From: Adisesha Neelaiahgari (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Aug 29 2006 - 23:11:45 CDT
As I am new to this group, I don't know where to add my further comment,
so I am sending my reply to mails.
As James cloos suggested we can get the list from
http://jhcloos.com.nyud.net:8080/utf8s.txt, To some extent this is
helpful, But I could not see all the unicode char symbols here.
Mainly I am looking for a .txt file having all this characters(same like
charts in .pdf), so that I will insert some characters in to my Database
using "DTS Import" option from sqlserver or using "ChrW" in .net program
(Microsoft.VisualBasic.ChrW(System.Convert.ToInt32(hex, 6)). Since I
couldn't find any .txt file with all these characters I can not import
and "ChrW" is not converting all unicodes I can not use even this.
Hope the issue is clear now
Thanks in advance
From: James Cloos [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Wednesday, August 30, 2006 1:13 AM
To: Adisesha Neelaiahgari
Subject: Re: Unicode characters List instead of hexadecimal equivalent
You can grab a partial such file at:
It only has the characters which are explicitly in UnicodeData.txt and
which do not have a < or > in their name field.
The format is:
<HEX> <tab> <[> <space> <CHARACTER> <]> <tab> <NAME>
(The space is used so that combining characters have something to
If you view it in a bidi-aware app, the formatting will probably break
for the r2l characters.
It is based on the current version of UnicodeData.
-- James Cloos <firstname.lastname@example.org> OpenPGP: 0xED7DAEA6
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