- computing a character set for all languages
Examples from the Web for unicode
Your browser must support the Unicode character set to use this file.Beowulf
While unicode is fairly complete, it does not have every possible character.A Manual of Pronunciation
This also is not available as a Unicode character, so an image has been substituted.The English Village Community
This book contains Unicode characters, such as c (c with combining macron).The Early History of the Colonial Post-Office
Mary E. Woolley
If the following Greek cursive characters (βγε) do not appear, then you may need to select a unicode font.Lachesis Lapponica
Carl von Linn
- A computer standard for encoding characters. Each character is represented by sixteen bits. Whereas ASCII, being an 8-bit encoding scheme, can only represent 256 characters, Unicode has 65,536 combinations, enabling it to encode the letters of all written languages as well as thousands of characters in languages such as Japanese and Chinese.
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