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Unicode[edit]

Encodings and Symbols[edit]

Overview
Unicode
Planes
Blocks
Code Points
Character Properties
Latin Script
Encodings I
Common Encodings
Comparison of Encodings
UTF-8
UTF-16
UTF-32
Percent-encoding
Encodings II
Uncommon or Deprecated Encodings
Universal Character Set
UCS Characters
UTF-1
UTF-7
UTF-EBCDIC
UTF-9 and UTF-18 Hoaxes
Special Codepoints
Specials
Control Characters
C0 and C1 Control Codes
Null Character
Zero-width, Breaking Space
Zero-width, Non-breaking Space
Zero-width Joiner
Zero-width Non-joiner
Newline
Page Break
Byte Order Mark
Private Use Areas
Symbols I
Latin
Basic Latin
Latin-1 Supplement
Greek and Coptic
Cyrillic
Hebrew
Symbols II
Latin Special
Space
Non-breaking Space
Whitespace
Hyphen
Soft Hyphen
Symbols III
Latin Extended
Latin Extended-A
Latin Extended-B
Latin Extended-C
Latin Extended-D
Latin Extended Additional
Greek Extended
Symbols IV
Common Technical
Mathematical Operators and Symbols
Mathematical Alphanumeric Symbols
Arrows
Number Forms
Symbols V
Miscellaneous
Letterlike Symbols
Subscripts and Superscripts
Enclosed Alphanumerics
Enclosed Alphanumeric Supplement
Halfwidth and Fullwidth Forms
Alphabetic Presentation Forms
Phonetic Extensions
Phonetic Extensions Supplement
IPA Extensions
Miscellaneous Technical
Miscellaneous Symbols
Compression
Standard Compression
Binary Ordered Compression
Appendices
Control Character
Character Encoding
Latin Alphabet
Latin Script
Greek Alphabet
Cyrillic Script
Characters
Bytes
Octets
Endianness
Related Standards
ISO/IEC 8859
ISO/IEC 8859-1
ISO Basic Latin Alphabet
ASCII
EBCDIC