supports Unicode

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  • It currently does not support unicode strings, since the current implementation uses standard C character arrays.
  • Software and fonts that support Unicode will not necessarily support character assignments by other parties.
  • In most respects it makes no difference what the character set is, but some issues do arise when extending regular expressions to support Unicode.
  • Some applications support ISO 10646 characters but do not fully support Unicode.
  • Several modern programming languages support tags as primitive token types, or now support Unicode and regular expression pattern-matching.
  • Similarly, changing language setting for Windows applications that do not support Unicode will alter the appearance of the font.
  • EmEditor supports Unicode and provides tools for work with various character encodings.
  • It supports all languages because it supports Unicode.
  • DBCS (non-Unicode) enablement is usually only desired when much older operating systems or applications do not support Unicode.
  • Developed by Hideki Hiura, it supports Unicode and allows multiple language engines to run at the same time.
  • Because it is almost entirely alphanumeric, it is far more compatible with other programs that do not support Unicode, and more readily typed by hand.
  • Epsilon supports Unicode but does not display characters outside the BMP and cannot presently handle right-to-left scripts.
  • Many popular e-mail clients support Unicode, so you can happily use the tools described above to write e-mails using the Esperanto alphabet.
  • VIQR is primarily used as a Vietnamese input method in software that supports Unicode.
  • As of 2010, Online Bible has released version 4 which support Unicode that previously was not supported.
  • The official release of NSIS does not support Unicode but only a means to convert some files to different encodings via a plugin.
  • Unlike +EDM, Master Data Services supports Unicode characters, as well as support multilingual user interfaces.
  • With the advent of the OpenType format, which supports Unicode, all characters could be included in a single font file.
  • For example, C traditionally only counts space, tab, line feed, and carriage return characters, while languages which support Unicode typically include all Unicode space characters.
  • The third column shows the symbol itself (which will only display correctly on browsers that support Unicode and have access to a suitable font).
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