> In looking at the Unicode Consortium site, I see a variety of txt and html
> files that give a description of characters in different unicode blocks, but
> I have not yet found a text, doc, or html file that simply contains the
> actual unicode characters, either in the standard's entirety, or by
> blocks. In other words, I am looking for a file that would require a unicode
> font installed on my system to correctly display the characters it
> contains. If anyone could point me to such a file on this, or another site,
> I would be most appreciative.
You might find the following program useful:
This turns the Unicode database, or any selected range of it, into a
a file that also contains the UTF-8 representation of each character, suitable
for display with a Unicode font. A copy of the Unicode character database is
required as input.
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