About Normalization Charts
The Normalization Charts provide charts of the characters in Unicode that
differ from at least one of their normalization forms (C, D, KC, KD).
- The index pages are ordered by the following:
- By script, unless the script is COMMON or INHERITED
- By general category, in the latter two cases
- Within each chart page, the code points are sorted by folded NFKD,
to place related characters next to one another.
- To keep the size of the Hangul chart manageable, characters U+AD00..U+D6FF
(관..훿) are omitted.
- The characters added in the last release are in yellow.
Otherwise, to help pick out cells visually, the more interesting ones have a light
blue background. The other cells have grayed-out text.
- The more interesting ones are:
- C: if different than the character
- D: if different than C
- KC: if different than C
- KD: if different than KC and D
- If your browser supports tool-tips, then hovering your mouse over cells
will show the names of the characters.
- For more information, see UAX
#15: Unicode Normalization Forms.
To properly view these charts, you need to have an updated browser, and Unicode fonts (such as the Noto Fonts)
that cover the characters you are interested in.