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Monday, May 25, 2015


A user poll: access to the Unicode Standard

Asmus Freytag

The Unicode Standard has been in publication since 1991, and it is now in version 4.1. Originally, the only documentation was the book, later augmented by a CD-ROM. The CD-ROM contains a copy of the Unicode Character Database (UCD), which is also available online. Since Unicode 3.0, there have been online PDF files covering the text of the standard as well as the code charts. Since 1996, there have been online editions of Unicode Technical Reports (UTRs) and later Unicode Technical Standards (UTSs) as well as Unicode Standard Annexes (UAXs)

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January/February, 2006