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Archive for December 30th, 2013

Some links on Delphi, JNI, Android

Posted by jpluimers on 2013/12/30

So I won’t forget to read these:

Some of my own work on this back in the Delphi 7 days:

–jeroen

Posted in Delphi, Delphi 7, Delphi XE5, Development, Java, Software Development | Leave a Comment »

Some Unicode links

Posted by jpluimers on 2013/12/30

I see a lot of programmers struggle with Unicode and think it is difficult as getting the encoding decoding hassle right can take quite a bit of effort. There is a lot of fun in using Unicode as well, as the number of code points (in laymen speak: characters) is huge and the Unicode code points are well organized into various planes (or blocks) with related code points. I like Charbase: A visual unicode database a lot especially as they have pictograms of all code points that always show a picture, even if you don’t have a font that your browser can use to display the character belonging to the code point. Here are a few links from to characters and blocks of characters in their database that I like a lot: Read the rest of this entry »

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