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This PDF file is an excerpt from The Unicode Standard, Version , issued by the tion, however the PDF files have not been modified to reflect the corrections. Unicode is a computing industry standard for the consistent encoding, representation, and .. of the standard, including the core specification, standard annexes and code charts, is freely available in PDF format on the Unicode website. Request PDF on ResearchGate | On Aug 1, , Mark Needleman and others published The Unicode Standard.
A Code Point Label may be used to identify a nameless code point. The Name remains blank, which can prevent inadvertently replacing, in documentation, a Control Name with a true Control code.
These code points otherwise cannot be used this rule is ignored often in practice especially when not using UTF A small set of code points are guaranteed never to be used for encoding characters, although applications may make use of these code points internally if they wish. The set of noncharacters is stable, and no new noncharacters will ever be defined.
Excluding surrogates and noncharacters leaves 1,, code points available for use. Private-use code points are considered to be assigned characters, but they have no interpretation specified by the Unicode standard  so any interchange of such characters requires an agreement between sender and receiver on their interpretation.
Graphic characters are characters defined by Unicode to have particular semantics, and either have a visible glyph shape or represent a visible space.
As of Unicode This is sufficient for all known character-encoding requirements, including full coverage of all historic scripts of the world.
It should be noted that Unicode encodes scripts for languages, rather than just for languages. Systems that are written for more than one language share sets of graphical symbols that have historically related derivations.
The union of all those graphical symbols is treated as a single collection of characters for encoding and is identified as a single script. Many scripts especially Latin are used to write many languages. Please see Appendix 03 for the complete list of supported scripts.
Depending on the level of Unicode support in the browser used and whether the necessary fonts are installed, you may have display problems for some of the translations, particularly with complex scripts such as Arabic. It makes the assumption that the Tai Don and Jinping scripts will be unified with the Tai Viet script, and seeks to make a determination of what Tai Don or Jinping characters need to be added to the Tai Viet character repertoire in order to write those languages.
Description of the Tai languages and writing system; reasons for choosing the proposed character set and comments on selected characters; plus proposed character set and writing samples. For review and feedback — Please respond to the e-mail address provided in the document.
The following documents contain the same content as the one above, but are broken into smaller files for the benefit of those with low-speed connections. Description of the Tai languages and writing system; reasons for choosing the proposed character set and comments on selected characters; for review and feedback — Please respond to the e-mail address provided in the document.
Revised version of discussion paper for review by ISO stakeholders. Contact us here.Unicode data can be used through many different systems without data corruption. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Within these categories, there are subdivisions. Character encodings. Unicode maintains a list of uniquely named character sequences for abstract characters that are not directly encoded in Unicode.
Systems that recognize Unicode can consistently read and process data from different languages.