From: Jonathan Woodburn (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Jul 16 2008 - 13:31:23 CDT
First, let me preface this by saying I have looked at both the
Character Code Charts (http://www.unicode.org/charts/) and a number of
other sites, including alanwood (http://alanwood.net/unicode/
index.html). I have not found the answer I'm looking for there.
I am creating a multilingual font for an internal project and am
looking for what range of characters each language requires. I have
13 languages total and they are as follows:
• Simplified Chinese
• Traditional Chinese
So, for example, Russian would use characters at a code range of
1024-1279 (Cyrillic characters), but that's all I've been able to
gather from my perusing through Unicode. I don't know Cyrillic and
there very well might be more characters elsewhere that would be
necessary. I'm aware that often there is overlap and sometimes
characters from a certain language are found in a number of places.
In any case, if anyone can help me with these thirteen languages, I
would be most grateful. As I said earlier, I have (as of yet) been
unable to find the information elsewhere.
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