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Ubuntu Manpage: uniname - Name the characters in a Unicode text file
From the 'uniutils' package, apparently (via:
uniname names the characters in a Unicode text file. For each character, uniname defaults to printing the character offset, the byte offset, the hexadecimal UTF-32 character code, the encoding as a sequence of hex byte values, the glyph, and the character's Unicode name. Command line flags allow undesired information to be suppressed. Glyphs that do not display nicely, such as control characters and spaces, are not displayed. For the Latin-1 control characters, whose official Unicode name is "control", the real name is given. Character and byte offsets both start from 0.
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6 weeks ago by kme
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