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Dark corners of Unicode / fuzzy notepad

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/04/20

You think you know Unicode? Think again, then read [Wayback] Dark corners of Unicode / fuzzy notepad.

On basics, sorting, comparison, decomposition, composition, width, whitespace, encoding, emoji, interesting code planes and dark corners. Lots of dark corners.

The examples are in Python, but hold for almost any programming language

–jeroen

via: Kristian Köhntopp

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