From: Doug Ewell (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Mar 04 2003 - 11:12:23 EST
David Oftedal <david at start dot no> wrote:
> Hm yes, so I see, but I should have been more specific, I actually
> need an app that can do this automatically, either in ansi C, Perl,
> or a Linux binary. I need to call it from a script, so it's got to
> happen automatically. The find-replace to add the 0x I can do, so
> it's just a matter of converting glyphs to codes.
From ANSI C, simply write:
printf("0x%04X ", c);
for any Unicode character c. The pattern "%04X" writes the value of its
argument in uppercase hex, using at least 4 hex digits (expanding to
more than 4 or adding leading zeros as necessary).
I added a space after the "X" to handle multi-character output (e.g.
0x00E6 0x00F8 0x00E5), as you said you needed.
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