From: Patrick Andries (Patrick.Andries@xcential.com)
Date: Wed Jul 07 2004 - 13:42:46 CDT
Mike Ayers a écrit :
> > From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]On
> > Behalf Of FischRon.firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Say, I have given a 2-Byte Unicode character code. How can I quickly
> > find out, how the corresponding
> > character *should* look like according to the standard?
> > From the Unicode standards page (FAQ and Search), it seems that it is
> > easy to find the code point,
> > when one knows the character name. I would like to do the reverse,
> > though.
> Use the code charts:
> As you hold the mouse over each link, look at the status bar
> of your browser which shows the link name. You will see the final
> part of the link name is "U" followed by hex digits followed by
> ".pdf". The hex digits are the first codepoint in that block. The
> charts are in ascending order - top to bottom, left to right. Once
> you find the chart you want, finding the character should be no problem.
[PA] Personally, I often use Babelmap and Code 2000 as default font,
easy to see the character properties and come with English or a French
UI with corresponding character names. Also nice to test the script,
cut and paste the characters, etc.
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