Unicode Explained by Jukka K. Korpela
Unicode Explained Jukka K. Korpela ebook
Publisher: O'Reilly Media
ISBN: 059610121X, 9780596101213
If you have ever written a function that returned another function, you probably may have used Unicode is a standard that assigns a unique number (called a code point) for every character that you can think of in any language (from English to Arabic to Devanagari to Chinese and beyond). Unicode is a code table that translates a character to something else (in this case a number), very similar to, for example, Morse code (character to tones) and Braille (characters to dots). It's free, open source, highly customizable and scriptable. They store letters and other characters by assigning a number for each one. Containing everything you need to understand Unicode, this comprehensive reference from O'Reilly takes you on a detailed guide through the complex character world. Joe Clark says: 2009-02-13 at 21:32. Internationalize Documents, Programs, and Web SitesFundamentally, computers just deal with numbers. Posted by BooksTube at 6:14 PM Unicode enables a single software product or website to be targeted across multiple platforms, languages and countries without re-engineering. Discussed and explained many times - all NAS key services like AFP or SAMBA are making use of UTF8 Unicode for encoding file and older names. Unison is a pretty awesome file synchronizing utility. Surely the HTTP header approach is what articles and examples should encourage when it comes to encoding documents on the web? It does, however, have one big flaw: it doesn't support Unicode. A CLOSURE is a function object that remembers values in enclosing scopes regardless of whether those scopes are still present in memory.
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