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Why do need Unicode when you have Ascii?

Unicode is much more ample than ASCII. ASCII can represent only 127 different characters; there are several different one-byte extensions that can represent about 256 characte (MORE)

How to convert Pdf to unicode document?

If your pdf file is an editable format, you can use the PDF converter software in the related link below. The pdf Converter - PDF-Zilla can convert pdf file into word docs. (MORE)

How can convert 4CHindText font to unicode?

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What is Unicode?

An international encoding standard for use with different languages and scripts, by which each letter, digit, or symbol is assigned a unique numeric value that applies across (MORE)

Which languages used in Unicode?

There are very few modern languages that cannot use Unicode. Unicode can also be used from some obsolete languages as well, such as ancient Akkadian, Ugaritic, Old Persian. an (MORE)

What are the advantages of unicode compared to ascii?

ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) ensures  that every system maps the same 7-bit ASCII code to the same symbol  (known as a glyph) regardless of whi (MORE)

Why was unicode invented?

The old system, ASCII, was not big enough to handle all the  different languages and symbols that exist.
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