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  • proper n. A series of character encoding standards intended to support the characters used by a large number of the world’s languages.
  • proper n. The Unicode standards together with standards for representing character strings as byte strings.

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  • Unicode is helping to fix that, but Microsoft had to come around to a standard it didn't control.

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  • The first one is not in Unicode, but the second one is.

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  • Well, because the ANSI version of the function just converts its strings to Unicode and the calls the Unicode version of the function.

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  • To extend this limit to 32,767 widecharacters, call the Unicode version of the function and prepend

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  • If he knew to do that, which most people don't. my company, we decided to do everything internally in UCS-2 (two byte) Unicode, which is what

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  • · Combined Unicode / Hex mode (call Unicode mode twice) · More modern RegEx search library

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  • It calls a Unicode-only API directly without any kind of conversions.

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  • One is for the user to adapt even in pen-based computing, the standard character set their handwriting style, so that their characters are a used is ASCII as opposed to Unicode, which is the standar - closer match to the recognizer's pre-stored models; the dized character set that contains all characters of every other way is to adapt the recognizer's pre-stored models; to language throughout the world. be a closer match with the user's character forms

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  • Third, when I download results from quizzes, all of the question marks, percent symbols, and single and double quotes in students' answers have been replaced by 'Unicode' codes e.g. ''' replaces every '?'

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  • Technology preparation such as Unicode, multilingual browser settings, the right printer drivers, programs and collections are just the thin edge of the wedge.

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