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Monday, December 22, 2014
 

Getting Started Guide


Unicode 5.0 From 50,000 Feet

Richard Gillam

By now, there's probably no one reading this magazine who hasn't at least heard of Unicode. In its 15-year history, Unicode has become the character encoding standard of choice in new applications. It's the default encoding of HTML and XML; it's the fundamental character type in programming languages such as Java, C# and Javascript; and it's the internal character encoding in the Windows and Macintosh operating systems. Virtually all Unix flavors include support for it, too. Unicode is to computing in the twenty-first century what the American Standard Code for Information Interchange (ASCII) was to computing in the twentieth century ... For immediate access to the current issue of MultiLingual, subscribe to the digital version. Already a subscriber?


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Above excerpt taken from the April/May 2007 issue of MultiLingual published by MultiLingual Computing, Inc., 319 North First Avenue, Suite 2, Sandpoint, Idaho 83864-1495 USA, 208-263-8178, Fax: 208-263-6310. Subscribe

April/May, 2007