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  2. Unicode - Wikipedia

    In text processing, Unicode takes the role of providing a unique code point —a number, not a glyph—for each character. In other words, Unicode represents a character in an abstract way and leaves the visual rendering (size, shape, font, or style) to other software, such as a web browser or word processor.

  3. Unicode and email - Wikipedia

    To use Unicode in certain email header fields, e.g. subject lines, sender and recipient names, the Unicode text has to be encoded using a MIME "Encoded-Word" with a Unicode encoding as the charset. To use Unicode in domain part of email addresses, IDNA encoding must traditionally be used.

  4. Unicode input - Wikipedia

    (In versions earlier than Vista, users needed to reboot for it to start working.) Unicode characters can then be entered by holding down Alt, and typing +on the numeric keypad, followed by the hexadecimal code, and then releasing Alt.[2] This may not work for 5-digit hexadecimal codes like U+1F937.

  5. Unicode and HTML - Wikipedia

    In order to support all Unicode characters without resorting to numeric character references, a web page must have an encoding covering all of Unicode. The most popular is UTF-8, where the ASCII characters, such as English letters, digits, and some other common characters are preserved unchanged against ASCII.

  6. InPage - Wikipedia

    InPage is a word processor and page layout software by Concept Software Pvt. Ltd., an Indian information technology company. It is used for languages such as Urdu, Arabic, Balti, Balochi, Burushaski, Pashto, Persian, Punjabi, Sindhi and Shina under Windows and Apple Mac.

  7. List of Unicode characters - Wikipedia

    As of Unicode characters with code points, covering 161 modern and historical scripts, as well as multiple symbol sets. This article includes the 1062 characters in the Multilingual European Character Set 2 subset, and some additional related characters. . Character reference overview. Index of predominant national and selected regional or minority scripts. Alphabetic: [L]ogographic and [S ...

  8. Combining character - Wikipedia

    In Unicode, the main block of combining diacritics for European languages and the International Phonetic Alphabet is U+0300–U+036F. Combining diacritical marks are also present in many other blocks of Unicode characters.