last night that shows code charts for all of Unicode with UTF-8, UTF-16 and
UTF-32 values. If you are interested in trying it out, it is at
http://www.macchiato.com/unicode/charts.html. Feedback is welcome
- The characters you can see are limited to the fonts your browser handles.
For Windows, Unicode Arial MS is quite nice.
- Don't hit CR to search; actually hit the buttons.
- Netscape has a refresh problem if you resize. Hit the Find button to
refresh the screen.
- Illegal values (D800..DFFF, **FFFE, **FFFF) are marked in red
- The character you searched for is marked with green
- Control characters are not displayable in HTML/XML, and are replaced with
- Codepoints are in the cell, under the character
- UTF-8 values are on the left
- UTF-16 values (where different than the codepoint) are on the right
- In both cases, the last digit is replaced by "_": substitute the last
digit of the codepoint.
- If you go above 10FFFF or below 0, you wrap around.
Mark Davis, IBM Center for Java Technology, Cupertino
(408) 777-5850 [fax: 5891], email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
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