From: Hohberger, Clive (CHohberger@zebra.com)
Date: Sat Jul 25 2009 - 08:44:30 CDT
Over the last decade I developed a bar code symbology which is designed to support Unicode 5 and all future versions of Unicode which encode codepoints on Code planes 0 - 16 only.
The specification is about to be released by the AIM technical Symbology Committee (of which I am a member) for 30 day public review prior to issuance as a specification. I will post information on the access and public review process when it is ready.
But I have a simple but annoying problem which I'm sure someone has solved. I am trying to encode the following Korean Zoo cage label as an Ultracode example:
표본: C. Bothrops jararaca 유래: 브라질
보고: 20090323.BR27A3gk4 저자: A. Magellães
I'm sure Windows must have some facility, or there is a utility program, to allow me to click on the Hangul and retrieve the UTF-16. Can anybody enlighten me?
Clive P. Hohberger, PhD
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