pair.
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