Rick, Harry, Bill, others - if you ever have to convert from various
Unicode to escape sequences for a programming language or HTML, take a
good look at Richard Ishida's tool below.
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From: Richard Ishida <ishida at w3.org>
Date: Oct 29, 2007 5:34 AM
Subject: Version 6 of Unicode Converter now available
To: WWW International <www-international at w3.org>, Unicode Mailing List
<unicode at unicode.org>
For those of you who use this.
This web-based tool helps you convert between a number of Unicode
escape and code formats.
Changes in version 6:
* Convert to and from CSS escape notation
* Convert from HTML/XML code with escapes to code with just characters
* Convert < > " or & in HTML/XML code to entities
* Option to show ASCII characters when converting to NCRs
* View a set of characters in UniView by clicking on the View in
For CSS output I chose the 6-figure version with no optional space,
since I thought it was clearest. I've had a request to change it to
the shortest form (4 or 6 figures) followed by space. If other people
prefer that, I may change it.
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