Re: Subj: Displaying Chinese characters and Chu Nom characters

From: James Kass (
Date: Tue Dec 14 2004 - 01:34:01 CST

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    > Paul wrote:
    > > ,,the Unicode number assigned to this character is U+21a38, and when
    > > inputting this number into the Unicode look-up chart, the box is
    > > blank. Is there a way i can make characters up in this block of
    > > Unicode display in my browser, and if so, what would i have to do?

    Here's a page from Alan Wood about Unicode's Plane Two, in which
    CJK Unified Ideographs Extension B characters are assigned:

    As Doug Ewell mentions, not too many fonts cover Plane Two.

    If you have a small set of glyphs to be displayed from Plane Two,
    you might try accessing the graphics at the Unicode web site. For
    the chu nom character you request, the HTML code would be:
    <img src="">

    Best regards,

    James Kass

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