Unicode Code Point Blocks: 1000 - FFFF

This chapter provides notes and tutorial examples on Unicode code point blocks or code charts. Topics including block name, code point range, sample code points, etc., in the range of 1000 - FFFF.

1000: Myanmar

10A0: Georgian

1100: Hangul Jamo

1200: Ethiopic

1380: Ethiopic Supplement

13A0: Cherokee

1400: Unified Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics

1680: Ogham

16A0: Runic

1700: Tagalog

1720: Hanunoo

1740: Buhid

1760: Tagbanwa

1780: Khmer

1800: Mongolian

18B0: Unified Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics Extended

1900: Limbu

1950: Tai Le

1980: New Tai Lue

19E0: Khmer Symbols

1A00: Buginese

1AB0: Combining Diacritical Marks Extended

1A20: Tai Tham

1B00: Balinese

1B80: Sundanese

1BC0: Batak

1C00: Lepcha

1C50: Ol Chiki

1C80: Cyrillic Extended-C

1C90: Georgian Extended

1CC0: Sundanese Supplement

1CD0: Vedic Extensions

1D00: Phonetic Extensions

1D80: Phonetic Extensions Supplement

1DC0: Combining Diacritical Marks Supplement

1E00: Latin Extended Additional

1F00: Greek Extended

2000: General Punctuation

2070: Superscripts and Subscripts

20A0: Currency Symbols

20D0: Combining Diacritical Marks for Symbols

2100: Letterlike Symbols

2150: Number Forms

2190: Arrows

2200: Mathematical Operators

2300: Miscellaneous Technical

2400: Control Pictures

2440: Optical Character Recognition

2460: Enclosed Alphanumerics

2500: Box Drawing

2580: Block Elements

25A0: Geometric Shapes

2600: Miscellaneous Symbols

2700: Dingbats

27C0: Miscellaneous Mathematical Symbols-A

27F0: Supplemental Arrows-A

2800: Braille Patterns

2900: Supplemental Arrows-B

2980: Miscellaneous Mathematical Symbols-B

2A00: Supplemental Mathematical Operators

2B00: Miscellaneous Symbols and Arrows

2C00: Glagolitic

2C60: Latin Extended-C

2C80: Coptic

2D00: Georgian Supplement

2D30: Tifinagh

2D80: Ethiopic Extended

2DE0: Cyrillic Extended-A

2E00: Supplemental Punctuation

2E80: CJK Radicals Supplement

2F00: Kangxi Radicals

2FF0: Ideographic Description Characters

3000: CJK Symbols and Punctuation

3040: Hiragana

30A0: Katakana

3100: Bopomofo

3130: Hangul Compatibility Jamo

3190: Kanbun

31A0: Bopomofo Extended

31C0: CJK Strokes

31F0: Katakana Phonetic Extensions

3200: Enclosed CJK Letters and Months

3300: CJK Compatibility

3400: CJK Unified Ideographs Extension A

4DC0: Yijing Hexagram Symbols

4E00: CJK Unified Ideographs

A000: Yi Syllables

A490: Yi Radicals

A4D0: Lisu

A500: Vai

A640: Cyrillic Extended-B

A6A0: Bamum

A700: Modifier Tone Letters

A720: Latin Extended-D

A800: Syloti Nagri

A830: Common Indic Number Forms

A840: Phags-pa

A880: Saurashtra

A8E0: Devanagari Extended

A900: Kayah Li

A930: Rejang

A960: Hangul Jamo Extended-A

A980: Javanese

A9E0: Myanmar Extended-B

AA00: Cham

AA60: Myanmar Extended-A

AA80: Tai Viet

AAE0: Meetei Mayek Extensions

AB00: Ethiopic Extended-A

AB30: Latin Extended-E

AB70: Cherokee Supplement

ABC0: Meetei Mayek

AC00: Hangul Syllables

D7B0: Hangul Jamo Extended-B

D800: High Surrogates

DB80: High Private Use Surrogates

DC00: Low Surrogates

E000: Private Use Area

F900: CJK Compatibility Ideographs

FB00: Alphabetic Presentation Forms

FB50: Arabic Presentation Forms-A

FE00: Variation Selectors

FE10: Vertical Forms

FE20: Combining Half Marks

FE30: CJK Compatibility Forms

FE50: Small Form Variants

FE70: Arabic Presentation Forms-B

FF00: Halfwidth and Fullwidth Forms

FFF0: Specials

Table of Contents

 About This Book

 Character Sets and Encodings

 ASCII Character Set and Encoding

 GB2312 Character Set and Encoding

 GB18030 Character Set and Encoding

 JIS X0208 Character Set and Encodings

 Unicode Character Set

 UTF-8 (Unicode Transformation Format - 8-Bit)

 UTF-16, UTF-16BE and UTF-16LE Encodings

 UTF-32, UTF-32BE and UTF-32LE Encodings

 Java Language and Unicode Characters

 Character Encoding in Java

 Character Set Encoding Maps

 Encoding Conversion Programs for Encoded Text Files

 Using Notepad as a Unicode Text Editor

 Using Microsoft Word as a Unicode Text Editor

 Using Microsoft Excel as a Unicode Text Editor

 Unicode Fonts

 Unicode Code Point Blocks: 0000 - 0FFF

Unicode Code Point Blocks: 1000 - FFFF

 Unicode Code Point Blocks: 10000 - 11FFF

 Unicode Code Point Blocks: 12000 - 10FFFF

 Outdated Tutorials

 References

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