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Q I am writing a book in Pages, and need to quote some Sanskrit verses in their Roman transliteration. Although I can use accented Latin characters for most of this, some such as an ’n’ with a dot underneath it do not appear in that character set, at least not when using Palatino. 212 more words
XML and ABAP, proposing a solution program for: An invalid XML character (Unicode: xxxx) was found in the element content of the document.
Unicode has almost 100,000 separate character encodings. It’s meant to be universal, encoding every imaginable character for every language—from the familiar Latin, Greek, and Cyrillic alphabets, to the logograms of East Asia (known in the trade as CJK characters, for Chinese–Japanese–Korean), to exotic scripts little-known in the West like N’Ko and ‘Phags-pa. 418 more words
Unicode, the standard behind the emoji language, released an update Wednesday — and it includes one emoji the Internet has been clamoring for.
Yes, Unicode 8… 282 more words