Character in filename that makes it sorted in last position in Windows

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A common trick to have files sorted first in Windows Explorer is to add the _ character as prefix, as displayed in the screenshot below.

Question: Which character can I add to the filename to have a file always in last position, after all other files?

Of course, adding Z (or ZZ, ZZZ, etc.) works, but it gives weird filenames such as ZZZOtherInformation.txt.

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Answer

The information given in the post What is the first character in the sort order used by Windows Explorer?, and especially in this answer, is that non-English symbols follow English ones in this order:

Latin (ordered by Unicode value (U+xxxx))  
Greek (ordered by Unicode value (U+xxxx))  
Cyrillic (ordered by Unicode value (U+xxxx))   
Hebrew (ordered by Unicode value (U+xxxx))  
Arabic (ordered by Unicode value (U+xxxx))

You may then choose from these non-English alphabets any letter that you like, for example Omega : Ω. Every file-name starting with this letter will follow any file-names composed using the Latin alphabet.