Unicode education in Schools

Richard Wordingham via Unicode unicode at unicode.org
Sat Aug 26 08:50:49 CDT 2017

On Fri, 25 Aug 2017 12:57:37 +0100 (BST)
William_J_G Overington via Unicode <unicode at unicode.org> wrote:

> UTF-16 is very useful. I use it in my research project.

> If the byte content of a UTF-16 file is displayed in a hexadecimal
> display then for all plane 0 characters the byte content of the
> character codes are thereby displayed directly.

But only plane 0.

How tedious (and expensive) would it be to obtain a licence to convert,
and freely share, the UCD to UTF-8 or UTF-16?  The code charts might
have to be a separate issue because of the fonts.

> Also, all characters that can be encoded in Unicode can be stored in
> a UTF-16 file.

Or UTF-8.  UTF-32 support is a bit limited.


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