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Q&A: Mixed Arabic and Roman script

Q One of the trickier tasks that I have to do is prepare labels containing mixed Arabic and Roman script. Clients normally send the text as image files, but sometimes it comes in Word documents; the latter become reversed when I open them in Word on my Mac, although our office PC displays them correctly. 166 more words


Daily trends set in PragmataPro

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Fabrizio Schiavi

Understanding unicode in python and writing text in devanagri script

This Unicode HOWTO by Python Software Foundation is a short but informative read about Unicode handling in python. Understanding the brief history of characters standardization from ASCII to Unicode is important not only when you’re working on the stuff that needs it but also since more and more services interact with each other over Web and internationalization (or localization or l10n) is omnipresent. 478 more words

Unicode and .NET


Scope of this page

This is a big topic. Don’t expect this page to do more than scratch the surface – indeed, if you believe you’re already fairly experienced and knowledgeable about character encodings and the like, this page may well not have anything new or useful for you. 3,399 more words