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  2. Attribute (computing) - Wikipedia

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    Multi-valued databases. On many post-relational or multi-valued databases systems, relative to SQL, tables are files, rows are items, and columns are attributes. Both in the database and code, attribute is synonymous with property and variable although attributes can be further defined to contain values and subvalues.

  3. Language localisation - Wikipedia

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    Language localisation (or language localization) is the process of adapting a product's translation to a specific country or region.It is the second phase of a larger process of product translation and cultural adaptation (for specific countries, regions, cultures or groups) to account for differences in distinct markets, a process known as internationalisation and localisation.

  4. UTF-16 - Wikipedia

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    UTF-16 (16-bit Unicode Transformation Format) is a character encoding capable of encoding all 1,112,064 valid character code points of Unicode (in fact this number of code points is dictated by the design of UTF-16).

  5. Help:HTML in wikitext - Wikipedia

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    The MediaWiki software, which drives Wikipedia, allows the use of a subset of HTML 5 elements, or tags and their attributes, for presentation formatting. But most HTML can be included by using equivalent wiki markup or templates; these are generally preferred within articles, as they are sometimes simpler for most editors and less intrusive in the editing window; but Wikipedia's Manual of ...

  6. Han unification - Wikipedia

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    Han unification is an effort by the authors of Unicode and the Universal Character Set to map multiple character sets of the Han characters of the so-called CJK languages into a single set of unified characters.

  7. List of typefaces - Wikipedia

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    A Unicode font is a computer font that maps glyphs to code points defined in the Unicode Standard. The vast majority of modern computer fonts use Unicode mappings, even those fonts which only include glyphs for a single writing system, or even only support the basic Latin alphabet. Fonts which support a wide range of Unicode scripts and Unicode

  8. Numeric character reference - Wikipedia

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    However, if using tools supporting obsolete implementations of HTML, the reference € (Euro sign in the CP-1252 code page) or ¤ (Euro sign in ISO/IEC 8859-15) may work. As another example, if some text was created originally using the MacRoman character set, the left double quotation mark “ will be

  9. Help:Wikitext - Wikipedia

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    Generally, coding can be copied and pasted, without writing new code. There is a short list of markup and tips at Help:Cheatsheet . In addition to wikitext, some HTML elements are also allowed for presentation formatting.