Most Unicode characters have full names, for example
” is "RIGHT DOUBLE QUOTATION MARK". You can find a useful reference here, just type in the character you want to find the full name of and look in the DESCRIPTION column.
Your challenge is to write a program or function that outputs itself as a string of these. You can output as an array, or space/newline separated.
This challenge is scored in characters instead of bytes - Least characters wins!
You can only use characters with descriptions other than
and similar are banned.
External resources are allowed, but those without are generally more interesting.