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    Command:

    unicode

    
    
    

    SYNOPSIS

           unicode [options] string
    
    
    

    DESCRIPTION

           This manual page documents the unicode command.
    
           unicode is a command line unicode database query tool.
    
    
    

    OPTIONS

           -h     --help
    
                  Show help and exit.
    
           -x     --hexadecimal
    
                  Assume string to be a hexadecimal number
    
           -d     --decimal
    
                  Assume string to be a decimal number
    
           -r     --regexp
    
                  Assume string to be a regular expression
    
           -s     --string
    
                  Assume string to be a sequence of characters
    
           -a     --auto
    
                  Try to guess type of string from one of the above (default)
    
           -mMAXCOUNT
                  --max=MAXCOUNT
    
                  Maximal  number of codepoints to display, default: 20; use 0 for
                  unlimited
    
           -iCHARSET
                  --io=IOCHARSET
    
                  I/O character set. For maximal pleasure, run  unicode  on  UTF-8
                  capable  terminal  and  specify  IOCHARSET  to be UTF-8. unicode
                  USE_COLOUR is one of on off auto
    
                  --colour=on will use ANSI colour codes to colourise the output
    
                  --colour=off won't use colours.
    
                  --colour=auto will test if standard output is  a  tty,  and  use
                  colours only when it is.
    
                  --color is a synonym of --colour
    
           -v     --verbose
    
                  Be  more verbose about displayed characters, e.g. display Unihan
                  information, if available.
    
           -w     --wikipedia
    
                  Spawn browser pointing to Wikipedia entry about the character.
    
    
    

    USAGE

           unicode tries to guess the type of an argument. For  example,  you  can
           use  any  of  the  following  to display information about U+00E1 LATIN
           SMALL LETTER A WITH ACUTE (a):
    
           unicode 00E1
    
           unicode U+00E1
    
           unicode a
    
           unicode 'latin small letter a with acute'
    
           You can specify a range of characters as argumets,  unicode  will  show
           these  characters  in  nice  tabular format, aligned to 256-byte bound-
           aries.  Use two dots ".." to indicate the range, e.g.
    
           unicode 0450..0520
    
           will display the whole cyrillic  and  hebrew  blocks  (characters  from
           U+0400 to U+05FF)
    
           unicode 0400..
    
           will display just characters from U+0400 up to U+04FF
    
    
    

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                                      2003-01-31                        UNICODE(1)
    
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