From: Frank Yung-Fong Tang (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Jun 08 2005 - 22:42:05 CDT
I hack together this page for a while but I keep forgotting to link it and I
forgot the URL for 1.5 years. Finally I found it. You may want to take a
2005/6/6, Philippe VERDY <email@example.com>:
> > Message du 06/06/05 18:01
> > andreas, le Sun 05 Jun 2005 21:19:13 +0200, a dit :
> > > I wonder if someone has a word document or some unicode data encoded
> > > UTF8 to share with me? Something like "Hello World" but in many
> > > different languages.
> > See "usefull resources" on http://unicode.org/ :
> > http://www.trigeminal.com/samples/provincial.html
> > http://www.columbia.edu/kermit/utf8.html
> Why not also the example page showing the many translations of "The World
> Speaks Unicode", simply on the Unicode website itself?
> OK this is HTML, but it is a Unicode demonstration by itself.
> See also the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on the UN website. Not
> all are encoded with Unicode (some languages are still only shown as
> rendered bitmaps, but it is also a good example to start with).
> See also the CLDR database itself, which contains data for lots of
> locales: for example the various names for designating the countries or
> language names. These XML files are also encoded with Unicode (UTF-8 being
> the default for XML).
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