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Power BI Desktop/DAX – Using Unicode (Arrows) as Measures in a Table

I was helping out in the Power BI Community and I came across the following requirement.

The user had sales figures and based on the Previous month, they wanted to have an arrow showing if it was up or down. 556 more words

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CP949 Table in Unicode

CP949 테이블의  문자를 Unicode에 정의된 이름으로 출력해본다.

#!/usr/bin/env python
# -*- encoding: utf-8 -*-
import unicodedata

CP949 table

the output of this script should have the same as

for lead in range(0x81, 0xF0):
	# these range not exist
	if lead in :
	for pt in range(0x40, 0xFF+0x1):
		str = ''.join(map(chr, ))
		# print str
		print "# %02x%02x" % (lead, pt),
			uni = str.decode('cp949')
			text = unicodedata.name(uni)
			print str, text
		except UnicodeDecodeError:
			print "not exist"

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Google Fixes Unicode #Vulnerability in #Chrome58

Chrome 58 has fixed the Unicode vulnerability, dubbed Punycode, in its most recent update to prevent phishing attacks. #Unicode

Where have my emoji gone?

Bob, what were your six biggest challenges in developing pdf?

Dave, that’s easy. Fonts, fonts, fonts, fonts, fonts and fonts. In that order.

The most noticeable limitation of Text Collector is that when it converts your text messages to pdf, it drops emoticons.

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Last Week on My Mac: New Macs and bad characters

We all like wishlists, and we like most of all when they come true. The snag is that my wishlists are not the same as yours, and when it comes to Macs, there is little in the way of consensus. 913 more words


Unicode spoofing: when an аррӏе isn't an apple at all

There’s an excellent demonstration of a Unicode spoof going round at the moment. Click on a link which looks like it’s https://аррӏе.com and you’ll not end up seeing a page from Apple, but your eyes and your browser will have been diverted to a completely different site, which just looks the same in Unicode. 661 more words


Chrome, Firefox, and Opera users beware: This isn’t the apple.com you want

(Source: arstechnica.com)

If you’re using Chrome, Firefox, or Opera to view websites, you should be aware of a weakness that can trick even savvy people into trusting malicious impostor sites that want you to download software or enter your password or credit card data. 625 more words