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Unicode Tables v4

Ascii was very simplistic, and so was extended by adding 'extended' sets by various manufacturers. Apart from being confusing this was still restricted to 256 characters. Now computers are more widely established around the world the need to show other characters such as Japanese and Chinese languages along with various symbols became more important. Unicode is an attempt to standardise every character possible and the latest version (4) is shown below. Tables are in PDF format so you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view them.


General
Basic Latin
Latin-1 Supplement
Latin Extended-A
Latin Extended-B
Latin Extended Additional
IPA Extensions
Phonetic Extensions
Arabic
Armenian
Bengali
Buhid
Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics
Cherokee
Cypriot Syllabary
Cyrillic
Cyrillic Supplementary
Deseret
Devanagari
Ethiopic
Georgian
Gothic
Greek and Coptic
Greek Extended
Gujarati
Gurmukhi
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Hebrew
Kannada
Khmer
Khmer Symbols
Lao
Limbu
Linear B Ideograms
Linear B Syllabary
Malayalam
Mongolian
Myanmar
Ogham
Old Italic

Oriya
Osmanya
Runic
Shavian
Sinhala
Syriac
Tagalog
Tagbanwa
Tai Le
Tamil
Telugu
Thaana
Thai
Tibetan
Ugaritic
Yi Radicals
Yi Syllables
Combining Diacritical Marks
Spacing Modifier Letters
Bopomofo
Bopomofo Extended
CJK Compatibility
CJK Compatibility Forms
CJK Compatibility Ideographs
CJK Compatibility Ideographs Supplement
CJK Radicals Supplement
CJK Symbols and Punctuation
CJK Unified Ideographs
CJK Unified Ideographs Extension A
CJK Unified Ideographs Extension B
Enclosed CJK Letters and Months
Hangul Compatibility Jamo
Hangul Jamo
Hangul Syllables
Hiragana
Ideographic Description Characters
Kanbun
KangXi Radicals
Katakana
Katakana Phonetic Extensions
Symbols and Miscellaneous
Arrows
Supplemental Arrows-A
Supplemental Arrows-B
Block Elements
Box Drawing
Braille Patterns
Byzantine Musical Symbols
Combining Diacritical Marks for Symbols
Control Pictures
Currency Symbols
Dingbats
Enclosed Alphanumerics
General Punctuation
Geometric Shapes
Letterlike Symbols
Mathematical Alphanumeric Symbols
Miscellaneous Mathematical Symbols-A
Miscellaneous Mathematical Symbols-B
Mathematical Operators
Supplemental Mathematical Operators
Miscellaneous Symbols
Miscellaneous Symbols and Arrows
Miscellaneous Technical
Musical Symbols
Number Forms
Optical Character Recognition
Superscripts and Subscripts
Tai Xuan Jing Symbols
Yijing Hexagram Symbols

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