I have a Unicode converter applet on my website,
at www.macchiato.com (click on Unicode
It does UTF-8, UTF-16, UTF-32, plus whatever Java
conversions are installed in the browser. You can
choose the number base (e.g. base 16 vs base 2:
the latter I find useful for illustrating the bit
--- Rick McGowan <email@example.com> wrote:
> Glen Perkins said...
> > I STILL never seem to be able to quickly put
> my hands on whatever
> > specific converter I need, for the machine
> I'm on, when and where
> > I discover I need it, as fast as I can just
> do it myself on paper.
> Maybe some kind soul would like to write a
> Unicode hex to UTF-8 applet in
> Java that can go up on the Unicode web site...
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