Re: How to convert special characters into unicode?

From: Chris Jacobs (
Date: Thu Feb 06 2003 - 00:52:30 EST

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    You mean like this?

    The following is two times the zodiac [ U+2648 ... U+2653 ]

    Mortbats Zodiac:


    [ Needs Mortbats font to display, ]

    Unicode Zodiac:


    [ Needs e.g. Arial Unicode MS to display ]

    The upper of these two zodiacs will give wrong unicode numbers, the lower will give the right numbers.

    ----- Original Message -----
    From: "SRIDHARAN Aravind" <>
    To: "Chris Jacobs" <>
    Sent: Thursday, February 06, 2003 4:57 AM
    Subject: RE: How to convert special characters into unicode?

    Yes, I have Czech language by default in my windows 2000.
    But the thing is that when I convert it into unicode, it goes corrupt - in the sense- the unicode value gets corrupt.
    I don't know why?
    I believe Notepad just fools around me.
    It just make me believe my eyes that the value is the desired special character.

    Thank you.

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