how to use unicode converter
Current true transforms:
circled , negative circled , Asian fullwidth , math bold , math bold Fraktur , math bold italic , math bold script , math double-struck , math monospace , math sans , math sans-serif bold , math sans-serif bold italic , math sans-serif italic , parenthesized , regional indicator symbols , squared , negative squared , and tagging text (invisible for hidden metadata tagging) .
These are “Roman” letters that are the same width as Japanese characters and are typically used when mixing English and Japanese.
Worked example. The text in the field with a green background currently contains a variety of escapes. Normally you would simply click on the Convert button just above the field to show the various escape formats below. Note, however, that this (unusually convoluted) text represents two characters using just a code point number – therefore, for this particular example, you should select Treat bare numbers as Hex code points (or decimal) to convert those numbers as well as the other escapes. You should also ensure that the checkbox next to Convert n etc is selected, in order to convert the n and t escapes.
After selecting those options, click on the Convert button.
Note:Unicode Entity numbers are in Hex
Example: عربى to %u0639%u0631%u0628%u0649
Writing a callback is somewhat involved, and will be covered more completely in a future version of this document. One might look at the source to the provided callbacks as a starting point, and address any further questions to the mailing list.
ucnv_resetToUnicode() : Resets the converter to initial state to Unicode direction.
You should now see the conversion results. You can use checkboxes with many fields to tweak the results. For more information see the notes in the lower part of the page.
Для использования символа в HTML скопируйте код из зелёного поля , для использования в CSS – из голубого .