This post is still in progress. If you’ve ever developed software on a Linux system, you’ve no doubt used the tail command to print out lines as they are added to the end of a log file. The tail command is used something like this: $ tail -f /var/log/mylogfile.log You can accomplish the same task… Read More »
This article is still being worked on, but I wanted to share it before it was completed. If you want to be notified when it is updated leave a comment below. When I was a child I lived in San Bernardino, California from 1966 to 1969. I can still remember my home telephone number: TUrner… Read More »
Published May 24, 2016 Contents Cmap Table Name Table Sometimes when I work on photos, web pages, graphic designs, and so on I need to know what characters are available to me in a given font. A list of characters is embedded in the font in the cmap table. The cmap table maps the character… Read More »
The Unicode Character Code Charts post has been moved to a section on the Typography page. You can find it here.
This post has been moved to its own page in the Typography pages.
NOTE For some reason WordPress is stripping out the Deseret characters. If you would like to be notified when we find a solution to this problem, send us an email. Contents Unicode Character Code Chart About the Deseret Script Romanization References The Deseret alphabet (10400–1044F) was added to the Unicode 3.1 Standard in March 2001.… Read More »
The current Unicode standard is Unicode 8.0. Letterlike Symbols Unicode range: 2100–214F Letterlike Symbols Some of the letterlike symbols are intended to complete the set of mathematical alphanumeric symbols starting at 1D400. Glyph Dec Hex Unicode Name ℀ 8448 2100 ACCOUNT OF ≈ 0061 a 002F / 0063 c ℁ 8449 2101 ADDRESSED TO THE… Read More »