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  • characters used in the original key did not seem to have readily available Unicode counterparts, the following substitutions were made: dot over ā is signified
    8 KB (17 words) - 22:34, 3 December 2015
  • article. However, such a glyph is not readily visible in Latin script in Unicode, so it is omitted here, and indeed the body of the text for this article
    1 KB (147 words) - 16:24, 28 October 2012
  • independent DSL: tooling (use of Guile’s compiler, debugger, and REPL, Unicode support, etc.), libraries (SRFIs, internationalization support, etc.),
    602 bytes (1,683 words) - 22:48, 9 October 2013
  • keyboard, it is especially important to employ a non-proprietary font in Unicode, so that a decade from now transcribed texts will still be legible. The
    39 KB (3,756 words) - 21:33, 10 July 2013
  • independent DSL: tooling (use of Guile’s compiler, debugger, and REPL, Unicode support, etc.), libraries (SRFIs, internationalization support, etc.),
    383 bytes (8,877 words) - 09:15, 13 October 2013
  • example לַ֫יְלָה‎. For many examples see §29. Remember to use the real Unicode Hebrew Geresh (׳) and Gershayim (״) in all Hebrew text instead of plain
    3 KB (0 words) - 17:50, 26 May 2011
  • rendering of single backslash in string. \n - Newline \r - Return \u#### - Unicode character (Example: \uAE00) \### - Octal character (Example: \73) Integers
    51 KB (4,893 words) - 14:08, 31 December 2015
  • — through at least the Yuan dynasty. The character is actually 𧸘 in Unicode however that usually only displays as an empty box (sometimes known as
    24 KB (3,306 words) - 00:54, 16 January 2016
  • marked as "QQ". These pages will continue to be marked as unproofread until the "QQ"s have been replaced by Unicode or an appropriate in-line image.
    2 KB (54,852 words) - 00:26, 8 November 2015
  • character in note number 26, page 13 that is apparently not recognized in Unicode, that of 隹 ("a bird") at the top, and 又 ("a right hand") at the bottom
    120 KB (8,492 words) - 01:59, 16 January 2016