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Unicode Character Search
Information about Unicode characters including font support and steps to produce in various systems.
2 days ago by redoPop
Charbase: A visual unicode database
Charbase is a visual database of characters from the Unicode 6.1 standard, made available without clutter.
Unicode  typography 
7 days ago by amoore
Unicode Emoji 12.0 — final for 2019
Emoji 12 image Emoji 12.0 data has been released with 59 new emoji.
unicode  emoji  blog-posts 
9 days ago by mikael
Shapecatcher: Draw the Unicode character you want!
And let shapecatcher help you to find the most similar unicode characters!
Currently, there are 11817 unicode character glyphs in the database. Japanese, Korean and Chinese characters are currently not supported.
unicode  search 
11 days ago by vancura
open-i18n/rust-unic: UNIC: Unicode and Internationalization Crates for Rust
UNIC is a project to develop components for the Rust programming language to provide high-quality and easy-to-use crates for Unicode and Internationalization data and algorithms. In other words, it's like ICU for Rust, written completely in Rust, mostly in safe mode, but also benefiting from performance gains of unsafe mode when possible.
rust  unicode  internationalization 
11 days ago by spl
Character Model for the World Wide Web 1.0: Fundamentals
The word 'character' is used in many contexts, with different meanings. Human cultures have radically differing writing systems, leading to radically differing concepts of a character. Such wide variation in end user experience can, and often does, result in misunderstanding. This variation is sometimes mistakenly seen as the consequence of imperfect technology. Instead, it derives from the great flexibility and creativity of the human mind and the long tradition of writing as an important part of the human cultural heritage. The alphabetic approach used by scripts such as Latin, Cyrillic and Greek is only one of several possibilities.

EXAMPLE: A character in Japanese hiragana and katakana scripts corresponds to a syllable (usually a combination of consonant plus vowel).

EXAMPLE: Korean Hangul combines symbols for individual sounds of the language into square blocks, each of which represents a syllable. Depending on the user and the application, either the individual symbols or the syllabic clusters can be considered to be characters.

EXAMPLE: In Indic scripts each consonant letter carries an inherent vowel that is eliminated or replaced using semi-regular or irregular ways to combine consonants and vowels into clusters. Depending on the user and the application, either individual consonants or vowels, or the consonant or consonant-vowel clusters can be perceived as characters.

EXAMPLE: In Arabic and Hebrew vowel sounds are typically not written at all. When they are written they are indicated by the use of combining marks placed above and below the consonantal letters.
text  writing  standards  web  unicode 
12 days ago by rybesh
Character Model for the World Wide Web: String Matching
This part of the Character Model for the World Wide Web covers string matching—the process by which a specification or implementation defines whether two string values are the same or different from one another. It describes the ways in which texts that are semantically equivalent can be encoded differently and the impact this has on matching operations important to formal languages (such as those used in the formats and protocols that make up the Web).
unicode  text  web  standards  semantics 
12 days ago by rybesh

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