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Unicode Character Properties Excel Workbook Peter Constable and Bob Hallissy, 2015-04-26
Various files from the Unicode Character Database (6.1) compiled into an Excel workbook.

Unibook: Introductory Walkthrough Bob Hallissy, 2003-03-03
This is a short walkthrough on using the Unibook Character browser. The Unibook Character browser is a small utility for offline viewing of the character charts and character properties for The Unicode Standard.

Unicode Character Count utility Bob Hallissy, 2004-11-16
UnicodeCCount is a quick-and-dirty Unicode-aware replacement for CCount, the character count utility.

Codepage templates for MS Word Peter Constable, 2000-10-20
These Word templates show “all the characters in a font”. (That is, all of the characters in a font than can be displayed using a particular codepage.)

Martin’s Codepage 1252 Hack Martin Hosken, 1998-10-06
Martin’s Codepage 1252 Hack allows the Symbol codes (U+F020-U+F0FF) to be converted to 8-bit data via the codepage of the data (usually cp_1252) by adding mappings for the Symbol code range back to normal ASCII values. When you try to save Symbol encoded text in an 8-bit only form, the codes will be converted to conventional ASCII codes rather than question marks. Another option to this solution is to use the Symbol-encoded font to codepage 1252 transliterator.


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