# Re: Code Point -- What is the integer?

From: Sivakatirswami (katir@hindu.org)
Date: Thu Apr 28 2005 - 14:47:10 CST

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OK, the diagram for the little article has this:

A = 65 = U+0041 =
0000 000 0100 0001

ka = 2965 = U+0B95 =
1011 0100 0010 0101

(where "ka" is the tamil glyph for that character)

If this has a problem, let me know. Thanks!

Sannyasin Sivakatirswami
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On Apr 28, 2005, at 6:09 AM, Simon Montagu wrote:

>> So I we want to be able to say, for the layman:
>> "The entire Tamil alphabet is contained between characters 2560 and
>> 2843 in the unicode series" But one need sto
>> a) be able find where those blocks are (where do you go to find the
>> blocks beginning and endings for different languages)
>> b) be able to translate "U+0BE6" (which is a position in the Tamil
>> set) back to a simple integer in the series. If I just "do the math*
>> using the same correlation for the Letter A ["0041" = "65"therefore
>> 0BE6 must equal **** ] ... will it be correct?
>> I'm hoping I can go somewhere to find this info easily from some
>> tables....
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